I LIFT UP MY EYES – Psalm 6:1

Psalm 6:1  Lord, do not rebuke me in your anger  or discipline me in your wrath.

Response : O Lord, I will need chastisement   if not for condemnation, yet for conviction and sanctification.   I do not want to  lose a blessing in disguise in asking for removal of all chastisement. However, “Lord, rebuke me not in thine anger.” If you remind me of my sin, it is good; but, oh, remind me not of it as one incensed against me, lest your servant’s heart should sink in despair.  As Jeremiah said , “O Lord, correct me, but with judgment; not in thine anger, lest thou bring me to nothing.” Though I shrink from the rod yet do I feel that it will be for my benefit; but please spare me  thy hot displeasure, lest the rod become a sword, and lest in smiting, I am killed.   So  I pray that Your gracious  chastisements though  not being  entirely removed,  may at least be sweetened by the consciousness that they are “not in anger, but in your  dear covenant love.” Thank You Lord, for your mercy and grace that will help me through every corrective chastisement in Your will. Let me be moulded after Your will.  Lord, let me have your peace in the valley experiences and the assurance of Your Presence that in everything I will give thanks. In Jesus Name I pray. Amen.

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2 Responses to I LIFT UP MY EYES – Psalm 6:1

  1. I am so very thankful that our amazing God deals with us in love, mercy and grace, all because of the finished work of Christ at Calvary.

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