Who is like unto Thee o Lord! who is like unto Thee O! Lord, among the gods who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness, fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia, always doing wonders alleluia! Ancient of days, as old as You are, as old as You are, You will never fail, ancient of Days as old as You are, as old as You are You will never change.// Lord You are Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful are You Lord! Lord You are wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful, wonderful are You are Lord!
Thank You Most Precious Jesus, how wonderful are You Lord! thank You for a beautiful day You have made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Faithful God, You are Great, You are Precious, How Excellent are You Lord! Heaven and earth are full of Your glory, Hosanna in the highest.
Beloved, it is good to Praise the Lord, alleluia! Let us rejoice before our Maker, Who made us in His image, He loves us with an everlasting love, He gave us His Son to secure eternal life for us, so that after here on earth we will be with Him in heaven, Praise the Name of Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloved, are you keeping fresh as we were made to be? Are you keeping your tune to meet up with the standard note as were also advised to be? Keeping fresh means we must keep abiding unto Jesus, maintaining the standard note outlined three key things to us – studying and reading the Word of God, Partnering in Kingdom work and thirdly, praying. Are you doing the latter so that the former will be visible?
You can only abide when you are reading and studying the Word of God, helping in disciplining others in God’s kingdom, and spent time in praying.
We are going to pray today, but before then we must look at the topic we are considering today- “A Disciplined Tongue.” Beloved, what do you understand by a disciplined tongue?
The Word of God listed out various functions of the tongue- an untamed tongue -Ps 39:1, 34:13, 52:2,4, 50:19, 120:3, 10:7, 5:9, 12:3-4
A Disciplined tongue, Ps 35:28, 37:30, 45:1, 51:14, 120:2, isa 50:4, 54:17, 1 Cor 14:2,4, 14, Jas 1:2, 3:5-6, 8, 1Pet 3:10.
God also speaks to us and He can as well posses the tongue of a man to perfect His work as he did with Ezekiel and Isaiah- Isa 45:23, Ezek 3:26-27, Isa 50:4.
Beloved, God gave us a tongue to build up and not to tear down. Our tongue is meant to pray God’s blessings into our lives, our loves ones and not destroyed. Do you have a disciplined tongue? If not, here is an opportunity for you to pray and be heard from heaven to ask God to discipline your tongue. Let your tongue henceforth be for building up and not to destroy any man/ woman.
May God help us as we pray today. we must pray down God’s blessing upon our lives and rebuke from cursed from the pit of hell against our lives. We must learn to keep out tongue quite in presence of our enemies and away from destruction. The Lord will hear us and deliver us from all evil in Jesus Name.
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A Disciplined Tongue
Lord, set up a guard for my mouth; keep watch at the door of my lips.—Psalm 141:3
Proverbs 10:19 states, “The one who controls his lips is wise.” I’m glad God included in the Psalms and Proverbs the words that are before us today about controlling our speech. It’s important to talk, but talking too much is as bad as not talking at all. Proverbs extols rationing our words.
Once, when Thomas Edison the inventor was at a reception, the toastmaster stood up and complimented him on his many inventions, especially the talking machine. After the toastmaster sat down, the aged inventor rose to his feet and said, “Thank you for those remarks, but I must correct one thing. It was God who invented the talking machine. I only invented the first one that can be shut off.”
A doctor told me that once, while writing out a prescription, he asked a woman to put out her tongue. When he had finished, she said to him, “But doctor, you never even looked at my tongue.” The doctor replied, “It wasn’t necessary, I just wanted you to keep quiet while I wrote the prescription.” Amidst the humor of today’s notes, don’t miss the point—words are important, but don’t overdo them. I like the advice of an anonymous poet who wrote:
If your lips would keep from slips
Five things observe with care:
Of whom you speak, to whom you speak,
And how and when and where.
A wise person has a disciplined tongue. Many need to learn this, for, like the tongue in old shoes, our tongue is often the last thing to be worn out. If a disciplined tongue is your need, ask God to help you, for an undisciplined tongue is an unloving tongue.
Father, I realize that oftentimes my tongue is the most difficult thing to bring under control. Yet I have the promise of Your help even in this. I give you my tongue to be bridled—take over the reins. In Jesus’ name I pray. Amen.
What did Jesus say we will have to account for?
What did Paul mean by “idle talkers” (Tit 1:10)?
Beloveth, what an awesome God we serve. He loves us and want the best for us. He commanded us to fear and stand in awe of Who He is. Come and pray believing that God’s mercies will locate you and bless you, bring down the blessings of God upon your life.
Pray that God’s kingdom comes down and let Jesus be magnified in your life, family, career, and ministry. Beloved, pray that God will show up in any area of your life where you need His touch right away. Beloved pray that the church of God will match on and the gate of hell shall not prevail against it. Pray down the remaining glorious manifestations of God’s blessings upon your life and ministry as the year round up in Jesus Name.
Answer us O Lord as we pray today in Jesus Name!!!!!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.