Not every limp is an injury…

Not every limp is an injury, sometimes it’s the touch of God (Gen. 32:25).

Not every limping of God is in the flesh, as with Jacob. For some it is a thorn, as with Paul, for others it is a grief, an illness, an insecurity, or a psychological stressor; but the grace of God that strengthens to the standing and moving in faith is the same, and it is sufficient (II Cor. 12:9).

In Messiah you are not broken, you are whole; sometimes you just limp differently than those around you. The Holy Spirit is always present to support you, as promised. Trust His limping, and grace will strengthen every step, and always go before you. He has made us, “more than conquerors through Him who loved us” (Ro. 8:37).

Be well. Shalom.

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