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Living Clay is a robust and fulfilling journey into the Potter-clay relationship we have with our Creator. Based on an 18-month personal journey, this Bible study powerfully illuminates the process of sanctification and transformation in the life of a believer. Filled with theological truth flowing from the context of Scripture, you will see how the Potter purposes to shape you - the clay - into a masterpiece. As Jeremiah was invited to the Potter’s house, so you are invited to see how God is shaping you for His glory and your good.
Number of Pages: 192
Vendor: New Hope Publishers
Publication Date: 2016
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Susan5 Stars Out Of 5Great Study!November 30, 2016SusanQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I really enjoyed this book. It had a positive impact on me and helped me to make positive life changes. I enjoyed all the scripture references because I like to read what the Bible says on a topic. However, this book also has many interesting stories so it would be enjoyable and useful without looking up all the supporting verses. I recommend this book for either private or group study.
Carrie5 Stars Out Of 5Potters HandsNovember 25, 2016CarrieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Living Clay was my very first completed Bible Study! I loved how this book got me in my bible digging deeper through scripture. From the very first chapter I gained an understanding of how God was using the tough times in my life to form and sculpt me into the person I am today. He didn't wish the hard times for me but He used the firing and crushing to make me more dependent on His love. Even though it didn't and doesn't make sense I can surrender my fear and life to His Hands.
Yodagee5 Stars Out Of 5Insightful, encouraging and transformational!November 25, 2016YodageeQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5As a youth pastor, I've read a lot of material from authors both high and low. I must admit I was caught off guard by the way this little book captured one of God's most amazing illustrations and unpacked it in a way that speaks to every stage of the human experience. Not only was I encouraged and challenged by the study, I couldn't contain my excitement and had to share it with my youth group as well.
nicki5 Stars Out Of 5Something New Every DayNovember 22, 2016nickiQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I have been a Christian all my life, so to be honest, the chapter titles were not new topics for me. However, I was amazed at how God used Pastor Keith's experiences and insight in this book to teach me something new on a daily basis. I loved how every day I was getting into the word, seeing things in a way I had not seen before. I wondered every morning what God was going to show me that day through this study. I was really disappointed when I had finished the book.
Deb5 Stars Out Of 5How God uses experiences in our life to shape and mold usNovember 22, 2016DebQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5I am always looking for a devotional study that gives me a fresh perspective. Keith walks you through eight weeks of calling you to seek God in a deeper way with real life stories we can relate to. He challenges us to allow God to use the harder moments in our lives to shape and mold us to be yielded and to trust Him. He weaves scripture into each day and leaves you with one though that carries with you though that day. This is a great small group or family study for those with grade schoolers and teenagers. This will prompt discussion on how and why God uses the hard things in this life for the good. And like the author, The Potters hands have never abandoned me but have continued to form, shape and mold me into the unique and useful vessel He desires.