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13 December 2013
GOD-TRACKING IS BELIEVING THAT YOU ARE GODíS HANDIWORK
Iím told that our chromosomes contain all the genetic information that makes us human and unique. The Human Genome project was a project set up to discover how many genes make up each of the 46 human chromosomes. In this research it was discovered that the human genome contains approximately 3 billion base pairs of genes. The human genome is the map of genetic information that makes you a human being and not a monkey. And yet, Iím told, that the genetic difference between humans and chimpanzees is up to only 4%. This implies that each of us is up to 96% similar to a chimpanzee. And yet, have you ever heard of a chimp that may have painted the Sistiene Chapel ceiling, or written a play like Othello? Likewise, have you ever heard of a chimpanzee who has walked on the moon or deciphered his own genome, for that matter?
The Bible tells us that God is the creator of all that exists. He created everything from a subatomic electron to a supernova; from a virus to a blue whale. And God created you and me, just as we are. Listen: "For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother's womb. I praise you because I am fearfully and wonderfully made; your works are wonderful, I know that full well." It is also written that, in Christ, we are a peculiar people. Peculiar? Yes Indeed, if you know Christ then you are peculiar to him!
You are God's handiwork. He formed you in your mother's womb and has designed every day of your life. Some think that they are of no value but every person is unique and of supreme value to his Creator. The Lord God Almighty, who knit you together as an embryo, has foreknowledge of every moment of your life. He loved you so much that, while you were still a sinner, Christ died for you. And you do have purpose in this world, because nothing that God has made has no purpose. So step out in faith and lay hold of that opportunity, because, no matter what anybody says, you're worth it!
God-tracking is believing that you are Godís handiwork
Itís all in the BookÖ
Genesis 1 & 2
1 Peter 2:9-10
Verse of the Week
...your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be. How precious to me are your thoughts, O God! How vast is the sum of them!
Quote of the Week A Sample of Dudleyís Fave Quotes "God has created us in his image and put each of us here on earth for specific purposes. That means every human being has intrinsic value, preciousness, meaning and dignity." Frank Peretti.
Donít Give Up, Look Up! Look up and Fix Your Eyes on Jesus! I may walk in the confidence that I am your handiwork
Pray: ďO Lord my Father, I realise now that I am valued. Thank you that you love me so much that you, not only saved me from sin and death, but you have designed the course of my life. I believe that this course is to bless me and prosper me. You say in the Bible that you know the plans you have for my future. Today I want to submit to your design and seek your perfect plan for my life. Help me to make the most of every opportunity, with wisdom. Dear Lord, thank you for those around me who love me. Help me to change my own attitude to my life so I may walk in the confidence that I am your handiwork. Amen."
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GodTracker and trACker owe their origins to an international Christian radio programme produced by Dudley Anderson called, OnTrack. Although OnTrack went off-air in 2005, trACker has continued to help people to track God's plans and purposes for their lives since July 2003.
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