Is Your Tiara Slipping?
- Do you long to fulfill your unique role in God’s kingdom, but feel time slipping through your fingers like sands in the hourglass?
- Are you passionate about going for God’s best in your life, but get sidetracked by the hitchhikers of real-life problems?
- Is the song in your heart playing softer these days, making it harder to dance in the rain?
- Does your royal scepter feel more like a flyswatter than a weapon of Kingdom Authority?
- Is your tiara slipping, Princess?
Like Queen Esther, you know you were born “for such a time as this.” Your unique talents—the passions in your soul on loan from the King—fuel your desire to make Him famous. Sure, your tiara slips every now and then, and the naysayers point it out with a vengeance (as if you needed reminding). You sing and skip through life’s mud puddles and dark alleyways very aware of your own short-comings, the chains of guilt trying to hold you prisoner. Doom and Gloom, crouch at a rusty cell door to shout, “You’ll never be free!” The threat of the guillotine, constructed by the enemy of your soul, looms ever large on the horizon.
And yet, you never question the King’s love for you–because you know a delicious secret: the issue of His forgiveness and acceptance was forever settled the day you pledged your allegiance to him. And although you may look like a myriad of other peasant girls parading the city square, the keys to the royal castle jingle in your back pocket. You are really a princess in disguise.