We go about our lives and do what we think is best. Have you ever asked God if that is what he wants you to do? Or are you just continuing to do the same thing, just a different day?
Are there any cracks in your plans you are trying to fix or mend? It is a struggle if we do it. But taking a moment and praying can give you an answer no one else could see.
Isaiah 64:8 But now, O Lord, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.
Have you ever considered what a potter does to the clay to get the desired results? The techniques they use are Hand building, Pinching, Slab Construction (Soft Slab, Hard Slab), Coil Construction, Wheel Throwing / Hand Throwing, and Slip Casting.
Suppose we think of us as the clay. God forming us into what He needs us to be can sometimes be painful and challenging. But it is a process we need to go through. It is called “sanctification” when God shows us our imperfections, and we allow Him to mold us. Sanctification starts after you have accepted Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior.
Our job is to stay on the potter’s wheel. He sees the results of our life; we don’t. We may know where we want to get to or be, but we don’t see the process.
Allow the master potter to help mold your life.
Text to give: TITUS to 53-555