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Healed Hearts

God is the God of so many things. 

Did you know He was (and is) in the heart mending business? 

That's right, He will heal a broken heart in a heartbeat. He will put all the broken pieces back together again and they will be better and more solid than ever before. I often talk about going to God for anything we need to talk to Him about. There is no limit in what we can bring to Him. He never gets tired. 

Have you tried to talk to Him or does it feel like you're talking to the air? Although God is all throughout the atmosphere, He is much more than simple air. He is much bigger than that. He created creation, so us bringing Him our issues is no big deal for Him. We are never a bother to Him. He knows what we are all going through anyway. Why not just discuss it with Him? Why not ask Him to guide you through your circumstances? Why not seek Him to make your heart a more healthy heart? 

Like I said, He's in the heart healing business. He will fix you right on up. I'm telling you, He will do it. He will heal all that ails you when you give Him the opportunity to work in your life. He gives us free will and He is a gentleman so He won't force us to do anything. It's up to us to allow Him to put all the pieces together again. 

Like a puzzle He will fit all the missing pieces. Have you tried Him yet? 
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