Lifetime Ministries
Daily Devotional

From your Pastor;

     I don’t really worship these days, I don’t really stand up to praise You with songs or prayers or actions.  
     I am full of the right moves, the right words, the right religion, but it is all an illusion. I am really lonely, lost, calloused, and cynical. I’m too religious, 
too realistic, and well... really just too lazy to worship anymore. 
     I’ve lost my first love, I have lost the joy of Your presence, but most of all I have lost the fear of Your glory. 
      Father I need to see You again. Like Isaiah,
 I want to stand in awe of Your glory. to fall down at Your feet. I want to stand before You and see You for who You are and me for who I am. 
                         I want to be undone.
     I want to see the depths of my heart, I want to know what it must have taken for You to love me, 
care for me, see me, speak to me, want me. 
To die for me!
      Lord, I want to stand in the place where I can see Your glory. Because in that place I can’t help but worship You. Lord, let me come undone, Lord, undo my heart. Break down these walls that I love so much.
No! wait don’t.  I’m scared I don’t know if I can handle this... don’t... but I can’t live like this anymore. I can’t stand here in this half-life, this going thru the motions life. This is not really life at all. Father I need You...
so come and do what You must, cut out the deceit in my heart, break down the walls that I love. 
      Lord let be come undone. Undo my heart, let me worship You again. 
                                                Blake Williams
  Create in me a clean heart, O God. And renew a steadfast spirit within me. Do not cast me away from Your presence. And do not take Your holy Spirit from me. Restore to me the joy of Your salvation...
                                                            Psalm 51:10-12a                                                                                                              
                                                          Bro. Clay