Thou hast revealed to me myself as a mass of sin, and thyself as the fullness of goodness, with strength enough to succour me, wisdom enough to guide me, mercy enough to quicken me, love enough to satisfy me.Thou has shown me that because thou art mine I can live by thy life, be strong in thy strength, be guided by thy wisdom; and so I can pitch my thoughts and heart in thee.
This is the exchange of wonderful love — for me to have thee for myself, and for thee to have me, and to give me thyself.
There is in thee all fullness of the good I need, and the fullness of all grace to draw me to thyself, who, else, could never have come.
But having come, I must cleave to thee, be knit to thee, always seek thee.
There is none all good as thou art:
With thee I can live without other things, for thou art God all-sufficient, and the glory, peace, rest, joy of the world is a creaturely, perishing thing in comparison with thee.
– Fullness, from The Valley of Vision Prayers