A Psalmist’s Prayer

Psalm 63:8 “My soul clings to YOU; YOUR right hand upholds me.”

A Psalmist’s Prayer

LORD, May these fingers inscribe that which comes from YOUR heart — every line. 

May those reading partake 

of one page or one poem

at least…while there’s Time.

And within that devotion,

may one verse be held 

in their hearts all through Life.

Yea, and may that word portion be found most fulfilling and known as YOUR WORDS…and not mine. 

As HIServant in your service, pointing every eye towards Scripture,

Whitney  

Devotional: Psalm 115:1 “Not to us, O LORD, not to us. But to YOUR NAME give glory because of YOUR lovingkindness, because of YOUR truth.”

As HIS right hand moves HIS scribes, it is not to elevate the ordering of Self’s own letters but those of GOD — alone.

The goal isn’t to have any line from any personal writing to be remembered but that such etchings direct the soul to memorizing HIS WORD — alone.

For it is a priceless privilege to join in writing to lift HIS NAME for the greater and exclusive reverence of Scripture. 

Yes, the Psalmist’s prayer isn’t for self to be known or seen. Rather! The aim of every inscription is that others will solely see and hear CHRIST and cling to HIM — alone. 

Amen and amen.

For THEE alone!

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