Broken A Thousand Times


The beauty of brokenness is that our story gets rewritten for the better.

The beauty of brokenness is that our story gets rewritten for the better.


I can relate! Oh how I can relate! I have been broken so many times during my walk with Jesus Christ.  The woman you see today is not the woman that was 25 years ago or even 5 years ago.  I’m most definitely not the young girl that was being abused,  despised and mistreated.  I’ve come a long way, baby!

Brokenness is not a bad thing. In fact, there is beauty in brokenness.  You see, when we allow our loving Lord and Savior to break the things in us that are dulled, unfinished, unreadable, unusable by Him or that simply don’t fit, it means we get sharpened so the rest of the story can be written as it should be.

The details of everyone’s story were planned out long ago.  The storyline was laid out long before the story ever began.  Every page and every word, takes our story either toward or away from that plan and storyline.

Sometimes…ok, very often….the story needs editing and a re-write needs to be done.    It’s necessary for the good of the story. For the good of our story. For the good of us. For the good of those around us.

Our Father God loves us so much that He’s more than willing to re-write the words that have been written in our souls by people and experiences in our life.  We carry a lot of junk around, often more than we know.  That is just a simple truth.

We should always be willing to be broken and sharpened so that our story gets written as it was intended to be by the author and finisher of our faith.  Because like it or not, there are people reading that story.  And that helps write their story.


Love & Blessings!




About Ginger Moore

I'm a fun-loving Christian wife and homeschooling mom, the founder, CEO and owner of Neos Creations Skin Care, and the founder of At Home Woman, a community and ministry for women. I love what I do and I do what I love. Although passionate about many things, my greatest passions are my roles as a christian, a wife, a mother and an independent small business owner. You will get to know me as I unfold before you on these pages. Since I'm often told that I'm a talker, I do hope that comes out through my fingertips as I write about my industry on the Neos Creations blog and reveal myself, my life and the world as I see it on the At Home Woman blog.

Posted on January 10, 2013, in At Home Faith and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I like this blog post. I could have written it myself, I relate to it so much. Broken and poured out means my heart has been softened, grace has come in and the Spirit is working to make me like my Lord. Thanks for sharing.
    I look forward to getting to know you better through your blog.

    • Thank you for reading and commenting Penny. It’s a wonderful thing, isn’t it! Our Lord is so loving and gentle with us as He fills us up with more of HIM. I love when the Holy Spirit moves with power to grow me in Godliness for The Father’s purpose and plan for me….and ultimately for everyone around me. Dying to self and flesh is not easy and yes, it more often than not can be very painful. But the result is a tapestry that reveals Christ and the goodness of our heavenly Father.

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