“Imitation is not just the sincerest form of flattery - it's the sincerest form of learning.”
― George Bernard Shaw
The word “imitation” often has a negative connotation – whether we think of imitation designer clothes that don’t look as good as the real items, imitation coffee or milk that doesn’t taste as good as the real thing, or many other examples. Usually, the imitation is just not as good as the thing imitated, but there is one type of imitation that is perfectly acceptable - in fact desirable: when God Himself is involved in the process of imitation.
Check out this week’s article “Are you an Imitation?” on the Tactical Living page to see how God is making imitations and how you can get in on the plan!