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He found this misshapen lump of clay, bought it, and took it home.

He shaped me from the inside out beginning with my feet, grounding
me in the Word.

He shaped my ankles and put on me shoes worthy of his creation.

He formed my legs and wrapped them in leg protectors.

He brought out my chest and abdomen and layered them in overlapping
plates of the finest steel.

He shaped my arms to perfection and covered them in sleeves of iron
overlaid with brass.

He set my head in order providing me with the ears to hear his
voice, the eyes to see his wonders and the mouth to testify to his
craftmanship.

He enclosed my head and neck with iron overlaid by steel. He gave me
a sword and a sheath to put it in made from a mix of the finest
metals. The shield he provided was made from the same metals.

------
Keith


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