Which one are you?
God never stops molding us, as long as we put ourselves in the position of soft clay.
While you are soft clay in His hands, He will continue working on your character, your will, your “self”, but from the moment you cease to be clay, He ceases to be your Potter.
When the clay is hard and stiff, it’s good for nothing; it has to be thrown away, because the potter cannot get any piece of that clay.
This happens when the servant of God hardens her heart, and does not let herself be taught, helped, shaped, in which case God cannot do anything with her because it is tough, stubborn and full of pride.
He wants to use her, but cannot, He tries to work on her, but she does not bend, time passes and she gets worse and worse, without realizing it she is now a hard clay and full of cracks. Her ego led her to the state she is in, moreover she is not useful for the work of the Potter, in other words for the work of God, she is now full of resentment, bad eyes and malice, contaminating everyone around.
If only she allowed the Potter to wet her, she will be soft clay, but she does not want, she prefers to think that everyone around her is wrong, everyone is against her and that’s why she doesn’t go back to her Potter who is eager to make her a utensil of honor and useful for every good work.
Friends, let’s wake up, do not stop in time thinking we are perfect and we know everything ,there are always things to change, things we can improve, I find them all the time.
This does not mean you’re a bad servant, bad wife, bad friend, bad daughter or have a bad character, just that you can improve in many areas of your life.
When our potter shapes us, it’ll hurt a little, he may have to knead, and pinch but the final piece will be worth it.
The Holy Spirit always shows, not with accusations, but by speaking to our hearts, Lets be soft clay in His hands, easy to mold according to His will and let us become more useful to our Lord.
“But now, O Lord, You are our Father; we are the clay, and You our potter; And all we are the work of Your hand.” Isaiah 64:8
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