I’ve never considered myself the creative type. Brainstorming clever ideas and coming up with imaginative plans have never been my strong suit.
I’ve always been the ‘feet-to-the-pavement’ to my wife’s visioneering. She’ll envision the big picture; I’ll get it done.
And would you classify me as a dreamer? Hardly.
Creatives are often put in high regards nowadays for good reason: out-of-the-box thinking, expressive, push the envelope…
In the same vein however, I want to be reminded the important words that Paul penned to the church in Ephesus:
For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do. (Ephesians 2:10)
The fact is that we have all been created to bring glory to God.
End of story.
Our identity rests in Jesus alone — in His truths and His work in our lives.
No matter our personality-type, intelligence-level, or inclination to tell a funny joke, we can hold fast to the truth that God has personally crafted our being to bring him glory and honor.