Accessing Infinite Creativity
If you polled a random group of people, I’m sure some would say they were highly creative, some would say they were not creative at all, and some would probably say they fall in the middle.
If we rely on our own feelings or past experiences about the subject, we may find ourselves frustrated. As with anything, we are meant to define ourselves by God’s word and character not by our perception of our abilities, skills, and creativity or by what others have told us all our lives. If He is creative, I must be creative because I was reborn into His life and Kingdom.
The Christian in even its earliest use and meaning was to be a “little Christ.” Jesus was not a go-with-the-flow kind of person. He was a reformer. He was a radical. He was passionate and compassionate. Lives changed as they came in contact with Him with His compassion and all the creativity of heaven. Why should it be any different for us?
Now that you’re intrigued to the point that you can barely stand it,
head over to Soulfari–the blog of my friend, Jay Cookingham–
to read the rest and share your thoughts.