“Oh Lord Jesus, my Beloved, may I be a joy to You.”

“You are precious in my eyes, and honored, and I love you.”
Is 43:4
 
“He will take great delight in you; he will quiet you with His love, He will rejoice over you with singing.”
Zeph 3;17
 
“The Lord takes pleasure in His people.”
Ps 149:4
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“That God desires our fellowship is one of the most amazing facts revealed in Scripture.  The fact is so staggering that it’s extremely difficult for us to grasp its meaning for us.  That God should allow His creatures to have fellowship with Himself is wonderful enough.  But that He can desire it, that it gives Him satisfaction and joy and pleasure, is almost too much for our understanding.”
 –From the InterVarsity press booklet “Quiet Time”
 
“God doesn’t wait until eternity to treasure us.  He treasures us now in spite of our warts and wrinkles and blemishes.  We’re chosen ones, holy and beloved, honored in His eyes today, and brining Him joy as we worship Him and walk with Him and talk of Him to each other.”
–Ruth Meyers
 
“Oh Lord Jesus, my Beloved, may I be a joy to You.”
–Amy Carmichael
 
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Lord, every good gift comes from You.
 (From James 1:7)   One Thousand Gifts   http://www.aholyexperience.com/
 
 
207. I am precious in His eyes, honored, and He loves me (Is 43:4)
208. The God who created the entire Universe, takes pleasure in me personally, delights in me, quiets me with His love, even rejoices over me with singing!  Wow. (Ps 149:4, Zeph 3:17) I join in Amy’s prayer: “Oh Lord Jesus, my Beloved, may I be a joy to You!”
209.  Dr. Dennis J. Slamon and his development of Herceptin. I saw “Living Proof” last night http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1229367/ and am going to start counting my treatment protocol of IV Herceptin for a year as a gift from His Hand.  God has used it to save the lives of many woman with Her2 positive cancer like I have.
210. A TENS unit that gives a little relief and distraction from the tourniquet sensation
 
 

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