"But now, O LORD, You are our Father, We are the clay, and You our potter; And all of us are the work of Your hand." Isaiah 64:8

Think about yourself. But do it in light of the One who created you. Read Psalm 139 and insert your own name into the verses - hear that you are who He thinks you are.

God is greater than anything you’ve done.

He’s at work healing you and He delights in using you to point others to Him. That is where your greatness lies. That’s when you’ll feel fully alive. God’s opinion is what really matters.

Proclaim the truth about who you really are. Say it out loud: 'I am a son/a daughter of the Living God. Treasured, entrusted and loved above all things by the Creator of all things for the glory of Him who is greater than all things.

You deserve unconditional love, but you will not always receive it from the people around you. Look for it in the Potter.

Father, You are the Potter - I am the clay. Show me that You have made me strong and that you have made me well so that I can give all the glory back to You. Amen

Go Deeper into a message for men.
Go Deeper into a message for women.



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