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5 Stars by Christian Sia

5 Stars by Christian Sia

Secrets of Broken Pottery: Seeing the Great Potter — Being Seen by Him by Heidi McKendrick is an inspirational book that discusses our relationship with God, a book that will restore a healthy image of God in most people. The author uses the biblical image of the Potter in which we are described as clay in the Potter’s hand to discuss the dynamics of the relationship between God and humanity, showing how, like a good Potter, God does not abandon us even when we become broken pieces. The author shares the different ways we can be broken, whether by our own intentional doing or by the fault of others, and shows the similarities between our brokenness and the limitations in the humanity of some of the biblical characters that found favor with God, including Moses, Job, Elijah, Leah, and many others.

This is a well-researched and intelligently written book that shows clearly how God sees us; the message is backed by strong biblical arguments. It is the book I should have read a long time ago because there have been those moments I have found myself asking: “My God, why are you so hard on me?” Heidi McKendrick leads readers to a deeper and clearer understanding of the unfathomable love of God which embraces us even more strongly in moments of weakness, brokenness, and pain. Just as a great Potter never wastes his clay, our Creator never wastes any aspect of our humanity; He redesigns us and transforms us to fit His bigger purpose. Secrets of Broken Pottery: Seeing the Great Potter — Being Seen by Him should be read by everyone. It is a powerful message of hope that will change the way most of us see God. A gift of faith that has the potential to bring hope and joy and love into the human heart.

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