Wounded Healer-Sanador Herido



Do we practice sin? If we are totally sincere with ourselves our answer outght to be “yes”. Most the time we are thinking more about ourselves than anything else. The true is that I can only be, what I want to be, if I recognize that I can not be unless God is the one being in me. The miracle is not for the thorn to be taken away, the miracle is to run into the deep waters. This was Paul’s remainder in his ministry, always looking into his flesh and deciding to move into deep waters. Taking this in consideration, I would love to minister as a wounded healer nothing more nothing less. And I can hear God saying to me the same words he gave to another broken man, “You belong to me, and no one will ever snatch you from my hand. I have changed your name. No longer shall you be called ashamed, guilt-ridden, lonely, and much-afraid. Your new name is ‘child of mine, broken and beloved, playful and joy of my heart”*

Practicamos el pecado? Si somos totalmente sinceros con nosotros mismos nuestra respuesta deberia ser “si”. Casi todo el tiempo estamos pensando mas en nosotos mismos que en cualquier otra cosa. La verdad es que yo solo puedo ser lo que quiero ser, si reconozco que no puedo ser a menos que Dios sea. El milagro no es que nuestras espinas sean quitadas, el milagro es que podamos correr a aguas profundas. Esto esra el recordatorio continuo de Pablo en su ministerio, siempre viendo su debilidad y decidiendo moverse a aguas mas profundas. Tomanodo esto en consideracion, a mi me gustaria ministras como un sanador herido, no mas, no menos. Y puedo escuchar a Dios diciendome las mismas palabras que le dijo a un hombre quebrantado, “Tu me perteneces, y nadie te apartara de mi mano. Te he cambiado tu nombre. No seras llamado mas el avergonzado, el que camina en culpa, el solo o el temeroso. Tu nuevo nombre es ‘hijo mio, el quebrantado y amado, el jugueton y la alegria de mi corazon”*

*Brennan Manning, The Wisdom Of Tenderness, pg, 145

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