Dr. Dorothy Dye
IN HIS HANDS
JER. 18:1-4, PHIL. 1:6
IN HIS HANDS : JER. 18:1-4, PHIL. 1:6
We are nothing more than a lump of lifeless clay until the Potter takes us “In His Hands” and begins the process of transformation. That which had no life begins to take on life and form as the Potter spins the wheel of life. The Potter is in complete control of the wheel and the clay. The wheel spins at the direction of the Potter’s biding. The Potter does not see a “lump of clay” but sees what that lump will become “In His Hands” as we are “Touched by Him.” If we are “In His Hands” we are continually being “Touched by Him.” This is a lifelong process and God already knows the end result. “Be still and know that I am God—I am the Potter—and I will be exalted in your life as I continue to mold you for My pleasure and for My purpose.”
Dr. Dorothy M. Dye's Biography
Sis. Dorothy M. Dye was born in Detroit, MI and has been in Valdosta, GA for the past 30 years. . She is the mother of two, grandmother of five, and proud great-grandmother of three precious little girls. She is the widow of Bro. Leon G. Dye, who was a Gospel preacher and who has gone from labor to reward.
Sis. Dye is a Christian Clinical Counselor, and is a certified domestic violence and substance abuse facilitator. She worked at Valdosta State University as the Executive Director of the Learning Service Center through the Department of Social Work until retiring in 2019 . The Center provides daycare services for seniors who are in the early stages of Alzheimer’s disease. Sis. Dye also works with Pathway to Hope Counseling Services and is the owner of Ledor Christian Counseling in Valdosta providing services to area congregations.
She is active at the Newsome St. Congregation of the Lord’s Church in Hahira, GA where Bro. Walter Scott is the minister, and Bros. Gene Godfrey, Herman Godfrey, Joe Rawls and Freddy Gregory are the Elders.
Sis Dye loves the Lord and His people, and loves teaching His Word. Among her life scriptures are Proverbs 3:5-6, and Romans 8:28:
“Trust in the Lord with all of thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy paths.”