Monday, December 28, 2015

Your Words



Happy Monday,
 
          I was reading this morning and these words caught my attention: that all I have to do is cry out to Him and He will answer. 

          So comforting to know that Abba Father is so close whether we are in need or when we are grateful. I love the phrase – Let’s go down to the river and pray and rise up in amazing grace. It is part of a song that keeps going on in my mind and spirit.

           Your words bring life.  Your words say that when I call to you, I will have an answer. Help me see the wisdom of your timing. I praise you in the midst of my situation for there you will dwell on the praises of my heart. Above all others let me hear your voice as it speaks to my heart. Let me speak your words to a hurting generation. The grass will wither and the Flowers will fall but the word of our God will last forever.

            As I sing praises of all who you are to me, your presence surrounds me as I draw near. I am captivated with your love. Your presence brings life to my soul. Your presence brings love to my heart. Your presence brings joy and hope to my spirit.

             I can hear the sounds of life, the sounds of love, the sounds of joy, coming from your heart as I draw closer. You are all I need; I find my strength, my hope in all you are. I align my spirit soul and body with all of who you are Father Son and Holy Spirit. You made a way for me to come boldly before the throne.

             Help me accept deep in my spirit that I am a covenant child of the Most High God, a royal daughter of the King. I surrender my heart to you; I surrender to your word, for your words bring life. The grass will wither and the Flowers will fall but the word of our God will last forever.

Psalm 28:6-9, Psalm 57:1-3, Psalm 98, Psalm 118:1-5, Psalm 148, Isaiah 40:8, Ephesians 5:26

As the old year ends and the new one begins praise your way above your circumstances and renew your mind by the water of the word. 

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