A Prayer for the Broken

I have loved you with an everlasting love; therefore I have continued my faithfulness to you. Again I will build you, and you shall be built.

‭‭Jeremiah‬ ‭31:3-4‬

If you are in a season of brokenness, pray this prayer. Let it be the raw beginning of your healing process. Let the Lord begin to build you again.  ‭

Dear Lord, thank you for being a God of restoration.

You are a Father who draws us to yourself, a perfect God who is slow to anger and abounding in love. (Psalm 103:8)

I live in a very broken world, full of real hurts and seasons of loneliness.

Lord, as I surrender my brokenness to you, would you meet me where I am and clothe me with your affections.

It is in your Perfect love that all fear is cast out. (1 John 4:18)

You declare, “I have loved you with an everlasting love.” (Jeremiah. 31:3)

This is not a love that must be earned. I do not have to be “good enough” for you to bestow your love and acceptance upon me. You love me because I am yours. You love me because I am apart of you, crafted in your image. You call me beloved child. You are a father to the fatherless, a savior to the sinner, a comforter to the brokenhearted, you are a lover to the unloved, and you are hope to the hopeless.

You are the source of all restoration, the only hope for humanity.

Daddy, I surrender to you humbly, yet boldly. Deliver me from my fears; heal my deep wounds, restore my joy, cover me in your peace, and be exactly what I need.

You are just that, the only one I need.

Here is my brokenness. I place it at your feet, oh Lord.  It is messy, but honest.

Thank you for your perfect, healing, cleansing love; your everlasting love.

 

 

Today Things Change

Today things change. 

Today I will live a life worth living. 

I will not be lazy.

I will give my all in everything I do, 

even if I’m the only one who will know. 

I will push myself: 

Mentally- to have a strong mind that knows I can do what I think I can.

Physically- to have a strong body that shows I can do what I think I can. 

Spiritually- to have a strong sense of morality to live how I know I can. 

I will be an example of excellence:

No cut corners, nothing left undone. 

I am capable because I daily renew my mind.

What I think matters because it determines what I do. 

What I do matters because it determines who I am. 

Who I am matters, therefore I will remember that my small, daily decisions produce the large outcomes of my life. 

Today things change. 

– Kimberly Liette 
  

Bringing Home Baby

The first day of little Parker Joel’s life. Daddy holding you- he’s so in love 


The moment I had been awaiting- meeting you for the first time.You were more perfect than I ever imagined. You’re all ready to go home in your car seat . We made it home together- you’re never gonna leave these arms. Unless it’s because your in daddy’s arms. We love you so so so much. You’re an answered prayer. 
Xoxo, 

Mama 

Dreaming of our prince Parker

Our sweet baby boy is almost two months old now (what?!), but before we met him, we were eagerly anticipating his arrival. I’m blessed to be a momma, but also to be Brady Joel’s wife. For without my handsome Brady, Parker would not be. 

Parkerspiritual light 

Joelmessenger of God 

The importance of a name dwells deep into a soul. It’s the essence of who we are. It’s what we are called, everyday by everyone. Words are powerful- God created the magnificent heaven and earth with only his words. In the same way, names are powerful- creating our identity and even our personalities. This I believe. Remember who you are and live it boldly. 
Xoxo, 

Kimberly Ann 

Photo credit: Blaise Clark 

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