Psalm 139 was written in the fall of 2015. It was written in response to the many people I work with who were never loved as little children by their parents. It grieves my heart the number of people who were told as little children by their mothers or fathers that they wish they had never been born. I’ve had stories told to me that are horrific, including someone being told by their mother that she was so upset over the pregnancy she tried to give herself an abortion. And then it was followed up by withholding love from this child throughout her life. I wanted people to know that they are deeply loved, created and designed by God. I was also blessed to deliver this to a group of women at the Resource Pregnancy Center who had decided to keep their babies. I wanted to encourage them that their babies were deeply loved and wanted by God. When I wrote this one I was so overcome with emotion as I envisioned God weaving me together I began to weep. I cannot truly fathom the depth of love my heavenly father has for me and for all of you and how much he wanted each one of us.
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Linda Baker (Submitted on Jul 19th 2016)
I have struggled with self worth most of my life, even though I'm getting stronger there are times when the enemy comes in and brings all sorts of doubt. Know what I mean?
This meditation in Psm 139 is so appropriate for times like those I just described. It touched me so deeply I cried through it. The relaxation to get in touch with how your body is responding and Cinda's steady and affirming voice, along with the music and words are a tremendous testimony to God's living word in our lives.