Prone to wander, Lord, I feel it,
Prone to leave the God I love;
Here’s my heart, O take and seal it,
Seal it for Thy courts above.
This quote is taken from the 4th verse of the hymn Come Thou Fount. We are all prone to wander, and we all are in constant need of the Lord to restore our souls. Listen in as we discuss the wonderful news that the Lord restores our souls ([biblegateway passage=”Psalm 23:1-6″]; [biblegateway passage=”Psalm 23:3″]).
“When the soul grows sorrowful he revives it; when it is sinful he sanctifies it; when it is weak he strengthens it. ‘He’ does it. His ministers could not do it if he did not. His Word would not avail by itself. ‘He restoreth my soul.’ Are any of us low in grace? Do we feel that our spirituality is at its lowest ebb? He who turns the ebb into the flood can soon restore our soul. Pray to him, then, for the blessing—‘Restore thou me, thou Shepherd of my soul!’”