This Beautiful Japanese Art of Fixing Pottery Teaches Us Gospel Truth

This Beautiful Japanese Technique of Fixing Pottery Teaches Us Gospel Truth

Defined as “to repair with gold”, kintsukuroi/kintsugi is a Japanese technique used to fix broken pottery with golden lacquer. The definition goes deeper; the belief of kintsukuroi is that the piece is more beautiful for being broken. This is a great metaphor for our lives. In the Bible, Job declares his belief that when his trials are over, he “shall come forth as gold.”

Here are 10 beautiful examples of kintsukuroi pottery to remind you that we are transformed into more glorious beings by Jesus Christ as we experience trials and sorrows.

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