Into my heart 2x Come into my heart Lord Jesus, come into stay,2x come in to my heart Lord Jesus. Blessed be the Name of the Lord. He is worthy to be praise and adore, Lord we lift our holy hands in one accord, singing blessed be thy Name of the Lord. Worthy, You are worthy, King of kings Lord of Lord You are worthy 2x I worship You.
Thank You Father for another great day You have made and said that we will rejoice and be glad in it. Indeed, you are God. There is none like Thee. You are precious like the morning star, You are glorious, wonderful and excellent is Your Name Lord. Come down in glory Lord and bestow on us the gifts You received for us.
Beloveth, how are you doing? Jehovah is our everlasting strength (Isa 26:4). He is our Rock and in Him will we take refuge; my shield and the horn of my salvation, my high tower, and my … (2 Sam 22:3).
O Lord my God, how Excellent are Your Works Lord. Thank You Lord; thank You Father.
Who among us this day needs God’s pardon and forgiveness? If you are such a person then please read on. The psalms cried out and said “out of the deep have I sent up my cry to you, O Lord. Lord let my voice come before you; and let your ears be awake to the voice of my prayer. If You took note of every sin, who would go free? But there is forgiveness with You, so that You may be feared (Ps 130:1-4) (BBE).
Are you seeking for God’s forgiveness or you think you are righteous and perfect before Him? Beloved, there is no one under the earth who can claimed perfection no matter how pious you think you are. Let us see what the Psalmist said in Psalms 131. Do you know that God despises a man that is “proud” and “haughty”? That is why you and I must always humble ourselves before our God.
In humility of heart, let us stoop low before the Almighty God Whose word is final in every man’s life and confess every known and unknown sins (Lk 12:20). Let us also ask for His pardon and forgiveness that it may be well with us.
Do you want to make heaven at the end of your stay here on earth? Then you must love the chiding Father. Strange, though someone might be thinking but you know, it is true. Imagine what your own children would have become if you have not once in a while raised the big stick.
The wrath of the Lord is only for a minute; in His grace (Favour) is life (1 Thess 5:9; Ps 30:5).
Beloved, let us seek God’s forgiveness and come into His favour. You know what, the favour of the Lord will take you where your labour in life will not have taken you. Simply put, the height you will never have attained in your life time. Praise the Name of the Lord!
Come alone with me as we humbly our self before Him and receive mercy:
“He will not always chide: neither will he keep his anger for ever.” Ps. 103:9
He will chide sometimes, or He would not be a wise Father for such poor erring children as we are. His chiding is very painful to those who are true, because they feel how sadly they deserve it, and how wrong it is on their part to grieve Him. We know what this chiding means, and we bow before the Lord, mourning that we should cause Him to be angry with us.
But what a comfort we find in these lines! “Not always” will He chide. If we repent and turn to Him with hearts broken for sin and broken from sin, He will smile upon us at once. It is no pleasure to Him to turn a frowning face toward those whom He loves with all His heart: it is His joy that our joy should be full.
Come, let us seek His face. There is no reason for despair, nor even for despondency. Let us love a chiding God, and before long we shall sing: “Thine anger is turned away, and thou comfortest me.” Begone, ye dark forebodings, ye ravens of the soul! Come in, ye humble hopes and grateful memories, ye doves of the heart! He who pardoned us long ago as a judge, will again forgive us as a father, and we shall rejoice in His sweet, unchanging love.
Yes our Father will forgive us according to the riches of His grace:
“The forgiveness of sins, according to the riches of His grace.” Ephesians 1:7
Could there be a sweeter word in any language than that word “forgiveness,” when it sounds in a guilty sinner’s ear, like the silver notes of jubilee to the captive Israelite? Blessed, for ever blessed be that dear star of pardon which shines into the condemned cell, and gives the perishing a gleam of hope amid the midnight of despair!
Can it be possible that sin, such sin as mine, can be forgiven, forgiven altogether, and for ever? Hell is my portion as a sinner—there is no possibility of my escaping from it while sin remains upon me—can the load of guilt be uplifted, the crimson stain removed? Can the adamantine stones of my prison-house ever be loosed from their mortices, or the doors be lifted from their hinges?
Jesus tells me that I may yet be clear. For ever blessed be the revelation of atoning love which not only tells me that pardon is possible, but that it is secured to all who rest in Jesus. I have believed in the appointed propitiation, even Jesus crucified, and therefore my sins are at this moment, and for ever, forgiven by virtue of His substitutionary pains and death. What joy is this! What bliss to be a perfectly pardoned soul!
My soul dedicates all her powers to Him who of His own unpurchased love became my surety, and wrought out for me redemption through His blood. What riches of grace does free forgiveness exhibit! To forgive at all, to forgive fully, to forgive freely, to forgive for ever!
Here is a constellation of wonders; and when I think of how great my sins were, how dear were the precious drops which cleansed me from them, and how gracious was the method by which pardon was sealed home to me, I am in a maze of wondering worshipping affection.
I bow before the throne which absolves me, I clasp the cross which delivers me, I serve henceforth all my days the Incarnate God, through whom I am this night a pardoned soul.
Beloved, the Lord is so gracious in his dealing with His children. Ask a prisoner condemned to death what freedom is and hear Him speak. Ask someone whose doctor’s report says you have but few hours to live what freedom is? Ask that woman whose child has taken to the street what freedom that Jesus give is?
You will hear her confess to you how she think is over between her and her child until Jesus met him/her cleansed and made whole, same with the person who was condemned to death and suddenly the God of “sudden” arise, save and pardon was extended and he/her was set free.
What will that brother or sister says whose life was for a moment but the King of glory, the sun of righteousness arise with healings in His wings and touch him/her and life surge back.
So it is for whosoever that the Lord pardoned and forgive. Read job 40, 41 and 42.
There is a great joy over one soul that the Lord pardon and forgives his/her sins.
It is indeed a life of glory unto glory. Praise be the Name of the Lord.
Unending joy and many attendant blessings from the Lord is the portion of such a soul. Praise be the Lord! I am such a soul; what about you?
Remain blessed in the Lord.
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