“God Be Merciful to Me” (Hymn 297) a sinner and keep my heart turned to You, ready for Jesus to come very soon. May we
“Lift Up the Trumpet and Loud Let It Ring” (Hymn 213) as often as is possible.
We continue to ask:
“O for a Heart to Praise My God!” (Hymn 323) so that we are
“Near to the Heart of God” (Hymn 495). This will give us
“A Diligent and Grateful Heart” (Hymn 639).
Elijah comes to us in:
Hymn 147 “Christ Upon the Mountain Peak” on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. It is now that we request
“O for That Flame of Living Fire” (Hymn 264) that Elijah viewed on Mount Carmel.
On Tuesday, 1 Kings 18:30 “Come near to me….” is reflected in my singing:
Hymn 292, “Jesus, I Come” or
Hymn 313/314, “Just as I Am”.
Our story of John the Baptist on Wednesday and Thursday is sung in:
Hymn 333, “On Jordan’s Banks the Baptist’s Cry” and continues on into Thursday’s study.
May the Lord bless you with a wonderful Sabbath day.
2 Timothy 2:15 KJV – “Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”