Turn. He Is There.



Some of us live in this space — we don’t know yet. We are sitting outside a broken dream weeping into our hands and watching the sand fall through tired fingers. It’s gone. We can’t possibly know how it will get better.

It could be that nothing around you gets better. But He is there, extending grace within the swirling mess of a hostile world.

It could be that people around you don’t change. But He is there, growing you to change when others do not.

It could be that you get stuck at the obstacle once more. But He is there, having already removed every obstacle between you and Him at the cross, empowering you for so much better than you think.

In your crushed, swollen chest where the hurt pulls in: Christ comes to fill the broken places like so much water in cracked earth, new breath stretching your lungs, so we may thrive and bloom and stand on our shaking feet again.

Turn. He is there.

— J.S from What The Church Won’t Talk About

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8 thoughts on “Turn. He Is There.

  1. Reblogged this on Grace Room and commented:
    Today in my lunch time, I read this blog “Turn. He Is There.” The statement were short, but the meaning really wake me up. Yes, He is here by my side & understand all the problem in my life. Although my problem still hanging there, but I know Christ is here, extending grace within my problem. Even the people I hope to understand still don’t understand, but I know Christ is here, growing me to change when others do not. Even in my crushed, swollen chest where the hurt pulls in, Christ comes to fill the broken places like so much water in cracked earth. The living water make everything get alive. Below is the blog that I read & I reblog from here : JS Park

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