The orientation of our mind decides if we bear fruit or not. We need the Spirit to renew our minds to think like God so we will bear fruit.
The god from a lump of clay is the testimony of man. In spite of your imperfections, you are fearfully and wonderfully made.
Ignore the imperfections in what you have. Build it with the Spirit, your words, wisdom, and faith, and in time, you will see a transformation.
Cultivate the habit of spending time with yourself. As you do this, you will experience self-discovery, and true transformation will characterize your experiences.
Your humanity with all its imperfections is a gift from God to you. So learn to accept yourself and be grateful to God.
You experience transformation when you can look into the scriptures and see what the Holy Spirit is showing you, rather than see what you have been conditioned by religion to see.
I’ll rather preach a sermon that’ll help a man become a better father, than argue about how many angels can stand on top of a pin!