Break the fatal enchantment that binds my evil affections, and bring me to a happy mind that rests in thee, for thou hast made me and canst forget me. Let thy Spirit teach me the vital lesson in Christ,
for I am slow to learn;
And hear thou my broken cries. ~Selection taken from Valley of Vision: A collection of Puritan Prayers & Devotions
Listening to this on repeat this week:
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A few good words from around the web
for you this weekend:
- A few solid thoughts on our authenticity as Christians…. ooh this was excellent. From @Stephenaltrogge
- What would you say to you when you were younger? A few of my friends have been writing letters to themselves- this one and this one moved me. Bless you @Annieathomeblog and @Deidrariggs
- “There are going to be days when we have to recognize that we quite frankly can’t do it ourselves. But we can also recognize that turning to God in the midst of our struggles doesn’t make us failures” Cassi wrote such painful-beautiful words here.
- “If doing the passion thing He gave gives life,then stopping may diminish it in some way.” My friend Elizabeth speaks sweet encouragement for the writer.
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