As I sit around my church family, family and friends, I realized that some of the best vessels for carrying that love are those who have been broken. Those who have deep cracks from living life unspeakable pain from loss and situations that try to take over sanity and peace. I see that it is those vessels, the cracked and broken ones that give off the most beautiful light.
You might think a broken vessel or cracked pot is just broken, but inside that broken vessel is a testimony that’s waiting to be releashed. Those who are suffering need to be able to look around and see the light coming from those who have been broken yet been repurposed to live again.
We all are just jars of clay(cracked pots and vessels). Remember even you that’s judging and whispering is broken underneath, so stop pretending your clay is put together. God works through our imperfections, if God can love us while broken why can’t we love one another. So start loving that broken vessel or cracked pot by letting your light shine.
”Isaiah 64:8″ Yet you, Lord, are our Father, We are the clay, you are the potter; we are all the work of your hand.