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Isaiah 64:8

Putting this together with Job 14:14-15, the work (the molding and shaping of the Potter) will not be finished until the resurrection of the dead. In the meantime, as we yield, He continues to re-form and re-shape us, from what we have been in this world into the image of His Son.

The illustrations of this are throughout the entire Bible. All that is required of any honest, truth-seeking individual is to put these scriptures together and honestly conclude that God is reproducing Himself!

God's creation continues! And its purpose is to bring us into the image of His Son and Himself.

John W. Ritenbaugh





Other Forerunner Commentary entries containing Isaiah 64:8:

Matthew 15:15-20
John 15:5
Ephesians 2:10

 

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