A Prayer of Adoration in the Morning

“O LORD my God, I cried unto you, and you have made me whole.” (Psalm 30:2)

Early in the morning I draw near to You
to pray, to worship, to be still.

Like the disciples who gathered after Your resurrection
to meet with You again in Galilee,
I bow in worship for You are my Lord and my God,
yet I also hesitate because of myself.
I bring my real self—imperfect and broken,
sinful and self-focused—to You.
Heal me, help me, forgive me, deliver me,
and make me whole in You.

Set me free on the pathway of this day
and walk with me as You show me the road to take.
All my life is Yours for You are worthy of it.
All my minutes are Yours for You reign over them all.

You, God, are my God, my Savior, my King,
my Healer, my Deliverer, and the Lover of my soul.
In the stillness of this early hour I marvel at You—
Your majestic power and Your tender love,
Your steadfast righteousness and Your pervasive justice,
Your unflinching faithfulness and humble holiness.

You, God, are my God—Father, Son, and Holy Spirit—
and I worship You with my restored life today.

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