Love Heals All

April 16, 2014

Time heals all things”

“It just takes time

Society often uses these phrases when consoling someone during a time of grief.

However, as nice as those phrases may sound, I have come to realize that while it does take time for healing to take place, it’s not actually the time that heals, it’s Love {Jesus}.

{Jesus} heals all wounds.

The words spoken, cutting so deep they broke your heart.

The spouse who broke your marriage vow, ripping your heart to shreds.

The friend who betrayed you when you needed them the most.

Those wounds are deep, but friend I promise you, Jesus’ Love is deeper!

I think of the cross.

I think of the excruciating pain Jesus suffered, on my behalf, & tears stream down my face.

Though horrible as it was, the pain Jesus suffered wasn’t merely physical.

The pain you feel deep inside, that’s the pain Jesus bore on the cross, for you & for me!

But He was wounded for our transgressions,
He was bruised for our guilt and iniquities;
the chastisement [needful to obtain] peace and well-being for us
was upon Him,
and with the stripes [that wounded] Him
we are healed and made whole.

Isaiah 53:5 AMP

Love heals all wounds.

Regardless of how deep the wound goes, there is only One who can heal at the deepest core of your pain.

Only One who can satisfy your yearning for wholeness and peace:


Friend, you may be walking around with a gaping wound in your heart.

You may feel rejected, alone, scorned, betrayed & broken.

Jesus bore all that pain for you & me when He hung there on the cross.

And when He uttered “It is finished”, He longed for you to embrace those words & believe:

Your pain is finished. Your wounds are healed.

I consider it a joy to come along side you and lift you up to Jesus, the Healer of all Wounds.

If there’s anything I can pray with you regarding, feel free to email me:

Love {Jesus} has Healed me, & my heart is forever grateful.

Friend, I pray the same for you.

love satin

 link up time
I am so grateful for the opportunity to be part of three amazing writing communities.
Won’t you join me over at the blogs of three of my dear friends?

Holley Gerth, with Coffee for your Heart


Simply Beth, with Three Word Wednesday

three word wednesday

Rebekah A Hughes with Words of Life Wednesday

A Soft Gentle Voice

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  1. bluecottonmemory on April 16, 2014 at 6:17 AM

    “Deep wounds require Deep love” – oh, that goes straight to my heart! He does turn our mourning into dancing – but only if we reach for His deep love! Your words are like a healing balm to a sore soul!

    • Satin P on April 16, 2014 at 7:18 AM

      So grateful Jesus used my Words to touch your heart. Lifting you up before Him today & praying for His JOY to be yours! Much Love ♥

  2. joanneviola on April 16, 2014 at 7:04 AM

    So grateful for His love which brings healing! Visiting today from Word of Life Wed. Blessings!

  3. Tracy Chad Steel on April 16, 2014 at 7:09 AM

    Satin~ so glad I linked up behind you from over at Beth’s place 🙂 Your reflections here are so beautiful. Praising our Jehovah Rapha for always loving us and healing us in His perfect timing. It is “finished” indeed. Have a blessed Easter~ Tracy

  4. blestbutstrest on April 16, 2014 at 8:30 AM

    Wow! I’ve never paid close attention to the correlation of Jesus’ words “It is finished” with a promise that he wants our pain to be over…for us to just let it go and give it over to him so he can finish it off for us. Thank you for that insight.

  5. Heidi @ A Paige From Our Book on April 16, 2014 at 1:50 PM

    Thank you for your words and thank you for pointing those in pain to Jesus. He is the true and only source of real joy! There is such beauty in learning to lean on His love; His healing at the cross when the our world and circumstances are falling apart. Praise God for His rescue plan and love for us even when we still hated Him!

  6. Alecia on April 16, 2014 at 2:02 PM

    Beautiful insight! When I think of all he suffered for me/us I’m overwhelmed by it all. I don’t want to ever take his love/life for granted. I’m in awe of someone that would die for me and love me that deeply. It makes me ashamed of all times I’ve doubted and feared. I hope you have a blessed, reflective, quiet Easter!

  7. sarahgirl3 on April 16, 2014 at 4:18 PM

    Love this! Yes there is only one who can heal us and give peace. Thank you for your beautiful words!

  8. Rebekah on April 16, 2014 at 6:03 PM

    Satin, thank you. Thank you for sharing these precious words. Truth that brings healing and hope. Love that lowered himself that we might know His love. I have always been amazed at his final cry. “It is finished” and I too have been reflecting on it this week.

    • Satin P on April 17, 2014 at 8:37 AM

      Thank you for stopping by, Rebekah! I too enjoyed reading your own post. This week has produced some amazing Truth reminders, across the land, as we all ponder His great Sacrifice & Salvation this Easter. Much love to you! ♥

  9. Barbie on April 16, 2014 at 10:50 PM

    Oh yes! It’s only His love that brings healing! Such beautiful things to meditate on here.

  10. Maria Marino on April 17, 2014 at 6:33 AM

    Brings me to tears too Satin how by his wounds and love we are healed. Thank you for putting into words what lays in our hearts this Holy Week. Jesus’s love is deeper than our pain and wounds. That the pain we feel is the pain He bore on the cross for us. Indeed just as He said, “it is finished.” Happy Easter Satin. God bless you!

    • Satin P on April 17, 2014 at 8:38 AM

      Happy Easter, my friend Maria! Thank you for your sweet words. May you find JOY and reassurance, healing & peace in Christ this Easter. Appreciate you! ♥

  11. Simply Beth on April 22, 2014 at 8:40 AM

    “Only One who can satisfy your yearning for wholeness and peace: Jesus.” Friend, your words are such beautiful truth. I’ve tried other ways but He is truly the only one who can satisfy. And He does satisfy…He does heal. My heart is ever so grateful. Love you so much. Thank you for sharing your beautiful heart and for being a part of the TWW writing family.

    • Satin P on April 22, 2014 at 8:43 AM

      So grateful to have met you through TWW-you are such a blessing to my life & I’m grateful to call you FRIEND! Thank you for taking the time to stop by! Have a FABULOUS day! ♥

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Satin Pelfrey

Satin is a writer, wife and stepmom encouraging others through the hard days, bringing the Scriptures alive through life-application and drawing them closer to Jesus.

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