Pick me up like a paintbrush, God
Dip it in the colors of my life
Paint Your picture, Father
And fashion a heart that is wholly Yours
Take Your fingers, God
Master Potter, come mold the clay
Tell Your story
As You mold me
Fashion a heart that is wholly Yours
And write your name,
Write Your name in the clay
And sign Your name,
Sign Your name on the picture
Take all I am
Take all I have
I am Yours forever, forever
“Paint Your Picture” by Julie Meyer
Father, I sing this song with a primed heart. Here’s all of me. Take it.
Take me. Do what You do with this dust I bring to You.
Work Your wonders. Mold me. Paint strokes of grace over my flaws and failures. Polish me till I shine so that I reflect Your image, Lord.
And please. Inscribe Your name upon my heart.
So everyone will know I’m taken.
I’m Yours. Forever.
My dear friend Dolly introduced me to this song 6 months ago. (You can see her post about it HERE.) It has never left me for its message resonates with every fiber of my being. Even after listening to it for a few months now, I haven’t grown tired of praying alongside it.
Do you have a few minutes to hear this song? (Subscribers, visit HERE to click play on the image below):
How about you? How do you pray to the Master Potter? How do you ensure your heart is willing to be molded? What song have you been praying alongside lately? I’d love to hear.
Thanks for sharing your time with me.