“I am convinced that the key to revival is repentance.”  (The Daniel Key, Chapter 15)


Most Holy Lord,

You have “clothed me with the garments of salvation and arrayed me in a robe of [Your]
righteousness . . . as a bride adorns herself with her jewels.”

But in my Christian walk I am still in rags;
My best prayers are stained with sin;
My penitential tears are muddied with self.
I need to repent of my repentance;
I need my tears to be washed . . .
I have sinned times without number,
And been guilty of pride and unbelief,
Of failure to find Thy mind in Thy Word,
Of neglect to seek Thee in my daily life.
I confess . . .
I am so slow to learn,
So prone to forget
Too weak to climb;
Destroy in me every lofty thought, Break pride to pieces and scatter it to the winds,
Annihilate each clinging shred of self- righteousness,
Implant in me true lowliness of spirit . . .
Open in me a fount of penitential tears,
Break me, then bind me up.

For the glory of Your great name,


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