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Jeremiah 18:3-4 KJV
Then I went down to the potter’s house, and, behold, he wrought a work on the wheels.  And the vessel that he made of clay was marred in the hand of the potter: so he made it again another vessel, as seemed good to the potter to make it.
Most potters feel they intimately exude the creative nature of God by their pottery work and this feeling gets amplified as they feel the earthy grains while transforming them into a masterpiece. The potter’s wheel is where the potter’s will for the clay gets implemented, by it rotating to 1) Get the clay perfectly shaped. 2) Trim excess body from the worked clay. 3) Apply incised and intricate decorations or rings of color to beautify the clay.
Very important from our scriptural reference is the fact that God is the Potter and before we can as clay to be used or made into a valuable vessel by Him, we must first accept that we have been irredeemably “marred” by sin and therefore cannot fix ourselves unless we are made new. Knowing and accepting this truth about our helpless state in sin and God’s great act of love to pick us up from its decay is the first step to our being molded into a masterpiece (Read Eph 2:1-10).
The Word of God is the Potter’s wheel which He used in creating everything (Heb 11:3) and it is His Will that we continuously go through cycles of brokenness alongside newer levels of obedience till we are perfectly shaped (Isa 66:2, Rom 12:2), trimmed, purged or cleansed to be more fruitful .
Submit today to the Wheel of God’s Word and be guaranteed that His hand will always be upon you even now and until eternity for your good (Ps 16:9-11).