God And The Potter Of Our Lives

973 WordsSep 6, 20164 Pages
"Only God can judge me." Have you ever heard this phrase? Many people use this phrase today in society, but do they really give their faithfulness to God? A time will come when everyone must answer to God for their choices and actions. Our nation today is resembling the nation of Judah increasingly each day. God is known as the Divine Potter of our lives, and He has a plan in store for us. God sent His son to wash away our sins for us, but not everyone gives thanks to the Lord for His goodness. "Yet you, Lord, are our Father. We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand." (Isaiah 64:8 NIV) The comparison of God being the potter of our lives is mentioned in the Bible more than once. Jeremiah 18 shows God referring to Himself as the Divine Potter of life. The association of God and the potter is one of great importance. Human beings are molded by His hands, as are all living beings on Earth. Our Father had a vision in mind, and He made a plan for each individual. The Creator, similar to a potter with clay, possessed the ability to modify the structure and/or purpose of His works that are not developing to follow the original plan. People allow themselves to be molded by other factors than God, such as other people 's beliefs in what is popular. Following the plan of God will lead to a successful life, but following other plans without God could lead to a long, stressful journey throughout life. Remember, however, you can always repent, and return to
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