Good people, have you been so broken? Well, I have some good news for you; God Allowed You To Be Broken—For a Reason.

I have a question for you: Who does the Kingdom of God belong to?

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This isn’t rhetorical. Understanding this is the key to your recovery, and you’ll flounder until you do.

OK, here’s the answer: It belongs to the poor in spirit—to paupers. In our day, it would be “the homeless.” God’s Kingdom—the only place that really counts—does not belong to those who are beautiful, successful, or rich. It belongs to those who are broken—to those who have been crushed, discarded, and cast aside. It belongs to those who are considered expendable and useless.

Isn’t that how you feel right now—broken, discarded, and useless? Does that description fit you?

If so, then the Kingdom of God belongs to you. Or, more accurately, it can belong to you. Your experience has probably left you spiritually bankrupt. That’s good. It means you’re half way there, but that’s all—half way.

In some ways, it’s the most difficult half; in others, it’s by far the least. Having been abused and shattered, you know what it’s like to have your spirit broken. The hard part is realizing that this was a good thing—not a bad thing.

Think about that today because it gets more difficult tomorrow.

God bless you.

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