“Honey, you don’t have a watch, do you? This is a gift for you.”
My husband bought me a wristwatch. I was pleased to receive the gift, but my joy did not last for long. When I opened the gift box and saw the watch, its color and design did not satisfy me. Reading my face, my husband asked me carefully.
“If you don’t like it, I will exchange it for another one.”
Although I knew that my husband had chosen the gift after giving it much thought, I really wanted to exchange it for another because it was obvious that I would just keep the watch in the drawer after wearing it only a few times.
In my drawer, there are many accessories covered with dust because I have not worn them for a long time—earrings which are pretty but too big and fancy to wear, necklaces that I do not like to wear because they irritate my skin even though they fit me well, and hairpins which do not match my hair, and much more. Those accessories only occupy space without being used due to this and that reason, and they will probably be thrown out someday when I clean up my drawer.
I examine myself to see if I am an ornament on the fine linen of Heavenly Mother that fits Her well. I want to be quickly changed into a beautiful child of God Elohim who has God’s nature, so that I can become a brilliant ornament that goes well with God the Mother’s fine linen.
GE Na from Korea