I am Hole-ly but He loves me Wholly

My existence on earth has got plenty of holes (Sometimes black but mostly colourful).

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And everyday, the Lord takes time to fill in these empty crevices with His grace.

It can be in the form of an undiscovered verse in the bible suddenly illuminating me, a song with lyrics that break my saddened spirit, or a miraculous encounter which could not have been without the assistance of angels. A kind and warm word from a seemingly knowing stranger.

I am not altogether myself daily; I am not an automated being that can forever rest on the laurels of what worked yesterday. I am a human; and that indicates an ever changing nature of thoughts and feelings, irrelevant or relevant, damaging or not, good or bad.

I get assaulted by rude words and hurtful experiences, and sometimes I define myself by them.

These are the holes in my existence, and the Lord fills them in unfailingly day after day. Not all at once, but according to His highest willingness.

Everyday, I am confronted with many different graces, but at the heart of them all, is this: “I gave up my Son for you, will I not give up everything else that aligns to my dreams for you?

You are everchanging, my love is unchanging. You are weak, I am strong. You are care-full, I will bear those cares if you would cast them on me. I am the great Mountain, and I echo unending graces for My mountain sheep. I let you lie down in the best pastures, you just need to listen and rest in my promises. Nothing can separate us, and knowing this will make you bold in Me.”

And thus the cement is poured into another empty space; He is so sweet a perfector, so tender a Father and so kind a Saviour.

Have a lovely Sunday, friends :-)

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9 thoughts on “I am Hole-ly but He loves me Wholly

  1. Word Bartender February 1, 2015 / 4:15 pm

    Judging by your post, you must be a committed Christian.

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    • Curious Cat February 1, 2015 / 4:19 pm

      Haha thats right ;-) im the curious christian cat! Not a cat lover though.

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      • Word Bartender February 1, 2015 / 4:27 pm

        And I thought that Singaporeans only embrace Chinese religions. Facepalm. Am I right? You speak Mandarin too?

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      • Curious Cat February 1, 2015 / 4:30 pm

        Haha that’s right. I speak mandarin too! Are you a Christian too?

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      • Word Bartender February 1, 2015 / 4:33 pm

        Yep. Cool language tho. I’m a Roman Catholic Christian :)

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      • Word Bartender February 2, 2015 / 9:07 am

        What made you think to come up with such name? Are you inspired with the idiom “Curiosity kills the cat.”? haha

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