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I Am Unique

Part 2 – Uniqueness: Why are we Unique?

Jesus took every single sin we ever committed so we could be liberated from the bondage of our sinful nature.

He reconciled us to God by believing He is the Son sent by God, and whoever believes will be saved. Through the Son, we become sons of the highest, the Father Almighty, thus, making us eligible to be partakers of the Divine Nature of Him, our Almighty Father.

Mercy and Grace are the two powerful attributes of God.

He allows us to know our identity, and without the goodness of the Father, we should have been gone before we even know who we are and what we are doing here. God works all things in this world according to His purpose and the fulfillment of His will. Therefore, the mystery of being here today and gone tomorrow will be kept a mystery and may never be revealed, or it will not be a Sacred Secret anymore.

With the knowledge and understanding of God, we establish our identity that we belong to Him, and He is our all in all. Our identity will serve as the window of opportunity for those who do not know Him, and the key to understanding God is to understand where we are coming from.

Faith is our greatest possession, and hope supports it.

Humans exist because of God’s purpose and will, but we always fail because of human nature. We are created in God’s image and likeness; therefore, God is our identity, and any misrepresentation, wickedness, and intentions to do what God hates will reflect His image.  

We are not created to fail but to be a victor.

God created humans with unique characteristics, and being unique makes us special.

Adam and Eve were unique during the time of innocence because they were the first created beings that met and fellowshipped with God face to face. God called Abraham His friend;  Abraham became unique by being the Father of many nations.  

David’s sins did not stop God from His plan that the Son would come from his lineage. Moses received instructions from God and the Ten Commandments to be followed by his people, who at that time were worshipping idols.

When Grace poured upon the earth during the baptism of Jesus Christ, God’s voice came from the heavens and uttered, “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” Through the Son, we learned that we are children of God. Will it is not unique through the work of Jesus, we are reconciled to the Father, and later, our identity becomes much more vital to be considered one of the many sons of the Father.

Jesus walked on this earth with a mission that the world may be saved through Him. So, likewise, God said, “whoever believes in Him will not perish but have an everlasting life,” and that promise made us unique in the eyes of God and the Son.

However, God also designed us to have contentment in our hearts and souls and certainties of things to come. Our identity in Christ somehow makes us unique because we are loved by Him, redeemed and reformed by the Father, and the Holy Spirit has renewed our spirit. We are unique because the Holy Spirit within us gave us the right to be part of the family of God.

The assurance of adoption to sonship is through Jesus Christ by His pleasure and will. Therefore, as sons of the highest, we should love one another to bring praise to God.

With power and authority, Christ brought us to wholeness and fullness with this unity, that with the Lord’s spirit, we are no longer slaves to sin. Therefore, though sin comes around and continuously attacks our weaknesses, it would be wise to say that our willingness to sin does not enslave us.

Called, chosen, or elect, we are one Christian family, male and female, and each one of us is part of the body of Christ. God created humanity in His image with unique characteristics, behavior, and attitude. We are God’s possession that was put under His wings.

No race, no gender, no age limit; we are all one body saved from the power of sin. We are removed from the slavery of sin, from sin to being sinless to become the temple of the Holy Spirit. We don’t even deserve the gift from God, but God’s steadfastness and kindness and His unconditional love make it happen, and in return, we should praise and honor God through our body as a living sacrifice.

Living sacrifice does not mean punishment but being in the spirit of humbleness. When we humble ourselves in any circumstance, we defeat the pride God hates.

We are dead to sin and raised with Christ to be in the perfect body as our hearts are prepared for everlasting joy with the LORD.

Our hearts must be willing and willfully ready for the things above to make it through the process of salvation. The saving Grace is in progress as God listens to the testimony of our soul, but then again, He looks into our hearts to see if we are ready to leave the promises of luxurious living offered by the actors on the other side. We should know by now who we are and what we are.  

Why are we here today and gone tomorrow? We are here on a brief visit; our home is where God is. We are in the process of the sanctification of our souls.

All have sinned and are short for the glory of God. How can we make it through this process? Our body, which is flesh, will surely turn to dust, and the soul that sinned dies, and this dust will join the dirt of the earth and wait until the body is available to be born again.  

This could be the process of resurrection, reincarnation, and who knows what the third would be, if there is one. We should listen to the teachings of Jesus especially when He said without hesitation that we could all be gods, and without understanding, those itchy ears caused Jesus to die, accusing Him of claiming to be God.

My interpretation if there is none in existence, Jesus said that we could all be good like God. He said about the goodness of God. We are created in His image and likeness; therefore, we must be good.

We are part of the family of God; we belong to God; He formed us in the womb and consecrated us. He called us out of darkness into his marvelous and forever brightness.

We are God’s favored creation which is better than precious silver and gold.

Taking care of the good name he gave us will be a blessing to others as we walk and talk with unblemished and un-tarnished truth about Him. How much more uniqueness can we claim? The Bible says that we are created in the image and likeness of God. To Go ack On Top, Click Here.

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