I am amazed at people who are good at "arts and crafts." Some people can take scraps and make wonderful things. As I write this, I am at Bible camp in the room where arts and crafts are created. There is quite a bit of hammering taking place. Some items are made of metal and fishing wire. The hammering is leather with designs being made in them.
Our Lord worked as a carpenter. He built things from materials of the day in which he lived. He would take wood and perhaps make a cabinet, a cart, a table and chairs, a desk and other creations. I’m sure they were of highest quality and beautiful when He finished them.
But none of these were His finest of creations. If you will look in a mirror, though, you will see one. We realize Jesus, as God, was present at the Creation. Paul wrote in Colossians of His supremacy (Col. 1:15-19). John tells us all things were made by Him (John 1:3).
Today Jesus is still working on the hearts of men. He is able to take the hardest of hearts and turn that person into something beautiful.
He sat on death row. Even in prison he murdered a man. He deserved to die. But, he didn’t. Clyde Thompson, who had a hardened heart, was touched by Jesus and his life was changed forever. He began to teach other inmates and eventually was released and worked in a jail ministry.
Sometimes we see people and can only see the bad. Jesus sees the heart and when someone is willing to listen, they can be "born again." This time in a manner that is important to God. To see others who have been changed look in Acts 9 and 22 to see Paul’s change. Read Philemon to read of Onesimus’ change from being useless to useful.
I hope your heart is not so hardened that Jesus cannot get inside. I hope life is not treating you in a way that you have forgotten to trust in Jesus. He has invited everyone to come to Him. Look, His arms are extended and He says, "Come...I will give you rest…" (Mt. 11:28-30). And, you will truly be one of His greatest creations.