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ZOOM WORSHIP SERVICE

We have returned to In-Person Worship Service at 10:15 A.M.  You may also join us for our Zoom Video and Phone Conference Worship Service at 10:15 A.M. and Facebook Live.  Prayer Meeting and Church School, Wednesdays beginning at 6:30 P.M. on Zoom.

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CRUSHED AND BEAUTIFUL!

My sacrifice, O God, is a broken spirit; a broken and contrite heart.  Psalm 51:17

TODAY'S INSIGHT

TUESDAY, AUGUST 16 (PSALM 51:10-17)


God loves to take aspects of our lives where we’ve been crushed and broken and create something new and beautiful. King David needed God’s help to repair the brokenness in his life caused by his own devastating actions. In Psalm 51, written after admitting to abusing his kingly power to take another man’s wife and arrange the murder of her husband, David offered God his “broken and contrite heart” (v. 17) and pleaded for mercy. The Hebrew word translated “contrite” is nidkeh, meaning “crushed.”


For God to refashion his heart (v. 10), David had to first offer Him the broken pieces. It was both an admission of sorrow and trust. David entrusted his heart to a faithful and forgiving God, who lovingly takes what’s been crushed and transforms it into something beautiful.

Reflect & Pray

What parts of your heart are crushed? How might you entrust your brokenness to God?  Dear God, I entrust my brokenness to You, believing that in Your time, You'll transform it into something truly beautiful.

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