The Potter, The Clay, and The Gift of Imperfection
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The Potter, The Clay, and The Gift of Imperfection

God’s perfections can be made perfect in the imperfections, and His glory will be revealed in the most challenging and uncomfortable circumstances of life.

The most uncomfortable things that you feel about yourself are the things that make you ‘you’; so, don’t be ashamed of your imperfections, and don’t allow any insecurities to stop you from doing what you were created to do.

Everyone wants to be the perfect vessel, but can you or will you allow yourself to become the clay?

Our imperfections can be a constant state of perfection in the hands of the Potter, and we are becoming something new every time He works within our lives.

So share your story, use your imperfections, and allow God’s perfections to be made perfect within you and your circumstances.

We should never be ashamed of the results of God’s glory.

The Potter, The Clay, and the Gift of Imperfection.

Exodus 4:10-17 | Exodus 4:1-31 | Jeremiah 18:1-5

– Seneca Howard

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