The third word is broken - broken for you. As we celebrate Maundy Thursday this word takes special meaning. Jesus tells us that his body is broken for us - his children. We are starting to see how Jesus gives everything he has, including his own life (which we remember tomorrow esp.) for us and to us.
But I think there is another part to this. We too are broken - in two ways. First we are broken people. None of us are perfect. We have parts of our lives and parts of our bodies that are in need of healing. It may be something physical, emotional, or even spiritual. We are broken in many and various ways, and we need God's healing hand to touch us and make us whole once again.
The second way we are broken is in that there are parts of our lives that need to be broken out of us. Our desires for power and control, our wants to put ourselves above others - to get ahead of the Jones'. In other words, we need to be humbled. We need to be reminded that there has only been one perfect person in the world, and we hung him up to die on the cross with our sins.
And yes, we are broken down at times in our lives so that we may be humbled and see God in a new light. Luther referred to this often as the "theology of the cross." We meet God at the lowest place possible - we meet God in the pits and valleys of life for it is here that our eyes are opened to the amazing power and love that God has for us - even though we are broken. God gets down and dirty, he meets us in the pits of life, and then he pulls us up with his grace and love for us.
Isn't it amazing that the God who created all, who has such power, is also one who cares so much about us - little creatures that we are - that he is willing to die for us?