You were bought at a price.
—1 Corinthians 6:20
Sir Winston Churchill ran World War II from a heavily bunkered underground fortress in London dubbed The War Rooms. Visitors today can view the chair in which the Prime Minister sat, the desk at which he worked, and the pen with which he wrote.
You could buy similar items from your neighborhood office supply for a modest sum, but you couldn’t buy the originals for a king’s ransom. They are priceless … because they belonged to Sir Winston.
An ordinary item acquires extraordinary value if it was owned or used by a notable person. Ownership pumps worthless up to priceless.
Do you have a sorry self-image; a gloomy perception of your worth? You shouldn’t. You are priceless! After all you are owned and used by none other than God.
Disparaging your worth is
disparaging God’s workmanship.