Being Undone

I’ve been in a weird place since dad died in August. I’ve had a peace I can’t explain, but a disconnected kind of odd place. The scriptures seem to be simply words that lack comprehension . . . they are there but I just seem off. Even songs that usually draw me into the presence of my Lord seem to bring disconnect. It’s weird. But . . . what I know is to keep on keeping on . . . not quitting and not looking back with regret . . a our Pastor says, “PERSIST!”

This morning it seems the Lord is bringing breakthrough though. A desire to lift my chin a little. A desire to walk in victory. A desire to see Him a little more. . . A desire to be more thankful. And that desire to have the peace meshing with being connected. I’m sure that makes so sense at all to some, and that’s okay.

I heard this song this morning and just have to share. . .

“There is a river of gladness

Pours from Emmanuel’s veins

This sinner was plunged, beneath the flood and got saved

Since than I walked in forgiveness

All of my guilt was erased

The chains of past are broken at last, I got saved

Oh I got saved

I am undone by the mercy of Jesus

I am undone by the goodness of the Lord

I’m restored and made right, He got a hold of my life

I got Jesus how could I want more

I’ve received nothing but goodness

I tested and tasted your grace

I was so lost, till I fell at the cross and got saved

Oh I got saved

I am undone by the mercy of Jesus

I am undone by the goodness of the Lord

I’m restored and made right, He got a hold of my life

I got Jesus how could I want more

The Love of God, gave me His pardon

The love of God, wont let me stay the same

The love of God, pulls me up higher

He’s will is stronger, that’s why I got saved

I am undone by the mercy of Jesus

I am undone by the goodness of the Lord

I’m restored and made right, He got a hold of my life

I got Jesus how could I want more

(Repeat)

I got Jesus how could I want more

I got Jesus how could I want more”

And you can listen to it here: I got saved

My prayer this day, “Undo me, Lord.”

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