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For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. Psalm 139:13

The picture of the sculpture you see was taken by myself in the Brookgreen garden, South Carolina. I am amazed by the sculptor who built it. He took care of each and every single part of that sculpture so that it looks real with facial expressions. :) Our God is the greatest sculptor ever, as He created us in His own image, and gave His life so we became real, not just a sculpture! :)

I read this story on the Internet.

A father gave his son some bits and pieces of a world map and asked him to reassemble them properly. He thought his son would take much time to accomplish it. But to his surprise, the boy reassembled it quickly and handed the world map to his father. The father could not stop wondering asked him, “How did you do it so quickly? It is quite challenging.” The boy responded to his dad, “Yes it is. But there is a picture on the other side of the world map. This picture helped me assemble the bits and pieces together.”

In the same way, you may see yourself as bits and pieces of flesh, but God sees you complete! If you worry that you’re like a jigsaw puzzle broken into pieces due to unexpected circumstances and their consequences in your life, and you feel there is no way out, then this message is for you.

You may find yourself rejected by everyone because of what you have done in the past or because they think you are wrong, and you no longer feel loved. If so, then remember that God still loves you as you are. Psalm 34 : 18 says, “The LORD is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit.” Yes, you cannot reassemble all the pieces, but if you can surrender all those pieces to the One who has a master plan for your life, He can fix them all and achieve His purpose. And His purpose for your life is good, to prosper you and not to harm you. You are not an accident! You may be knocked down, but not out forever! Rise up from your fallen state!!! He is waiting to refurbish you!!!

May God bless you. 

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