Thought for Today – A Ministry of John Palatucci

Good morning,

 

Thought for today

 

“For Thou didst form my inward parts; Thou didst weave me in my mother’s womb.” (Psalm 139:13). God made you and He made me. He formed our “inward parts”.
Understanding this will hopefully cause us to be responsible as good stewards. We will not use the body which God has given us in ways that would morally pollute it. (1 Corinthians 6:19) God wove each one of us like a tapestry, each of us is a complex creature. All of our parts work together; each with a different job to do and all depending on the other parts. God works with the skill that confounds man. We recall the first creation which began it all (Genesis 2:7;22; 1:27). When God formed that initial human pair, He skillfully added mechanisms which would operate on the basis of natural law so that they would be able to re-create themselves. The Psalmist correctly identifies God as the Master Worker who is the source of our origin. This should emit praise and thanksgiving from our hearts (Psalm 139:14). We are “fearfully and wonderfully” made. Each of us are unique in many ways, but also similar in many; each an original masterpiece of the Creator. God can use your special abilities if we allow Him to do so. He has a purpose for your life and a purpose for mine. We are indeed “fearfully and wonderfully made” and it is time we show our appreciation to the Father for what He has done for us, and the hope of eternal life which He offered us at so great a cost to Himself.

 

Have a very blessed day

 

 

“In the beginning God………………..”

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About Clint Rodgers

I am a father of 2 wonderful children and the husband of a beautiful woman who has taught me more about compassion for goofballs than I could have ever learned. I have know Jesus for many years but about 5 years ago I truly met Him and now I do my best to follow Him as I walk in this world
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