A Desperate Prayer

When Spirit moves through you

Your energy drains

His power remains

When Spirit speaks through you

You can’t find your tongue

Hidden among

His truth

His presence

His love

His essence


Oh Lord, I can still pray

Come to Your mountain and lay

Face down

No one but You listening now

Heal our hearts

Clean them in full not in part

We trust Your Word

You are our refuge, our shield


In every situation

From life’s first cry to the ashes of cremation

Lord, take our fear

Far away from here



Your children


Back to the garden

Where, naked, we beckoned

Leaned on You, Father

And now we are spread further

Isolated and alone

Come, Lord Jesus,


For our praise song

Will raise all the day long

In honor of who You

Are , who You were, and who You always will be

From sea to shining sea


Sacrifice and offering You did not desire …

but my ears have opened … burnt offerings and sin offerings You did not require.

Then I said, ‘Here I am. I have come … it is written about me in the scroll.

I desire to do Your will, my God, Your law is within my heart’ (Psalm 40:6-8).


I wonder how you are. If you are willing, let me know in the comments here or email me at juliedibblespeaks@gmail.com.

I encourage you to keep in prayer about every thing under the sun.

I pray we can continue to support each other with His love and truth, never changing, never disappearing.

If you are looking for a Spirit-filled hope-full message, go to the ministry page, Facebook.com/jdibble4Him.

And today if you would like to join for this poetry and Psalm reading, I will go live on the ministry page at 12pm Eastern time.

All photos in this post are from Pixabay.com.

May God bless you and keep you this given day.

In Christ,


4 thoughts on “A Desperate Prayer

  1. Dear Julie, thank you for your time you spend with God a d bring hope to us all. We need to fall on our knees and cry out to our Savior, Please Lord hear our cry.Help us to turn to you for our very breath and know without you in our lives we are hopeless.

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    1. Love this dear Sylvia. “help us turn to you for our very breath and know without you in our lives we are hopeless”. Yes, going to Him now sister before I go live to read this poem. May God multiply HIs Word.


  2. Yes, Dear Lord turn our hearts to the mountain of God, and help us to cry out to You, Lord, our true help!! Amen. Thank you for your precious prayers, dear sister! Your card was such a blessing to me also!!


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