Growing up, if you had anything broken or chipped in your house, a teacup, a glass, a plate, etc was a no-no. Supposedly, it meant bad luck, no longer useful and therefore, you would need to discard it immediately. ⠀
However, when I see this picture, I have a different meaning of the fragility of jars and brokenness. ⠀
I am reminded of what the Lord says about them (us) and how He chooses to use them (us) rather than to discard them (us). ⠀
I think about the fact that He sees us as fragile clay jars who still possess great treasure. ⠀
Thank you Lord for being willing to use these broken and fragile pieces that are me to place your great treasure, Your very Spirit, within.⠀
Even when others may deem you too fragile, too broken, or even consider discarding you, always remember you possess within you a great treasure and great power. ~CJP⠀
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Scripture references: The Holy Bible (NLT)
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