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Your Servant

Discussion in 'Thoughts for Today' started by SueJLove, Nov 4, 2015.

  1. This song is a prayer to my Lord, expressing how much I love his daily presence with me as I go throughout my day walking in his footsteps, listening to him speak, and having him teach me how to live and work for him; expressing my heart’s desire to be his witness, to tell others of his love and grace, to serve him only as my Lord and master, and then to be an example of one who has truly been set free from the power of sin and death, and set free to walk humbly in obedience to my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

    I truly identify with the words to this song. I want to serve my Lord only and not my own flesh. It does not mean I deprive myself of what he has given to us to enjoy, or that I don’t take enjoyment and pleasure in food, nature, art, a song, etc. I enjoy many things which are good things or that are A-moral, meaning they are neither good (healthful) or bad (sinful). Yet, I should not make my flesh my god or the things I enjoy my gods, but my Lord should be my only God, and he is the one I should obey and follow and desire above all else. My life should be complete in him, and I should be content with him alone.

    Your Servant / An Original Work / September 21, 2011

    Lord, I love to have You near me
    As I go throughout my day,
    Walking daily in Your footsteps,
    As I humbly pray.
    List’ning to You, hear You teaching
    Me to live and work for You,
    Lord, I pray You lead and guide me
    Daily in Your truth.

    Lord, I want to be Your witness,
    Telling others of Your grace;
    Telling how they can be set free
    Of their sins today;
    Share with them the love of Jesus,
    He died on a cruel tree,
    So that we’d be forgiven
    For all eternity.

    Lord, I want to serve You only,
    As I bow on bended knee,
    Making You my Lord and master,
    And Your servant be.
    Humbly walking in obedience,
    Doing what You say to me,
    Lord, may I be an example
    Of one who’s set free.

     

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