196 Oh God! I Truly Don’t Deserve Your Love

1 I have done many things that I can’t bear to recall. I idled away so much time. So much remorse and feelings of indebtedness well up in my heart. I always demanded rewards when I suffered expending myself for God. When my desire to receive blessings was thwarted, I thought of leaving God, but His love was still vivid in my mind and was too much to forget. God’s words struck my heart, leading me away from backsliding and negativity one step at a time. When adversity threatened, I was afraid, timid and cowed. I was weak and negative and again I thought of leaving God. His words split my heart like a sharp two-edged sword, leaving me nowhere to hide my shame.

2 I once rushed about seeking fame, fortune and status, unable to resist Satan’s temptation. Several times I was worried, hesitated and lost my direction in life. I struggled painfully in sin, not knowing to turn back. Oh God! This is who I am! This is who I am! So corrupt, I truly don’t deserve Your salvation. Oh God! It’s Your word that always leads me and guides me, else I’d fall into temptation and struggle to take the tiniest step. Oh God! I will never again be negative or fall back. Do not abandon me, I can’t live without You. Oh God! I pray that You give me Your chastisement, judgment and refinement, so that my corruption can be cleansed, and I can live like a human.

Previous: 195 Praise for God From the Descendants of Moab

Next: 197 Understand the Truth and Be Free

Are you distressed by your constant sinning? How can we cast off our sinful natures and enter the kingdom of heaven? Please contact us at any time and we will help you find the answers.
Contact us via WhatsApp
Contact us via Messenger

Related Content

84 The Significance of Prayer

Verse 1Prayer is one of the ways how man cooperates with God,to call upon His Spirit and to be touched by God.Chorus 1The more you pray,...


  • Text
  • Themes

Solid Colors



Font Size

Line Spacing

Line Spacing

Page Width



  • Search This Text
  • Search This Book