Glory, glory alleluia His banner over me is love 3x His banner over us is love. Come and join me sing alleluia Jehovah has done me well 2x.
Father praise Your Holy Name in the highest. Thank You for the gift today. Thank You for seeing us through this week. Blessed be thy Holy Name forever and ever and ever and ever. Thank You for many pleasant surprises you sent our way and your undeniable miracles that are standing as proof of Your undying love for us. Glory, honour, adoration belong to You forever and ever amen!
Beloved, what a great week we have here. I hope you are thanking God for the month of February, it is a glorious one. I saw the Lord moving in situations that were beyond us and giving solutions to them. In case you are still believing God for anything in month, hold on and stand still for He will yet do it. Before the end of the month it will deliver to you in Jesus Name.
I also want to remind you that you have an additional 24hrs extra this month to press home any issue of concern, so make the best of it. Many miracle has been package for that day. Yours will deliver to you and am also full of expectant. Glory be to God.
Friday is here again, as usual we will be putting ourselves on the spot again to see how far we are going. The truth is that we are here to glorify God and to do His will. However, if anyone choose to do otherwise such a person will blame self. Jesus did it all and He is still in the business of doing good. His death on the cross is to save humanities and we have many evidence in the Word that hell is real (Lk 16:23, 2 Pet 2:4; Rev 6:8, 20:13).
Do you dare to be there? A stick of matches will teach you otherwise. The fire is unquenchable and it is burning with sulphur (Rev 19:20; 20:10).
Therefore I encourage us again that the merit of Christ death be not in vain in our life and situations in Jesus Name. Confess any known sin and stay away from evil. Come to Him, He will deliver you and make you whole.
Let us live like Jesus our King, Redeemer, Saviour and Soon Coming King:
“He looketh upon men, and if any say, I have sinned, and perverted that which was right, and it profited me not; he will deliver his soul from going into the pit, and his life shall see the light.” Job 33:27, 28
This is a word of truth, gathered from the experience of a man of God, and it is tantamount to a promise. What the Lord has done, and is doing, He will continue to do while the world standeth. The Lord will receive into His bosom all who come to Him with a sincere confession of their sin; in fact, He is always on the look-out to discover any that are in trouble because of their faults.
Can we not endorse the language here used? Have we not sinned, sinned personally so as to say, “I have sinned”? Sinned willfully, having perverted that which is right? Sinned so as to discover that there is no profit in it, but an eternal loss? Let us, then, go to God with this honest acknowledgment. He asks no more. We can do no less.
Let us plead His promise in the name of Jesus. He will deliver us from the pit of hell which yawns for us; He will grant us life and light. Why should we despair? Why should we even doubt? The Lord does not mock humble souls. He means what He says. The guilty can be forgiven. Those who deserve execution can receive free pardon. Lord, we confess, and we pray thee to forgive!
“Behold, if the leprosy have covered all his flesh, he shall pronounce him clean that hath the plague.” Leviticus 13:13
Strange enough this regulation appears, yet there was wisdom in it, for the throwing out of the disease proved that the constitution was sound. This evening it may be well for us to see the typical teaching of so singular a rule. We, too, are lepers, and may read the law of the leper as applicable to ourselves.
When a man sees himself to be altogether lost and ruined, covered all over with the defilement of sin, and in no part free from pollution; when he disclaims all righteousness of his own, and pleads guilty before the Lord, then he is clean through the blood of Jesus, and the grace of God. Hidden, unfelt, unconfessed iniquity is the true leprosy; but when sin is seen and felt, it has received its deathblow, and the Lord looks with eyes of mercy upon the soul afflicted with it.
Nothing is more deadly than self-righteousness, or more hopeful than contrition. We must confess that we are “nothing else but sin,” for no confession short of this will be the whole truth; and if the Holy Spirit be at work with us, convincing us of sin, there will be no difficulty about making such an acknowledgment—it will spring spontaneously from our lips.
What comfort does the text afford to truly awakened sinners: the very circumstance which so grievously discouraged them is here turned into a sign and symptom of a hopeful state! Stripping comes before clothing; digging out the foundation is the first thing in building—and a thorough sense of sin is one of the earliest works of grace in the heart.
O thou poor leprous sinner, utterly destitute of a sound spot, take heart from the text, and come as thou art to Jesus—
“For let our debts be what they may, however great or small,
As soon as we have nought to pay, our Lord forgives us all.
‘Tis perfect poverty alone that sets the soul at large:
While we can call one mite our own, we have no full discharge.”
Beloved, your debt He paid, incur not again least the jury makes a demand from you. Stay within the conferment of His grace that is abounding and you will be glad you did. Praise God.
His blessings will not elude you in this seasons as you seek daily after Him as the deer pant after the brook.
See you next week by His grace and be ready to hear from the Throne of grace for you are an overcomer by the power in the blood and the testimonies of your mouth.
Remain blessed in the Lord.