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Regardless of how you feel or how you think you look, you are beautiful in the eyes of your Creator. God’s Word says that he made you wonderfully. He took extreme care to craft every detail. You don’t need to put on a drop of makeup or fix your hair for God to look at you and smile. He made you just the way you are, and he considers his creation — you — beautiful. And here’s more: Not only are you beautiful in God’s eyes, but also your imperfections have a purpose. Did you ever think of that? Even though you are not perfect, every part of you was planned perfectly.
This will make you more willing to follow him and even thank him for the way he made you — and even the fact that he made your little brother, who wakes you up every morning by burping your name. ) But if you dwell on that, aren’t you really saying, “God, I don’t trust your design for me. ” Really? Imagine you are God. You created the universe. You designed all of the solar systems, plants, and animals. Then you make a little girl who begins to grow into a young woman. You know why you put her together just the way she is.
Philippians 2:13 God’s plan for you includes using what you or others may see as imperfections. Perhaps you feel parts of your body or personality are “design flaws” — mistakes, even — but they’re not. God can use all that for your benefit. He made you the way he made you for a purpose. Do you remember Kate’s story in question 1? She could have complained about her physical imperfections. Instead, she chose to see how God would use them in her life. Her disabilities allowed God to use Kate to serve in the speechwriters’ office of the President of the United States.