How To Fix What’s Broken

I thank God every day for my long-suffering husband. He doesn’t let it rattle him when I get into one of my bad-hair-day-life’s-unfair-and-no-one-love’s-me rants. 
And he’s pretty much learned that what I need during those times is just to be heard. I don’t need Mr. Fix-It.

Besides, when it comes to the deep down wounds, there’s only one place to go for mending. 
Only One who can fix a life.
“For the Lord is the great God,
    the great King above all gods.
In his hand are the depths of the earth,
    and the mountain peaks belong to him.”
Psalm 95:3-4 

Are you singing with me? 
“He’s got the whole world in his hands…”

Did you notice the scripture says that God’s hand holds not only mountain peaks but “the depths of the earth”.

And that’s how it is with our lives.
He holds us through the ups and downs and everything in between.

I have to trust Him to hold me together because, when I try to do it myself, I unravel.

I read a great post about this over at Scooper’s place, A la Mode. (Don’t you love that name?) 

 The truth is, we are human. But in the midst of our mess, bad hair days and all, God is faithful. 

And that is something worth singing about.

3 thoughts on “How To Fix What’s Broken

  1. Yes, it is something worth singing about! I’ll be clicking to read your shout out post now. I’m sure I’ll be blessed.

  2. Yes, “only One can fix a life”. We love our husbands to listen though, as ours do.
    My post today is a Scripture too, about rainbows.

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