Prayerfully Speaking

Hope from the Truths of God's Word

Broken Down and Put Together

I found a great prayer reading the Bible today. My mind has been in high gear for quite a while now and I needed to break down what I was reading so that I could put it together in my mind.

I am so thankful that the information below is true for me….and for you. It is my prayer for both of us.

May God give me eyes to see how He is putting me together.

May God give me eyes to see how He is putting me together.

Hebrews 13: 20-21 MSG

May God who puts all things together, makes all things whole, Who made a lasting mark through the sacrifice of blood that sealed the eternal covenant, Who led Jesus, our Great Shepherd up and alive from the dead,

Now put you together, provide you with everything you need to please him, Make us into what gives him most pleasure, by means of the sacrifice of Jesus, the Messiah.

God puts all things together

God makes all things whole

God made a lasting mark – an unbreakable promise by sacrificing Jesus

Jesus is our Great Shepherd – leading me to God, protecting me, showing me how to live

God in his love for me raised Jesus from the dead

God is powerful enough to raise people from the dead

This is the God who can and will…

Put me together

Provides me with everything…… I need to please Him.

Transform me, mold me into the me that He had in mind

Created me to enjoy me and is kind enough to help me do so

God ensured that I qualified for this goodness, provision, and transforming power

God asked Jesus to submit to a humiliating and painful death

Jesus’ death gave me all rights to God’s perfect love.

I am loved.

This love is and was active.

I receive this “putting together”

I receive this wholeness

I use this “put togetherness”, “wholeness” in order to delight this same God.

My love for God is active and ongoing.

His love for me came first.

About Jennifer O. White

I'm a simple wife who has discovered God's amazing gift of prayer. Here at Prayerfully Speaking I share my journey of unwrapping this gift. God invites us to ask Him, but His enemy works diligently to keep that from happening. I hope to offer you encouragement to believe God is ready to pour more into your life than you've ever imaged.

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  1. Connie

    You are also a tapestry, my dear. That’s my favorite illustration because we are seeing ourselves as the under side of a quilt being made, knotted threads, tangles, lots of dangling ends…quite a mess! However, God is seeing from above, the finished product. Praise God!