15 comments on “The Cry of My Heart

  1. David was such a complicated man. He was a soldier and always in a battle, but he could write like this. He let son Amnon go unpunished after raping his daughter, but he could write like this. He exiled son Absalom, refusing to speak to him for seven years, but could write like this. He committed adultery with a woman whose husband he killed, but he could write like this. He was not a good father, but he could write like this. Such a complicated man, and God loved him anyway.

  2. When I was young my bubba (grandmother) would say she was ready to move on. Her husband had died, as had two children and one grandchild. I never understood that, I thought she was crazy, now that I am in my seventh decade on this planet I understand her, I too am ready. That does not mean I seek it, but when it comes I will be ready. No lavish means to prolong the inevitable, just time to travel down the tunnel of light.

  3. Thats true i like your perspective. Changing our yearnings is the key to eliminating those addictions from our life we desperately want to get rid of if our addiction is Jesus. It’s not wrong to love a human as long as they don’t become our god. If loving them causes us to appreciate God more then giving them our focus is a good thing but time with Him must be priority #1

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