by Jeff Schreve

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When You Don't Like Yourself (2 of 8)
Series: A New Lease on Life
Pastor Jeff Schreve
Galatians 5:13-15

There are lots of people in this room today lots of people watching on television who don't like themselves very much. I mean they look in the mirror at that person and they see a bum, they see a scum, they see a dirt bag. They see someone who is married and disfigured outwardly, inwardly and they say "I don't like that person". Rachel Zolar was a person who didn't like herself. She said "I am worthless. Nothing I say or do is ever right. I am ugly. I am fat. I am lazy and I will never amount to anything. So you know what she would do? She would take out a razor blade and cut herself. And she did it for ten years because she did not like who she was. She didn't like herself. Who would like a person who is ugly, fat, lazy, and no good?

Now lots of us think so negatively about ourselves. Lots of us in here today as we talk about this sermon titled "When You Don't Like Yourself" lots of us deep down we struggle with that. I think every person on the planet struggles to some degree or another with not liking themselves very much. I know I do. Some people have it really, really bad where they just say "I hate myself". And other people have a mild case where they come in and out of not liking themselves too much. But we are going to look at this subject "When You Don't Like Yourself".

Hey is there hope for you if you don't like yourself? Yes! There is hope in the Lord. And God has brought you here today God has caused you to tune in today because He wants to speak to your heart and He wants to shower you with love and He wants to change the picture of yourself that hangs in your mind. He wants to change that and transform your life.

If you will take your Bibles, please turn to Galatians chapter 5. Galatians chapter 5, I will begin reading in verse 13 the scripture says this "For you were called to freedom, brethren; only do not turn your freedom into ...

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