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The Potter (Romans 9:14-26)

Posted by GFNSProductions on January 2, 2012 at 12:05 PM

These verses are mind blowing. They basically say that God, as a potter made each individual unique and for their own purpose. Even the wicked individual, God made him for a purpose, namely: to display the depths of His patience and the greatness of His love for us. So some may say, "God made the person wicked so God is wicked also since the individual can't resist His will." My answer to them is "Woa!" It is scary to even think of someone talking back to God, so I'm in dread even now just talking about this thought to you. Who dares talk back to God? The one that has the power to create life, and destroy it in the lake of fire. (Revelations 20:14, 15) Would you not rather be in fear of this powerful God? God has no need to answer for Himself to anyone, and yet He has revealed little hints of His plan for humanity to us in the Bible. Yet despite the sixty-six books He has supplied to us by means of 40 different authors, it is still said that these are only the outer fringes of His ways. (Job 26:14) A christian rapper by the name of Trip Lee put it this way, " There's some dudes out there that think they're so smart that they can figure my God out all the way. Nah, He's too complex for all that. He's inexhaustible! He's too great for our minds to fully imagine." To tell you the truth: God's ways are so much higher than our ways, and His form of justice so much greater than our own, so we really don't even have the right to even think of accusing God of wrong actions or motives. If I were you, and I am, just hope that you are one of the ones that He chooses to keep around in paradise when He destroys the majority of mankind in the lake of fire. For even Jesus said, "Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it." (Matthew 7:13, 14)

Categories: Jesus, Yahweh, Exegetical Studies

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