“I knew you before I formed you in your mother’s womb…” Jeremiah 1:5
Before you ever existed, before your parents came together; you were known.
It can be reasoned that if you were known before you were ever formed, then the fact that you are in existence is declaration in itself that you were considered worthwhile to create.
“You watched me as I was being formed in utter seclusion, as I was woven together in the dark of the womb. You saw me before I was born, ever day was recorded in Your book. Every moment was laid out before a single day had passed.” Psalm 139:15/16
Before anyone laid eyes on you, decided who you look like or ascribed any character to you, before you were ever deemed acceptable or unqualifiable; you were seen, watched, tenderly cared for within the darkness of a womb. A destiny was assigned to you, and as you were being knit together in that secret place, every potential to achieve it was woven into your being. Before anyone knew you, your days were laid out, recorded and thought through. Plans were laid for your development, your rescues, your victories, your provisions, and your prosperity. Every opportunity was set out in each moment of your life, and the gift of free will was imparted to you.
It can be reasoned that such care and concern for you before you took a single breath declares that you are not only worthwhile to create, but desired, longed for, planned for and dearly loved into being.
Dearly loved by a Creator who desired to be loved by you, of your own free will.