Twitter Thread, Broken-heartedness, and Redemption

Twitter Thread

Last night, I read of a Twitter thread of a young ‘transgender’ named Janz Tero who was fooled by a once bullied woman Sam Morales. Sam said she did everything as a form of revenge to the LGBT community who bullied her when she was younger. While reading the thread, all I could think of was how crushed everyone was. Every person in the issue is a victim. Every character involved in this movie-like thread had their own personal reasons and at this point, I can imagine how crushed everyone involved is. Janz, being fooled, Bilko being used, Sam- probably in utter humiliation of what happened, and all the other new characters on the sidelines rising up who were also schemed.

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I’m not here to blame any person involved. I’m pointing out that to be in any of those people’s shoes right now can be so crushing. Well, maybe our situation is less or even worse than what they are facing, but this is God’s promise to those who come to him for help: He is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. We may have had our lapses that caused us to be in the middle of the problematic situation we are in, but we can come to the Lord for help.

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Nothing is too difficult for God to do. No person is too far not to be redeemed. God has redeemed many people from shame, from chaos, from their deepest pits, and gave them brand new hope and life.

We just have to come to God and be true to ourselves and to God that we can’t fix things on our own.

I think the perfect song for this is Lift Up Your Hands by Basil Valdez

And He said, “Cast your burdens upon Me
Those who are heavily laden,
Come to Me, all of you who are tired
Of carrying heavy loads,
For the yoke I will give you is easy
And My burden is light,
Come to Me and I will give you rest.”

This post is part of a recent post about God’s Promises During Tough Times.

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22 thoughts on “Twitter Thread, Broken-heartedness, and Redemption

    1. Me too. =) It is “light” he promised. haha We sometimes carry burdens too heavy for us to bear when God is opening his arms waiting for us to give it to him and replace it with a lighter one. =)

  1. Redemption. What a beautiful word. I’m glad that He has redeemed and covered by wounds. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Amen Sister … nothing is too difficult for God. No person is ever too far to not be redeemed. God has redeemed me from shame and my deepest pit. He gave me a brand new hope and life. ❤

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