“Age is merely a number with GOD, purpose is eternal.”
Rev .Karen Robinson
“For we are His work of art re created by Christ Jesus to do good works that he preordained for us to walk in.”
I want to take a moment to remind you who you are and whose you are. You are Gods work of art as depicted in Ephesians 2:10 (above). What does it mean to be Christ’s workman? It is to become as clay while Christ, our potter, molds us. He places us on the pottery wheel to create a masterpiece. He knows what he is creating in you. He knows what He has put inside you and He knows why He put it there. He has created each one of us with a purpose to pursue. You may say to yourself “I am now too old for that purpose, I missed it… maybe if I were a little younger then pursuit would not be so far-fetched”. Or you may simply not believe that you have a purpose, but, for sure, you do. Remember, you are His work of art.
I invite you to develop a passion for your purpose. Begin by seeking God to obtain details of the “work of Art” designed for you before the world began, and then, pursue it. To pursue “is an attempt to lay hold on something/someone usually over an extended period of time.
We are in pursuit, we are running a marathon. We, as runners in this race ought to be steadfast and not be preoccupied with how others run. Our focus should be on the finish line. It is essential to keep our eyes on the potter and not question his developing work of art. We should be willing to bend and turn like good clay and be flexible to enable the potter to molds us as he sees fit.
Pray this simple prayer (Prayer of Submission):
Father you know what you have created me to be. I ask you dear Lord to open my eyes that I may see you and trust you. I thank you that I am your work of art created by you for good works that you have pre ordained for me to walk in.
Thank you Father and I trust your process as I have a compassion for my purpose.
Rev Karen Robinson