“The Shattering of Jars of Clay” – Michael Brown

Shattering of Jars of Clay

I applaud you Mr. Brown.

You said what needed to be said in very clean, concise language.

For me, the bumpy-spot in my ergonomic wrist-support is the fact that lead singer of a very well-known Christian rock group is the one renaming sin.

My mom always told me, “Stupid people do stupid things; don’t let it surprise you.” I expect the world to embrace sin and throw out God’s prescription for life . . . but I always look on in awe when I see professing Christians (and veritably iconic ones at that) calling right what God calls wrong!

I know. I shouldn’t be surprised.

It’s a scary thing to watch, though, because I cannot help but realize that the following verse was written in prophecy of Mr. Dan Haseltine and those like him:

“[Jesus] said to His disciples, ‘It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come, but woe to him through whom they come! It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea, than that he would cause one of these little ones to stumble.” Luke 17:1-2

Read “The Shattering of Jars of Clay” by Michael Brown here.

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