To be anomalous is to be different, and unique, unlike any other person, who has ever walked the planet. God knitted you and me, in our mother’s wombs, Psalm 139:13-14, and because of that we are anomalous. Have you ever seen a knitter recreate the same exact product twice? No, and you never will. To be someone’s darling is to be highly beloved and cherished. God calls us “darling”, in Solomon 4:7 and reminds us that “there is no flaw” in his creation of me & you.
Anomalous Darlings, AD for short, stands as a reminder that we are living AFTER the DEATH of Jesus Christ. Our lives were completely revolutionized by Jesus’ crucifixion, in which we were made free, whole, redeemed, healed and most of all, made sons and daughters of Christ.
Navigating the promises of God, that have been given to us, by Jesus’ blood is a challenging task, but we can do all things through Christ which strengthens us, Philippians 4:13.
Realizing the Anomalous Darlings we are, is a life-long journey and I am ecstatic to have you along for the ride.