Who am I?

Who am I, and who are my people, that we could give anything to you? Everything we have has come from you, and we give you only what you first gave us
(1 Chronicles 29:14; NLT).

Who am I, to search for you, Lord?
Who am I, to ask for grace?

Who am I, to beg your mercy?
Who am I, to seek your face?

Who am I, to hear your whisper?
Who am I, to praise your name?

Who am I, to live within you?
Who am I, to share your pain?

Who am I, that you forgive me?
Who am I, that you should hear?

Who am I, that you protect me?
Who am I, that you are near?

Who am I, that you should love me?
Who am I, that you should save?

Lord, I’m your unworthy servant;
Nothing, but your lowest slave.

I am your lowest slave
(Psalm 116:16; NET).

2 thoughts on “Who am I?

  • This morning you hit the right note Ruth (as usual), there are times when we are subdued either by health or just tiredness. Our spirit is not jumping for joy, we come in complete surrender to Almighty God’s Table pleading for His favour. Oh the privilege to be a servant of Holy God!

    • You never spoke a truer word, Alan. As so often happens, I’ve just had to update this prayer. If you want to see the latest version, it’s there now. God quite often gives me a better word, or a new ending etc, May he bless you both today, however you feel XXXXX

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