Since we are made in the image of God, who is the Master Creator, then all of us have inherited his creative desires, abilities, talents, and need to create. He wants us to be creative. It pleases him when we exercise our creativity. As we do, our creativity should draw us closer to our Master Creator. When you create, you are giving back to God as a form of worship and thanksgiving. As you paint, draw, craft, dance, play an instrument, or utilize another form of creativity you are exercising the gifts and abilities that you have inherited from the Master Creator. And like a proud father, he delights in his children using the talents given by him.
The next time you create, do it as a way to give thanks to the Master Creator for instilling in you the talents he has given you.
…an art work has value as a creation because man is
made in the image of God, and therefore man not only
can love and think and feel emotion but also has the
capacity to create. Being in the image of the Creator,
we are called upon to have creativity.” ― Francis A. Schaeffer, Art and the Bible