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Embracing Brokenness: A Journey towards Healing and Strength.


Every person experiences a moment in their lives where they feel broken, whether it be a traumatic experience, a failed relationship or career, or even the daily struggles of life. Instead of seeing Brokenness as a weakness, we can use it to grow stronger and closer to God. We can find comfort and guidance from various Scriptures that illustrate the beauty of Brokenness. Today, we will explore embracing Brokenness as a journey towards healing and strength.

Brokenness Leads to Humility

Being broken can lead to humility, which is essential to one's Spiritual growth. Psalm 51:17 says, "The sacrifices of God are a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart, O God, you will not despise." This verse emphasizes the importance of a humble heart before God. Sometimes, we might feel that we have it all together and don't need any help, but it is only when we recognize our Brokenness that we realize our need for God's Grace and Mercy.

Illustration: Imagine a vase that is cracked and broken. It might seem useless and irrelevant. However, the artist might transform it into a beautiful mosaic piece that is even more valuable than the unbroken vase. Similarly, we can become vessels of God's love and grace when we recognize our Brokenness.

Brokenness Leads to Surrender

In our Brokenness, we might feel lost and confused about our purpose and direction in life. However, we can find our strength and hope in surrendering to God's will. 2 Corinthians 12:9 says, "My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness." When we surrender our worries and doubts to God, we allow Him to work in our lives and transform our Brokenness into something beautiful.

Illustration: Imagine a sailboat in the middle of a storm. The sailors might feel helpless and fearful, but the captain knows where they are going and can guide them through the storm. Similarly, when we surrender to God's will, we can trust He knows where we are going and will guide us through our struggles.

Brokenness Leads to Restoration

When we are broken, it might seem like our lives are in shambles and that there is no way to move forward. However, God is in the business of restoration and renewal. Isaiah 61:1 says, "He has sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim freedom for the captives and release from darkness for the prisoners." God can heal and transform our Brokenness into a source of strength and purpose.

Illustration: Imagine a puzzle that is missing a few pieces. It might be incomplete and imperfect, but with a skilled hand, the missing pieces can be restored, and the puzzle can be complete. Similarly, God can take our Brokenness and convert it to completeness.

Brokenness Leads to Empathy

When we experience Brokenness, we become more aware of the struggles of others. We can empathize with those who are hurting and help them find healing. In 2 Corinthians 1:3-4, it says, "Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we receive from God." The comfort we receive from God in our Brokenness can become a source of comfort and hope for others.

Illustration: Imagine a wounded soldier who understands the struggles and hardships of war. They can relate to others who are going through the same pain and offer encouragement and comfort. Similarly, when we experience Brokenness, we can relate to others and offer comfort and hope.


Brokenness is not something to be ashamed of or feared. When we embrace our Brokenness and surrender it to God, He can transform it into something beautiful. We can have humility, surrender, restoration, and empathy for others when we recognize our Brokenness.

As we journey towards healing and strength, let us remember Psalm 34:18, which says, "The Lord is close to the brokenhearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit."

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