Thursday, March 17

The Broken Girl

11 comments:

Mollianne said...

Weeping with joy, my friend. I LOVE this post and your beautiful light that shines through it.

Leah Gillen said...

Amen x 10!!!!!!! These are the very words of my own heart! You just write them better. I love this..."being broken by someone makes the love of someone else even sweeter". Yes!!! A thousand times yes!!! The love of my precious husband of almost 3 years is that much sweeter, but the love of my precious Savior is also that much sweeter! I see Him all over you, and you make Him look good! Love you!

Angela Pea said...

Whaaaaa! I'm crying at my desk. The Guys think I'm nuts, but none of them dare to step in here to see what's wrong. :) LOL!

Love You, Charlie. *swak*

Ana said...

Our Lord is amazing, and He truly does wrap His arms around us when we need Him the most! Amen!!

Jen said...

Great post! HE is AMAZING!

Mommy of Two said...

Oh...THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!

I blogged about this sort of thing today, not knowing where I was on my journey, how to get there, etc. But one thing I DO know...is that the LORD is mine and I am His.

You are an inspiration, thank you!

KCLAnderson (Karen) said...

What a beautiful post...I am so glad you see in yourself what others see in you :-)

Sandy said...

Oh Charlie, I love love this post. Your faith walk is nothing short of inspirational. I'm reading a book right now called "Lies Women Believe and the Truth that sets them Free." It really talks a LOT to this type of thinking...and then some!

I started the couch to 5k today. Race in Sept! (and now you're included in on the "secret goal" on my blog (bottom right sidebar) so prayers for perseverance are appreciated!

Shrinking Mommy said...

AMEN! I loved this post, I can relate to some of it! Keep smiling...you are AWESOME!

Untypically Jia said...

Did you know that broken is one of my favourite words? I used to use it (and sometimes still do) to describe my OCD and my depression, but now, it's just me, and that's okay.

And it's because of this:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KAjkRkF2yEs

Gina Covello said...

I have heard others speak about the arms of Jesus and sitting in the Father's lap, but I never understood what that felt like. I didn't realize it was so literal. I have yet to experience that, but I have experienced His peace, His voice and guidance, His love and protection and so much more! Thanks for sharing.

 
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