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You've Been Pre-Packed

Updated: Mar 25


As human beings, we often find ourselves questioning our existence and doubting our worth. We compare ourselves to others and wish we were different in some way. But what if I told you that you are not a mistake? That you are a divine creation with a heroic mission, intended by a creator who wanted someone just like you to exist in this moment in time? When you look in the mirror, do you appreciate and celebrate the person you see? Or do you criticize your appearance and wish for something different? Understand that every aspect of your physical being, from your looks to your disposition, has a purpose. You were intentionally designed this way by the creator who molded you with a specific function in mind. Let go of the insecurities and stop tripping over how you look. Your uniqueness is not a mistake. Whether you wish you had more hair or a thinner nose, remember that these physical attributes are directly related to your function. Embrace your appearance as a reflection of your purpose and celebrate the way you were created. Confidence is not about being conceited or cocky; it is about recognizing and appreciating your divine purpose. In the Bible, Isaiah 43 states that we were created to bring glory to God. Our existence is not solely for ourselves but for a higher calling. If God created us with intention and purpose, then we are far from being junk. We are creations meant to fulfill a mission. When you stand in front of the mirror, declare, "Go, Jesus!" Recognize that God created all over Himself when He crafted you. You are a masterpiece of divine creation, intentionally designed and equipped for a heroic mission. Stop tripping over your insecurities and start embracing the unique gifts, talents, and abilities that only you possess. Your birth was not a random occurrence; it was foreseen by God since the beginning of time. He knew when and where you would be born, and what your purpose would be once you arrived. Therefore, it becomes God's responsibility to equip you with everything you need to fulfill your mission. Max Lucado, in his book "Cure for the Common Life," draws a parallel between preparing for a vacation and being prepared for your destiny. Just as you pack your suitcase based on your destination and the climate you will encounter, God prepacks you with everything necessary to fulfill your purpose. Even before you showed up on this Earth, God was prepacking you. He knew the spouse you would need, the friends you would make, the skills you would acquire, and the challenges you would overcome. Every experience and person in your life has been strategically placed to shape and mold you into the person you need to be for your heroic mission. Stop sabotaging your own destiny by doubting yourself and holding back. Understand the weight of your responsibility and embrace your mission with full commitment and dedication. Take a moment to reflect on what it is that God wants you to do with your life. Ask Him for guidance and divine revelation. Once you receive your calling, pour every ounce of your energy into fulfilling it, knowing that you are living out the purpose for which you were created. Remember, you are not alone on this journey. God goes before you and walks beside you every step of the way. His prepacking of your life ensures that you have everything you need to succeed. Trust in His plan and surrender to His guidance. Embrace your divine creation and walk confidently in your heroic mission. So, the next time you look in the mirror, instead of critiquing your appearance or wishing you were different, remind yourself that you are a divine creation with a unique purpose. Celebrate your existence and declare, "Go, Jesus!" for all the world to hear. Embrace your confidence and dedication to fulfilling your mission. You are not a mistake; you are fearfully and wonderfully made. Step into your destiny and be the hero you were created to be.



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