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Today we would like to think together again on the same subject wediscussed last week God as the Merciful Potter This last verse was awonderful message from the Lord which was sent through JeremiahNo one can truly say to others I know the plans I have for youBut the Lord actually has the plan He knows the plans forwell-being and not for calamity in order to give you a future and ahope I guess that after all the Bible was given to us to recognizethis fact The Bible was written to give the future and the hope towretched and unwise humans We should pay attention to three things Firstly the ever-lasting plan of God to give us his blessing Secondlythe condition required for His plan to be accomplished Thirdly are wefacing the recreation or destruction The ever-lasting plan of God for His blessing is explained in the verse4 we just readThe verse is about creating a vessel from clay which needless to saysymbolizes us humans The verse implies that the vessel must satisfythe intentions of the Lord and it must make Him rejoice Clay hasabsolutely no value unless it is formed into the shape that meets theintentions of the potter The potter who is the Father God will neverbe satisfied unless we clays are transformed into the same image of theSon of God the Lord Jesus Paul also explained the purpose of the Lord in his epistle to Romans Three kinds of vesselsThe Lord is still working inside you and inside me to fulfill oneultimate purpose which is to transform us to the image of the Son theLord Jesus According to this verse 4 from Chapter 18 of Jeremiahthere are three kinds of vessels The failed vessel other vessel and the good vessel made according tothe intentions of the potterFailed vessel According to the verse 4 the potter was working on theclay to form a vessel but it was ruined in his hand If we
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