You light a lamp for me.
The LORD, my God, lights up my darkness. – Psalm 18:28
Oh, Lord, I am weary from wick trimming and match striking. I’m out of oil and out of steam and fresh out of hope.
It is dark and I am weary.
It is cold and I am afraid.
Can You see me here, crouched and wary? Can You hear the cries and whimpers that eek from my heart? I am here, and it feels like I’ve been here forever.
I don’t want to be here anymore.
For you are the fountain of life,
the light by which we see. – Psalm 36:9
I can see from the promises in Your word, Father, that I don’t have to keep going on this way. I don’t have to find my own light or my own path. I don’t have to suffer in silence or cringe and cower here in the cold.
Light a lamp for me, Lord.
Light up my darkness.
I am coming.
Lord, I am tired of cowering here. I am weary from fear. Thank You for the light that is You. No darkness at all. Yes, please. In Jesus’ Name, Amen…
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