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Mindful Minute: Brokenness

Brokenness can lead to true surrender

Have you ever been completely and utterly broken? A place of brokenness can be a humbling, painful, and yet beautiful place to be. It’s easy to forget the beauty and joy that can emerge from this bittersweet place. In these moments of complete brokenness, one this remains:

The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in the spirit.” Palms 34:18

Mindful Minute: Like a Child

As a father, it is incredibly encouraging to see my children’s faith grow. Sometimes I even wonder if my faith is lacking in comparison their own. If we learn from our children and embrace these qualities in our lives, have faith like a child, we will learn and grow, and will see the kingdom of heaven rise again in our lives. 

Mindful Minute: Amazing Grace

God loves us and desires a deep relationship with us. His love is infinite and never ending. It is constantly pursuing us even when we resist.

If we accept God’s grace and the relationship it offers, we answer God’s call to place our faith in Jesus Christ alone which enables us to give our hearts over to God.

We must continue to seek God’s grace in our lives. By grace through faith, the Holy Spirit renews our spirit. There will be barriers to our relationship with God. We must trust God to overcome these obstetrical to grace.

Through grace the work of the Holy Spirit is moving us toward perfection in love and truth.

Mindful Minute: Peace

Things may not look good right now, but God promises us His plans are good. He is moving us toward that day when death will be swallowed up, and He will wipe every tear from our eyes (Isaiah 25:8). He has ordained our peace (Isaiah 26:122).

Be encouraged. “…we know that all things work together for good for those who love God, who are called according to his purpose…” (Romans 8:28)

Hebrews 13:8 says “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday and today and forever”

Know that no matter what yesterday, today, or tomorrow holds, our LORD GOD is everlasting and has plans for you, plans to prosper you, not harm you. (Jeremiah 29:11)