The Masterpiece Is A Process


The creation of a masterpiece is usually not the result of some brief, haphazard effort. The Mona Lisa required four years for Da Vinci to complete. In fact, x-rays have shown that there are three previous versions of the painting under the one we are familiar with. Michelangelo took four years to paint the scenes on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. Rodin made his first plaster cast of The Thinker in 1880, but it wasn’t until 1902 that he completed the large-scale bronze cast.

God is creating you into a masterpiece in your soul realm. Like many of the great works of art we see, we don’t become a finished work of art all at once. Paul writes that we were created (past tense), but we are (present tense) God’s masterpiece.


About Ken Winton

Ken Winton is a transparent conversationalist; his inspiring teachings have motivated companies of people around the world into living their lives lighter. Ken is edgy, relatable, some times a goof, but always influential. Ken is an international speaker, author, musician and hosts his own radio show, podcasts and blogs and most of all, loves to go on walks with his wife Becky. When Ken is not on the road he frequents his favorite coffeehouse to sip on a cup of caffeine and chat with the locals. Ken resides in Chico California with his wife, three kids, two daughter-in-laws, one son-in-law and a whole mob of five glorious grand-kids. And, by the way each grandchild is his favorite.
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One Response to The Masterpiece Is A Process

  1. Rick Stassi says:

    Hi Ken-

    Maybe we can talk about Prayer House some day. I am in Sacramento. Love to hear about ministries – especially ones in my neighborhood!

    Peace in Jesus

    Rick Stassi

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