Posted by: Pure Glory | 12/29/2022

Yahweh, I Need You!

by Hazel Straub

Today, I unconditionally surrender to you, Yahweh, with a deep call, for your deliverance.
God, I’m crying out, desperate for your help and intervention, as I’m dependent on you.
Because of your mercies, I’m not consumed and your loving compassion never fails.
God, you alone make the impossible, possible, calm the raging storm and are my refuge

I will praise Yahweh at all times.
I will constantly speak his praises.
I will boast only in the Yahweh;
let all who are helpless take heart.

Come, let us tell of the Yahweh’s greatness;
let us exalt his name together.
I prayed to Yahweh, and he answered me.
He freed me from all my fears.

Those who look to him for help will be radiant with joy;
no shadow of shame will darken their faces.
In my desperation I prayed, and Yahweh listened;
he saved me from all my troubles.
For the angel of Yahweh is a guard;
he surrounds and defends all who fear him.(Psalm 34:1-7 NLT)

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  1. To me, unconditional surrender is a time-honored intent (Mat 5.48) formed by continuous contact in Christ.

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    • Yes, unconditional surrender can come from continuous contact in Christ. Sometimes, we need a tune up!

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  2. To me, “continuous contact” is to ‘walk in the light..’ my thoughts and intentions in full view of God.

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