The Potter’s Wheel [Weekly Inspiration]

There have been times when I have heard a song in the car or a fiery message that leaves me pumped to conquer the world. In the midst of my high, I make these affirmations and say to the Lord, “Do whatever it takes to get me were I need to be!” The Lord hears and answers. So, He places me on the potter’s wheel. I begin to turn, then stretched, pulled, maybe even patted & squeezed a little bit.  I start off being calm and ready to help, but eventually I become fearful and annoyed.

When things get a little bumpy, don’t jump off the wheel, stay there. God is trying to perfect you. The only way to do that is to weed out all that is not pure through various trials and challenges that expose where you are weak, so you can deal with it and move on. Going through gives you the experience and the knowledge to help and respond to someone who may be experience the same test or situation.

Remember, you asked God to help you. He created you, so I think we can trust that He knows how to get us to where we need to be.

Natasha

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Natasha Rubin is the Founder and Facilitator of Passion to Purpose (P2P), a global network for women eager to discover their passions and purpose. As a wife, mom of two young active boys, business owner and entrepreneur, Natasha knows all too well how the hustle and bustle to “just get it done” at times trumps connecting and thriving in areas you were gifted with skills and talents to do.

Natasha was given the nick names “Gifted Assistant” and the “Connector” from friends and colleagues because she was always assisting others, mainly women, in connecting to people and things that would help them realize their worth and what they had to offer. In 2012, Passion to Purpose (P2P) was created to expand the reach to women around the world. Natasha has been often quoted as saying, “It takes a village to raise a woman.”

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