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Wednesday Wallpaper: Make Me Worthy

by Jacob Abshire on June 29, 2016

In the “Evening Prayer,” a prayer from the The Valley of Vision, we are reminded to turn to God with our cares, particularly those of the day’s struggles and sins. “Keep me humble, dependent, supremely joyful,” says the writer. Our days are full of decisions and thoughts that we dare not take to our sleep. We need God’s faithful forgiveness and continual cleansing. Let this design remind you to seek the Lord for ongoing sanctification.

O LOVER OF THY PEOPLE, Thou hast placed my whole being in the hands of Jesus, my redeemer, commander, husband, friend, and carest for me in Him.

Keep me holy, harmless, undefiled, separate from sinners; may I not know the voice of strangers, but go to Him where He is, and follow where He leads.

Thou hast bathed me once for all in the sin-removing fountain, cleanse me now from this day’s defilement, from its faults, deficiencies of virtue, harmful extremes, that I may exhibit a perfect character in Jesus.

O Master, who didst wash the disciples’ feet, be very patient with me, be very condescending to my faults, go on with me till Thy great work in me is completed.

I desire to conquer self in every respect, to overcome the body with its affections and lusts, to keep under my flesh, to guard my manhood from all grosser sins, to check the refined power of my natural mind, to live entirely to Thy glory, to be deaf to unmerited censure and the praise of men.

Nothing can hurt my new-born inner man, it cannot be smitten or die; nothing can mar the dominion of Thy Spirit within me; it is enough to have Thy approbation and that of my conscience.

Keep me humble, dependent, supremely joyful, as calm and quiet as a sucking child, yet earnest and active. I wish not so much to do as to be, and I long to be like Jesus; if Thou dost make me right I shall be right; Lord, I belong to Thee, make me worthy of Thyself.

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