For you formed my inward parts;
you knitted me together in my mother’s womb.
I praise you, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Wonderful are your works;
my soul knows it very well.
My frame was not hidden from you,
when I was being made in secret,
intricately woven in the depths of the earth.
Your eyes saw my unformed substance;
in your book were written, every one of them,
the days that were formed for me,
when as yet there was none of them. Psalms 139:14-16
Most women you talk to would probably tell you growing up or today that they are definitely daddy’s girls but for me, I am a great grandma’s girl here’s why…
As a child I grew up going to my great grandmother house the entire childhood, this included summer breaks, weekends, holidays birthday, you name it. I knew if I was there I would get my way on things I knew I couldn’t get at home. I was spoiled rotten without an expiration date. My great grandma stayed in this small city called Brighton Alabama, you know the town where everybody knows your name, like the show “Cheers” lol. Growing up my great grandma would always introduced me as her grand baby rather than her great grand baby and all her friends would call me her “Pink Big ma “because her name was big ma and I was a little version of her. Every time I would visit her, her friends would remind me a million times that if it wasn’t for my great grandma I wouldn’t be here. I was almost aborted due to unforeseen circumstances, I entered in this world way to early, yes I was a premmie and I almost die due to salmonella poisoning after leaving the hospital. When I was younger it was insignificant at the time but as I got older and begin my walk with God the story became very significant and made me want to seek my purpose in life. It made me want to know the reason why he kept me not once but three times! See my great grandmother wasn’t just a great grandmother, she was a praying great grandmother, she was always finding ways to use her hands to help anyone! She prayed for me consistently when I came home from the hospital , she encouraged my mother to keep me despite of any circumstances. I thank God for using my great grandmother on this earth. I wonder what’s your significant purpose in life? I did some researching on people that actually fulfilled their purpose and was known to generation to come. The example was set for us in the Bible and spilled out for generations to generation!! Let’s take Martin Luther King Jr. Did you know that he tried to commit suicide after his grandma passed away, but God kepted him because he had use for him on earth. Now can you imagine anyone else other than Martin Luther King, demonstrated marching for freedom, standing up for equal opportunity and seeing segregation come to end. He definitely had his share of hardship and pain but guess what he didn’t stop until it was finished. I’m pretty sure he was scared but guess what we know who Martin Luther King Jr is today! To the mother, father, daughter, son, aunt, uncle, grandmother, grandfather , coworker, friend, boss or whatever your role is, you may think your purpose here on earth is insignificant but it’s not! If you still have breath, God still have a plan or a plan already in place that you do daily and haven’t realize the importance of it! What you’re doing now or will do is God way of using what he knitted so beautifully in your mother’s womb to fulfill his purpose for your life and on this earth as promised ! 🌈 🌎
What’s your purpose in life? Are you making a difference in the lives of others? Do you know your purpose? Do you feel the tug of war with your soul? Are you just existing? Are you parting the way for the next generation?
PS. We Got Work to Do!!!!! Let’s Do Life Together!!! ❤️