Luke 5: 31 (NIV) Jesus answered them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. 32 I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.”
I have had times in my life where I felt I was too broken to fix. Have you had those times? Are you in one of those times now? Do you know someone in one of those times? I say, “one of those times,” because that’s what it is. Broken does not mean we are beyond healing! None of us are ever too broken to be healed, but we have all been in a place where we felt so hurt that we thought we’d be there forever.
Haven’t you felt that you were going to die in that place because you were stuck there so long, and you couldn’t see a way out, and you were literally getting comfortable being stuck? And someone reading today’s message is comfortable right now in the broken place. Healing and recovery is possible for us and the Lord is able to heal our brokenness and broken places in this season of our lives. Are you broken? And if you are broken the Lord is concerned about you and wants to heal your brokenness.
Point to ponder- You’ll get to a point that you’ll look back and see how far you have come. You’ll recognize that God honored your brokenness and decision to take a step toward healing. The Lord will honor honored your decision to connect with others.
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