• “There may be love, understanding love, all around us, and yet we may be needing some word of life in our own soul, something that would do what only the Divine can do. “Lord, to whom shall we go? Thou hast the words of eternal life.” – Amy Carmichael

Let Me Choose – God Calling 05/05

My loved ones. Yes, with the heart, not the head, men should think of Me, and then worship would be instinctive.

Breathe in My very Spirit in pure air and fervent desire.

Keep the eye of your spirit ever upon Me, the window of your soul open towards Me. You have ever to know that all things are yours – that what is lovely I delight to give you.

Empty your mind of all that limits. Whatever is beautiful you can have. Leave more and more the choice to Me. You will have no regrets.

Behold, as the eyes of servants look unto the hand of their masters, and as the eyes of a maiden unto the hand of her mistress; so our eyes wait upon the Lord our God.  Psalm 123:2

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  • kelli says:

    Oh, this is exactly the thesis of the book I am reading, "Desiring God" by John Piper. That when our devotion is born out of LOVE and not out of DUTY, that very motive itself ascribes glory to God. And I love that verse. Keeps appearing and reappearing to me lately. Hmmmm . . .

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