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Humanize Me | Made to Make | Greg Hartnett, Lydia Lockhart

Humanize Me | Made to Make | Greg Hartnett, Lydia Lockhart

Sep 08, 2019

Passage: Jeremiah 18:1-11

Preacher: Multiple Speakers

Series: Humanize Me

Category: Gospel, Old Testament



Creative Poverty. God compares Himself to a potter at the wheel. God is a creative God and we, in His image, are creative beings. God uses this image to express His sovereignty over human history and powers. It also reminds us that we are makers in reflection of our Maker. What do you make? One aspect of poverty is the lack of confidence in what one has to offer the world. We are humanized when we are encouraged to use our gifts to create. Jesus told the disciples, “You give them something to eat” when they thought they had nothing, but they were able to feed the thousands with God’s help.


Sometimes people say a public figure needs to be humanized. What could this mean except that there are things in this world that make us less than human? Jesus is on a mission to make you more human—the kind of human who looks more like the Son of God. This series tackles the forces that keep us from being just as human as God always intended us to be. And it leads us to discover that when we are humanized, we get to humanize others.