Psalm 139:14
“I will praise thee; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvellous are thy works; and that my soul knoweth right well.”

Did God create you intentionally unique? God didn't create us the same, so the logical answer to the question is yes, He did create us intentionally unique. King David, however, responds to this question in a greater way; which I believe we all have this question several times throughout our lives, that God fearfully and wonderfully made us. Even though David knew all his inequalities and inadequacies, he acknowledged that God’s creation was a marvelous work.

God intentionally created you to be you and didn’t make anyone else like you. He needs us all to be specially handcrafted and it gives greater revelation to the fact that He is the potter and we are the clay. Only the potter would know how each piece fits together in the final product. Without our differences, there would be no iron to sharpen the iron (Proverbs 27:17). So without our differences there would be no mechanism whereby He could change and mold us toward the image of Christ. He needs you just the way you are.

So for this cause, praise the Lord. Take a break from social media for a second and push away your self pity and consciousness and thank the Lord for making you the way you are. God made you the way you are for a reason, so embrace it and praise God for His marvelous work of “you”. However, with balance, remember that without those around you, you will not be fashioned in His image. You need those around you just as much as they need you. We all sharpen one another, and with the love of Christ dwelling among us, it is better to let Him do the convicting and the molding. Just stay sensitive to God’s leading and let Him mold His own clay. No one has seen a lump of clay mold another lump of clay yet, and probably won’t.

You are fearfully and wonderfully made.

57-0126B - “India Trip Report”
Now, we notice. Now, there’s a… Maybe He made me just a little bit taller. Now, I can’t help because I was taller. You can’t help because you’re stronger. You can do things for Him that I can’t do. I can do things for Him that you can’t do. Oral Roberts, myself, you, all the rest of us, we are all different one from another, but we’re all brothers. See? We’re all brothers for the same purpose. Now, maybe that we want to see this carnival. Now, all you brothers said, “Brother Branham, hey, you’re the tallest.” Maybe can see visions; that was just a gift. I never made myself thus. He made it that way. That don’t make me any different from anybody else or you different from me. We’re all the same material, but it’s the way God has made us.

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