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I can’t remember the state of mind I was in at the time I wrote this, but I love that it exudes hope. I love that God is a DIY connoisseur, and He doesn’t look to, or wait for anyone to do His work. I love that His work is always good.

I come to Him as a hodgepodge of life happening, and He empties out the scrambled pockets, not to be discarded, but to be used in the building of something new. Something of a masterpiece, pieced together by hands that give life.

When it seems like there is not much to be thankful for, look again. Sometimes, its just a matter of unfolding what has been scrunched up and tossed aside.

I hope this blesses you…xoxo

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One Reply to “Watered π•Šπ•”π•£π•šπ•‘π•₯𝕀”

  1. Broken crayons to colour the world BOLD! Wow… that’s really nice. Honestly reading through the Bible lately, it’s so clear how God makes a habit of using imperfect people to show us that he doesn’t desire perfection (in fact far from it) … all he needs is a willing heart, no matter how broken πŸ™‚ ❀

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