Wednesday, March 29, 2017

The potter’s feast

Morning: Psalm 101, 109:1-30; Jeremiah 18:1-11; Romans 8:1-11
Evening: Psalms 119:121-144; John 6:27-40
I am awed by the idea that we are like clay vessels shaped by hands of a potter.  I am astounded that there is in us a powerful life energy set free by the Spirit who gives life to these clay pots of ours.  We are formed of earth and we return to the earth, but in the meantime, we are remarkable, aren’t we? I am grateful that the potter offers to sustain and feed our souls in this ‘meantime’ with the bread of life. A feast if ever there was!

Graham

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