Embolden Us

Embolden Us

God-of-the-Angel-Armies: how great thou art, you alone know the depths of every heart.

Lord, you know the struggle is real, but you are greater than what we face or feel. Embolden us to behold what you reveal and fill us with holy zeal.

Open our eyes to see that all the work we do is sacred worship unto you.

-Vanessa Taylor

In The Presence Of Love

We walk with our pain

The scars that no one sees

Our masks tightly on

We let no one in

We smile

We laugh

Our hearts a mystery 

Too busy to stand still

To lift the veil on our pasts and our pain

Who would want to hear a sad song?

The ghosts we are running from

The brokenness we hide

The fears we ignore

The scars of childhood trauma 

Anger, stress and depression 

Rule and guide our lives

Everyone expects us to be strong 

We only exist

We never truly live!!!

Jesus is drawing us with His love

To deal with tombs 

Take our grave clothes off

The inner chamber awaits the desperate 

Healing is only a breath away

Nothing is impossible when we 

take time to stand still

In His holy, sacred presence 

He rebuilds our lives

Deals with shame

Heals our scars

As His love flows like billows 

over our brokenness 

We begin to see ourselves 

through His eyes

When we encounter His heart

The extent Jesus will go…

Our hearts begin to beat again 

Sons and daughters are forever 

changed in the presence of LOVE…

— Ebigale Wilson




We Pour Out Our Hearts

Daughters come to You

Similar struggles

Similar pain…





Caught in sin…

Our every condition 

You have the answer for

We pour out our hearts

Like an alabaster jar

Every crevice of our hearts

Your love can restore

You pursue us

Draw us with Your love

That which we desperately need

You are made of

In Your presence daughters come alive

Chains are breaking 

Masks are tearing 

Wounds are bound up

Daughters see themselves 

through Your eyes

The kiss of Your heart

awakens us

Washes away every trace 

of our past




You are the reason

Daughters find themselves

I in You

You in me

Our new normal…

— Ebigale Wilson