My Credit Score or My True Identity

This is almost embarrassing to share and I think I will anyway.  Since I bank online, my credit score is available with one click.   From time to time, I will check it.  It is always very, very high and I am glad of that, but today it had dropped almost 100 points.  Then I found myself wondering what could have happened.  Nothing had changed and I did spend some time questioning this.

It is wise to keep up with bills, etc. but to let it effect your self-worth may need to be addressed.  My self-worth has nothing to do with my bank account, price of my home or car or credit rating.   Nobody’s true identity depends upon that information.  Job 22:21 states “Submit to God and be at peace with Him; in this way prosperity will come to you.”

My heart fills with humility as I think about spending thirty minutes trying to figure something like that out humanly.  At the same time, I am filled with gratitude to see how far I have come!  Thank you, Father that I caught my thinking earlier than I would have years ago.

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