Jeremiah 18-19, 1 Timothy 4
I love thinking of us as clay in the potters hands. The clay doesn’t ask “what’s the plan what are you making?” It’s just shaped and molded by the creator who has a perfect plan for what it will be.
8for while bodily training is of some value, godliness is of value in every way, as it holds promise for the present life and also for the life to come.
We often speak of spiritual valleys as though we have no control of our spiritual well-being. Here Paul exhorts Timothy to practice that his progress may be shown. May we also set our hearts and minds on the Lord, devoting ourself to the practice of spiritual disciplines, that our progress may be shown and made a light to the church and unbelievers alike.
If the link doesn’t work, the song is called The Potter’s House by Tramaine Hawkins
Reminds me of this song we sang last week at church:
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