She is delighted

While she was walking, she stumbled upon this purple flower blooming amidst the tall bamboos in its sides.  She hates the shades but she needs the sun.  Despite the hindrances, it is in full bloom. Its  radiance is contagious for every passerby that chance upon its beauty is delighted.

She understands her situation now. She is in trouble. Every day, she is busy fixing things wishing it would be better as days pass by.

Clinging with her conviction, she swore to live in a safer place for the rest of her life.   Every adversity she will face, she will be in full bloom, like the purple flower  surviving with its surroundings and competing for that ray of sunshine.

The Purple Flower


When she shuts her mouth, her mind opens like a caterpillar inspecting its wings for the first time.  Too many uncertainties if she will take that first flight. Too  many doubts for what she have now.  But, this girl lives with positivity.  Amidst the battling opinions in her head, she is confident that she is at the path where she should be,  even if, she is the only purple flower in a garden full of red roses.

To fulfill His purposes in this world.

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“You made my whole being; you formed me in my mother’s body” (Psalm 139:13 NCV).

God planned every single day of your life. Before you took your first breath, God knew every single event of your life.

Long before you were conceived by your parents, you were conceived in the mind of God. It is not fate, or chance, or luck, or coincidence that you are breathing at this very moment.

You’re alive right now because God wanted you — with all of your strengths and weaknesses — to be alive.

Whether your parents were good, bad, or indifferent, God used them because they had the exact DNA needed to create you. God wanted you alive. From the beginning of time, God has had a plan for your life — and he has a purpose he wants you to complete.

No one else could have made you to be you.

The Bible says, “You made my whole being; you formed me in my mother’s body. I praise you because you made me in an amazing and wonderful way . . . You saw my bones being formed as I took shape in my mother’s body. When I was put together there, you saw my body as it was formed. All the days planned for me were written in your book before I was one day old” (Psalm 139:13-16 NCV).

God was intimately involved in your birth. He loved you then and he’ll love your forever. Your parents may have contributed your DNA, but God made you. You were not just one more baby born. God personally planned for your birth.

You are God’s masterpiece. He made you for a reason: to fulfill his purposes in this world.