By Matthew Brewer
Emotional scarring is so different. The heart is tender, and when it is broken, sometimes the damage seems irreparable. As Christians, we know that God can repair all of our brokenness, but let’s face it….we are still humans, and in our frailty as a human, oftentimes we still hurt. That doesn’t make us less of a Christian. That doesn’t make us less of a Child of God. What that makes us is a real-live human being with human frailty who is not perfect.
Now looking at a scar, I try not to remember what caused the scar, but rather, I try to remember that healing has taken place. Scars sometimes remind me of times I should have listened but didn’t. Ultimately though, scars are a reminder of the healing that has happened in our mind, body, and soul. Scars will always be with us, and so will the ONE who healed us!
II Corinthians 4: 8-10
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