“I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.” (Psalm 139:14)
Have you ever looked at someone for the first time and immediately, you thought in your mind that he or she is ugly or beautiful just based on their face, shape, skin color, etc.
The truth is we are all beautiful, no matter how we look on the outside.
Our outward is a temporary house, the real person is on the inside.
Until you know the real person on the inside, you don’t really know the person.
Don’t write people off because they are not attractive in your eyes.
Martin Luther King Jr said in his “I have a dream” speech… where he said that you shouldn’t judge people by their outward but by the “content of their character.”
The person on the inside is the real person not the person we think we see on the outward.
We have bought into this lie that the outward matters more.
The outward appearance can only give you a clue about the person’s character.
Get to know a person’s character.
Nobody can change the way God naturally made them.
Who are you to say God’s creation is not beautiful?
We are all beautiful.
Get to know the person on the inside first before you assume.
We rather assume because we really don’t want to take that extra time to know the real person we can’t see.