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"Do not fear therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows." (Matthew 10:31)

Today, we are going to examine the word "value" and how it relates to the practical and biblical principles for "Spiritual" growth. In essence, "value" is to highly regard or hold dear. Value is further defined as precise significance; Virtue; A color distinguished as bright or dark; Worth; Excellence; Utility; Importance; Valor; To estimate the value, Power; To have high esteem; To cause to have value; The quality (positive or negative) that renders something valuable; economic value (of money or goods or services); An ideal accepted by some individual or group; To Place value on; and Time value. In the business world, it is called "Value Proposition" a key leadership ability in developing an effective innovative marketing statement or promise of services or products delivered to make a differentiated sustainable impact globally. The "value" is a direct connection between "Value Proposition" in the ability to build, retain, and grow both individually and globally to reach people and gain successful partnerships. However, "value" has both a negative and positive approach known by the platforms and character.

In the context of the scripture, Jesus Christ (The Great Teacher of Wisdom) left on record for all people and leadership the importance of knowing one’s "value" extends beyond a person’s physical ability, words spoken, possessions, background; transcending purpose in life through the soul. For instance, personally, I call this, "The-Value-Of-Greater." It is the ability to know you have “value” and predestined greatness in you, taking steps from just better to greater, greater to excellence, with purpose to make a positive impact in life. Thought to ponder: The "value" of each person is designed providence by God even though from various backgrounds. "The value of understanding who you are; is more precious than gold; for it is the unveiling of one’s self-worth leading to levels of victory in life.” This requires courage in times of testing, knowing you are branded with purpose, moving forward with a vision mentality in humility, and not stopping because of fear or failure. At this level, it denounces self-gratification, fame platforms, cuts irrelevant relationships, repositioning in time, and evaluates value in life, left on record.

What lessons can be learned about "value" and "value proposition?" There are five (5) important lessons. Discovering the "Truth" in "Know," "How," and "What Value:"

Lessons Learned About Value and Value Proposition

  1. Know everyone has significant "value" no matter how minute, predestined by God in life to make a positive impact to change the world. How will I, evaluate who I am, aligned with God's purpose for my life? "What Value" reflection can I see looking into the depths of my soul? Positive or negative? (Self Management Leadership and Humility Trait)
  2. Know a person's "value" unveils "true worth" over time through the process of life. How will I respond to life in the process of change? "What Value" statement will I develop to affirm my purpose in life? Is it positive or negative? Does it inspire me and empower people to grow? (Self Management Leadership and Evaluation Process)
  3. Know you have a special brand of "value" no other person can duplicate to bring honor. You have a choice of honor vs. dishonor. How will I humble myself to hear God's voice and His wisdom to understand my value in life? "What Value" can people see from my lifestyle and character? (Past, present, and future). (Relationship Leadership and Self Management Leadership )
  4. Know "value" has a distinct refining excellence virtue released in the testing and suffering phase. How will I respond to the different levels of testing? Will I choose right vs. wrong under pressure?  Will I choose to walk in the shadows of people? "What Value" shift is necessary to transform from the uniformity of society to greatness? (Resilience Leadership and Transformation Process)
  5. Truth is always revealed in a person's character and ability to know Godly "value" is a "spirit of perseverance" to overcome life challenges, striving for greater, and taking an ambassador role to make an effective impact in people lives. How will I change to value myself? How will I avoid being paralyzed by fear to succeed? How will I humble myself to respond appropriately to transform lives for the greater? How will I take courage to live in God's plan? "What Value" of change do I have? Positive or negative? (Courage Leadership and Transformational Leadership)

In closing, know "value" extends beyond a person's physical ability and background; Know everyone has special value predestined by God in life; Know value is either positive or negative; Know from birth you were branded with purpose; Know value is characterized by highly regarded, excellence, perseverance, and courage; Know value requires a person to take a self-examination into the soul of one's self-worth; Know positive value will transform you from the uniformity of society to a vessel of honor;  Know value takes fear or failure to shift in resilience to the next level; Know your value will become an agent of healing or hurting through change; Know it will take courage, perseverance, and character to transform for the greater in preserving yourself and human sustainability.  Remember, an environment of life is a progressive climate and culture of growth. Change your environment if needed. Change your view if needed. Change your value if needed. Speak life, grow, and lead! "You Have Value!" "You Have Worth!" "You Have Purpose!" "What Value Do You Have To Affirm?"

Be Blessed and stay connected to Jesus,

Lady Cynthia R. Kelly
God's Humble Servant
Evangelist - International Author

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