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This quote is so true. When we are at our lowest points, it is in these moments that God can change us. Whether our lowest point is physical or mental, it is in these moments that we need to bring ourselves to the cross and let God take over. The worst of us draws out the best of us.
It’s like a piece of clay that is thrown into the fire. It may become unusable, but if God touches it, it can be molded into something useful, useful for Him and useful for others.
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