A prayer excerpt, from Charles Spurgeon, that I read this afternoon. His prayers challenge me and help me go deeper in my relationship with Christ. And so I share this with you in hopes that you too will continue to search out your relationship with God in Jesus and go deeper and deeper with him.
Lord, we ask that Thy Word may chasten us whenever we go astray,
may it enlighten us
whenever for a moment
we get into darkness.
May Thy Word be the supreme ruler of our being.
May we give ourselves up to its sacred law
to be obedient to its every hint,
wishing in all things, even in the least things,
to do the will of God from the heart
and having every thought
brought into captivity to the mind of the Spirit of God.
How can a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to your word. [Psalm 119:9]
The Pastor -|—
3 thoughts on “Chasten Us, oh Lord”
What a wonderful prayer! Why does it seem the saints of old had such a better way of expressing themselves than we do now. Thank you for sharing.
Agreed. I just love reading Spurgeon. I keep hoping my congregations don’t get tired of me quoting him.
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