I came across this quote, broken crayons still color on social media, and it caught my attention, so I decided to research it to find out what it means. Broken crayons still color implies in-spite of everything that a person has been through, they still have purpose and value.
One of My Dad‘s favorite quotes to me as a child was curiosity kills the cat. I found out later in life that he said that because, as a little girl, I was pretty inquisitive and still am; this has served me well for the most part; it has shaped me into a deep thinker.
Unfortunately, societal norms have it that once a person goes through something, they are not and should not give advice. Society has it that you shrink to their standards and precepts. Society has it that you go into hiding. That is a lie from the pit of hell.
God is anointing and raising people in these end times to bring good news to the poor, to bind up the broken-hearted, and to proclaim liberty to the captives. God can use anything he wants; he can choose to use a donkey if none is willing to do what he wants.
Broken crayon still the color is a quote that resonates with me because once upon a time, I felt hurt, and I did not realize that in my brokenness, I could be used for greatness. God heals and blesses our brokenness and uses all of us. Stay encouraged and allow God to put the puzzle together for you. It's at those tear-dropping and heart-stopping moments that you must commemorate, that “Broken crayons still color."