Tag Archives: brokenness

Parable of the broken vase

The kingdom of God is like two women who each broke a precious vase. The first woman swept up the shards and threw them away. The second woman wept, then carefully glued the vase back together. It could no longer … Continue reading

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Break this death

My body fears me and I fear my body: Break this death, O Lord © Meissan Chan

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Be confident in your face, says the Lord

Be confident in your face, says the Lord – you do not need a mask, for it blocks your true power © Meisaan Chan

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Nothing is not connected

Nothing is not connected healing feeds all resentment poisons all © Meisaan Chan

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The wounds, watched

Come, come to me, says the Lord – then the healing will proceed as planned then the wounds, watched, will heal © Meisaan Chan

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One starting point for compassion

The cruel are often fragile, acting out of brokenness © Meisaan Chan

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The wound denied

The wound denied is the wound that will control you © Meisaan Chan

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