The Art of Completion

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Day 1

 

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“And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power.”

Colossians 2:10 KJV

When I was younger I believed that there were attributes that I was missing which kept me from being all that I dreamt to be. I felt as though I wasn’t smart enough, cool enough and sometimes even good enough. Little did I know that I was looking through the wrong lens. See, the world picks out our faults and sees us as broken people, but when God looks at us, he doesn’t see us as broken. He sees us as complete; spiritually, physically, emotionally and financially. He sees us this way not because of anything that we’ve done, but because of everything that Jesus has done for us. When I changed the lens that I was looking through and began to see myself the way God saw me, I experienced increase in every area of my life. I even began to apply this way of thinking to other situations as well, like when I bought the Camaro. Most people probably saw that car as junk, but I could see the completed project. The way you view yourself and situations that arise will be the difference in becoming complete or remaining where you are.

2 thoughts on “The Art of Completion

  1. Good read my son. I see you have grown and I’m proud of you. Stay focus on the word and keep working on that car so you can get it out of my driveway 🙏🏾🙏🏾😂😂

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