Brokenness to Beauty

My little sis just started a blog! Kicked things off yesterday with an absolute ripper of a post. Go give her a follow if you want to stay updated 😊

Tahlia Camac


When picking through shells on the shores of the beach, the odd one or two pieces of sea glass may catch your attention. And why wouldn’t they? In their vast array of colours and the way they reflect the sun’s rays, the sea glass pieces are so beautiful; often used in mosaics or jewellery.

Interestingly, sea glass endures a long process to be made into the smooth and frosty jewel that we find ashore on our beaches. Taking from around 20 – 30 years, this process completely transforms these sharp broken pieces of glass into something of beauty, purely by the movement of the waves and sand.

Our hearts in response to Jesus acts in the same way.

Before Jesus Christ comes into our lives, we are like the original pieces of glass that lay on the beach. Our hearts have sharp edges. We seek destruction and ruin, entangled in sin…

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5 thoughts on “Brokenness to Beauty

  1. gpavants November 20, 2017 / 7:47 pm


    Great stuff! That is a you’d feeling to support others in their ministry.


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    • Jonathan Camac November 20, 2017 / 8:30 pm

      Yep, especially as it’s my sister! 😉 Thanks heaps Gary.


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