Worthy worthy is the Lamb worthy, worthy is the Lamb, worthy worthy is the Lamb, Lamb of God 2x, praise Him alleluia, praise Him alleluia, praise Him alleluia, praise the Lord.// Come and join me sing alleluia, Jehovah Jireh, has done me well, come and join me sing alleluia, Jehovah Jireh has done me well.
Our Father we bless You Lord for Your peace, joy, mercies, help showers on us freely, we are grateful and we come to say thank You. You made us that we may serve You with all our heart, with all our soul, all our mighty. Glory be to You Father. Faithful Father, we bow before your throne and we say glory, glory, glory to You in the Highest.
Arise O God as we honour You! Arise O God and bless us as we learn from Your feet again today, praise God alleluia!!!
Beloved, are you ready to serve God with all your Heart, soul and mighty? That is what God is saying to someone today, can that be you? Are you willing to obey Him and fellow him step by step?
Today’s topic is very important one to those seeking the true way to serve God. “Loyalty” is a state of being loyal or a feeling of devotion, duty, or attachment to somebody or something. However, we are going to consider a “loyal heart” with relationship to being loyal to God.
Let start by the way of defining the word “loyal.” To be loyal means to faithful to either a country, person, ruler, government or ideal.
It then means that one can be loyal to either of those things mentioned above but for our consideration here, we will be considering a “heart loyal to God.”
In Deut 10:12 the children of Israelites were asked to circumcise their heart. loyalty depicts services, “And now, Israel, what doth the Lord thy God require of thee, but to fear the Lord thy God, to walk in all his ways, and to love him, and to serve the Lord thy God with all thy heart and with all thy soul, Deut 10:12 (KJV).
Beloved, there is always a reward for loyalty. And that is what we are bring your way today. When you serve God with all heart and with all your soul God has a promise for you. Join me as we discover those promises which the Hand of God can do for you.
“For the eyes of the Lord range throughout the earth to show Himself strong for those whose hearts are completely His. You have been foolish in this matter, for from now on, you will have wars.”—2 Chronicles 16:9
If your heart is loyal to God, you do not have to look for Him, He is already looking for you! God told King Asa that He continuously watches for those who are steadfast in their commitment to Him. When He finds them, He makes His presence powerfully evident to them. King Asa had experienced God’s awesome power when he faced a menacing army from Ethiopia (2 Chron. 14:9).
God gave Asa victory, despite the overwhelming odds he faced. In spite of this miracle, the next time Asa faced an enemy he failed to trust God. Even though the army Asa faced was smaller than the one God had previously defeated, Asa’s faith in God faltered. God encouraged Asa to take courage in knowing that God never rests or sleeps. He is never distracted, but diligently seeks individuals whose hearts are completely committed to Him.
Life’s challenges sometimes seem impossible. Do you feel you are too weak to fight the battle? Don’t give up! Keep your heart loyal to God, for He constantly watches over you, and He desires to demonstrate His strength in your life. God is willing and just as capable of giving you victory in your current challenge as He was with those in times past.
The question is not whether God is looking for His people, but whether His people are seeking Him. Take comfort in God’s promise that He watches over you and He wants to give you victory.
Victory belong to God! God will help us when we put our trust in Him, however, when you fail to seek His counsel in any situation, He will be looking on.
Below is another ministration to help someone whose heart is loyal to God. God will always prove our loyalty to Him. Is possible you are going through things and you are wondering what is going on never mind God might be in the business of proving your loyalty to Him.
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The other morning I wept through breakfast with a businessman who has been whiplashed into financial oblivion in a “down economy” through circumstances beyond his control. Highly capable in his field of expertise, he has chosen to tough it out and pay off his creditors rather than declare bankruptcy and walk away from debt.
Another friend who recently lost his wife through a sudden, devastating attack of cancer, is now left to raise their two young boys.
And a third, who was falsely accused of sexual incest, has endured years of litigation, coupled with unimaginable financial and emotional stress; only to be vindicated by the eventual recantation of his accuser.
Today, each of these men exhibit an uncommon spiritual depth and intimacy with Christ, unknown to them prior to their “crucible” experience.
It was C. S. Lewis who observed that “God whispers to us in our pleasure, but shouts to us in our pain.” Someone has sagely noted that “God rarely uses a man greatly until He hurts him deeply“ — including His own Son.
Before his devastating losses, Job was indeed a righteous man (1:1-5), but it was only after the agony of his “dark night of the soul” that he made the greatest journey of his life: The 18 inches from his head to his heart:
“My ears had heard of you but now my eyes have seen you.” (Job 42:5)
So, where are you today? Cruising above the circumstances of life in blissful affluence and good health?
Or do you find yourself in the crucible of adversity through a state of affairs allowed or orchestrated by our loving Heavenly Father who cares infinitely more about the development of your character than in the comfort often afforded through easy circumstances?
“Now for a little while you may have had to suffer grief in all kinds of trials. These have come so that your faith—of greater worth than gold, which perishes even though refined by fire—may be proved genuine and may result in praise, glory and honor when Jesus Christ is revealed.” (1 Peter 1:6, 7)
QUESTION: If you are in the middle of a “crucible” experience, are you choosing to praise and thank Him for the wonder He is working in your soul?
Beloved, did you read that, that season, that experience you are undergoing might just be another loyalty test, so be humble, be faithful, be steadfast in your calling, ministry and service and God will bless you.
A royal heart will always attract God’s attention so be “loyal” to Your Maker, God the Only Wise.
Remain blessed in the Lord.