As she was sharing her frustration, she couldn’t help but blurt out, “Why must I
always be the one to change?”
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As soon as the words left her mouth, they both laughed out loud, not laughing at her
but the truth that hung in the air from those pent-up words now set free.
As soon as those words were spoken, a light went on for her and the release of them
worked like a plug finding its way back to its source.
The story of their lives held several similarities, except her recent season, but all that
Karen shared was relevant for any season of life, no matter what the circumstance.
As her therapist spoke, she was reminded that no one, not even Satan himself or his
minions, could take her faith, her peace, or her spiritual well-being from her unless
she allowed it! While that truth stung, it also worked like a salve, binding up the holes
from the fiery darts the enemy and his minions had been hitting her heart and her
back with for the past two-plus years. “The enemy can only exploit what’s already
there,” Karen said. She knew immediately what needed to go: all the fears that
accompanied the trauma.
As they closed their time in prayer, the vision given to her absolutely took her breath
away while healing her soul. It was of Jesus Himself, bending down and picking up
all the pieces. It wasn’t until the next day that she remembered the verse found in
Psalm 147:3 that confirmed the vision: “He heals the broken-hearted and binds up
Friend, if you have any sort of hole in your heart inflicted upon you by another, one
that you feel you’ve forgiven but you just can’t forget, I pray you press into the Only
one who can bring true healing. To look for any other source of healing is worse than
trying to find a needle in a never-ending haystack!