About the Author

Angela Nazworth is a shame-fighting storyteller who writes mostly about the beauty of grace, faith, friendship, vulnerability and community. She is a wife and a mother of two. Angela's also an encourager, a lover of good books, coffee, girl's night out, sunshine, and waterfalls. In the 15 years since she...

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  1. Hi Angela,
    Oh..this is good! I actually copied part of it and posted on my blog {hoping}that some of my family/friends will read it too.
    I did give credit to the original post so I hope that is OK. 😉

  2. This really spoke to me. And so often I forget all those things you spoke of. That I’m loved, that I’m forgiven. I need to remember all that. Thank you.

  3. Angela, I love, Love this post. I can see myself through your words. Thank you for sharing it, and thank you for heaping us with encouragement.

  4. Hi Angela,
    Thank you for sharing your heart and your wisdom in this post.
    It is so good to know that even when my thoughts or my attitude is not Godly, that God still loves me and forgives me. And I will have to keep reminding myself that if no one else loves me, God does and that is all that matters!

  5. As a mom of two year old twins, I have a lot of “cussing because I just stubbed my toe” moments. Thanks for reminding me that I am loved even during those not so great times. 🙂

  6. Angela,
    This is the first time I’ve read your post. Your words were beautiful and very true. Pride is so ugly, but yet can be masked in many, many ways so that we don’t see it as truly pride. But the remembrance that we are forgiven and loved with an everlasting love….by our Heavenly Father! Amen. Thank you for sharing your heart.
    God Bless,

  7. Loved this one too Angela! Thank you for sharing your heart. What a great topic so many of us can relate to. So thankful that He loves me even when I do mess up and don’t feel as if I love myself too much for it.
    I’m sharing it also. Hugs…

  8. Great post! I love what you said about being loved the same whether I’m volunteering at a nursing home or cussing because I stubbed my toe. What a great reminder that we don’t behave for worthiness, but because of our love & gratitude. Thanks so much for this!
    Love you, lady!

  9. Thank you for such a beautiful and meaningful post. Reading it and taking some notes I found the heaviness on my shoulders lifting some.

  10. So good to read this and let it be a reminder that how we judge ourselves or how others may judge us is not how God sees the “all” He sees the heart…. Nice.

  11. So good to read this and let it be a reminder that how we judge ourselves or how others may judge us is not how God sees the “all” He sees the heart. Nice.