Once we leave the master's shop he no longer builds but he will repair. Indeed the rest of our sinful life is made up of repairs and restoration. But we must ask for it. More specifically, our innards aka our spirit, must yearn for it, asking for healing in the master's name. This will require an open declaration that we are broken. We do this by confessing.
David testified to the power of confession in Psalm 32: "When I kept silent about my sin, my body wasted away through my groaning all day long. For day and night Your hand was heavy upon me; my vitality was drained away as with the fever heat of summer…I acknowledged my sin to You, and my iniquity I did not hide; I said, "I will confess my sin to the Lord"; and You forgave the guilt of my sin" (vv. 4-5). The guilt of David's sin affected him physically-he found relief only through full confession.
Our innards, my reference to our spirit, will continue guiding our behavior up until we return to the dust.
Ecclesiastes 12:7 and the dust returns to the ground it came from, and the spirit returns to God who gave it.
Our life then is a daily journey of decision. Deciding each day what kind of spirit we are building to return to our master who gave it to us.