Living With Our Weaknesses

I have a weakness that feels just like Paul’s thorn in his side. If you’re not familiar the Biblical story, check out the passage in 2 Corinthians 12:1-10.

Like Paul, the best comfort I find while living with my own thorn is that when I’m weak, Christ steps in and does what I can’t do. My strength is His strength living in me.

I didn’t notice You were standing here
I didn’t know that
That was You holding me
I didn’t notice You were cry’n too
I didn’t know that
That was You washing my feet

All I Can Say
David Crowder Band



'Hand-holding Zone' photo (c) 2008, J.Elliott - license: a tough day yesterday, all I can cling to is staying faithful to God’s calling. I don’t know His plan for my life at this time, but I trust in the plans He had for me when He brought me to my job. And I trust that He has a greater plan than what I can currently see.

He is always faithful, and I want to try to be just as faithful in response.

When clouds veil sun
And disaster comes
Oh, my soul
When waters rise
And hope takes flight
Oh, my soul

Ever faithful
Ever true
You I know
You never let go

When clouds brought rain
And disaster came
Oh, my soul
When waters rose
And hope had flown
Oh, my soul

Oh, my soul
Oh, what love, oh, what love
Oh, my soul
Fills hope
Perfect love that never lets go

Oh, what love, oh, what love
In joy and pain
In sun and rain
You?re the same
Oh, You never let go

David Crowder Band
You Never Let Go