In My Own Words

BY: abiW

in-my-own-words-prayerThank you for accepting my words,
for opening Your arms
to the sloppy child I am,
my voice tripping and stuttering
over a limited vocabulary,
a warped perspective,
an inconsistent temperament.

Please help me accept
that Your holiness is here to cover me,
that I am not expected to bring my own
or to impress you
with an eloquence that implies spiritual genius.

Rather, let me bring myself to You
just as I am— open, honest,
ready to find true brilliance in You.

 

 



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