In the art world, there are no mistakes.

As my mom and I were walking into Meijer last week, I stumbled upon this flower, and, because of my amazement for biology and all that is incorporated with that, I got more excited than the average person would.

Like this flower --no, we are not born with two heads--, we all as human beings have our flaws. Whether it's physical, mental, emotional, or psychological, we ought to know that we are not, and never will be, perfect in the eyes of society because of the Fall. We will never reach the way that humans were in the Garden of Eden until Jesus returns. Although this may be the case, we don't need to be down because we have two heads (metaphorically, I hope...) like this flower.

God created us in His image, so we should praise Him for every aspect that we are. He has a purpose for every part of us, and if we were to negate ourselves by pointing out every flaw and say that we weren't good enough, we wouldn't only hurt ourselves but God as well because we would be downing on HIS IMAGE. Besides, flaws are beautiful because the flaws shape our testimony --a testimony that God is going to use one day! Just don't let your flaws define you because in God's eyes, we are clean, and that is only through the blood of Jesus Christ.

Why incorporate art with this post, as the title suggests? Because we are all God's creation just as a portrait is to an artist. I'd say God is an indescribable artist with how great He is (great doesn't even seem to begin to cover God). Also, when an artist makes a "mistake," they don't consider it a mistake, but they work with it to create the final masterpiece. When there is a part of you that you don't believe will help with anything, you are most certainly wrong. God uses every part of you to fulfill the purpose that He has for your life.


Needless to say, this is simply breathtaking.
God is so good.
:)

God bless!

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