In His Majesty's Service.

good.

58.psalm

He gives us living water

    Where water of the earth only sustains temporarily

He is our bread of life

    As we hunger again for food

He is the light of our world

    Shining another, truer world’s light everywhere we go

He is our gate, our shepherd

    Granting us access, protection, guidance

He is our resurrection, our life

    As the life we here lead will fail 

    As we find a new more full life come

He is our way, our truth, our life

    Equipping us to bring others to him

He is our vine

    Who we must stay connected to

        Together

He is our King

Who is resurrected

Who makes us resurrected

Jesus is alive

If we demonstrate what kind of union we have by only a mere barren confession of faith - without sealing the bond of our union by the good works that proceed from love - we will be branches indeed, but still dead and without fruit.

— Cyril of Alexandria, Ancient Christian Commentary on Scripture

The Kingdom of His Beloved Son

The Kingdom of His Beloved Son

57.psalm

Jesus.
Family.
Friends.
Others.
Where are my priorities?
How do I let them influence me?

56.psalm

For guidance do I ask
For the humility you request
For your wisdom and truth
I hope in you and you alone
All else is fading and faded
Yet here I do find beauty and joy
From you - beauty in your kingdom
Friends whose weapons are grace
A woman who sees you above all else
A family with deep love
I see you, My King, therein
She seeks you
Let her see you and hope in you
Be our guide
You are everlasting
We hope in you

55.psalm

Let me see the world by your light
Open my eyes to your vision
Shut mine
Guide me by your path
I trust in you
My King Jesus
Your light be my guide
Be thou my vision

O Dayspring

O Dayspring

54.psalm

Jesus
Be my living water
Be my undying bread of life
I believe in you
Guide us

"…he teaches us that it is unseemly for those who pursue divine grace and thirst for everlasting glory to seek after worldly greatness…" 
    - Cyril of Alexandria

"…he teaches us that it is unseemly for those who pursue divine grace and thirst for everlasting glory to seek after worldly greatness…"
- Cyril of Alexandria