Years ago as a child watched their dad leave home to never come back. He/ she can grow up either with the mindset of I will never do that, or it was done to me so I will do to you. That act set a course of a broken heart.
That boy/girlfriend we adored so much that we just knew they would be “the one”. Yet they cheated, an act one would think would never happen and it did. The relationship once adored has ended, and now that action has set a course of a broken heart.
A parent has died and the grief can be at times unbearable. It is a time where you think siblings will unite the most. Yet that one sibling caused so much chaos at a time of vulnerability. Their actions caused a separation and set a course of a broken heart.
That son/daughter that went on to fight for our country and their parents were filled with honor and pride over their child. Yet that parent found their child never came back home, or they returned not to be the same. Once what was looked upon as an honor has now turned into anger and dismay. That act set a course of a broken heart.
How many of us is fine looking on the outside, but walking around with a broken heart?
A broken heart can make you say statements like “never again”, I’m done, or “I just give up”.
A broken heart can open up the door to depression, bitterness, anger, and defeat.
A broken heart can be a silent killer from within.
He heals the broken in heart, and bind up their wounds.
Guess what, God is concern about our broken hearts. He wants to heal them. He wants to release that person that has never forgiven that dad for leaving. He wants to heal that person that got damage by a relationship. He wants to heal that person that may have experience a sexual assault. He wants to heal all broken hearts.
See there is a freedom that comes upon our lives when we allow God to heal the deep wounds we have hidden from the outside. It’s those deep wounds that can cause a hindrance in our growth with God. He wants our hearts. So I encourage you to give him your broken heart and let him heal in Jesus name.