Cadyville Wesleyan Church
Hope in the Potter's House
Too many of us think our lives are set in stone. When we make a mistake, we see ourselves are irreversibly marred. The best we can hope for is a patch-job and a paint-job. For some, their lives feel like they're falling apart and there is no hope for them. But instead of seeing us as broken pottery, God, the master potter, sees as a moldable, redeemable clay.
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  • Cadyville Wesleyan Church
    2083 NY-3, Cadyville, NY 12918, USA
    Saturday 7:00 PM
If there’s one thing that I see from the story of the Potter’s House, 
it’s that your story isn’t over!
The love that God has for his people is made clear in the Prodigal Son tells us that it doesn’t matter what you’ve done, he’s not finished with you yet; he has a story still to tell!
“People of Israel, I can do with you just as this potter does!”
- Jeremiah 18:6a
God doesn’t see you as broken beyond repair. He doesn’t see you as beyond saving and beyond hope. He sees you as a masterpiece waiting to take shape!
When you’re a potter, and you have misshapen clay, you don’t discard you. You reform it.
In the hands of the Potter, there was still hope for Israel.
In the hands of the Father, there was still hope for the son.
And in the hands of our Savior, there is still hope for you and me.