In the night, Lord, I remember your name, that I may keep your law.
(Psalm 119:55, NIV)
The next time you are exhausted and depleted at the end of the day, try simply saying the name “Lord Jesus Christ.” Say it over and over. Meditate on it. Sing it in a hymn. You’ll be amazed at the power of that name. According to the Bible, it can make the devil flee. More importantly, Jesus cannot resist coming to those who call on him. When he comes, he always brings his living water for our thirsty souls. — Craig Barnes
I lie awake thinking of you, meditating on you through the night. Because you are my helper, I sing for joy in the shadow of your wings. I cling to you; your strong right hand holds me securely. (Psalm 63:6-8, NLT)
If we would continuously know the power of God, we should often spend time alone with him, at the close of each day at least, and ask him to show us if any sin, anything displeasing in his sight, has crept in that day. And if he shows us that there has been something, we should confess it and put it away then and there. — R. A. Torrey
O Lord, You are the God of the early mornings, the God of the late nights, the God of the mountain peaks, and the God of the sea. … You who are the God of all these, be my God. I cannot reach to the heights or to the depths; there are motives I cannot discover, dreams I cannot realize. My God, search me. — Oswald Chambers