God knew who you are. The hour you were born, the color of your eyes, the color of your skin, the color of your hair, what part of earth you were created that suits the temperature, and the air that you breathe. The food that you eat, your ethnicity, and we can go on and on.
God planned us where we were born and exact location. The Bible says: “From one man, he made every nation, and he determined the times set for them and the precise place where they should live.” Nothing in your life is coincidence. There is a reason why you were created.
We did not choose our parents. God did. Either your father is an alcoholic or drug addict, or a good person or bad person. It doesn’t matter in the eyes of God; likewise, with your mother. Even animal he designed and created them to make earth a perfect habitat.
There are illegitimate parents but no illegitimate children. You were made in God’s creation, and he chooses you to be one of God’s love.
Remember, God doesn’t make mistakes. He created you for a reason as well as the animal and plants. There is a purpose for God’s creation.
Physicist, biologist and other scientist concluded that we are custom-made with exact specifications that make life possible.
Dr. Michael Denton, senior research fellow in human molecular genetics at the University of Otago in New Zealand, has concluded, “All the evidence available in the biological sciences supports the core proposition … that the cosmos is a specially designed whole with life and mankind as its fundamental goal and purpose, a whole in which all facets of reality have their meaning and explanation in this central fact.” The Bible says thousands of years earlier: “God formed the earth … He did not create it to be empty but formed it to be inhabited.”
God created the earth for us. We are unique in the eyes of God. There is no duplicate creation made by him. Every DNA has a unique composition made by him. That’s why we are singular in nature. The Bible says, “You know me inside and out, you know every bone in my body; You know exactly how I was made, bit by bit, how I was sculpted from nothing into something.”
In order to have meaning on all of God’s creation, we must make God the center of our lives. It says in Roman 12:3, “The only accurate way to understand ourselves is by what God is and by what he does for us.”
God is love, because he loves us. It doesn’t say God has love.
Let us ask ourselves. … We know that God created us uniquely. What areas of personality, background, and physical appearance you are struggling to accept?
To be continued …
Reference: The Purpose Drive Life by Rick Warren