Come apart, My holy Bride

Apr 2, 2015 | Audio-Visual Presentations

Lord, I’ve been working so hard for you, longing just to play my part, striding out beneath your banner to portray Your heart to many souls. But I need time out from the maul, to pause and heed Your call.

Come apart, My holy bride, come apart and bide awhile in Me. You’re in this for the long haul. You have not missed My grace, or lost the right to seek My face, for in you I see a contrite broken heart that beats in time with Mine.

Dayspring from on high, draw Your presence nigh. To You goes all my longing, my treasured home and deep belonging

Let Me sweep away the strain and dross of so much loss, as I take the reins and draw you deep beneath My wing.

Lover of my soul, water all the seeds I have planted, and grow them for your glory. But let all you see in me be a broken contrite heart that beats in time with Yours.

Press on, My beloved child into my heart. Doubt your doubts and quiet the noise that darkness shouts. Resist whatever pangs harangue your soul, and the sound of disappointment’s chords. Catch the fragrance that My love bestows, the first fruits of many joys to come in the glory you are destined to one day know.→

Jesus, I open wide my heart to embrace You with intense adoring passion, for You have loved me, even as the Father loves You. Be my milestone, guide and chart as I set my face to the coming King.

2 Comments

  1. floyer123

    Easter Blessings to you.

    I was praying for you this morning and remembering the time you stayed ‘over the road’ en route to Canterbury from Devon! Dom was about 7, I believe. Now, having come downstairs and opened up my computer I have just listened to this beautiful offering. While at Crowhurst this last week I had a fresh awakening of being at home in Christ’s heart and this reflection has echoed my experience.

    I would so appreciate prayer — on Wednesday I collected my dog from ‘home boarding’, having left him there while I was at Crowhurst, and misjudged a steep step, badly injuring my knee. Awaiting MRI but meanwhile on crutches unable to take weight on my left leg. I had so hoped to have been on the Walk of Witness through Farnham town centre today. Also on Monday I am due to drive to Oxford to see my goddaughter who is down from Penrith visiting her parents.

    So tired, I could sleep for a week!

    Much love and continued prayers,

    Jenny

  2. Anthea Disney

    Bless you for the above just speaks to me in many ways.Edifies my spirit

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