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Mirror Mirror on the Wall"...we are more than conquerors through him who loved us." (Romans 8:37) We just can't help it everyday at some point we look in the mirror. To some it is an exercise in self-esteem: we see ourselves and say, "wow, I have a face that others could love!" But for most of us, it is more like an experience in reality: we see ourselves and think, "wow, I have a face that only a mother could love!" Either way, we all face questions like, "Why did God make me like this? Who am I? Does my life really matter? What do others think of the way I look and act? The problem is that we try and answer these questions from Hollywood's perspective- you know- Tinsel town? In Tinsel town everyone is beautiful and life is oh so much better than mine. Hollywood has created a monster called the "world mirror"... run for your lives! As a result, most teenagers suffer from what some call a poor self-image. They don't like the way they look. They think that they are being continually watched and criticized by others. After time and enough glances in the "world mirror" the poison of self-doubt, frustration, and discouragement creeps into their thinking. The real question, though, is not what we see when we look at our reflection in the "world mirror" Rather the true issue is what God sees when He looks at us - and that is a whole different story! The Bible tells us several truths about what He sees when He looks at us, because He is using the God Mirror so let's take a look
First of all, He sees us as specially created and uniquely made individuals. David put it this way in Psalm 139:13,14:
"For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;"
Just like David, you have been personally designed by God as a customized creation. From the color of your eyes to your thumbprint to...

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