Many issues and dysfunctional behaviors that adults are dealing with today stem from the pain of their childhood. By the time a high school diploma is placed in your hands, before you ever marry and have a family of your own, as you begin to search for your life’s purpose, your insecurities and low self-worth attack your purpose and limit your capacity to dream. Your passions and aspirations slowly begin to dwindle. The hopes and dreams of your young adulthood become your nightmares.
You attempt to defy the voice of brokenness that has verbally assaulted your identity. Your answer to the haunting voice is to immerse yourself in efforts to achieve and gain accolades. It is your brokenness that drives you to find your identity and self-worth in your accomplishments and the approval of others. Your life becomes a constant audition for the next performance. You wear the appearance of a driven high achiever, but your self-confidence and success is actually a cover-up for the insecurities that have become the addiction of your own fanfare. Your performance has become a sedative to your brokenness.
The enemy is not threatened by who you are, but by who you will become. You didn’t endure so much early in your life because the enemy was threatened by who you were. Your enemy was intimidated by who you were destined to become. Your potential had to be interrupted and halted. The enemy will not succeed; wholeness is coming to every broken place in your life. Your early introduction to pain and hurt has only made you more militant and relentless in discovering the answer as to why so much attention was given to your purpose. Your curiosity about the potential inside you is mounting. The world is awaiting your fingertips to touch a generation. One thing is certain: the world will know that you’ve been here