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Sadie Robertson Has a Confession to Share and a Message to “Live Original”


Ladies, in a world that focuses so much on beauty, we often compare ourselves to those who supposedly emulate beauty or perfection in our own eyes. And when we’re not comparing ourselves to a famous person, we’re comparing ourselves to someone closer to us, such as a friend or family member. But ladies, did you know that even our role model for perfection is flawed?

No one is perfect. We’re not supposed to be. So when we set ourselves up for perfection, we’re going to fail. When we fail the test—when we’re not as thin or pretty or tall as this supposedly perfect person—we feel frustrated.

In today’s Caught Being Godly, I want to share a clip from Sadie Robertson of the Duck Dynasty Robertson clan. Surprisingly, she too struggles with her self-worth and physical beauty. She too has put together a false image of how she should be and compared herself to others. And she wants to share that testimony with you.

Check out her story and share your thoughts in the comments below.

Ladies, there’s really no standard for perfection, because perfection doesn’t exist in anyone. Only Jesus was perfect and He was God. So trying to be something impossible is only damaging to our confidence and self-esteem. Now this doesn’t mean we shouldn’t strive to be the best we can be individually. However, our focus shouldn’t be on our looks, but rather on our hearts.

Because, ultimately, true beauty is only achieved from the inside out.

Ladies, do you “live original”?

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  1. feelinchill

    Posted by feelinchill on July 27, 2017 at 15:02

    In the past, I have struggled with jealousy and comparing myself with others. Thankfully, the Lord has set me free from this. This can happen to you, too. All I had to do was ask Him to take away this struggle and find things that I like about myself. This has definitely helped. I will always remember how God has helped me. I seldom get tempted to compare myself to others, but when I do, I remember that I don’t want to go back to this lifestyle, and I try to think about other things.

  2. brittney_heart

    Posted by brittney_heart on April 27, 2015 at 07:18

    She is such a great role model for girls and boys and really everybody, like I wish there were more people like her in the public eye because if more people were to be public and outspoken about there faith and really cared about making a difference in young peoples life then others would feel more comfortable expressing how they feel as well and not feeling like they have to be “perfect” all the time.

  3. Project Inspired

    Posted by alydia on April 20, 2015 at 17:17

    I love this. Sadie is well spoken and I can’t wait to see what more comes of her.

  4. Project Inspired

    Posted by doodlepad6 on April 20, 2015 at 13:20

    Wow we need more people like her

  5. madisonpforman

    Posted by madisonpforman on April 20, 2015 at 07:37

    I really struggle with playing the “comparison game.” My entire life I have… Very recently, God has gotten a hold of me and reminded me that I AM worthy of Him and His love… But I could never put this new lifestyle into words. Sadie did that for me, and I want to thank her for that. I will forever #liveoriginally 🙂

  6. Project Inspired

    Posted by pretty10 on April 19, 2015 at 14:26

    I am so surprised at how helpful this was. Thank you.

  7. dawnmarie2193

    Posted by dawnmarie2193 on April 19, 2015 at 13:17

    watching this video was exactly what i needed to hear, for years now I’ve been comparing myself to other people, and wishing i was the way they are, or that i was skinnier or taller, my friends have tried telling me the same things that Sadie said, but it would never get through to me, until now, seeing this video has made me realize that i don’t need make up to be beautiful, that it doesn’t matter what size clothes i am, or how tall i am, God made me perfect, the way i am. and until i’m contempt with that, i can never really change how i view anything