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Thursday, July 05, 2012

"The Hurt & The Healer"

I wrote this after my last post. It could go on and on. 

If we would have lost her then...
I would not have had to feel so much.
I would not have learned true selflessness.
I would not have been uncomfortable.
I would not have been so connected to her life.
I would not have seen her beautiful face more than ten times.
Or heard her heartbeat every week.
I would not have met many wonderful people.
I would not have pictures of my whole family.
I would not have held her tiny warm body.
I would not hurt as much.
I would not have loved so much.

I heard this song on the radio on Tuesday.

The question that is never far away
The healing doesn’t come from the explained
Jesus please don’t let this go in vain
You’re all I have
All that remains

So here I am

What’s left of me
Where glory meets my suffering

I’m alive

Even though a part of me has died
You take my heart and breathe it back to life
I’ve fallen into Your arms open wide
When the hurt and the healer collide


Sometimes I feel it’s all that I can do
Pain so deep that I can hardly move
Just keep my eyes completely fixed on You
Lord take hold and pull me through

It’s the moment when humanity
Is overcome by majesty
When grace is ushered in for good
And all our scars are understood
When mercy takes its rightful place
And all these questions fade away
When out of the weakness we must bow
And hear You say “It’s over now”

Jesus come and break my fear
Awake my heart and take my tears
Find Your glory even here
When the hurt and the healer collide

Hurt and The Healer - Mercy Me

"Why? The healing doesn't come from the explained." I feel like an answer would be enough for me, but I'm sure it wouldn't. There's probably not a one word answer, or one name answer. There will be a day when "all our scars are understood, and all these questions fade away". I've never heard a song with lyrics like this. That explains the hurt. It's not another cheesy, everything is great song. It talks about the pain & not understanding things that happen. Leaning on Him and trusting that He will pull you through. My new favorite.

Thanks for letting me pour out my thoughts and stuff. I'm glad I started this blog when I did. It's been a great outlet for me. 

1 comment:

NanaDiana said...

Isn't it amazing that you discovered that song just when God knew you needed it most? Blessings- xo Diana