That was the first time I can distinctly remember knowing the need to embrace the cross. I began to understand then that my worst enemy was my own stubborn, unbroken life.


Since then, many more times I have gone through similar experiences. That one time was not the end.


Wherever we are, wherever the Lord has placed us, we need to be sensitive to not resisting brokenness in our lives, ultimately delaying the good work He is trying to fulfill in us. The only person that can delay God’s promise in your life is you—by resisting His breaking.

Other articles in the series "The Beauty of Christ Through Brokenness"
When the Enemy is Us

Why We Need to Be Broken

What Does it Take to be Esteemed by God?

K.P. Yohannan is the founder and international director of Gospel for Asia. He has written more than 200 books published in India and six in the United States, including Revolution in World Missions, a national best-seller with more than 1.5 million copies in print. He and his wife, Gisela, have two grown children, Daniel and Sarah, who are both serving the Lord.


This article is taken from the booklet, The Beauty of Christ through Brokenness, published by  Gospel for Asia, ©2004, KP Yohannon. Order this and other booklets online at www.gfa.orgor through: Gospel for Asia, 1800 Golden Trail Court, Carrollton, TX 75010. Toll free: 1-800-946-2742.