by Wayne Hinson

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The Potter's Hunt Through Which He Found Me (2 of 5)
Series: The Potter and the Clay
Wayne Hinson
Jeremiah 18: 1-6; Isaiah 64:8


I. The Potter Coming To Where The Clay Is (His Personal Work)
A) Consider The Delightfulness Of His House
B) Consider The Departure From His House
C) Consider The Descending From His House

II. The Potter Conquering What The Clay Is (His Powerful Work)
A) There Is A Loosening
B) There Is A Lifting
C) There Is A Loving

III.The Potter Claiming Whose The Clay Is (His Possessive Work)
A) He Claims By Touching The Clay
B) He Claims By Taking The Clay
C) He Claims By Transporting The Clay

Intro: In the last message, we saw a portrait of the Potter's heart. How he saw the clay long before he ever sought the clay. We looked at his acclaim and his attributes, but this message will attempt to expound his actions. The Potter's heart is what he desires, but his hunt is what he does. Before there can ever be clay in the potter's hands, there must be clay in the potter's heart and hunt. The "seeker friendly" movement has chosen to overlook this in their vain religious agnosticism. Religion wants to reverse the order by teaching that one can come to God and seek God at any time. Jesus was quoted as saying that no man could come to Him, unless the Father draws him. In the Potter's hunt there are three beautiful processes. They are:

I. The Potter Coming To Where The Clay Is (His Personal Work)
The potter could have hired or designated someone else to make this dirty trip. Had this been one of today's dignitaries, be assured that they would never had gotten their hands dirty. Even some of today's preachers probably would have made many excuses why this trip was not their job. The potter could have just given directions to where the clay was and remained in his comfortable abode. But he didn't, because of his love for the clay and he personally goes to find the clay and free the clay. As we co ...

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