May your heart

Apr 5, 2013 | Audio-Visual Presentations, INSIGHTS

May your heart. . .
seek out still places
and know the deep simplicity of life with me
recalling richer rhymes and rhythms
as I re-dress all lingering loss

May your heart . . .
trust in Me
as you filter out
all that is faded foolish and fearful
and have the courage to set sail

drink in the fullness of my presence
and you will perceive the true meaning and beauty of things
as you lift people, places and professions before My throne
and I turn sight into insight

May your heart . .
be a furnace of love
where I hold first place
and where you give
and do not count the cost

Let it be a spring of hope
and a fountain of praise

May your heart . . .
find favour . . .
your presence makes a difference
and your faith moves mountains!

May your heart . . .
know my deep soothing rest
as the wind of my spirit
sweeps through

5 Comments

  1. Julie

    Beautiful melody and photography and stunning accompaniment. Very spirit filled-may His name be glorified.

  2. Ros

    Touched my heart deeply – thank you

    • Chris

      I listened, and re-listened, and the thought came, “My son, give me your heart,for out of it come the issues of life”.The music has a voice, so must I let the Lord make His music on the strings of my heart. Uplifting, sensitive and captivating in its nuances of meaning.Thank you for all who brought it to birth.

  3. stella

    Bless you ALL for drawing us closer to our dear Saviour, may you each be blessed and know His favour.

  4. mireille oakes

    I had just finished preparing ‘my preach’ for last Sunday, we have been looking at the beatitudes, and had got to ‘Blessed are the pure in heart …..’ I was about to close the computer and just quickly clicked on your latest mail, and opened ‘May Your heart’. ( it was late on Saturday evening!) One of our sons was over from England and translated the words into French, he would do it much better than me!) and after the preach we showed your wonderful video and he read the words in French. Our folk were very moved by it, and when we gathered round the Lords table, I asked Simeon to read it again.

    Thank you so much, and bless you, I always appreciate so much what you write. Be much blest as you labour for the King in his kingdom!

    Mireille Oakes, Paziols, France

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