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I think we need to get past the stigma that this healing, restoring God ‘ruins us’ as if emotional and spiritual ruin is beautiful. Christ doesn’t ruin us, He builds us. He doesn’t wreck us, He wrecks the parts that aren’t us. As believers our identity has radically changed from ‘rebellious’ to a more magnificent title: righteous, being totally restored and redeemed by God’s love. No, we are no longer ‘sinners saved by grace’: that name ‘sinner’ left when Jesus died on the cross. Before Christ we were in desperate need of saving, and by his blood we went from wicked to holy and blameless. That’s right, blameless. This doesn’t mean we are without fault, after all we are still very much influenced by our own worldly lusts, but the Spirit of God that so richly dwells within us pushes us to seek things of nobility and honour. So, what God wrecks is not supposed to be part of us, that suggests our identity is still found in our brokenness; our failure, but he takes our messiness, and our fear, and our shame, and purifies us through the fires of His great love. I think the more we hear that God is wrecking us, we start to feel the weight of what’s being torn off instead of seeing what God is building in us: Home.
Emma, God Is Building Heaven In Us (via foreverbeingmadebeautiful)

(via foreverbeingmadebeautiful)

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