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A journey of healing on the road to The King



Several years ago, God took Julie through a deep and painful healing season.  In her pain, she cried out to God.  As she did, He gave her the symbolism of Humpty Dumpty and impressed upon her that she was cracked and broken like Humpty Dumpty.  In the nursery rhyme, all the kings horses and all the kings men couldn’t put him back together again.  What a tragic ending!  As God showed Julie that she was cracked and broken like this historic figure, He let her know that they forgot about the King!  Unlike Humpty, Julie began to realize that He, the KING, was going to put her back together again.  When Julie shared this symbolism with her husband, Vince, he immediately sat down and wrote a poem called “May I See the King?” 

May I See the King?


Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall

Humpty Dumpty had a great fall

And all the kings horses

And all the kings men

Couldn’t put Humpty together again


But Humpty Dumpty prayed a great thing

He humbly asked, “May I see the King?”

So a few of the Kings horses

And a few of the Kings men

Picked up the pieces to help out a friend


They ushered him in to the most powerful one

How great he will be when he’s met by the Son

And all the Kings horses

And all the Kings men

Knew that Humpty would eventually mend


Cause it doesn’t matter what kind of wall

Or how high or how great or how terrible the fall

You see, all the kings horses

And all the kings men

Are all Broken Treasures put back together by Him

Life is hard.  Most of us have likely felt broken and hopeless like Humpty Dumpty at one time or another.  The good news is that you and I are greatly loved by our powerful Father in Heaven.  Unlike Humpty Dumpty, we are Broken Treasures who can find true healing with our King, so come as you are, and journey with us, as we find our road to healing. 

About Broken Treasures

Meet Julie

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Julie Daubenspeck

A Broken Treasure in pursuit of helping other Broken Treasures find their healing in The King.

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