Most Christians don't know the importance of brokenness in a believer's life. If we want to be who God has called us to be, we must allow God to take us through periods of testing, trials, and breaking. In fact, we are broken for a purpose. God must break us of anything that stands in the way of us being a usable vessel. Some of the greatest leaders in the Bible went through extensive periods of breaking. Many lost their lives, family members, careers, and much more. Part of the salvation experience is a transformation process where God will destroy the parts of us that are in the way of us becoming obedient vessels. We must die to our flesh, to our desires, and anything else that will interfere with our ability to serve God. When God breaks us, He is stripping away some things. Greater than that, He is equipping us with what we need to be Christ-like. Many Christians run from adversity, trials, and tests. Many don't want to be broken, yet they want to be used and blessed by God. Our purpose can only be found by submitting to the breaking process that God takes every believer through. This book will teach you what it means to be broken, why we must be broken, and the purpose of that brokenness. Every believer desiring spiritual growth should read this book, "Broken for a Purpose."