Just in case you’ve second guessed your princess worth.
Just in case you’ve forgotten your princess place.
Just in case you see your princess crown a bit tarnished.
Just in case your princess wings appear to be broken.
Just in case the princess truth you were born into doesn’t feel like the truth anymore.
Allow me to remind you.
From the beginning of time you were destined to be a princess.
You were born into royalty.
You were born for royal purposes.
You were born for greatness.
You were born with destiny, born to stand before the kings and queens of your day to make a difference, to be a difference.
There’s no denying your beauty while eyes behold how perfectly you blend in the delicate garden you grow among. As a mist of light perfume from flowers dancing in the air on a spring morning, the aroma of your presence leaves a sweet fragrence on those that you touch.
It doesn’t take long in a young life where your royal blooms begin to open up under the wooing of the sun’s kisses, revealing your princess smile and personality.
When once you blended among the garden flowers to keep your royal birth concealed, your beauty can no longer be kept a secret and the announcement of its newest princess is declared in the castle.
Princess training begins to help you find your wings.
An older princess comes along side and teaches you to spread your wings to the big destiny assigned for a little princess. Though at times you might be frustrated and believe there must be a mistake, the older princess whispers for your remembrance, “you were born for greatness.”
Sometimes in a princess’ life she senses her wings have broken.
Being born a princess with a royal assignment may bear too much weight on her wings, a load too heavy to carry. But be not dismayed. The royal king picked you perfectly and is patient for you to find your wings again.
Continue to believe in the princess you were called to be until then.
Your royal day has come.
The Princess Coronation invitations have all left the hands of the royal castle.
The tables announce “a princess is coming” in its decorations of pinks and purples, glitter and sparkle at every glance, befitting the kings finest royals.
Every princess has a seat reserved in her glorious honor.
All the little princesses waiting to take her place in the kings court have picked out a special dress accentuating her beauty, a gown she wears before the king to receive her crown.
Princesses are seated next to their mommies, a royal in her own right as “queen in waiting.” A seat she once sat in attending her own princess crowning.
Moms and daughters, queens and princesses all share the royal journey of destiny and greatness. Though not always in understanding, they are mini versions of the royal other, a portrait hung in the king’s palace portraying his special girls.
RECEIVE YOUR CROWN.
Receive your crown Oh Special Princess.
Wear your crown with pride and high honor as the royal daughter of the king that you are.
There is no other princess like you, before you or after you.
You are one of a kind.
Take your place at the king’s table.
You deserve to sit with him.
Your seat will forever stay reserved with your name on it.
Spread your wings and soar to your destiny.
Your wings sometimes might appear to be broken but nobody can break a king’s daughter. They’d have to stand between you and the king and the king will never allow that to happen.
Take your place before the kings and queens of your day.
Make the difference you were created to make.
You are beautiful.
You are a royal.
You were born for a purpose.
You are a princess.
In case you have forgotten,
Allow me to remind you.
You shall be a crown of beauty in the hand of the Lord, and a royal diadem in the hand of your God. Isaiah 62:3 ESV
But you are a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a people for his own possession, that you may proclaim the excellencies of him who called you out of darkness into his marvelous light. 1 Peter 2:9 ESV