Why do we need to be broken over our sin? God wants us to rend our hearts and not just tear our garments in some form of outward behavior modification while we retain what we want of our heart because we think it serves us better. He wants a broken and contrite heart. Because a broken heart beats inside a broken vessel, and only broken vessels are useful in the Potter’s hand: His light shining and living water pouring forth from the very cracks of our weakness in order to expose His strength. What is it going to take?Read More
Category: sanctification & transformation
Sharing a bit of my story on the Steadfast podcast with Casey Tate today! The stronghold of bulimia and a desire to cover self-disgust with a perfect image left me a broken, hurting mess, but God by His grace and faithfulness rescued me. Maybe that’s not your story or struggle, but something else is weighing you down. Or maybe you just love to hear the many ways the Lord moves in personal and profound ways to show Himself mighty to and in us. I’d love to share this story with you, as He has and He continues to teach me each day how to live free of the sin that once entangled me. It’s a story of the hope and redemption! If it touches or blesses you, please feel free to share it!Read More
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