The Art of Completion



In October 2017, I bought a 1995 Chevy Camaro with plans of restoring it to its former glory. It wasn’t in the best condition and I knew I had my work cut out for me. The previous owner put a set of rims on it that I was not fond of, there were cracks in the dashboard, and it needed to be repainted. Yet none of that mattered to me because I saw it as complete, kind of like how God sees us.

Throughout this 5 day devotional series I’m going to show you how God used a broken car to reveal to me his definition of complete.


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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