Have You not given us discernment already?
Do we not already know what You want?
Isn’t… our hesitancy… our choices… we ultimately make, the result of searching in our minds for a way to have or do what… we… want?
Aren’t the questions we have more to do with not wanting to do what You want, the way You want, when You want, but of searching for a different or more comfortable way?
Do we not make our convenience and comfort a requirement of obedience to the Word and prompting You give us?
Do we not chaff at the thought of being in servitude to You and instead, find ourselves, in our hearts, only grudgingly directing accolades and glory away from ourselves to You?
Are there not times when we are contemptuous of, and rebellious to, the reality that we are not to be our own, that our will is to be the will of Another?
Could it be that we are only willing to walk by what we see, in the strength of what we plan and prepare for and not by faith, trusting that You are there and will supply?
Heaven forbid that if these are so they would continue.
May we not try Your patience or test Your long suffering.
If there is only one wise thing you would give us to know, let it be that You have already given us discernment and we do know Your Will and there is more glory, more reward, more peace and joy in servitude to You than in anyone or anything else we can set our eyes on.
“Create in me a clean heart, O God, and renew a right spirit within me.”
“Don’t thrust me away from Your presence,
Don’t take Your Ruach HaKodesh away from me.”
Restore unto me the joy of Thy salvation, and uphold me with a willing (free) spirit.”
In Yeshua’s name we pray.
May God’s love be in us all.
Psalm 51:12(10)-14(12) CJB, AKJV