In God' s kingdom one size does not fit all,
just like in the physical world.
Each one of us have been
created a unique indivdul,
having our own private finger prints,
uncertain number of hair on our heads
(uncertain because everyday we lose hair,
at least I do)
clothes sizes which shrink more than hang loose LOL.
(We should blame our clothes not our
They (clothes) seem to have a mind of their own.)
Our inmitable personalities are n 't stamped out in
a coin mint either.
The complex network of our mind, emotion and will
us into singular personalities
on God 's unparallel loom.
Each person is God-stamped whether
he appreciates it or not.
An impersoal force or mindless machine
would have churned us us out like
choco bars in Willy Wonka' s factory.
But God infused us with His
which give each one of us our
unmistakable size, shape and stirring.
"I will give thanks to Thee,
for I am fearfully and wonderfully
Psalm 139;14 (BIBLE)
Here is poem by Susan Locke which speaks
about accepting one another.
"In the fitting room
of God 's big family
do we force-fit shoes
yet claim they fit amply?
Do we find a church job
that 's about size seven
then cram in a foot
that needs an eleven?
Do we fit new Christians
who have barely begun,
in huge heavy work boots
instead of size one?
And when the fit' s good-
one just right for the foot-
are we busy elsewhere
when the toe and shoe meet?
When will we learn -
a foot that 's well shod
has just enough growth room
to run well for God."