So, I just saw Disney’s Wrinkle in Time, and there was this amazingly powerful moment in the movie that hit me like a ton of freaking bricks. Oprah says something along the lines of, “Do you know how many decisions had to be made since the beginning of the time, for you to be created?”
Let’s just think about this for a second.
We could talk about how if our great-great-great-great-great and on and on grandparents hadn’t been together, we would never have been here right? So just think about the extent of this thought for a second.
If your mom’s parents hadn’t got together, she wouldn’t have been created. But then think, if your grandmothers parents hadn’t been together then she wouldn’t have been created therefore, neither would your mom and neither would you. This could go back an infinite amount of times, with your mom, your dad, your grandparents and even back to biblical times.
Really you could theoretically say that each and every human being on this planet is an absolute miracle.
BUT, hold the phone. There is this really cool truth that you should know. Jesus, chose you. So no matter what, no matter what human made what decision, Jesus chose to create YOU.
Think about that, again.
Out of all of the possible babies in the world, which should really seem like an infinite number with the amount of women that have lived, He, the king of kings and lord of lords, chose to create YOU.
So really, we all are miracles. We all have a different purpose in our lives, and with God. Each and every one of us was created specially and with good reason.
I think that is so so so amazing. Jesus loves me, but also each and every one of us unconditionally.
Unconditionally is a word that we throw around a lot.
Think about this for a second.
The word condition.
It really isn’t that big of a word or concept. A condition could be anything. Like the words we say, the way we walk, the color of our skin, literally that is endless. BUT, God loves without conditions, not even little ones that we all seem to put on love. Isn’t that totally crazy? I sure think so.
There are no wrinkles in Gods love, no terms, no hidden agendas. He loves us because he chose us, and I think that is something to live for.