Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Dear God, sit next to me. Take the seat to my left. Hold my hand, reassure me, nudging me to say and do your will. Squeeze my leg when I am assailed, reminding me that you are here for me. Point out my next step when I lose the way.

In my fear, I forget that you are always with me, already lifting me up before I ask. Let me see this. Let me recognize all the ways you supply me.

Why am I so blind? Awaken me, Lord.

Let me awaken my fellows. We have no need to fear.

(Letter #1291)