When God Wants To Drill A Man, He Does It For A Special Purpose

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Last Updated on September 16, 2022

The Poem

When God wants to drill a man,
And thrill a man,
And skill a man
When God wants to mold a man
To play the noblest part;

When He yearns with all His heart
To create so great and bold a man
That all the world shall be amazed,
Watch His methods, watch His ways!

How He ruthlessly perfects
Whom He royally elects!
How He hammers him and hurts him,
And with mighty blows converts him

Into trial shapes of clay which
Only God understands;
While his tortured heart is crying
And he lifts beseeching hands!

How He bends but never breaks
When his good He undertakes;
How He uses whom He chooses,
And which every purpose fuses him;
By every act induces him
To try His splendor out-
God knows what He’s about.

– Anonymous

The God of the universe wants to thrill, skill, and create a man of greatness. He is not only fascinated with royally elected men; he understands how clay shapes are molded into greatness. Then, he induces his man to try splendor. However, he never spares his man in poverty. He frets and goads him until he succumbs to the call of fame.

Nature knows what she’s about

If you believe in a loving, good God, you’ll see that nature isn’t just about drilling, but about skilling and molding the man of His creation into the noblest role. God is the author of man’s existence and longs to make him bold, great, and praiseworthy. And in the face of defeat, He wants to arouse a man’s love and hope.

God knows what he’s about

When God wants to drill a man, he does so for good reasons. He wants to thrill him, skill him, and create a great man out of him. This drill is a perfect fit for a royally elected man. It is his way of perfecting him and making him bold. The best way to know what God is about when He wants to drill a man is to follow his lead.

God wants to name a man

When God wants to drill a man, He will use his trials to hammer, thrill, and skill him for his greatest purpose. He will shape him in the womb and mold him into an outstanding man. He will use this to create a great man, a king. Then, God will perfect the clay form, and he will use this to create a magnificent man. Then, God will use the clay form to create art to induce people to try out. This is the plan of God, to wake up man and mold him into His heavenly king.

But before God can do that, He first needs to anoint a man. Then, he will mold him in His own image, to play His most noble role. After that, God will use him in every way, as His instrument, to praise Himself. And then, he will use him to cast an amazing number of people into His hands. Then, he will make him the king of all men. And once you’ve seen the end result of such drilling, you’ll understand why God has to anoint a man in the first place.

God wants to tame a man

You must be asking yourself: “Does God really want to tame a man?” If you think about it, that is a lot to ask. After all, we are created in the image of God, and we are therefore capable of great things. But we fail to recognize that our nature is far from tame. Instead, we choose sin and turn away from God. This results in the death of our true potential. The only way to tame a man is to seek God.

About The Author

Pat Rowse is a thinker. He loves delving into Twitter to find the latest scholarly debates and then analyzing them from every possible perspective. He's an introvert who really enjoys spending time alone reading about history and influential people. Pat also has a deep love of the internet and all things digital; she considers himself an amateur internet maven. When he's not buried in a book or online, he can be found hardcore analyzing anything and everything that comes his way.