An antidote for the pain
Create in me a clean heart , O God , and put a new and right 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 , and sustain in me a willing spirit.
As we took a look at jobs wife, we see her pain .
She lost everything , and her words are proof she wasn’t handling it well .
She shows us the importance of being honest about our pain , she also shows us what can happen when we don’t process or deal with it.
We lash out hurt the ones we love mostly .
She was overwhelmed and emotionally spent , and we can easily understand her low heart and mind .
This psalm invites God to transform the heart . It doesn’t matter what it’s condition or how it got there , God is called of creating your heart anew .
Inviting God in the pain , produces change and growth .
It refines us .
More importantly , we don’t have to stay there , we don’t have to allow our pain to poison us .
It starts with an invitation , requesting God to come fix it , to fix us.
Realizing we can’t do it alone can be hard , but when we do we become better for it and change in on the way, it opens
Gods creative and healing powder .
It also extends an invitation to God for companionship on the journey .
The blessed , part is as long as we have breath , we can mend that brokenness and reconnect with our creator.
We find joy and spiritual renewal .
Nothing can really ever separate us from Gods love , we can always reconnect and find hope and start over again and again .
His mercies are new every morning!
If you ever find yourself in a dark ulgy place as jobs wife did ,
Let this prayer lead you to the beauty and the light and Gods love.
Say the words ,
God is always ready to respond .
“Create in me a clean heart , O God , and put a new and right spirit within me “.
2 thoughts on “A New heart”
Psalm 51 is a pretty major chapter of the Bible for me. I’ve prayed that chapter many times!
Amen ❤️ me too it’s our repentance anthem
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