Psalm 139:13-14 NKJV
 For You formed my inward parts; You covered me in my mother’s womb.  I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.
God, the creator of all things, uniquely knit us together in our mother’s womb, in His image — every person with a unique DNA that is like no other in the world among the billions and billions of people that have ever lived.
This quote explains it well:
In a speck of watery material smaller than the dot over this i, all the future characteristics of the child are programmed-the color of his skin, eyes, and hair, the shape of his facial features, the natural abilities he will have. All that the child will be physically and mentally is contained in germ form in that fertilized egg. From it will develop:
… 60 trillion cells, 100 thousand miles of nerve fiber, 60 thousand miles of vessels carrying blood around the body, 250 bones, to say nothing of joints, ligaments and muscles.
From Thomas Nelson, Believer Bible Commentary
God has uniquely made you. He has a special purpose for you that only you can do. You are the only you that He will ever create. It is comforting to know that God had us in mind as our bodies were forming in the womb. He knew everything that we would become and gave us our unique abilities, talents and characteristics. Since you are the only you He created, then you are the only you that can do what His plan is for you.
It is up to us to seek God’s will so that we can do what He has uniquely called us to do. That is different for every person. Some will be called to missions, others to support missions. Some will be called to be preachers, others business men, doctors, carpenters, actuaries, videographers, etc. All of us together bring our gifts to the Lord for His purpose and make up the Body of Christ.
Romans 12:4-6a NKJV
 For as we have many members in one body, but all the members do not have the same function,  so we, being many, are one body in Christ, and individually members of one another.  Having then gifts differing according to the grace that is given to us, let us use them…
Just like the human body, God uniquely forms the body of His church. We all play our part in completing it. We all have unique responsibilities that only we can do. So it is not a matter of, “what do I do?” It is a matter of doing what God created you to do. We all, no matter how young or old, are to get off the sidelines and get into the game. We are to be involved with a local church fellowship that can help us grow in Christ as we help others grow in Christ. It is all about being part of the body. If a hand or finger were severed from the body, it would not survive. Likewise, we must take part in joining the body to not only survive, but thrive in our relationship with God.
I love you and am praying for you today!