February’s Study Guide : Infinite Worth

February 6, 2017

“There should not be anyone here tonight who has a low self-image. How dare you or I to have a low self-image! We are the sons and daughters of God! We belong to Him. We are His children. He gave us birth. He gave us life. That knowledge alone causes every man and every woman, when they understand it, to rise and walk with their head held high. Yes, that is a great blessing.” -M. Russell Ballard


I’m excited to share this month’s study guide on Infinite Worth. A topic that I believe will change your life faster than any other. The day I became grounded in ‘Whose I was”, everything changed. I found freedom, peace and contentment. Grace began filling the cracks of those flaws that I had always hated about myself and hurtful words never had the same effect on my heart and self-worth. It’s empowering! (You can read more about how I’ve learned to love myself HERE.)

We live in a world that constantly makes us feel inadequate, like we’ll never measure up. It is my prayer that as you study your infinite worth – you’ll begin to see yourself the way God does. The way He always has.

Beautiful.
Powerful.
Valuable.
And Needed!

For you are His, and nothing will ever take that away from you. Ever. I testify that God loves you. Every. Last. Piece of you. And that’s enough.

ps. Don’t forget to tag your images with #nourishtheseed, so we too can learn what God teaches you this month!

xoxox,

Tiffany

 

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2 Comments

  • Reply Jean Davis February 15, 2017 at 10:19 am

    Thank you so much for this! I’m just downloading this today #latetotheparty ha! but I’ve been following you all faithfully since I found you. Your words have inspired me and uplifted me. Girl power!

    Jean Davis
    Instagram @jkb9876 @msinjeanious

  • Reply John Van Ruiten April 25, 2017 at 4:15 pm

    Speaking of growing day by day in His grace, you should try listening to a show on the radio called “Growing through grace “. Unfortunately, you and so many Mormons believe the lies from the false prophet Joseph Smith. He was lying for Satan, not God. Since moving to southern Utah I have learned so much about Mormonism and I can’t believe that so many good, smart people could believe such a bunch of nonsense. I will continue to pray daily for Mormons, that their eyes would be opened to the lies that have been passed down through generations. LDS, FLDS, it’s all the same. The only difference being that LDS broke the so called new and everlasting covenant that God supposedly gave Smith. He was nothing more than a perverted man trying to justify his lust for women. Baptisms for the dead? You should do like my friend Mike, a lifelong LDS, open the bible and pray that The Lord would show you the truth. He showed Mike and He can show you too.

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