Out of all the billions of people who have ever walked on the earth or will walk on it, you are unique. No one else shares the exact DNA, fingerprints (not even twins) nor the pattern of the group of cells behind the cornea of your eyes. There is supposedly enough DNA in one person, if laid end to end, to reach the sun several times over. How this was extrapolated I have no idea.)
God created mankind in His image (Gen 1:27) from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life. (Gen 2:7) Thereafter He formed us and knit us together in our mother’s womb to be special, unique and incomparable. (Ps 139: 13-16) He knows us so well that He has the very hairs on our head numbered. Mt 10:30) He knows our thoughts before a word is on our tongue and is familiar with all our ways. (Ps 139: 1-4) This is a God so involved with our welfare that He not only forgives our sins, but dies in our place to make that happen. Once we are immersed into Christ and become Christians, we can still retain our uniqueness but we need to learn how to channel it for works of service. We are told to humble ourselves and be imitators of God. (Eph 5: 1) We are to be transformed by the renewing of our mind. (Rom 12:2) Our attitude should be the same as that of Christ Jesus. Php 2:3) He took on the nature of a servant and humbled himself (Php 2:7-8) and demonstrated that by washing the Apostles feet. (Jo 13:14-15) It is hard for Christians to understand how many people have accepted a theory of no god and a belief in fortuitous adaptations and millions of years to replace a loving, caring and personal God.
Almost everyone who has children and grandchildren believe they are special, talented and unique. We cheer our grandkids’ accomplishments and cast a smile at our children that says,“ they learned that from you.” It is not too hard to imagine the Father and Holy Spirit smiling at Jesus in the same way as observed by Christians imitating Christ.