The Master’s Story
I am the Master’s story. I am the Master’s dream. I am the workmanship of the Master, created in His image. I am the clay under the Master’s hand! As flawed as I may be, I am the Master’s masterpiece!
So I write again about how important our story. Embracing our story is hard sometimes but even so, embrace our story, we must.
The most reproduced and expensive painting.
Nu couché is a 1917 oil on canvas painting by the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. It is one of his most widely reproduced and exhibited paintings. The painting realized $170,405,000 at a Christie’s New York sale on 9 November 2015. Placing it high among the most expensive paintings ever sold.
We came with a much higher cost. The cost of the Cross! What value would you put on life and the Cross? The sacrifice God made for us is endless and worth more than $170,405,000. We are not a reproduction. We are an original piece of art design by the Master!
Creation has a purpose, a creation has a why, and creation has a Mission.
How I see my story!
My story is my purpose, my story is the why behind what I do and the mission that drives me. You see all that I am encompasses my life’s story! An incredible story created by a Master’s love and for His purpose.
How do you see your story? How do you see the Master’s hand in your story? Can you embrace you? Can you embrace the Master’s dream as you live out your life?
As a reminder!
I love the saying that we can’t do anything to surprise God! I’m am so glad that this is true. And we don’t have a God who we can surprise and cause Him to say “OH WOW I didn’t see that coming.”
Embrace your story, the good, the bad, and sometimes the ugliness of it. Embrace the Master and remember the sacrifice He made for you and me through the Life of His Only Son, Jesus Christ, and the Cross.
Edited by: Bryan Sugimoto
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Great blog. Great advice–embrace your story. And as important, what legacy are you going to leave behind?
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