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Remolded And Restored

January 30, 2013

There seem to be a lot of people these days who have questionable addictions: drugs, alcohol, tobacco, video games, television, cell phones, texting, computers, work, greed, sports, and bad language — just to name a few. Whether any one …( read more )

Making Memories

January 9, 2005

In my study at home, on top of a shelf, is an aquamarine painted pot that contains loose change, paper clips, and pins. Anyone looking at it would call it ugly and worthless. When I see it, I think that … (read more)

The Potter's Wheel

January 14, 1998

The sovereignty of God is paramount in Scripture. The image of God as the potter and Israel as the Lord's vessel, is echoed in a more personal way by St. Paul. Paul sees each one as a work in progress … (read more)

The Potter's House

August 15, 1997

Oftentimes, as believers, we do not understand how the stressful, sometimes painful episodes in our lives are working to better us and our Christian walk. We often react with bitterness and resentment towards God for the occasional trials that interrupt … (read more)

To Destroy A Nation

March 17, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, his people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

On The Shelf

March 15, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

Cut Off

March 14, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

Another Pot

March 13, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

Marred In His Hands

March 12, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

Working At The Wheel

March 11, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

Down To The Potter's House

March 10, 1997

The work of a potter moulding the clay at his wheel is well understood as a Biblical analogy of the relationship between God and us, His people, because the basics of the potter's craft have changed very little over the … (read more)

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