Dec 12, 2012

You Are Unique and Different

There is no one without uniqueness and this is a point that all must appreciate. What lies in your palms can make you extra ordinary. It can bring out the uniqueness n you. What I want you to know is that you have something others don't have. That's what makes you to be unique and different. Moses staff makes him extra ordinary and distinguishes him from Aaron whose staff also makes him unique.

The fact I am establishing here is that you and many others may have similar object in your hands, but yours is peculiar to you and you are meant to use it for different purposes. When the assembly i.e. the Israelites rose against Aaron as touching who and who can be a priest after him and they started grumbling; the Lord has to instruct Moses to gather other eleven staffs together with that of Aaron representing the tribe of Levite and other eleven in the order of the tribes of Israel and placed them before the Lord in the Tent of the testimony. The next day, something great and marvelous happened:

"The next day, Moses entered the Tent of the Testimony and saw that Aaron's staff, which represented the house of Levi, has not only sprouted but had budded, blossomed and produced almonds...This will put end to their grumbling against me, so that they will not die". (Numbers 17:8-10 NIV)

As earlier stated, be yourself. Don't try to be like someone else. Everybody has been endowed with his/her own talent (that is what is in your hand); and by the virtue of your craving to copy someone's anointing, you may eventually loose your life along the line. IT IS DANGEROUS TO COPY ANOINTING! God, in the text above, established the uniqueness of Aaron, His servant. His own rod is quite different and unique.

David is another man of God, a unique man who has a 'harp' in his hand. He is a singer and he knew how to play the harp so well. The skillful playing of the harp made him unique in his own generation. A singer that composed 150 songs and above to praise his God and see His face. Saul' his master, had an evil spirit upon him which frequently torments him from time to tome. However, whenever this spirit comes around to torment him, David usually plays the harp to heal him.

"Whenever the spirit from God came upon Saul, David would take his harp and play. Then relief would come to Saul, he would feel better and the evil spirit would leave him". (I Samuel 16:23 NIV)

You must know that whatever talents you are endowed with, you are meant to use it for the good of all. If you know how to sing, you must sing to sweeten the heart of the people who are grieved and relief them of their sadness. May be your talent is 'smiling'; your smile must be used to bless lives. You just don't know how to do that, which you know to do best, but God had designed it that way and there is a purpose for it.

Elijah and Elisha are two different prophets but who used the same garment or cloak to perform miracles in their own time. This made them special being during their time.

"Elijah took his cloak, rolled it up and struck the water with it. The water divided to the right and to the left, and the two of them crossed over on dry ground. He (Elisha) picked up the cloak that had fallen from Elijah and went back and stood on the bank of Jordan,... when he struck the water, it divided to the right and to the left, and crossed over". (II Kings 2:8, 13 & 14 NIV)

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