When does the clay ever "allow" the Potter to mold it?

When does the clay ever "allow" the Potter to mold it?


And, another pointless analogy from Chris: Prov 26:7


Now, consider Jeremiah 18:3-4

"So I went to the potter's house, and sure enough, the potter was there, working away at his wheel. Whenever the pot the potter was working on turned out badly, as sometimes happens when you are working with clay, the potter would simply start over and use the same clay to make another pot."

So, does God mess up, as this potter does? Or, how is it that these pots "turned out badly"?


Does it get old asking the same sh*t over and over again


In comics, Clayface is a Batman villain


I see you've started studying Calvinism. :) Good choice. I hope that you continue to understand it. :D


Basically, you are the clay, and the potter is God, by you accepting Jesus as dying on the cross for your sins, and being saved, you are allowing God to mold you.