Did I Say That?

Did I Say That? Did I Do That?

How sad “OUR” sorry words haunt us. The abused will throw them back in your face; we have no record or memory of ever saying. We are exposed, embarrassed and blush at the thought that we should ever do that. Heaven knows for sure. What can we do?

Those offended and misused, abused and bruised by “OUR” abusive behavior are not alone in the blame and shame game. We point a finger and there are three pointing right back at you. What can we say? I need to hear you say, “I forgive you!”

You are “OUR” Father. The blamer and the blamed are one or the accuser would not want to threaten broadcasting the blame unto “OUR” family for justice.

Nothing is Sacred in embarrassing Your name by “BE”ing accused of “OUR” unholy deeds. Out of control we are left out of Your Domain and Your Dominion over us. “OUR” response is to fulfill Your will. You’re not willing any perish. “Perish”; the thought of that scares the hell out of us.

The gift of Your love is like bread. We take it in bites (or bytes) every moment of the day we hear Your Word in the message of a song or see it done unto others as we would do it. We repent in dust in an ash heap.

Oh Lord, forgive us “OUR” sin that besets us as we would forgive others who do the same thing against us. We can forgive “OUR” accusers sin because we are without excuse and look for a way of escape from the evil one too.

They ask how we can pray when the burdens press and the cares distress and the way grows weary and long.

Does Jesus care? Oh Yes, He cares! His heart is touched by “OUR” grief, when for “OUR” grief, We find relief  from some sad heart ache strong, the accuser’s story of dread and fear, on “OUR” mind all the night long. We confess “OUR” sin and You are faithful and just to forgive us and cleanse us from all the un-right-in-us.

Yours is a Kingdom of power and glory that is everlasting!

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About prayersjourney

Elder, retired, GPa, Journaling life, learning To Pray, same home over fifty years. Five sons and GKids.
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