Monday Memories: Leaving Room

From Galatians 1:15-16:  “But when God, who has set me apart before I was born and called me through His grace, was pleased to reveal His Son to me, so that I might proclaim Him among the Gentiles.”

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Life will sometimes serve us trials

God asking for some elbow room

Always leaving room for the Lord

Delivering light over our gloom


Never be surprised when God comes

At His choosing, His will descends

Always leaving room for the Lord

His Spirit pays real dividends


Looking out for God’s faithful love

Expecting Him to come close by

Always leaving room for the Lord

Never certain of how, when, why


Following God’s Holy commands

He stands at center of our selves

Always leaving room for the Lord

Transforming lives, from cluttered shelves


Just as Jesus stuns vengeful Saul

On a darkened Damascus road

Always leaving room for the Lord

Knowing our way, will just implode


Any given time, God breaks in

He blesses us with His surprise

Always leaving room for the Lord

Following His plan, always wise

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From Scottish evangelist and teacher, Oswald Chambers:  “Always be in a state of expectancy, and see that you leave room for God to come in as He likes.” 

Originally published March, 2020.

10 thoughts on “Monday Memories: Leaving Room

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      • Thank you, Richard! Christ is working in me daily, through good times and pain, just as I know HE is working through all of us that are on the journey of carrying the cross for HIM. In my weakness, I’ll boast of my strength in Christ. There’s no other way. Blessings to you and yours!

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