Unbroken

Brokenness is not stress.

Brokenness is not poverty and struggling to pay bills.

Brokenness is not disease, illness, or death.

Brokenness is not anxiety or depression.

Brokenness is not reaping the fruits of past sins.

Brokenness is not remorse.

Brokenness is not shame.

Brokenness is not guilt.

Brokenness is not repaying debts or attempting to make restitution.

Brokenness is not regret.

Brokenness is not bitterness.

Brokenness is not grieving over your condition.

Brokenness is not “trying harder.”

Brokenness is not “doing your best.”

Brokenness is not rededicating your life.

Brokenness is not behavioral modification.

Brokenness is not conforming to a standard.

Brokenness is not intellectually acknowledging God’s holiness or righteous rebuke.

Brokenness is not performance.

Brokenness is not “doing time” to make up for wrongs done.

Brokenness is not trying to “fix it.”

Brokenness is not making an effort to do better or be a different person.

If you can bring a sacrifice to the altar to pay for your sins, you do not need to be broken.

Brokenness is humility.

Brokenness is intercession.

Brokenness is knowing God as He wants to be known.

Brokenness is taking God at His word.

Brokenness is surrender.

Brokenness is discipleship.

Brokenness is laying down your life.

Brokenness is resting.

Brokenness is entering a covenant.

Brokenness is severing ties with old spirits.

Brokenness is hunger.

Brokenness is thirst.

 

Brokenness is faith.

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