Have you ever found sea glass on the beach? It’s a beautiful and unique find, made from broken glass that has been tumbled and smoothed by the waves and sand over time. This process of transformation is similar to the way that God works in our lives. He is constantly shaping and molding us, making us more holy and Christ-like.

The process of sanctification is a lifelong journey. It’s not something that happens overnight. But as we grow in our relationship with God, we become more aware of our sin and our need for his grace. We also become more willing to surrender our lives to him, so that he can work in us and through us.

The analogy between sea glass and sanctification is a helpful one. Just as sea glass is often found in unexpected places, so too is God’s work in our lives. It may not always be easy to see, but it’s always there. And just as sea glass is often imperfect, so too are we. But through the process of transformation, we become more beautiful in God’s sight.

I encourage you to reflect on your own life and see the work that God has done in you. Whether you see a little change or a lot of change, I pray that you will invite God into your heart to continue to work in your life.

Sea glass is a reminder that even broken things can be made new. This is a powerful message of hope for those who feel broken or damaged. If you are feeling broken, know that God can work in you and make you new. He is the master craftsman, and he can take your broken pieces and make something beautiful.