If you don’t love Frank Sinatra then you’re lying to yourself.
Don’t let your stress level dictate your night. Talk to God and make an exchange with Him. Give Him your burdens and let Him give you His peace.
A Confident Woman Avoids Comparison
by Joyce Meyer
It is impossible to walk in confidence and compare ourselves with others at the same time. No matter how good we look or how talented, smart and successful we are, there is always someone who is better than us. I believe that confidence is found in doing the best we can with what we have. God wants us to find joy in being the best we can be, not in competing or comparing ourselves with others.
The world is constantly giving us the impression that we need to be something other than what we are—that some product, program or prescription is just the thing we need to be accepted and noticed. But these claims are just a mirage—something that seems to be reality but really isn’t.
Trying to be just like somebody else will wear you out. I know because I tried it. For years I struggled to be like different people I admired: my neighbor, my pastor’s wife, my friend and even my husband. In the process, I was rejecting and disapproving of the person God created me to be. Don’t get me wrong. Other people can be an example to us, but they should never be our set standard. That is reserved for Christ alone.