Draw Near

Draw nigh to God…
…in holiness
Draw nigh in repentance, for the forgiveness of sins

Draw near…
…in silent adoration
Draw near in unrestrained awe and praise

Draw close to the Lord…
…to that Intimate Friend
Draw close to the Beloved of your soul

Draw alongside…
…kneeling as a petitioner
Draw alongside as a listener, in deepest affection

Draw closer still to the Babe in the manger…
…listen to the sweet sounds of the Newborn, as a foreshadowing of grievous sobs for a world of sinners
…smell the scent of the timbered cradle, as a harbinger of the distinctive fragrance of a destined, wooden cross
…see the Babe’s tiny hands reaching out, as impending vessels for prophetic iron spikes
…hear the gentle beat of His humble heart, as the antithesis of the future, rhythmic clanking of a metal hammer

Draw near to receive…
…a salvation so freely offered
…the power and strength you are lacking
…the guidance necessary to proceed through life’s events
…the tender touches of love to ease your pain and suffering
…overflowing streams of peace into your tired and hurting soul
…words of comfort and encouragement to soothe your broken heart and wipe away your tears

Draw near…
…in moments of anger
…in moments of praise
Draw near…
…in moments of emergency
…in moments of stillness
Draw near…
…in moments of deep sorrow
…in moments of great joy
Draw near…
…in moments of despair
…in moments of thankfulness

“Something better has been brought to us. It is God’s promise. And by that promise we come near to God.” (Heb. 7:19b Worldwide English) Therefore, “Let us draw near with a true heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled from an evil conscience and our bodies washed with pure water.” (Heb. 10:22 NKJV)

Draw near to the King of heaven and earth! Draw near to sing Happy Birthday!

“Draw near to God and He will draw near to you.”
(James 4:8 NKJV)


Christmas blessings, Lynn

About Lynn

Lynn Mosher

 

 

Through many hardships, trials, and health issues, I have learned to depend entirely on the Lord for everything. After being diagnosed with fibromyalgia in 2000, the Lord whispered to my heart to write for Him. So, now, out of a great passion to reach others, I obey His call. You can find Lynn at http://lynnmosher.blogspot.com/

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