Posted by: Pure Glory | 04/06/2017

God’s Treasure

by Hazel Straub

How many times have you judged someone, by how they look on the outside? Discounted others or even yourself because of some perceived flaw? Although, chipped and cracked jars of clay, we carry wonderful treasure inside of us. God has chosen us, as carriers of his treasure. It is those cracks that allow the glow of God’s glory light to shine.

Valuable! No matter how broken, God values you. Man looks on the outside, but God looks at the heart. Treasured vessel, lit with his life and surrounded and immersed in his love!

Our bodies are made of clay, yet we have the treasure of the Good News in them. This shows that the superior power of this treasure belongs to God and doesn’t come from us. (2 Corinthians 4:7 NOG)

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  1. So true all of us r cracked pots to be put in order by the Lord. Beautiful post

    • We are here for the glory of God, who transforms us.! Let the light shine! Thank you1 Blessings!

  2. Lord Jesus, use this vessel cracks and all. Use these cracks as You see fit, Jeremiah 29:11. Amen

    • Thank you Lord! You care about all details in our lives and turn them to for our good. Amen

  3. Thank you God!

    • You bring light to my life, God! Transformed!

  4. Crack pots made new 🙂
    made better than new in God’s image and likeness through “Christ in you, the hope of glory!”
    thank God!
    to God be the glory now and forever and ever!

    • Hallelujah! Everyone who sees the light of God in the pots glorify God!

  5. Reblogged this on Daylight Tune Ministries.

    • Thank you for the reblog. Blessings!

      • You are most welcome. Blessings to you too.

  6. Treasure in earthen vessels. May your light shine forth in me Lord!


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