REJECTION must not touch our spirits, because God has already accepted us in His Son Jesus Christ, and no matter how we are being treated by anyone, the eternal fact is that we are the children of God.
TO BE REJECTED and to FEEL REJECTED are two different things. The former is an event; the latter, an experience, a choice. Every choice involves a selection and a rejection. Because somebody has made a choice not to select us in some kind of a relationship (society, job, friendship, marriage, etc) doesn’t mean that the rejection is universal. You are not universally rejected. There are still some who accept you. And, even if there is nobody, you are the choice of God, because it was His choice to create you as you are. He didn’t create you for anybody else so much as He has created you to be His child and beloved one; and our relationship with others only must proceed out of our relationship with Him.
Leah: Human Rejection is Not Divine Rejection
We know of Leah in the Bible who was, in a way, rejected by her…
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