I have scars. I have a scar above my eye-brow and was told I fell in the bath tub when I was a small child. I have a scar on my hand where I cut it while washing a glass. But I also have deep inner scars that through much work have been healed.
I Love Dena's words in this chapter. If we can take these few words, apply them to our minds, then perhaps something magical might happen to our hearts. Perhaps we might find hope . . .perseverance . . .God.
In the midst of our struggles, suffering, and trials, we come to see Jesus as who we want to see. Like Mary and Martha we understand Him to be "this" or "that" but God wants to reveal so much more. He wants us to see that when we are thirsty, He is water; when we are h...
The wound Hagar experienced from Sarah wasn’t the last wound Sarah would project onto Hagar. The last wound ended with Hagar and her son thrust out into the desert. I can’t imagine how she may have felt.