BREAD CORN IS BRUISED
BY: RAY PRINZING
“Bread corn is bruised; because he will not always be threshing it, nor break it with the wheel of his cart. This also cometh forth from the Lord of hosts, which is wonderful in counsel, and excellent in working.”
God is preparing that which shall become “bread for the hungry”. Jesus is the
“Would you be poured out as wine upon the Altar to Me?
Would you be broken as bread to feed the hungry?
Would you be so one in Me that I may do just as I will
To make you life, and light, and love, My Word fulfill?
You who have been puzzled by these pressures and processes which have engulfed you, be encouraged that
He will not always be threshing it! The bruising cycle has an end, and then He takes this prepared loaf and tenderly ministers it to the hungry. That pure kernel of life, once contained in itself, is now ready to become a life-giving power in others, drawing to Christ through its utter brokenness in the hand of God. No wonder it pleased the Lord! He knew what the ultimate gain of the bruising of His saints would be.
Everything must give way to a mellowness, a brokenness in us. Thus His life shall be manifested to a creation waiting to be fed.