It’s a dangerous prayer.
“Here’s my heart, Lord. Speak what is true.”
That kind of prayer is an open invitation to the God who knows all, sees all, hears all.
Here’s my heart, Lord.
It’s opening the deepest part of me for His examination.
Speak what is true.
It’s listening to His diagnosis and the prognosis for my neurosis.
While it’s true that I am loved and I am redeemed and I am hidden with Christ in God,
it’s also true that I am controlling and I am selfish and I am anxious.
Thankfully, God speaks the Truth about Himself as well:
“I, the Lord, am strong.
I am sure.
I am good.
I am true.”
This week, David Crowder and I are singing this song: