Luke 22:19 (MSG) Taking bread, he blessed it, broke it, and gave it to them, saying, “This is my body, given for you. Eat it in my memory.”
Brokenness is actually a blessing, but too often we’re so caught up with wanting to feel better we miss God’s best for us. If you’re struggling or if you feel as if your faith has loss it’s strength. Brokenness is the way to being made by the Lord!
I challenge you; don’t miss the blessing that comes with brokenness. What we fear is to be broken or be seen as broken; but as this is the story of many of our lives, it is in our brokenness that the light of Christ brings glory to God, and making our lives beautiful as a result. What is happening in your life that has your feeling “Broken”?
Point to ponder – The notion to be broken may not be popular; it is in our brokenness that we can bring it to the Lord and experience His touch and healing, and bring hope to our broken heart. Always remember whatever is Broken in your life the Lord can put you back together again!
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