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Oh To Be Wise Meditations

It isn't too late. I will start to cry out and weep to my Saviour! I can still return to the Lord with my whole heart. Why rip my clothes apart to show my sorrow. Instead, I will turn back to Jesus with my broken heart. He is merciful, kind, and caring. He does not easily lose his temper and does not like to punish. The Lord is near to the brokenhearted; He saves the contrite in spirit. He willingly forgives, and his love is always there for those who pray to him. Like Moses I come before you Lord with a new heart shaped as two stoned tablets. My original heart tablets I smashed in pieces because I lost control of sin in my life. But you forgave me and offered me a new heart tablet in Christ. So I come to the Mountain of God, the place where the Lord dwells. And I offer him a clean canvas for his living word to change my life. No one may go up to your holy mountain; in fact, no human may be seen anywhere on the mountain apart from the mercy of Christ. Not even the flocks or herds may graze in front of the mountain. Only because of Grace can we boldly approach your throne and find mercy. I see you now Jesus, high and lifted up but descending to me in a cloud. Your glory thrills my soul as you pass in front of me calling out: I am the Lord God. I am merciful and very patient with my people. I show great love, and I can be trusted. I keep my promises to my people forever, but I also punish anyone who sins. When people sin, I punish them and their children, and also their grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Lord Jesus, if you really are pleased with me, I pray that you will go with me everywhere I go. It is true that I am sinful and rebellious, but forgive my sins and take me as your inheritance. Meditate Ex. 34:1-9

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