Your hands fashioned and made me altogether,
Job 10:8-12 Job prays that God would care for Him, body, soul and spirit.
When we teach the kids (both young and old) about the nature of man, body, soul and spirit; we always teach them that if God is your maker, then He is your ruler. We teach the responsibility of the creation to the Creator, but in these verses, Job teaches the responsibility of the Creator to the creation.
To paraphrase Job's prayer, "God, you made my BODY with great care, you granted me life to become a SOUL, and you gifted me with a SPIRIT. God. I am your workmanship, you have a responsibility to care for me. Don't destroy me!"
When you pray to God to keep and care for you, pray like Job:
"God care for Your own workmanship!"
A believer in the Lord Jesus can doubly pray this. We are His workmanship in creation, but we are also His workmanship in Christ Jesus by new creation. God cares for what is his.
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The idea above is not mine. It is third hand information :)
From the Believers Bible Commentary William MacDonald quotes Harold St John:
"We must not miss this amazing passage in which the Clay…reminds God that in creating man He has assumed responsibilities from which he cannot honorably escape."
For me to live is Christ.