My Passion

Lord, I watched that movie again today.  You know the one.

It shows clearly and without question Your Passion for us, Your creation.

It shows the depths of Your love for us, Your willingness to suffer and die for our wrong-doing.

Even while we were in our sins, You died for us.

O, Lord!

How can we ever understand the height, the depth of Your love for us, the unthinkable riches of Your mercy and grace toward us!

You love us with a love everlasting.

Unchanging.

Unconditional.

As always, my heart is full at the realization of Your love for me.

It shatters with the knowledge of the pain You endured.

It shrinks in the face of my unworthiness.

It rushes forward, wanting nothing more than Your will and Your blessing.

Lord, take my life, and use it for Your Glory.

Fill me with Your power, Your strength.

Give me the courage and the perseverance to follow where You lead.

And lead me in the Way everlasting.

I am Yours, Lord.

Fill me with Your Spirit.

Mold me into the woman You want me to be.

Bless me richly, that I might be a blessing to others.

Only what is done for You will last and bring blessing.

Amen.

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About Drusilla Mott

Child of the King, wife, mom, step-mom, gramma, aspiring author, blessed beyond measure. I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. Philippians 4:13
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10 Responses to My Passion

  1. granbee says:

    Drusilla, how very well you express the prayers of my soul in this April time following Holy Week and Easter Week! Thank you for this blessing.

  2. writinggomer says:

    Amen. Well done, thank you for sharing.

  3. Maybe one of the worst sins a Christian can commit is that of apathy. We SHOULD be passionate people, driven by passion for our Saviour, which makes us passionate for the lost.

    • I agree, Meetingintheclouds. Your comment reminds me of the Lord’s rebuke of the Laodiceans in Revelation 3. If He was that unhappy with a lukewarm church, we need to be ever mindful of our state of mind and heart.

  4. 2livewithjoy says:

    Beautiful poem. I really like the way you worded this part, especially the line that says your heart “rushes forward…”

    As always, my heart is full at the realization of Your love for me.
    It shatters with the knowledge of the pain You endured.
    It shrinks in the face of my unworthiness.
    It rushes forward, wanting nothing more than Your will and Your blessing.

  5. ptl2010 says:

    May He reign in each one of our lives, to His honor and praise.

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