Wednesday, October 15, 2014

The Cinderella Syndrome...


Living from Glory to Glory Blog
Artist; Carolina Elizabeth


The Cinderella in all of us...

I feel pretty, oh so pretty....
Ta Daaa!

Everyday we awake with a whole wonderful script written out for each of us.
 We have all the lines and scenes all ready written out!
We get to play the leading role....

Your Cinderella
(The Princess)

And we all have a Fairy God Father
(The King of Kings)

We all have a wicked step Mother
(Satan the big deceiver)

When we stop looking in the mirror and examining
our own faces and our body size.
And;
Start looking into His word and examining our hearts!

We really do become pretty and you act pretty.
Remember Cinderella, she did do all the right things;
It was a matter of her heart and obedience to those in authority.

But the key here for me is this;
There is only one true authority, and I am His loyal subject.

I don't want to ride around in a pumpkin
And where glass slippers.
But I do want to feel loved and valued.
So what we are called to do is to love others;
Help them to feel special and reward them for their goodness.
Giving honor to others will put you in the right place.
Most issues are heart issues!
Jealousy, bitterness, and anger will keep you
from being a Cinderella.
As in God's eyes if you have given Christ your heart first;
You are now a real princess!

And you do not even have to ride to the great banquet in a pumpkin.

So many are looking for a fairy tale story!
"Why not live your very own real life story"
Be who He has created you to be...

May the real Cinderella please stand up...




Do not give up and keep your heart open to His direction.
Here is a lovely bouquet of flowers for all you do,



8 comments:

Pam Phelps said...

I love your Correlations. Satan certainly is the wicked stepmother. Very true about loving others and honoring them; it is the key to beauty and value isn't it? Hope your are enjoying a lovely fall Rox. Give my love to the family.
Love and blessings,
Pam

Vicky Hunt said...

Clever comparisons Roxy. I like your line about stopping examining our faces abd body size and starting to examine our hearts. So many ladies seem to put too much emphasis on "looking good". That seems to be how many determine their worth. They worry more about what other people see instead of what our Heavenly Father sees. hanks for sharing your messages...I always enjoy reading them!

Blessings,
Vicky

NanaDiana said...

I think that is one reason for the high divorce rate today. Kids get married with stars in their eyes and expect to live happily ever after without having to work at it. They are raised to be "independent" and rarely lean together and look up towards God- xo Diana

Janette's Sage/Simply Your Decor said...

I really enjoyed this and it is going to stick with me today. I was also convicted. Thanks for posting.

Mari said...

Oh I enjoyed this one :0)

Jann Olson said...

Oh what a beautiful world it would be if everyone realized that they were Cinderella in his eyes! Love this post!
hugs,
Jann

JES said...

This was a clever little post. I love it! Very inspiring!! Thank you for always being an encouraging voice. I really appreciate your writing!

JES said...

Hello there! Thank you for sharing your pumpkin post on the Art of Home-Making Mondays! We have *featured* this post on our LINK UP LOVE column today. Have a lovely week and please join in again next Monday :)

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