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Published on Oct 1, 2007
This is one of my favorite Christian songs. It has so much meaning, on so many levels. But last night, at church service, the worship team was singing it, and as they sang, I buried my face in my hands and prayed the words, and it weighed on me so heavy that I started to cry.
I just realize how important it is to let God transform you, rather than trying to transform yourself. I mean, if you let Him do it, and acknowledge Him for the transformation, His strength will grow in you. The relationship between us and Him is just amazing to me and I was so humbled last night that I had to share the words with everyone.
For me, at the moment, I am interpreting the lyrics in a very literal, physical way. I have tried time and time again get my body healthy, and I have failed on every occasion. But, since I've given my burden to God, He has been faithful in carrying me through this journey. Since I began this, just a short time ago, I have been transformed in ways that I didn't even know were possible. And though it's only been six weeks, I know He won't let go...ever.
I hope it somehow speaks to you, in whatever way you need to hear from Him. God bless.
"Have compassion on me, Lord, for I am weak. Heal me, Lord, for my body is in agony." Psalms 6:2 NLT