“Take me. Use me. Mold me. I give my life to the Potter’s Hands.”
“But now, O LORD, thou art our father; we are the clay, and thou our potter; and we all are the work of thy hand.” Isaiah 64:8
Notice Isaiah did not say that Our Father is the Potter and we are the cup or pot or vase . . . no! We are the clay! We are not yetT the finished product! We are the work of His Hand! We are still His work in progress! He is shaping and reshaping us in His love!
We must trust the Potter, even if there are times that we struggle to trust the process!
See Jeremiah 18:6; Romans 9:20-21.
October 5, 1958 · Rev. William Branham
39There was a man in the Bible, by the name of Moses, who had got all of his training. He knowed all of the theology. He knew everything that he should know . . . He could teach the masters in Egypt. He didn’t need one thing. And the Bible tells us that he was learned in all the wisdom of the Egyptians. Why, he could teach their scholars, and their scientists things . . . But, yet, it taken God forty years to beat all that out of him, out there in the sands.And when he got all of his intellectual conceptions of God beat out of him, out there in the sands, the metal was ready to be molded over.
That’s the way God takes His men and beats out all of their fears and all of their intellectuals, and then the great Master Potter puts them on the wheel and begins to mold them over again. Workmen, worthy! It’s God’s man. Who could train a man more than God Himself? Watch the way He trains them.
I am praying for you to always be moldable and malleable and that you will find grace to always trust the Father’s plans!