Oh Lord Jesus . . .lover of my soul,
even as you knew what you faced at the cross . . .
still you went.
On that tree you died for me . . .
my soul is thrilled. . .
to think You died for me.
I would rather focus on Sunday morning ...
but my heart holds me here on Friday.
I am forced to search my heart . . .
I want to be like you Lord. .
I want to have a heart of love . . .
I say that I love ...
I say that I care ...
I say that forgive...
and then . .
my words and actions reveal the truth ...
. . .to think you died for me!
I came by way of Judy (Just a Little Something for You).
What a beautiful, beautiful prayer! Praying that along with you today.
Blessings and may you have a joyous, blessed Easter celebration!
Ahh yes, there's never any doubt with me that I need a Savior either. You express it so beautifully, Lovella.ReplyDelete
Amen. The older I get the more I understand my need for my Savior!ReplyDelete
The meaning of Sunday could never be so valued if Friday had not occurred.ReplyDelete
May you also have a blessed Easter with your family.
Every time we eat Paska we think of you.
Words honestly spoken and felt here too.ReplyDelete
Oh.. I echo your prayer as well.. I'm always glad when God's Friday (originally called) is over... I know it is only an 'anniversary' of the event and Christ's suffering is not repeated, still it pains my heart to be reminded of it on this day!!ReplyDelete
Sunday, blessed Resurection Sunday, is coming !!!!!
Amen...to a beautiful Good Friday prayer!ReplyDelete
Wishing you and Terry a most blessed Easter.
Without this day, so long ago, there'd be no Resurrection, no Easter.ReplyDelete
Wishing you and yours a Joyous Easter.
My heart echos your prayer. KathyReplyDelete