An Unlimited Imagination

Our Creator may have imagined His picture of the world long before He actually spoke it into being. After all, He had to think up a platypus and an ocean full of bizarre looking critters before He even thought about the infinite varieties of complex human beings. We can’t top His imagination though.  In fact, everywhere we look is some aspect of His handiwork. The dreamers, the artists and scientists who see things differently just add to a canvas that was started long before they came on the scene. Imagination is a dynamic key to progress.

We can be grateful for our willingness to think outside the boxes and circles and squares where we find ourselves. Albert Einstein said, “I am enough of an artist to draw freely upon my imagination. Imagination is more important than knowledge. Knowledge is limited. Imagination encircles the world.”

It stands to reason that our Creator designed us to be resourceful. We imagine how to deal with change, or Covid-19 or how to get around hundreds of obstacles.

What Can You Imagine for Yourself?

What can you imagine? Can you imagine God has an even bigger plan for you? He sees your present circumstances.  He sends people and opportunities your way to open your mind and heart.  He waits for you to discover all He wants for you right now. Imagine that He hasn’t stopped looking at ways to bless you.  Take a look around at the ways He regards you with favor.

Clearly, the One who designed animals, birds, sea creatures, and even human beings who readily defy description, never lacks for imagination.

If you’re worried today that things aren’t going as you hoped, maybe it’s time to imagine something new. Charles Kettering said, “Our imagination is the only limit to what we can hope to have in the future.” The Bible says, “With God, all things are possible.”

Imagine That!