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You are special!

For You created my inmost being; You knit me together in my mother’s womb.  I praise You because I am fearfully and wonderfully made;  Your works are wonderful, I know that full well. Psalms 139 : 13, 14

Good morning, friends!

Here is something which reminded me how special we are in the sight of God.

Recently I prepared ‘Sambar rice’. I thought of using some vegetables in it. I opened the fridge to select the vegetables and you know what I picked up? The brinjals (egg plants) and the tomatoes which would spoil in a few days and left all the fresh ones for future use. I also prepared a lot to save it for another day. This is called cooking for the namesake and try avoid preparing something for the next day. If I were God, I guess I would have written some codes to create a bunch of human beings on a single day and have taken rest all the other days. :)

When I think of how God created us, it amazes me. In my prayer cell, I heard one speaking about how God created us. He didn’t use any reusable tool. He didn’t create all of us alike like how we programmers try creating a generic module first and then inherit it to the specific modules. He created us all unique. He took much care that He created us in His own image. He didn’t use anything that is lesser than perfect. He didn’t feel bored to spend innumerable time on each one of us. When He created us, He felt it was good.

Yes, we are very special to Him. Each one of us is unique with inbuilt skills and talents. When the birds, seas and everything praise Him for who He is, we are supposed to praise Him more for we are created like Him! We are the special among all the creations. You may have some issues that bother you for a long time, but remember how special you are! God will take care of your needs in a special way! So cast your cares on Him and start praising Him!

Some prayer requests:
Recently I am hearing from many that the children are not doing well. Please hold all the new born babies and the kids in your prayers. Please pray that the Lord should be with them all and they would be raised healthy.

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