Every person has a unique fingerprint that identifies us distinctly from other people. The Scripture tells us that each one of us was made uniquely by the hand of God. Some of us love how we are made, while others hate how we are made. The majority of us find ourselves somewhere in-between: liking some aspects and disliking other aspects of ourselves. How do we understand the unique shaping of our lives by the hand of God, before our birth and through our life events?
Key Passages: Psalm 139:13-18; Isaiah 64:8; Jeremiah 1:4-5; Matthew 10:29-31; Ephesians 2:10