Take a close look.
See the BOOTS?
A little girl named Molly lent me her cowgirl boots for my speech for the Renew Therapeutic Riding Center’s fundraiser in Holland, Michigan last week.
Wearing Molly’s boots did something deep within my soul.
Her little pair of boots taught me:
What missing piece is glaring at you today?
God has big plans for using that very missing piece to bless you and others. Join me. Borrow someone’s walkin’ boots and let’s bring a smile and an Alleluia for the God who fills our missing pieces with Himself.
How blessed I am when I hear how His Majesty in Brokenness is being used!
The following e-mail is from my former roommate, Cathy Binkley Padgett, who I met while attending Campus Crusade for Christ’s IBS at Arrowhead Springs in the sixties. I’m sure my removable legs were a shocker to her but God used them to prepare her, to strengthen her and to show her His presence in brokenness as she would experience the pain of her son Troy’s severe and fatal disability in his adult life.
In Christ nothing is wasted. After reading her note, take a reflective moment and ask yourself, “How has His Majesty prepared and strengthened me for a humanly impossible situation?”
JUDY SQUIER has authored His Majesty in Brokenness, Living in the Names of God and the Living in the Names Bible Study. Husband David and she have three adult daughters, three sons-in-law and seven grandchildren. Never did Mr. and Mrs. Squier dream that their long-awaited golden wedding anniversary would coincide with David’s memorial service. Judy resides in southern Oregon, alone, yet not alone. Thanks to the Good Shepherd!