10.4.23: May I follow your way

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Make your way plain for me to follow (Psalm 5:8; NLT).

May I follow your way,
And offer your love,

Live in your presence,
And pray without cease;

Shine with your light,
And blaze with your fire,

Dwell in your Spirit,
And rest in your peace.

The Lord is peace (Judges 6:24; NLT).


Jesus told him, I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one can come to the Father except through me” (John 14:6; NLT).

God is love (1 John 4:8; NLT).

Love means doing what God has commanded us, and he has commanded us to love one another, just as you heard from the beginning (2 John 1:6; NLT).

In just a short time he will restore us, so that we may live in his presence (Hosea 6:2; NLT).

Pray continually (1 Thessalonians 5:17; NIV).

God is light (1 John 1:5; NLT).

Let your light shine before others (Matthew 5:16; NIV).

God is a consuming fire (Deuteronomy 4:24; NIV).

God has given us his Spirit as proof that we live in him and he in us (1 John 4:13; NLT).

7 thoughts on “10.4.23: May I follow your way

  • Woke at 2am as though it was 7am and ready for the day.
    Lovely to read this and know, I can rest again, because He has it all in hand 💖💐

    • How fantastic to see you here, Paula – that’s made my day! I do hope you went back to sleep okay. With love from Ruth xxxxx

      • Certainly did. Had a peaceful, dreamless sleep and enjoying s lazy morning, well trying to be lazy while Lily makes a thoroughfare of sorts through her room.
        Did you have a nice Easter

      • That’s good news. A lazy day is a good day, isn’t it? I can just picture Lily’s room: hope she makes some progress XXXXX

      • Nanna Maureen came round. When it comes to cleaning, she is like the Sergeant Major in “It aint half hot Mum”
        My lazy morning turned into a difficult day. My dad was diagnosed with cancer and we have been waiting to see if it has spread. Worry and relief don’t sit well with manic depression.
        Of course, mental health is invisible and trying to live as normal as possible with the busy joys of family and Easter celebrations is hard.
        However woke this morning feeling so much better.
        A thought occurred to me doing my morning jobs. I have always wondered about Angels in the bible. I know who they are now. They are people like you. God bless you, Ruth, for being my Angel.
        Love you

      • Oh, Paula, I’m praying for your dad, and for you all. I know exactly what it’s like waiting to find out if my cancer has spread. The waiting is worse than knowing what we’re facing, to me. Please will you let me know what the hospital says? I’m with you in terms of mental health as well, as my chronic dread has been very bad for the last few weeks. I wish I had talked to you about it when we met, instead of trying to ignore it while we talked. May I message you privately about this, please? With much love from Ruth XXXX
        Ps I have seen angels, and I promise you I’m nothing like them! XXXXXX

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