The Diamond Psalm – gps
shines through me.
Every action of mine
reflects on His everlasting glory.
Even when I fail at something,
my sins still contribute to His story.
In my continual striving to become more Christlike,
I often discover areas where I have made improvements,
many more places where my deficiencies yet yearn for correction,
and still more categories where I’ve actually taken a step backwards.
If I am to live in the Spirit, rather than the flesh,
I cannot treat salvation as permission to sin and be forgiven.
I must strive towards the Christian ideal of eliminating sins.
I owe it to the Holy Trinity to improve.
For when I fail, and succumb to instincts,
it does not reflect solely on me.
It also reflects on my Savior,
Jesus Christ, King of Kings;
it greatly grieves the
Holy Spirit; and