If you came over from Encouragement for Today, I’m so glad you here.
Jesus came to heal hurting hearts.
Brokenness happens. Tragedy, sin, or the painful choices of others all have the ability to disrupt our lives. That may lead us to try to fix our own brokenness with less than hoped for results.
You were on the heart of Jesus when He stepped in front of a crowd who wondered why Jesus was even here. His response was His mission statement.
I have come to open the eyes of the blind.
I have come to heal the brokenhearted.
I have good news to share.
I have come to set the oppressed free, and break the chains of those in bondage.
There are things that we can do to heal, and those are important, but your heart can be restored by the powerful truth outlined in Jesus’ mission statement in Luke 4:18-19.
Sometimes we just need to know where to begin, how to trust, how to give and receive grace, and how to move ahead stronger . . . even if others don’t move with you.
It’s my joy to offer you a gift today: Just click to download the Introduction and Chapter One of The Mended Heart: God’s Healing for Your Broken Places.
Read through, and if you want to know more or you want to share it with others, then my prayer is that you’ll pick up the book and start the journey, Bible, journal, pen, and Jesus by the hand.
If you are struggling with forgiving what has taken place, I’d love to offer you another free gift: The Introduction and Chapter One of The Unburdened Heart: Finding the Freedom of Forgiveness.
I also hope you’ll subscribe to this blog, for in just a few days we’ll start together a study over The Mended Heart.
We’ll dig in deep together to see what scripture has to say, and what gets in the way of healing, and where or what we can do next.
Last, I am excited to give away a copy of the book, The Mended Heart, to one of you who comments today.
Will you share with me how Jesus has set your heart free? Or allow me to pray with you as you take your journey to wholeness.