I’ve been struggling with feeling ugly physically. Because of it, I’ve made makeup an idol in my life and am so self-conscious about the way I look. I have been called ugly by guys and even some family members. When I look in the mirror, I don’t see someone who is beautiful or feminine. This struggle is affecting my relationship with the Lord, and I don’t know how to stop being so obsessed and insecure about the way I look.
I’m so disgusted with the way most guys today act. I am usually sarcastic and demeaning toward every guy in my life. I sometimes feel bad about it, but am I really supposed to treat them with respect when they don’t deserve it?
There is a godly young man who appears to be pursuing me. He has not yet said anything outright about a relationship, but I would be naive to not think that he is likely interested in more than friendship. It seems like my job right now is to wait on God and allow him to take the next step. How can I make Jesus the center of this situation and not end up spending a lot of energy that I could put toward Jesus and other things?
I have been struggling recently with feeling hypocritical and unworthy, so much so that I feel like I can’t talk to God about my struggles. What should I do to stop feeling so unworthy of God’s help and love?
I work an office job where I desire to be vocal about my faith in Christ, but I struggle with knowing what to say. What are some practical ways to start a conversation that can lead to sharing the Gospel?
How do I make Jesus my all? I am saved, but I know that I haven’t made Jesus my all. I want Him to be, but I am not sure how to make that happen.