The Heart Surgeon

He heals the brokenhearted And binds up their wounds. (Psalm 147:3, Holy Bible, New King James Version)

The human body has a natural healing process. Cut your finger and within days, new skin forms to seal the open wound. Deeper cuts may need stitches but still heal within a few weeks. Break a bone and the knitting process initializes to seal the gap and regrow the bone. Severe breaks or shattered bone may need surgery, but even then, the natural process is at work to strengthen the bones.

Healing a broken heart, unlike physical wounds, can be a slow and painful journey with the absence of specific healing properties to rush to the injured area. No ointment can soothe the pain. Counselors can help, but emotional well-being needs a touch from the Great Healer.

The Voice translation says “He… heals the sorrows of their hearts.” When the wound is too deep, God is there for you.

Prayer: Lord, thank You for emotional healing. Your touch has healed the sorrows of my heart. Amen.

Devotion by Violet Carr Moore

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