Beverly Parkison aka Lateblooming Designs

Belonging to Become

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Having a sense of belonging is an inherent, God given desire to be a part of something greater than ourselves.

Without this sense of belonging we can feel insecure, unloved and unappreciated. This can then have an impact on the life choices we make and also the path that we follow.

When we know where we belong and who we belong to, it provides us with a sense of security and gives us confidence to know we are accepted.

When we are secure in knowing where we belong we are able to trust God and walk forward into the calling that God has for our lives.

Father to the fatherless

It is important to God that you know who you belong to. You may have suffered rejection from your earthly father but Psalm 68:5 tells us that God is the Father to the fatherless and the defender of widows.

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  1. This is beautifully written. Indeed it’s important to God that you truly know who you belong to. I wrote something similar on “Reflections”. I don’t believe every one should just follow the band-wagons and do things like they don’t have a choice. We ain’t zombies nor robots. We are are created by a God who is ever alive, vibrant and active. We are a perfect replica of who he is.
    As his children, we have to question what we find our believing in if they contradicts his teachings and principles. We have to question what or who we follow if they are not leading us to the right path.
    I truly love this and thanks for sharing it.

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