So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen, since what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal. 2 Corinthians 4:18

The struggles and victories we’re experiencing now are temporary. They are just a tiny mark on the timeline of eternity. In recovery we discover that “this too shall pass.” What we feel is fleeting and often changes from day to day and moment to moment. We have to gaze at God and glance at life. Our focus must be on the eternal so that we don’t get stuck in the things that are momentary.

In recovery, we look past our brokenness to see the eternal. God’s light is able to enter us through our brokenness. It’s through this same brokenness that we can see the eternal light of God in ourselves, and in each other. We have to see through the lens of faith to see what is unseen.

When we see God in our brokenness, we see beauty. God is at work in each of us, using our brokeness to do the miraculus. God always seeks out the broken. God uses the broken, exclusively. God uses the broken because that’s all there is. His light shines outward through our brokenness. We then gaze past the brokenness to see the eternal in each of us.

Written by Jackell

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Lord Jesus,I want to gaze at You and only glimpse at this life. Help me to see through brokeness and into your wonderful light. Thank You for Your beautiful plan for salvation. Help me to continue to grow in You and the life You gave in recovery. Amen.

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