Deuteronomy 4; Psalm 86-87; Isaiah 32; Revelation 2

“Teach me your way, O Lord, and I will walk in your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear your name.” (Psalm 86:11, NIV)

My heart is divided, Lord, into several different pieces. I am one-half pride and ego, one-fourth fear and doubt, and one-fourth willingly obedient to You.

I do want to be Yours, Lord, but then my pride takes over, and I work for my own glory, not Yours. I want to obey in faith, but then I question whether or not I’ve really heard an instruction from You, and the doubts creep in.

But I do want to be Yours.

Will You give me an undivided heart? Take every piece of me–every last fractional part–and make it wholly Yours. I love You, Lord. Amen.

amystorms

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2 responses to “Deuteronomy 4; Psalm 86-87; Isaiah 32; Revelation 2

  1. Thank you Amy for your transparency. I too have a divided heart. It is a struggle that only God can win.

  2. My heart’s divided too, even though I wish it wasn’t.

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