So this is what it feels like to be diagnosed with cancer.
Now God. It is time. Take me off this mediocre road and walk me with You in the fire of first love.
I need You to cut me open and remove the dross. Unveil Your wonders and glory and let me see Your face. That glorious future and hope in Christ.
What is the worst that can happen?
There is nothing worse than being cut off from You. I have Your promise! “I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”
Oh my beloved Jesus, bless me with Your presence. Closer and more intimate than I can imagine.
If it be possible, take me quickly. Take me and be glorified in my life and my death. All I desire is to be intimate with You. Be real so others can see You too.
Lord, I leave behind my prayers; that is what I leave behind in this world. Prayers for salvation. Prayers tied firmly to heaven and dangling down here until you pull that string and those I prayed for (and those reading this) have Jesus.
Oh Lord, I wish I had done more for You.
But, O Lord, thank you for what I could do for You! Thank You so much that You used me. Thank You. You will finish what You started through me.
Jesus, my Lord, I am so very blessed. My Jesus, so blessed.
My children’s church reading for Sunday 27 April
Jesus came and told His disciples, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth.
Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.
Teach these new disciples to obey all the commands I have given you. And be sure of this; I AM WITH YOU ALWAYS, EVEN TO THE END OF THE AGE.
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