Day 20: Speak What is True

Just as the Lord would see fit, during this weekends services we sang "Here's My Heart," by David Crowder. A perfect response to yesterday's post. And exactly what I needed after this week's baby doctor appointment. My heart is holding on to worry as I try so hard to release it. I find myself absent-mindingly googling, "down syndrome soft markers" and reading testimonies from other moms. As I take in so much information and hear so many voices telling me, "It's going to be okay,"  my heart is longing for one voice, and one voice only.

Here's my heart, Lord. Speak what is true. 

Here's my heart Lord,Here's my heart LordHere's my heart Lord, Speak what is true

‘Cause I am found, I am YoursI am loved, I'm made pureI have life, I can breatheI am healed, I am free

‘Cause You are strong, You are sureYou are life, You endureYou are good, always trueYou are light breaking through

(Chorus)Here's my heart Lord,Here's my heart LordHere's my heart Lord, Speak what is true

Here's my life Lord,Here's my life LordHere's my life Lord, Speak what is trueSpeak what is trueSpeak what is true

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Day 19: My Prayer Song

When life is unpredictable, when I'm concerned with so many worries and feelings of inadequacy to face any of it, when I need more than I can give at the moment... I have a prayer song. It's not planned, and most of the time I don't even realize when I begin to hum it. But it comes from a place of overflow in my heart that was planted there a long time ago. Today, I want to share it with you all.

If you are struggling to find peace and contentment in your life right now, I hope you will listen to these timeless words and join me in seeking God's heart above all else.

Lord you have my heartAnd I will search for yoursJesus take my life and lead me on.

Lord you have my heartAnd I will search for yoursLet me be to you a sacrifice.

And I will praise you LordAnd I will sing of love come downAnd as you show your face We'll see your glory here.

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