Do you ever look in the mirror and just wish that the face looking back at you would change? Do you know that feeling when you see someone who is just extremely beautiful or outrageously fit and all at once you hate them and are jealous of them and want to be them and want them to not be? Maybe you know how it feels to think to yourself, “If only I could change this one thing about the way I look, I would be happy.” Maybe it’s your hair or your weight or your skin or your abs or maybe the list just goes on and on. You see, most of us really do think that good-looking people are better than the not-so-good-looking folks. We think that being beautiful or elegant or striking or sexy makes a person more valuable. Let’s get real: The social definition of what is beautiful only matters if you let it matter. Let’s take this thing one step further: Jesus wasn’t good-looking. Movies and paintings always portray Jesus as strong, well-built and attractive, but then again, they also always make Him a white dude (sometimes He even has blue eyes... what?!) The fact is, the New Testament actually never describes Jesus’ appearance. The only time the Bible describes the way Jesus looked is in an Old Testament prophecy which says “He had no beauty or majesty to attract us to Him; nothing in His appearance that we should desire Him.” Wow. Jesus wouldn’t have made People Magazine’s ’50 Most Beautiful People.’ Beauty doesn’t equal value. Beauty doesn’t make you great. The Savior of the world wasn’t beautiful, but He saved me and changed me, and I love Him.