Seeking Specks

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All this work seeking specks on snow is chicken scratch,

for here I am,

grasping for crumbs under the table,

coveting the hem of Your garment

when I am an invited guest at Your banquet table.

I’m sewing a new patch on an old wine-skin;

rather than the patch,

I will put on my new robe,

garment of praise

more fitting for a Daughter of the King.

So dressed, I will rise up,

approach Your throne room with confidence,

and claim my prize –

more,

and more,

and more

of You

double portion,

spilling over,

uncontainable,

glory following glory.

This seeking specks

is for

the birds…

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20 comments on “Seeking Specks

  1. Gallivanta says:

    I knew you had a ball gown in there somewhere!

  2. tinamhunt says:

    So long I have been satisfied with crumbs, believing the banquet was really for others far more worthy than me. I’ve approached the throne and generous Father with the timid attitude of Oliver, “More, please?” Oh the joy in casting off the question and claiming what is mine.

    • melodylowes says:

      Amen to that, Tina, amen to that! What a lot of blessings have been stored up in cupboards waiting to be given out, and we haven’t asked… I rejoice with you in your new confidence! 🙂

  3. Caddo Veil says:

    I agree–absolutely!!

  4. I LOVE it! Makes me want to praise and shout some. Thanks for this. Needed to be reminded.

  5. Debbie says:

    Oh you are on a roll, here, Melody! Loving this one too! and amen-ing! Thank you and God bless you!

  6. Seb says:

    Event hough I always knew how that was going to end, I still smiled. Very wry and sweet.

  7. Inspiring words so beautiful!

  8. inkonheart says:

    Amen to that!

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