Lazaroo – Tuesday, October 27, 2009

Oct 27, 2009 I Lazaroo.

Pray the words of this Lazaroo aloud, with white-hot fervor:

“We rejoice and delight in you; we will praise your love more than wine. How right they are to adore you!”
(Song of Songs 1:4)

That’s exactly how I long to worship You, Jesus!

No matter what happens
no matter what I’m going through

whether I’m on top of the world

or getting slammed on every side

it is my heart’s desire to

rejoice in You!
delight in You!
adore You!

and to praise Your love more than wine –

or any other pleasure of this earth.

Please forgive me for those times when I

approach our 1on1 time together as a duty
open my Bible not because I want to, but because I know I should.

That only happens when I allow myself to forget who You are

and how much love You pour out on me

every single day of my life.

Psalms 25:7; Psalms 26:2-3; Psalms 31:7; Psalms 36:5; Psalms 57:9-10; Psalms 59:16-17; Psalms 63:3-8; Psalms 86:12-13; Psalms 94:17-19; Psalms 108:3-5

What is Lazaroo?

Take Me Deeper

Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®. NIV®. Copyright© 1973, 1978, 1984 by International Bible Society. Used by permission of Zondervan. All rights reserved.

2 responses so far.

  1. Gary Weerts Says:

    Greetings, I long to get to that place,that “secret place” of the Most High–24/7. and I will when Its my time to enter in.As for my journey here on earth, I stumble, I fall, I get snared now and then. I have discovered that through my falls, Jesus has been faithfull, has pulled me out of the ditch.Through out all my problems I have slowly turned to Jesus more and more.Its a Joy to read,to pray, and to have Him on my mind.I would welcome the 1 on 1s as an addiction-how sweet! I’m not there yet.I still need to contend with my flesh. Lose my way,put the Word last.ect…

  2. Jeff Says:

    This was a good prayer for me today. I often, in my accepting of God’s sovereignty and the “big picture” that only He can see, do not rejoice in my prayer time. I sometimes think to myself, “Ok, Lord, what kind of hardship must I endure today?”

    Although trials are going to emerge in my life, I need to embrace my time with God as a peace within that tribulation. I can rejoice because I am not one of “those without hope”. When hardships come along, He is there with me.

    Lord, forgive me.

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