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Lessons in Clay

So, for all who feel good enough as they are, the lesson of the potter and the clay is more challenging than comforting. God will not stop reworking all of us, smoothing out our rough edges, shifting our centers of gravity, reshaping us for new uses. But Presbyterians have long embraced the motto “Reformed and ever reforming according to the word of God and the Work of the Spirit.”


Jeremiah 18:1-12; 2 Cor. 4:1-12






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