God created man to continue creation. Many people think that God concluded creation on the sixth day, but what they did not know is that God only laid the foundation or set the stage for man to conclude His creation. One of the instructions God gave man was to tend and keep the garden. God provided the raw materials and ask man to create a beautiful world out of it. God gave Solomon wisdom and He created a magnificent temple that got the whole world amazed. The temple was not there in the beginning when God created the earth, but the materials were there.
You are created to create, but you can’t create without thinking like the Creator. If you are focusing on the problems and difficulties in the world, you will never be able to create. The first chapter of Genesis told us that the earth was void and without form when God came on the scene. But God did not focus on the severity of the problem. Rather, He focused on what He can create to have the kind of earth He desires. And that was how the heaven and earth were created.
Today’s world is more or less, a world void and formless considering the daily happening in every sector. We can’t continue to complain about how bad and terrible things are. We’ve got what it takes to re-create our world to whatever shape we want it to assume. If we can conceive a beautiful world in our minds and intensely desire it, it will surely come to pass. God is counting on the Church to rise up and use their God given nature (the mind of Christ) to bring a change to the world.
You have the capacity to imagine the unimaginable, to think the unthinkable and to accomplish the impossible. Jesus said “all things are possible to Him that believeth” (Mark 9:23). If your mind can conceive it, it is definitely achievable. The force of the universe (i.e. the force of God) is waiting for you. “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” (1Co 2:9 KJV). I pray your eyes of understanding be opened to see those things God intends for you to create.