It is worth remembering that the time of greatest gain in terms of wisdom and inner strength is often that of greatest diffi culty. – Dalai Lama
The Lord wants to do a new thing in our lives. He will make a way where there doesn’t seem like any other way.
Through all our brokenness; diffi culty; suff ering and pain, God will bring forth new strength, beauty and inspiration to others. Will you allow him to? Let us not be ashamed of the scars and broken pieces life has taken you through. Don’t get stuck on how things used to be. You are not broken beyond repair, pick yourself up again; you will become a better person because of the struggle. Broken hearts are found in all classes of people.
No one is exempt from the possibility of experiencing a broken heart. The word broken hearted in our text literally means to be pressed down upon by calamities.
Only God can mend a broken heart if you give him all the pieces. He was willing to take on that brokenness of the world exchange for us to be made free and whole again. Psalm 147:3, “He heals the broken hearted and binds up their wounds.”
God is calling us to be his light and love in a broken world. A world he has paced us in on purpose. There is hope for your broken heart. Hopelessness is when you’re afraid that “things won’t work out”. Sometimes you feel that way, but hope is the feeling that the feeling you have won’t last forever!
Behold, I am doing a new thing, now it springs forth, do you not see it? I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert.