Divine Definitions: (1) Competent to act in any situation; flexible; pliable; (2) Self-adjusting within the ever-growing complexity of the universe; self-correcting; (3) Competent to spiritize human notions; adjuster; (4) Available to satisfy any need; many-sided; resourceful; (5) Able to make old things new; renewing; (6) Ever-leading all beings toward the light; (7) Skillful at turning and tuning a situation; deft

Quote: The Universal Father sees the end from the beginning, and his divine plan and eternal purpose actually embrace and comprehend all the experiments and all the adventures of all his subordinates in every world, system, and constellation in every universe of his vast domains. — The Urantia Book (2:1.4) {1995}

Comment: God does not do it all alone. As a matter of course (because of His absolute generosity) He bestows every ability and gives away every task that can be done by any of his Sons or Daughters. As we become more like Him, we will be able to serve to a greater degree.

Human Definitions: (1) competent to act in any situation; flexible; pliable; (2) turning with ease from one thing to another; deft; multifaceted; (3) self-adjusting in the face of complexity; resourceful; (4) having or capable of many uses or applications

• In the long run, fancier [in nature] lasts longer since versatility is a virtue. — William H. Calvin (1913-) The River That Runs Uphill {1986}
• Try as hard as we may for perfection, the net result of our labors is an amazing variety of imperfectness. We are surprised at our own versatility in being able to fail in so many different ways. — Samuel McChord Crothers (1857–1927) American Unitarian minister
      Note: Nonetheless, the quest for perfection will always open a new path.