Thai Egg White Omelette Recipe

Being the Best & Thai Egg White Omelette

Ephesians 2:10 (icb)

You are the one who put me together inside my mother’s body, and I praise you because of the wonderful way you created me. Everything you do is marvelous! Of this I have no doubt. Nothing about me is hidden from you! I was secretly woven together out of human sight, but with your own eyes you saw my body being formed. Even before I was born, you had written in your book everything about me.


Do you ever struggle with doing something that you know you probably won’t be the best at? I can tell you that there are so many things I want to do or try, but I give up before I ever even take the leap because I know I won’t be the best at it. At 29 years old, can I really learn to play the guitar? Why would I learn Spanish when I’ll be mediocre at best? What’s the point in taking up dancing when there are people who have been doing it their entire lives?

Maybe you feel this way too. Maybe it seems easier to not do something than to know that you’ll struggle at it. But recently, God reminded me of something that I want to remind you: we’re called to glorify God, not ourselves. And we can do that by being 2nd best, in last place, or anywhere in between. I feel like I reference Romans 8:28 a lot but it’s just dang relevant all the time. “We know that in everything God works for the good of those who love him.”

When we sign up for the 5K, we never know who we’ll be running beside, but God does. We might totally stink at playing the guitar, but we form a lifelong, meaningful friendship with our music teacher. We assumed we didn’t belong, weren’t good enough, to be at that interview or audition or meeting, until an emergency happened in the building that required our exact skillset.

Sometimes, God asks us to do things because we’re not the best at them. Other times, He puts things on our heart because it’s His divine purpose and plan that we’re in that right place at the right time. And sometimes, He simply wants to show us that it’s okay to have fun and experience joy without an underlying purpose or goal. We weren’t created as ants, designed to constantly work on accomplishing a goal. God created beaches and mountains, puppies and ferrets, and 7,500 different types of apples – all because He loves to create and loves to see us experience His creation. We don’t need to be the best at something to be valuable. God doesn’t value us because of our performance levels or achievements, He loves us simply because of who we are.


What is something you’ve wanted to try, do, or participate in that you’ve avoided out of fear of not being the best?


For a deep assurance of God’s view of you and purpose for you, regardless of your “performance”.

Being the Best & Thai Egg White Omelette

5 minPrep Time

5 minCook Time

10 minTotal Time

Serves 1 Omelette

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  • 4 egg whites
  • dash of sriracha
  • 1 tablespoon sweet thai chili sauce
  • 1 teaspoon canned coconut milk
  • 1 chicken sausage link
  • red pepper flakes (optional)


  1. Cook chicken sausage link until cooked through
  2. Crack eggs and separate whites into a bowl
  3. Add sriracha and coconut milk and whisk until combined
  4. Cut chicken sausage into small pieces and add to egg white mixture
  5. Spray a skillet with non-stick cooking spray and heat over medium heat until skillet is hot
  6. Pour egg white mixture into skillet and swirl around until the entire bottom of the skillet is covered
  7. Push in the edges of the omelette to allow any remaining liquid to cook
  8. Once cooked, slide the omelette from the skillet to a plate
  9. Top with sweet chili sauce and red pepper flakes

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The nutrition info is calculated using 1 Applegate Chicken & Sage Breakfast Sausage Link.

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