Clay in the Master’s Hand

The clay is beaten – to remove air bubbles.                                             

potter - flat clay

The clay is placed on plaster – to give it a firm foundation.

Potter                           

The clay is squeezed – to render it malleable.

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The clay is spun – to make it even.

The clay is held firmly – to keep it from flying apart.

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The clay is wetted – to make it smooth.

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The clay is tooled – to form its shape.            

The clay is trimmed – to remove the unwanted.

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The clay is dried – to teach it patience.

The clay is glazed – to make it beautiful.  

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The clay is fired – to make it useful.

Surely, your turning of things upside down shall be esteemed as the potter’s clay; for shall the work say of him who made it, He made me not? Or shall the thing formed say of him who framed it, He had no understanding? Isaiah 29:16

©2008 Merilee S. Waddell

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