The Body of Christ may have a thousand different opinions, a thousand fractions and divisions, and circles. But there’s not one of us that isn’t broken in some way.Read more here.
And acknowledging our own brokenness is what makes high walls between people crumble.
Because it turns out — that when you know you are broken – it’s always your pointing finger that is broken.
You can’t point at anyone else anymore as the only sinner.
Brokenness breaks us from our need to be “right” and breaks us open to our need to extend the grace we have been given.
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
Who is not broken in some way?
Ann Voskamp writes,