small broken things, we

I sit here on my pew saving seats for my teenagers who may be here for this special conference just before it starts.

The women's choir is warming up and I see the alto on the front row getting choked up, unable to get the words

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"Praise the Lord of small broken things, who comforts our sorrows and washes our feet...
Praise the Lord of the faint and afraid...
He sees His dear children through mercy-filled eyes..."

She is wearing a silky dark green shirt and is holding her head tilted so that her long bangs fall over her eyes and hide her emotion.

But I see her. I see that there may be cracks in her eyes. Maybe in her heart.

We are the small things, yet grand. We are nothing, yet can have everything. 

And so I pray to be washed and made clean so that when I see Him I will be ready.  And He will see me.


Momza | October 28, 2012 at 8:39 PM

And this is why I admire you. Your eyes see inside of hearts.

Bonnie | October 28, 2012 at 9:19 PM

I wasn't close enough to see her specifically, but I wept all through the meeting. It was a good day with much good, and many good, healing insights. When broken hearts fill, the cracks are less noticeable.

Jenny Lynn | October 29, 2012 at 7:01 AM

I thought for a moment you might be describing me. These days when I get to Sunday. I just seem to be a crying basket case. Who knows why? Because I don't. But, I do see a change here. The missionaries challenge my hubby to attend church. It was the first time in a long time.

wendy | October 29, 2012 at 11:15 AM

Just so beautiful Kazzy.
Many times I feel a little "broken", yet I know HE is there for me always to comfort me. I HAVE tears in my eyes

DeNae / SHP | October 29, 2012 at 11:41 PM

Not sure what to say, but I love your deeply compassionate heart. And the title of this post is exquisite. xoxo