Saturday, June 26, 2010

Then Sings My Soul Saturday ~ The Potter's Hand


It's Then Sings My Soul Saturday when I link up with Amy of Signs, Miracles and Wonders.

This week I chose "The Potter's Hand" sung by Darlene Zschech.  I had the wonderful privilege and pleasure of hearing her sing at a local church conference I attended several years ago.  I returned that evening alone so I could hear Hillsong. What a wonderful worship experience that was!



The words to this song have special meaning to me as I continue to go through very challenging times.

Blessings and love,

24 comments:

  1. This is one of my favorite songs! It always ministers to me and reminds me that God is working in me through anything and everything.

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  2. Debbie,

    What a beautiful reminder that we are indeed in the Potter's hands! I needed to hear this today!

    Love you!

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  3. I love this song and Hillsong and Darlene Zschech. We wanted to go see her at the Cove but the tickets were very expensive. Thanks for joining in. Have a blessed week.

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  4. It makes me wonder why I'd ever feel vulnerable given my/our placement in such Capable hands!

    Hugs,
    Kathleen

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  5. I remember the first time I heard this song (or one of the first times...). It was in Spanish. And it was beautiful. And when I heard it in english... wow. It's a beautiful song =) Thank you for sharing! =) Continue to place your life into the Potter's hands =)

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  6. I'm singing right along, I haven't heard this for awhile and I love the message, as well as her voice.

    It's the prayer of our hearts!

    Love you!

    Sonja

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  7. I LOVE Darlene Zschech and this song is just beautiful!
    Truly we are in HIS hands being molded each and every day!

    Have a blessed weekend my friend

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  8. Beautiful, beautiful song. It reminded me a lot of what we listened to once in Eureka Springs, AR at the Passion Play. There was a man dressed back in the day and he had a potters wheel. And he shaped and molded a beautiful vessel, as he talked to us about the Lord. It was beautiful! As is this song! Thanks for sharing. Praying for you and your family!
    until next time... nel

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  9. Oh, Debbie, I just loved that. Years ago someone in Wal-Mart told me about an "Extravagant Worship" CD of hers. It is beautiful, and I love her music. Thanks so much for sharing this. Love you ~

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  10. Dear Debbie,
    It's though being clay reformed.
    I must confess I have often prayed; "Help me Lord, but gently, please."

    I have been blessed over and over again lately, by the words from 1 Samuels book 7: 12 Then Samuel took a stone and set it up between Mizpah and Shen. He named it Ebenezer, [b] saying, "Thus far has the LORD helped us."
    This is my testimony too, "Thus far the Lord has helped me."
    I'm searching for an Ebenzer-stone, to place in my garden, but it must not be heavier than I can carry it.
    I let God let me find the right one, I think.
    Have a blessed Sunday, dear Debbie,
    From your sister in clay and spirit, Elise

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  11. Oh Debbie. This song really pulls on my heart. It has a lot of past memories attached to it, yet it is making me want to weep where I am today.

    Thank you for sharing it and for your incredibly sweet comment on my blog today.

    Love you!
    Beth

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  12. What a beautiful song, we sing it in church.
    I just came from visiting my dad, he seems so sad but I think he will be ok, he has c-diff so we have to keep my mom away and that saddens both of them. I would like to take a CD player to my dad and let him listen to music but he does not even want a TV, each day he just sits or lays in bed when he is not in therapy. I think I will try to take him some worship music.
    Thank you for sharing that beautiful songs, I am praying for you too Debbie.

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  13. What a beautiful song! I love that the Lord speaks to us in ways our hearts can understand! Thank you for your sweet words today at Internet Cafe Devotions! I was so blessed by what you said!

    I hope you have a glorious day in worship!
    Stacey

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  14. Awesome and powerful song. I feel so blessed hearing it.

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  15. i just love that song, too!
    thanks for sharing.

    ps. i love reading your sweet
    comments at many of my
    favorite blogs. sometimes they
    are better than the blog. :)

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  16. I love it!!! So beautiful and so encouraging!!! Thank you for sharing it, and it was so nice to see you today. You are such an encourager and such a sweet spirit!!! Lord God, I ask that you would pour out from your storehouse an abundance not only of provision, but Lord, blessings of health and joy and peace! Father, encompass her with Your arms of love and grace and peace!

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  17. Debbie, this song always melts my heart. I so want to be molded by Him! I love Hillsong, and I know it must have been amazing to hear them in person.

    Have a blessed week!

    Andrea

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  18. Debbie...praying for you as you fight the fight of faith. It is only through Christ that there can be joy in the pain, and hope in the emptiness...He is all we need...His grace is sufficient...He is MORE than enough. The details of our lives are ordered by an Almighty God who leads us into trying situations in order to grow our faith. When we are tested...God has good reason for it. He is drawing us nearer. As Pastor Pete Wilson says, "It's as much about who you're becoming as it is about where you're going." It's submitting our lives...totally...into the Lord's hands that brings about our victory and dilverance. Through it all...you'll be amazed at how He will use you in your weakness to bless others and bring Him glory!
    Praying for you sister,
    Cherie

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  19. What a blessing. I desire this to be my prayer. "Mold me and use me..."

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