My soul is free yet bound, Continually longing after you. In my hand is freedom but it is decaying, Yet you teach it to war. Do I deserve such grace? Not today or ever. Forget my sins, O Lord. Thy law frees me. My soul is continually in my hand: yet do I not forgetContinue reading “Law #109”
Remove the iniquity of my transgressions, From the probing of your eye. Me, lost, undone, without hope, but for you, The way of life. Lying is my nature and my learned behavior, And the hallmark of the Man of Sin. Grant me freedom, some measure of hope, Thy law is the lifeline thrown from aContinue reading “Law #29”
Blessed art those who feast at your table, Thou will meet them there. O Lord, your body and blood, Teach me to live in the light of your sacrifice. Thy grace, now present in the cup, Statutes of holiness in the broken bread.
Two more “My Son” sections divide chapter 24 into thirds. The chapter starts off with four wisdom statements and ends with a detailed look at the slothful man.