Greetings in the wonderful name of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ

Today’s Inspiration


Luke 24:30

30 When he was at the table with them, he took the bread and blessed and broke it and gave it to them.

After Jesus has taken and blessed the bread, He broke it. After God has chosen and blessed you, He breaks you! When God has blessed and prospered us, we tend to forget that we are living in the world of sin and darkness. We tend to think that other people of this world are suffering in misfortunes, poverty, and sickness simply because of the sins they have committed. We become so proud in life, thinking that the reason we are blessed and prospering in life is simply because of our righteous living. We have convinced ourselves that God is obligated to bless us because of our good works. In our pride, we think that others are suffering because of their bad works. Consequently, we fail to have compassion for others. Therefore, God must break us before He can use us in the world.

The root problem in this world is the original sin. Our acts of sins, even though we are accountable for them, result from the original sin. Adam’s sin of disobedience is the main reason for all suffering in the world. While God is still sovereign, satan has become the god of this world because of sin (2 Cor 4:4).  We are not of this world. It is important that we remember these facts when we minister to others.

Brokenness, in God’s eyes, is being so crushed by the sin and darkness of the world that we recognize there is no place to turn but to God. A person who was not broken before is full of pride. God allows us to be broken to get rid of pride.

God heals the brokenhearted and bandages their wounds (Psalm 147:3). God is close to the broken-hearted and saves those who are crushed in spirit (Psalm 34:18). The world despises broken things and throws them away. But God takes what has been broken and remakes it into something better, something that He can use for His glory.

Come on, let’s go back to God. He hurt us, but he will heal us. He hit us hard, but he will put us right again (Hos 6:1).


From Paulos Moloi.

Stay blessed.

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