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I Seek Your Holy Face

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  1. "To my heart You have said, "Seek My face ",Your face, YHVH,I seek. This says it without mincing words, to the point, you call and I answer. This is God 's actual name, not a description like Lord, or god. It the one He commanded the Israelite 's to use exclusively after all!
  2. Jan 01,  · O Lord, I Seek Your Holy Face (Psalm 63), a song by Matthew Henry Curl on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics ondepmauvetosotegescisibdada.xyzinfo Duration: 3 min.
  3. Now set your heart and your soul to seek the Lord your God; arise, therefore, and build the sanctuary of the Lord God, so that you may bring the ark of the covenant of the Lord and the holy vessels of God into the house that is to be built for the name of the Lord.”.
  4. Lord I long to seek Your face. I've come into this holy place. To worship. To worship You. A place where Your glory. Surrounds me. And I become brand new. A place where Your presence. Brings reverence.
  5. Jan 02,  · The true nature of worship is to seek God’s face. The Christian walk is a life devoted to seeking God’s presence and favor. The Lord wants us to humbly and trustingly seek His face in our prayers and in our times in His Word. It requires intimacy to look intently into someone’s face.
  6. + The Novena to His Holy Face + The Golden Arrow Prayer + The Litany of the Holy Face of Jesus + The Chaplet of the Holy Face of Jesus + Many more prayers + Images of His Holy Face, including the Shroud of Turin + History of the devotion _____ ~ Psalm ~ Come," says my heart, "seek his face"; your face, LORD, do I seek!
  7. In humble adoration I kneel before Your throne. In brokenness I seek Your face alone. Above You there’s no other who’s able to restore my soul. Come and make me whole. Breathe on me. Power of.
  8. Devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus is as ancient as devotion to the Crucified Lord. This pious custom began with the offering of a holy Jewish woman’s veil to wipe the spittle, dirt and blood from the countenance of Our Lord during His agonizing journey to Calvary.

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