Its interesting to know the relationship between the Clay
and the Potter. The former could wonder why it has a
certain shape, yet the later need not explain why the
former is moulded a certain way.
Why would it even need to? In the beginning the Clay
couldnt call a shape its “own” without the Potter
moulding it: the clay has little or no right to question
the Potter has to why its shape and circumstances are
Today the potter man might decide to make it pretty,
problem-free,tomorrow He could decide to change it a
little with a test of faith. The clay has endeavors,
struggles and victories, but in all, it only has a thing to
clinge to always: “let thy Will be done”
“We are nothing but pencils in the hands of the Creator”
Total surrenderness to the will of God through Christ Jesus gives you eternal life.
Olayemi Olumurewa Dunmade