We live in a world that has developed into a lovers of themselves, over lovers of God. We began by evaluating how we are to review the accuracy of our perceptions, and to build a view of ourselves based on the clear teaching of the Word of God. We must then change our perception of ourselves in light of that revelation. We continue by exploring second category of inferiority judgments which has to do with a conscience or value system that has not bee biblically programmed. Sometimes people judge themselves to be inadequate in a particular area in which the Bible does not require them to be superior. As a young boy entering my junior year of high school, I was a 4’8″ student who wanted to be the star center of our high school basketball team. Unfortunately, my desire and the coaches assessment did not match. It was not a sin for me to be “short, and unathletic, yet I judged myself to be deficient. My judgment of my person value was based upon a “flaw” that was not my fault, nor was it a true definition of who I was. My problem was that I was overvaluing size and athleticism. As we make value judgments we need to face those things that are true but not sinful about ourselves, and realize that God has made us especially equipped to do the work that He has for us to accomplish in this world. Gaining a Biblical perspective on those value judgements will enable us to have an approach to life and our circumstances that will enable us to learn to be content in all things (Philippians 4:11). I don’t have to be the tallest, most athletic person in my arena to be important. What makes me important is my relationship with Jesus Christ, and understanding that He has made me unique to do the work that He has called me to.