In Christ Nothing is Wasted

How blessed I am when I hear how His Majesty in Brokenness is being used!

The following e-mail is from my former roommate, Cathy Binkley Padgett, who I met while attending Campus Crusade for Christ’s IBS at Arrowhead Springs in the sixties. I’m sure my removable legs were a shocker to her but God used them to prepare her, to strengthen her and to show her His presence in brokenness as she would experience the pain of her son Troy’s severe and fatal disability in his adult life.

Judy,
My class at SS was humored and blessed as I read them the chapter, With or Without from your wonderful book. So many of them have gone through difficult times in the last several months. I felt priviledged to share such a testimony of faith. I even shared with them my first meeting with you when you told me you were tired and were going to go to the room, take off you legs and put them in the corner. My response to you was that I was going to do the same, not knowing you really were going to do it. Your attitude and response to your disability has blessed many, especially me. Thank you for sharing!!
Love ya,
Cathy

In Christ nothing is wasted. After reading her note, take a reflective moment and ask yourself, “How has His Majesty prepared and strengthened me for a humanly impossible situation?”

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About Judy Squier

Judy Squier born without complete legs, learned early on about God's presence in suffering. She's been an inspirational speaker since age thirteen with a passion to help others find God's gold in the rubble of their lives. Judy is the mother of three adult daughters and lives with her husband, David, in southern Oregon.
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2 Responses to In Christ Nothing is Wasted

  1. Nancy Rejholec says:

    Dear Judy
    So glad God had a plan for our special friendship.
    Your life has been and still is an inspiration to me for 57 years.
    I Love You! Prayer and Blessings.
    Nancy

  2. ginny wassink says:

    Hurry Home…..anxious to hear tales of travel

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