Updated: Apr 21
Growing up, I always heard the scripture Jeremiah 1:5 which reads “For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother's womb” - I would have that stored up in my mind but not stored up in my heart as well.
As I grew older and things started happening in my life that allowed me to go through a period of rediscovery, I slowly started to understand what this scripture means.
The Father created every detail about me intentionally for the very purpose that He placed me on this Earth.
The parts of me that I would not understand about myself, like being non-verbal or dealing with sensory issues all had a role to play in His purpose in my life, even in the times I did not yet know it.
Being non-verbal helped me to be intentional about the words I spoke and helped me to become an excellent listener, while my sensory issues forced me to have to take breaks, not work myself to exhaustion and, most importantly, rely on the Father.
In this same way, however, I realized that if I wanted to have an intimate relationship with the Father like I knew He wanted with me it would mean being intentional.
God gave us a blueprint of what our relationship should look like with Him through forming us in our mother's womb - The Father was intentional about everything all the way down to the amount of hairs on our heads.
He strived to let us know we were intentionally His.
The Father created us intentionally for the very purpose that He placed us on this Earth.
God gave us a blueprint of what our relationship should look like with Him through forming us in our mother’s womb.
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