In chapter 18 of the book dedicated to his name, Jeremiah visits a potter at God’s instruction. At arriving, he noticed the potter had destroyed the vessel of clay that he was working on and began reworking it into another vessel, as it seemed good to the potter.

When I look around me and see the many vessels of clay that God is gently and carefully working on, I can’t but ponder on the frailty and fragility of human nature.

The title of my blog is inspired by a message once spoken by Dr. Ravi Zacharias which he titled, “Brittle clay in tender hands.” I named my blog “Brittle Clay” with the subtitle, “in the hands of the Master Potter.”


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