We all have scars on our bodies – personally I have them starting from the top of my head, going right on down to the end of my toes – we all have them.

Most of us can remember the story behind many of them – but the truth is – the most painful scars we carry are the ones we can’t see.

You know the ones I’m talking about – they’re the scars on our heart and deep in our very soul – the scar of rejection from those who didn’t know how to love – the scar of growing up in a home filled with chaos – the scar of disappointment at the loss of a child, and yes – the scar of broken dreams.

Scars – they come in all form and fashion – they come through what’s been done to us by others, as well as – what’s been done through us by our own mistakes and failures.

Either way, they’re our life scars, and no – they’re not something we need to hide from nor be ashamed of – no sweet friends – we need to use the scars of our life to simply share the healing power of Jesus with the hurting world around us.

For you see – a scar basically implies healing.

So yes – we look at the lines and marks of our journey – we call them what they are – “ugly reminders yet beautiful trophies” – for we know that we know that we know – He has a purpose and plan for them.

They’re not here to remind us we’ve been hurt – no way – we have them to remind us that we’ve been healed – we’ve been delivered, and yes – we’ve been set free.

We can be grateful for all our scars – although they may look ugly to some, but to us – they’re simply a beautiful well written story – a story that someone out there may just need to hear.

We are loved by love Himself. He loves us big and He loves us strong, and yes – love wins period

“Come to me all you who are weary and burdened and I will give you rest” Matthew 11:28

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