When I Asked God to Break My Heart

July 25, 2014 | 0 comments

I know mothers who think they’re not mother enough, pastors who think they’re not pastor enough. I know accomplished Christian writers who think they’re not writer enough.

One of the most famous artists in history thought he wasn’t artist enough: “I have offended God and mankind because my work didn’t reach the quality it should have.” So said Leonardo DaVinci, the artist who brush-stroked the face of Jesus in the most reproduced religion painting of all time: The Last Supper. I had enough of those not-enoughs. And I went to the place where the not-enoughs go to die–the feet of my Savior. And this is what I discovered…

Read more at the blog of Margaret Feinberg. Margaret is a Bible teacher and author whose books I’ve read for the last decade. A joy to be writing on her blog today



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