A Vessel of Beauty

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God is the Potter. He will take you who was once broken and mold you into a vessel that is pleasing to His sight.

Like clay in the hand of the potter, so are you in my hand. Jeremiah 18:6, NIV

The old clay pot was cracked, shattered, and broken. So the man took it to the Potter, Who broke it down even further, moistening the clay with water, making it soft and pliable before He put it on His wheel. Then He began to remake it into a vessel pleasing to Himself. He firmly applied pressure on some areas, touched lightly on other areas, added more clay to a specific spot that needed filling, and removed clay that hindered and marred the shape He had in mind. As He turned the wheel, His loving, gentle hands never left the clay as He molded and made it after His will.

Finally, the Potter was finished. He took what had once been a broken clay pot off the wheel, but now it was unrecognizable. It had been transformed into a vessel of beauty. The Potter put it in His showcase that others might see the revelation of His glory in the work that He does.

God is the Potter. You are His clay. How pliable are you to the soft, firm pressure of His touch?

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