This is the extraordinary testimony of Nick Vujicic. Born with no arms and no legs and yet he can praise God with his words and his life.
How can he, in the face of such hardship, such a debilitating condition still find reason not just to live but to live singing the praises of the God who made him that way?
We each share a common purpose - to bring glory to God. Nick's incredible physical state has become the means by which he can bring that glory. Through the inhibitions that his physical disability impose on him he can allow God's perfection to shine through.
In the video above Nick says, 'There is no point being complete on the outside when you are broken on the inside.'
How many of us are in this condition? Walking around with full use of our bodies but our heats ache. We are physically healthy and yet mentally, emotionally and spiritually empty.
Even Christian people can feel this way. We can struggle with doubts, private sin, feelings of inadequacy or harbouring confusing or harmful emotions like homosexual feelings or anger and hatred.
If you're feeling any of these things it's unlikely that I can say anything here that will bring a resolution to the issues you face. However the first thing is to recognise that Jesus is the great healer, the great Redeemer, the great source of love.
Your situation, no matter how dark it feels, is not too much for Christ. There is no darkness which can overcome His light. Come to Him. If you're not sure how do that then I am certainly here to help (email me) or there are many other Christian people who will not condemn but will help you to be restored through the love of Jesus. I do not promise a quick fix to any problem you have, it may not be easy but it is achievable. You can overcome through the power of God.
But we have this treasure in jars of clay to show that this all-surpassing power is from God and not from us.
1 Corinthians 4:7
My grace is sufficient for you, for my power is made perfect in weakness
2 Corinthians 12:9
Jesus said to them, “It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.”
(Many thanks to the wonderful Nikki Keating for sharing with me Nick Vujicic's Testimony.)