The Loudmouth Protestant

April 26, 2010

A Song for the Brokenhearted

The Lord is near to the brokenhearted and saves the crushed in spirit. Psalm 34:18

I felt compelled to share this verse and the song below because in my own circle there are people dealing with broken hearts and crushed spirits. I myself am on the other side of a broken heart and a crushed spirit and I can confidently say that if it had not been for the Lord who was on my side through the broken heart and crushed spirit, I might not even be able to deliver this message. But, I thank God that He didn’t let me mourn my loss for very long. Everytime I am tempted to be wistful and sad God quickens my spirit and says, “No no no babygirl, I need you to keep moving forward.” And I am moving forward. He’s been like a parent who keeps encouraging their child to get up after they’ve fallen off the bike–or even fallen when they are trying to learn how to walk. I have more to share about how I got over, but for now I will share this song that has ministered to me on countless occasions. I hope that it will minister to you too.

Check back tomorrow for my post on how to quickly mend a broken heart.

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4 Comments »

  1. I love, LOVE, Amo this song! I didn’t realize how old it was! I also love the other song he has….”my heart depends on you, my heart, my heart”… He’s always singing about matters of the hearts and that’s why I love FH.

    Comment by Tracey — April 27, 2010 @ 9:49 am | Reply

  2. Yeah that’s why I love Fred too. He always knows how to speak to the heart of the matter and minister so effectively. He’s like the R&B Prince of gospel music.

    Comment by loudmouthprotestant — April 27, 2010 @ 9:52 am | Reply

  3. YES Ma’am!

    Comment by Jovi — May 3, 2010 @ 1:43 pm | Reply

  4. […] and this song was right on time.  Huge thanks to Nicole for sharing this with me via her blog.  Her own testimony of faith and overcoming a “broken heart”  was encouraging to say […]

    Pingback by Mender of Brokenhearts « Word Up, Haay. — May 3, 2010 @ 8:10 pm | Reply


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