Image (1 of 5) by Miles McPherson

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Image (1 of 5)
Series: God in The Mirror
Miles McPherson

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God made us all to be His children. What does He expect to see when He looks at us? Just as a mother would expect to see her own features or characteristics reflected in her child, God expects to see Himself in us. So what does it mean to display the image of God in our lives?

Often we look to other people and try to imitate them out of admiration, but God didn’t make us in the image of culture or celebrities. He made us in His own image, so we should look to Him to find out how we should be.

Just as a mother would expect to see her own features or characteristics reflected in her child, God expects to see Himself in us.

For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse… Romans 1:20

Before any discussion can take place about what it means to reflect God’s image, you need to decide definitively whether or not God created you.

Contrary to popular belief, evolution is not a proven truth; that is why it is called a theory. If you think about it, it is actually unscientific for nothing to create anything. Even if you’d like to fall back on the Big Bang Theory, then you must still wonder…from where did the material come to get “banged?” And from where did the power come “bang” it? And when was the last time that an explosion ever created anything beautiful? (An explosion only creates chaos!)

You wouldn’t believe that a shirt could make itself, sew on its own buttons, and fit itself to a particular body to give itself a purpose of covering skin, so how could you believe that all the complicated, unfathomable beauty of the universe could cause itself from chaos?

Romans 1:20 tells us that God’s invisible attributes – His creativity, intelligence, organization, power, and love, and godliness – are clearly seen when we study the ...


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