Stained Glass Hearts by Patsy Clairmont
“Seeing life from a broken perspective”, is the tagline and Patsy Clairmont has definitely had her times of brokenness in her life. I am sure we all have jagged pieces of our lives that at time we do not know how anything of value can be made of them. It is really not by our own strength that we can fix the broken places in our lives. When we allow God to take control and fix our brokenness, He can transform the broken pieces into a beautiful work of art.
That is basically the premise of this book. I felt a little like I was reading a personal journal as I made my way through this book. Patsy Clairmont has a way of writing that can tickle you one minute and cause introspection the next. This book is well worth the read, especially for those who are having a hard time with the broken pieces in their lives.
There are quotes, Scripture references, poems, etc., throughout each chapter. The end of each chapter has a section called The Art Gallery, which has music, museum pieces, Scriptures, and such for you to look up and enjoy at your leisure. My favorite quote from the book is, “When weeding, the best way to make sure you are removing a weed and not a valuable plant is to pull on it. If it comes out of the ground easily, it is a valuable plant.” –Author Unknown . How true that is with literal gardens and the gardens of our hearts. The good things we do are easily rid of while the things we hate doing stay stuck.
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