March 24, 2012


I was visiting Betty's construction site today, not even planning to post something here in my site.

It is a hobby I have been enjoying for quite sometime now, going to the sites I follow everyday, especially if something is up for reading, and knowing fully well that I will be getting something to take back home.

Claiming my portions from what God is saying through my friends' blogs, is a big part of my day.

While at Betty's, I heard this song being hummed softly by her, as she was keeping busy in her construction site.  I asked her permission to steal it and put it up here in my own site.

Here it is:

He still working on me to make me what I ought to be
It took Him just a week to make the moon and the stars
The sun and the earth, and Jupiter and Mars
How loving and patient He must be
He's still working on me

There really ought to be a sign upon the heart
Don't judge her yet there's an unfinished part
But I'll be perfect just according to His plan
Fashioned by the Master's loving hands

In the mirror of His Word reflection that I see
Makes me wonder why He never gave up on me
He loves me as I am and helps me when I pray
Remember He's the Potter, I'm the clay 

I am positive this should be the theme song  that's appropriate for my blog.  I sub-titled it as:  "A Clay Molded-In-Progress."  

I am amazed at  "how loving and patient He is to me, that He is still working on me."  Please don't judge me yet," there's an unfinished part still under the Potter's wheel.

Thank you so much, my dear Betty, for sharing this song today.  May God give you all the materials and parts necessary for your construction, even in the inner side of the building, as with the outside.

And to my fellow "works-in-progress," we need to rely on the pureness of the Master's plan and intentions, letting Him "fashion us in His loving hands."