How Jesus Sees You

“You are altogether beautiful, my darling; there is no flaw in you.”

Song of Solomon 4:7

Truthfully, I had never read Song of Solomon before last week, which is crazy because it is such sweet book, but I am so glad I now have those truths under my belt. Song of Solomon is a collection of love letters between a groom and his bride. Immediately, I related the groom to Jesus and his bride to us.

Once I changed the lens and related the characters to our relationship with Christ, the power of the book really hit me.

I think that most, if not all women have struggled with self-confidence… LISTEN HERE WOMEN, if you struggle seeing yourself as God sees you, PLEASE READ THROUGH SONG OF SOLOMON!!!!

Song of Solomon 1:9 is the beginning of the downpour of love and compliments from the groom to his bride.

“To me, my darling, you’re like my mare among the chariots of Pharaoh. Your cheeks are lovely with ornaments, your neck with strings of beads.”


When the Lord looks at you, he sees his beautiful creation, the love of his life. He sees the son or daughter that he created with his own hands, taking great detail in every single aspect of your being.

What if we started to see ourselves and others as we are described in Song of Solomon? That concept just excites me because I believe that we would start tapping into some untapped potential.

Over the course of the next few weeks, I will be diving deeper into Song of Solomon and doing a devotional.

If you would like to be apart of it, please comment or email me at

No matter what this week brings, remember

“My beloved is mine, and I am his.” Song of Solomon 2:16

XOXO, The Christian Prepster


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