Jesus Came For What’s Broken

Tuesday, April 30th, 2024

Jesus did not come to see what you have is normal, He came for what you have that is broken.
Reggie Dabbs


Hello, GOD TV family, friends, and partners! It is good to be with you again. Of course, I’m Reggie Dabbs. Let me tell you a Bible story that I find a little bit different. One day, Jesus was up to speak, and He looked at a man in the crowd. When he looked at the man, he said to stretch out your hand. Now here’s what’s crazy! The man who Jesus was talking to had a withered hand. So his hand didn’t straighten out like his other one. So he had one hand that was normal, and one hand that was crippled.

I know some of you are like, “so what’s the strange thing about that?” It’s what the man did. Jesus said, “stretch out your hand”. And you know what he did? He stretched out his crippled hand. There’s no way I would have done that. If I had a withered hand or a crippled hand, I would wear long sleeve shirts and leave it on so I could hide what was broken and show what was like everyone else.

But Jesus did not come to see what you have is normal, He came for what you have that is broken. What’s messed up in your life. And he has a way of changing everything. The Bible says, the man stretched out his withered hand and immediately it was made whole, and it was as if it was the other hand. See, that’s what Jesus can do. It doesn’t take him long: in just a moment, he can take the broken, messed up things of your life and make it okay. All we have to do is let Him. Let Him. Ask Him to help us. 

In Romans chapter 10 verse 9, if you declare with your mouth that Jesus Christ is lord and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. So what’s broken in your life? What’s withered in your life? Is it sin today? Whatever it is, say yes to Jesus. And Im gonna help you. Just say this prayer. Jesus, I give you my life. I believe that God raised you from the dead. So today I can find hope. So God, take the broken, the withered, the messed up in me. And make it whole. Because you can. In Jesus Name, amen.