Feet of Clay
Whose Feet are Clay?
Q: A colleague spoke of our boss having feet of clay, and when asked what he meant, I was told it was a Bible term used to describe someone unreliable. Is that correct?
A: Yes; I suggest you consider resigning to work for the Only Boss who doesn’t have feet of clay: The LORD Jesus Christ.
The phrase is used by the world to signify a flawed character in a position of responsibility.
The Gospel truth is, all men and women have feet of clay, and the sooner we come to realise this the better.
Head of Gold: Feet of Clay
The expression “feet of clay” originates from the Holy Bible, Daniel chapter two, where the prophet of God interprets a divine dream troubling Nebuchadnezzar, King of Babylon, who held the Jews captive.
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