“I want to love in a way that frees people from the muck. I know I can’t love without blemish, but I really want to love people well. People, made in the image of God, all of us wounded and struggling, hidden and weak, need all the grace and love we can get. We fumble, we give pretense, we want to control our image because it hurts and its humiliating to be found out.
But what if we loved all the more those who were “found out”? What if we loved ourselves all the more because we are already “found out” by the One who weaved us?
Living “found out” is a magnificent way to live, because although humbling, it is also the most surest way to be moldable in the hands of a gracious God.”–
- Photo Credit: Dancing in the rain by Jenny Stone