Here in this season of Lent, we are so aware of brokenness in our world, in society, in our relationships, in our selves. And that's the amazing thing about God's presence in the world. God transforms the brokenness that we all have ... even Christ's brokenness on the cross.
God, the Great Transformer, the Great Healer, weaves us back together so that the place of our wound, the place of our brokenness becomes the place of our greatest strength.
Beth A. Richardson is Director of Prayer and Worship at The Upper Room. She is author of the book, Christ Beside Me, Christ Within Me: Celtic Blessings.
“Prayer, searching the scripture, and service are means of entering into and sharing the heart, mind, and work of Christ. A balanced spiritual practice helps us get in step with the transforming rhythm of Jesus’ life with God: work and worship, engagement and rest, service and Sabbath, contemplation and action.” Read more.