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Operation: Broken Heart

Disappointment is what we call the gap between ____________________and ______________.

Luke 24:13-19 (The Voice) That same day, two other disciples (not of the eleven) are traveling the seven miles from Jerusalem to Emmaus. As they walk along, they talk back and forth about all that has transpired during recent days. While they’re talking, discussing, and conversing, Jesus catches up to them and begins walking with them, but for some reason they don’t recognize Him.

Jesus: You two seem deeply engrossed in conversation. What are you talking about as you walk along this road?

They stop walking and just stand there, looking sad. One of them—Cleopas is his name—speaks up.

Cleopas: You must be the only visitor in Jerusalem who hasn’t heard about what’s been going on over the last few days.

Jesus: What are you talking about?

Two Disciples: It’s all about the man named Jesus of Nazareth…

Disappointment blinds me to the _______________ ____ __________.

Discouragement turns my eyes ____________.

Despair ____________ ___ ________ around my heart.

Luke 24:30-33 (The Voice) When they sit down at the table for dinner, He takes the bread in His hands, He gives thanks for it, and then He breaks it and hands it to them. At that instant, two things happen simultaneously: their eyes are suddenly opened so they recognize Him, and He instantly vanishes—just disappears before their eyes.

Two Disciples (to each other): Amazing! Weren’t our hearts on fire within us while He was talking to us on the road? Didn’t you feel it all coming clear as He explained the meaning of the Hebrew Scriptures?

So they get up immediately and rush back to Jerusalem—all seven miles…

Jesus will meet me at my __________ ____ _________.

Jesus wants to begin a ___________________ with me.

Jesus’ cure for the broken heart is the ___________ _____ ________.

Isaiah 61:1 (The Voice) The Spirit of the Lord, the Eternal, is on me. The Lord has appointed me for a special purpose. He has anointed me to bring good news to the poor. He has sent me to repair broken hearts, and to declare to those who are held captive and bound in prison, “Be free from your imprisonment!”