Day 6: When the Lord is waiting on us…

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Could the Lord be waiting on you and I to SAY a word over our world today?’

To gleam as His gold leaf across a grey sky?

O Father, give us ears to hear. 

Put what’s on your Heart, Your Word, on our lips.

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Seeing many things, but you do not observe;
Opening the ears, but he does not hear.”

 The Lord is well pleased for His righteousness’ sake;
He will exalt the law and make it honorable.

 But this is a people robbed and plundered;
All of them are snared in holes,
And they are hidden in prison houses;
They are for prey, and no one delivers;
For plunder,

and no one says, “Restore!”

 Who among you will give ear to this?
Who will listen and hear for the time to come?

Day 13: Help me CELEBRATE!

~ Isaiah 42: 20-23 [NKJV]


RESTORE, Lord.  I will say, restore!

Through what was done at the cross, You restore me in all the ways I’ve been broken.

Through Jesus’ blood, You restore my neighbor from hospital battles.

Through the Comforter, You restore all those from grieving ashes to oil of beauty.

Through the Holy Spirit, You restore us each to eyes that see and ears that hear.

Through Your Spirit of revival, You restore this nation, our world, 

to a heart for YOUR HEART!

© Pam Depoyan

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6 Responses to Day 6: When the Lord is waiting on us…

  1. Wise Hearted says:

    Your pictures of the fall colors make my heart glad for I miss that now that we live in southern California. Lovely post.

    • I know what you mean…. I lived in Southern CA for many years. It hasn’t turned this bright yet here, but should soon. These are all from last year’s photos – fall is my favorite season, for sure! 🙂 The intensity of the colors even when the day is drab is amazing. Thank you – glad this blessed you today!

  2. Pam, Thank you for reminding us to listen for the “still small voice of God” directing us to intercede for those who do not yet see or hear. I love how you claimed the activity and attributes of God for healing and restoration – such a beautiful Word picture.

    Loved your beautiful fall pictures too! 🙂

    • Thanks, Karen. I’ve been thinking lately that Jesus accomplished so much of what we pray for at the cross, and that we need to pray with a praise that it is already done in His Blood victory… Thanks for sharing those thoughts about it! More of a standing on what He did to bring us victory, taking that victory from His hands outstretched to us… 🙂 I started out with just “restore us, Lord’ and then changed it to reflect it is more that He wants us to declare what He’s done as alive. Glad it touched you too!

  3. Dawn Boyer says:

    Isaiah is full of so many of my favorite promises of hope and grace. Remembering His restoration is a promise we can lean upon is such a blessing. You are right, we can be an extension of His promises.
    Thank you!

    • It is one of the most beautiful books… filled with His Word to declare over ourselves, others, our world. One of my favorites is that he has anointed us to bless others and His glory is rising on us (Is 60 and 61). Thanks for sharing, Dawn! Blessings to you too…

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