God, your Chief Developer

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Have you ever felt like your life is so messy, that you may be messed up beyond repair?

Perhaps you have accepted you are this ruined person and your life is destined to be a tragedy.

Stop right there… Do you know God? He is the Almighty, All-knowing Creator. Enter your personal Chief Developer. He developed the universe. He designed you. There is nothing He cannot do.

Just like you cell phone or computer has certain technological functions with buttons each sending a command into the system, different programs, software and apps performing and enabling different platforms to run certain activities on, so each part of you was carefully designed by Him.

The catch is, your design is authentic. There is no other design like you. No other being or creation on this planet is a complete replica of you.

The special thing about your system is, that is not only infinitely repairable, but also instantly renewable. Some repairs may take time, following a course of reassembling. This may be painful. However, help at hand is just a repair (prayer) away!

So, what do you do when you come to this point of no return? When you see the lies in your life for what it is?

Don’t panic, pray! 2 Timothy 1:7 instructs you God has not given you a spirit of fear, but of love and self-control and a sound mind.

Forgive and forget it. If there is anyone that has hurt you or you have hurt others, be sure to ask and give forgiveness. Just like He promises to leave it behind, follow suit and walk on to never go back there again.

Watch your thoughts and mind your focus. Feed the thoughts which will help you to grow, rather than wasting time and energy on things that takes you back in reverse gear.

Don’t just believe it, live it! John 8:36 says: “Whom the Son sets free is free indeed.”

He is capable to re-progam and develop a new platform for you to function on. Don’t lose hope! That is what your Creator does best! Like He promises in His Word: “Behold, I make all things new” (Revelations 21:5) and “The old has passed away and behold, the new has come” (2 Corinthians 5:17).

Can I hear a ‘VICTORY’? Whoop-whoop!

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