Saturday, August 6, 2011


when we acknowledge our Father,
the Creator of the Universe
and cry out Oh Lord,
we become as clay
in His hands
moldable and shapeable.

We humble ourselves,
realizing His skills as The Potter
are  shaping us into beautiful vessels
to be used by Him.

May your weekend thoughts
 be turned towards Our Creator & Potter.
Giving Him praise!


Linking to: Spiritual Sundays


Sherri B. said...

Thank you for sharing these precious words and thoughts.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

The moulding and shaping,is at times painful,but I would not want to be anywhere,but in God's hands.

elizabeth said...

I'm sitting here in the warm sun, still on vacation, and catching up on a little blogging. Your photo and verse this week is just perfect! Love to you my friend!

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Beautiful post Karen!


Christine said...

He's still shaping me at this grand age!

S. Etole said...

Great thoughts and photo ...

Shanda said...

I love pottery and all the verses regarding our Potter.

Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

Stefanie Brown said...

Great words, great reminder.
Love the way you used the image to demonstrate the verse.
Happy Sunday Scripture and a Snapshot.

Janette@Janette's Sage said...

Thank you He is shaping me, I am trying to remember not to jump of the potters wheel...His hands and touch are so gentle.

Joan Davis said...

I am so grateful for the Potter's hand on my life!

Blessings, Joan

Charlotte said...

He is the Potter, we are the clay...It is nice to know He forms and makes us into the vessel He desires us to be.

Mom of M&Ms said...


Anonymous said...

What a great post! And a great reminder to just "be" and allow Him to mold us. I needed that today, thanks!

Ginger~~Enchanting Cottage said...

Thank-you for this beautiful post,what a perfect picture for this scripture.
God Bless,

Jenn said...

I love how you did the verse on this picture. Perfect!!! I am so glad I have a Creator that can mold me over and over again to be what he is making me to be. I sure have tried to mess up His work many a times.

Debbie said...

Fabulous photo and post, Karen.

Charlotte said...

So true. This reminds me of the song Have Thine Own Way Lord. Thou art the potter, I am the clay has always struck an emotional chord with me. Thank you for this beautiful post.

Anonymous said...

I love that scripture and the pairing with the photo is perfect. Also enjoyed the photos on your trip...looks like a slice of paradise...such beautiful grounds!
Anita Johnson

Sue said...

Absolutely beautiful Karen! photos and thoughts!