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Blessed are those who mourn

Loss. Heartbreak. How on earth could any good come of such sadness? How on earth could one ever be grateful for such devastation?

Matthew 5:4 tells us, “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”

But it doesn’t make sense at first. It doesn’t make sense when you’re walking in it. It doesn’t make sense when you’re living it. How could such pain be considered a blessing?

God loves to step into our mess. It’s in the mess that He does His best work. It’s in the mess that His glory can be seen. It’s from the mess that He loves to make a masterpiece.

He comforts us, He truly comforts us. His presence can overwhelm us, wrapping us in His love and tenderness. He is near to the brokenhearted. He collects each tear and weeps with us.

He strengthens us. He can reach into the deepest crevices of our broken heart and mend them. He can stitch us back together. He takes the weight of our burdens. He teaches us to rely on and trust in Him.

He loves us with an everlasting love. He can amaze us with His all-consuming, overwhelmingly personal and intimate love for us. He can show Himself to us in the most beautiful of ways. He keeps His promises to us. He has wonderful plans for us.

Yes, blessed are those who mourn.

Blessed are those who trust in Him. He loves us and He cares for us. He will bring us out of the storm. He will restore our brokenness. He will make us new. He will give us a beautiful future beyond what we could ever imagine. He is good. He is perfect. He loves His children dearly.

And He especially loves you. Have faith, friend. He sees you. He hears you. He knows exactly where you are right now. He has got you. Stay the course with Him. He will bring you into the light. Believe it.

Pieces of Jessika©


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