1. You are the best handicraft of God formed in His image, “So remember the Creator in your youth” (Ecclesiastes 12:1). You have been created in this world to reflect His divine nature. He did not create you as a bird, an animal or a plant. “For God shall bring every work into judgement with every secret thing, whether it be good or whether it be evil” (Ecclesiastes 12:14) Surrender your body, spirit and soul.  Praise be to the Heavenly Maker.

  1. You are a polished shaft. “As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are the children of youth.” (Psalm 127:4) He teaches your hands to war so that a bow of steel is broken by your arms. For by thee, I have run through a troop and by my God I have leaped over a wall. (Psalm 18:29). Praise be to the Heavenly Man of war.

  1. You are a marked man or woman marked with the Marks of the Master. You are a slave to righteousness and not to sin; a slave to honesty and not to deception; a slave to purity and not to vices, a slave to liberty and not to license; a slave of the Kingdom and not of a crowd; a slave to the Master and not to Mammon; so you must make haste and be about your Master’s business- Praise be to the Heavenly Master.

  1. You are the temple of God -“Know ye not that ye are the temple of God” (1 Corinthians 3:16) The great Master Builder wants you to put your foundation on Jesus Christ. The spirit of God dwells in you. Take heed how you build it. If you are to have a good to-morrow, you must lay the right foundation to-day. A foundation of wood, hay or stubble will never support a character-making building. You are building every day, in a good or evil way. And the structure as it grows, will our innermost self disclose, Build it well, whatever you do, Build it straight and strong and true. Build it clean and high and broad; build it for God. He who builds with God, builds not alone. Praise be to the Master Builder

  1. You are clay in the Heavenly Potter’s Hands. The Potter wrought a work on the wheels and the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the Potter. So He made it again another vessel, as seemed good to the potter to make it. Are you a marred vessel in your Heavenly Potter’s hands? Take courage. He will make it into another vessel of honour, sanctified, ready for the Master’s use and prepared for every good work. So yield to His plan and purpose in your life. Don’t worry over the marred life. Submit into the Hands of the great Mender of lives. Praise be to the Heavenly Mender. Sir James Falshaw, formerly chairman of the North British Railway company, a personal friend of Queen Victoria, a shrewd financier and a most successful business-man was asked during the progress of a banquet given in his honour when he was eighty years of age. In the interests of the young men present, who were anxious to make the most of life, I wish to ask one question, Sir James – Is there anything in your life, any one factor, upon which you can lay your finger as the secret of your wonderful prosperity? The old man arose up, straight as a dart, and said, “I can answer that question without much difficulty. Whatever prosperity, success and honour, I have attained in my life, I attribute to the fact that when I was fifteen years of age, I gave my heart to God.”