Pastor Melissa Scott continues her teaching on The Potter’s House.
I felt compelled to look at this through the eyes of Ephesians 2:10 because I know when people read, “For we are His workmanship,” it makes it sound like I might have made a contribution or I had something to do with it.
But if we understand the principle of the potter’s house, yes it was a national picture. He’s telling Jeremiah this is a national picture. But I want to make an individual application. Now I’m going to add two new elements to this teaching. They’re not new by any means, but we’re going to add two elements.
Normally you have clay, a potter and the wheel. The clay, which is us, represented by us; the potter, God; the wheel our life circumstance on to which the potter is going to do His work on this crock of clay. But I’m going to add two things today. Continued . . .