How To Meet God at Your Lowest Point | Jane Marczewski (Nightbirde) | AGT
If you have not seen the video on AGT (America’s Got Talent) from Nighbirde (Jane Marczewski) I have linked it above. If you cannot view it here is a direct link Click Here.
Her line “I am so much more than the bad things that have happened to me” is a powerful statement. For people like myself who have journeyed unwellness in any form, it was very moving.
Click here for the entire article. Well worth the read.
That’s the same question I’m asking—again, and again. There’s mercy here somewhere—but what is it? What is it? What is it?
I see mercy in the dusty sunlight that outlines the trees, in my mother’s crooked hands, in the blanket my friend left for me, in the harmony of the wind chimes.
“Call me cursed, call me lost, call me scorned. But that’s not all. Call me chosen, blessed, sought-after. Call me the one who God whispers His secrets to.
It’s not the mercy that I asked for, but it is mercy nonetheless.
And I learn a new prayer: thank you. It’s a prayer I don’t mean yet, but will repeat until I do.
Call me cursed, call me lost, call me scorned. But that’s not all. Call me chosen, blessed, sought-after. Call me the one who God whispers His secrets to. I am the one whose belly is filled with loaves of mercy that were hidden for me.
Even on days when I’m not so sick, sometimes I go lay on the mat in the afternoon light to listen for Him.
I know it sounds crazy, and I can’t really explain it, but God is in there—even now.
I have heard it said that some people can’t see God because they won’t look low enough, and it’s true. Look lower.
God is on the bathroom floor.
You can find her song (currently #1 on iTunes). Click Here.