Are We Who They Say We Are?

September 27, 2016

 

Are we who they say we are?

Have we ever been told we are this or that?

We aren't this and have never been that...

I've noticed that we can listen to those kind of statements and absorb them into ourselves and even, believe them and they are not the truth. How many lies have we believed, when accused of something we are not, or something we haven't done?

 

When the accuser is loose, watch out!

 

 

 

Accuser - imputes guilt, blame, & wrongdoing.

 

The behavior of an accuser is usually this, they project onto us what they are.

 

Project - Hurl, Scheme, Calculate, Throw or Impale, Heard Clearly, & Devise.

 

When taking a moment to think about the behavior of the accuser, and we realize they project their shortcomings onto others, it really changes up the situation for the truth to come out. It sheds the lies and let's the light shine on what is the truth.

Have we listened and believed any lies? Do we believe the projections or images an accuser has created about ourselves? If the accuser is a projector of themselves, then what they are saying about others, the very opposite is the truth! If we have heard hurtful untruths about others or ourselves then the very opposite could be the truth. If this resonates with us, then we need to reflect on what has been projected onto us and change-up the image in our minds it has created and replace it with who we really are and what we really are about.

 

I love once the truth is revealed, it changes things!

Be you and be blessed!

Ginae

 

Recommended Reading, - Separate Yourself From the Accuser

 

Photo by Paul, http://www.freedigitalphotos.net/images/view_photog.php?photogid=1526

 

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