Everlasting Thank You, Immortal Holy Ghost Thank You everlasting Father, everlasting Son immortal Holy Ghost be thy glorified.// Forever You will be (2x), forever You will be, the Lamb upon the Throne, the lamb upon the Throne, I gladly bow knees, I gladly bow my knees to worship You my Lord.
Thank You Father because You have the finally say. Thank You Lord for the gift life, another opportunity to serve You is eternal and everlasting. I bow before Your Throne and worship You alone Who is Worthy of my praise. Thank You for defending my course and put the enemies of my soul to shame. Thank You Lord for preserving and keeping me. glory be to thy Holy Name Amen!
Beloved, it is wonderful to know that Jesus die for me (us). it is wonderful to know that He love with an everlasting love. He went to the cross and bore all our disease and infirmities. What a wonderful Saviour we have.
O Lord what is man that You are so mindful of him, if breathe left him, he is but a sand but You made man in Your image so that he will serve You but the enemy of our soul struggles with the fact that we are Your delight and fight daily to take away from us the blessings and grace and all that You have use to adorn us.
But thanks be to Spirit of God that will always raise a standard against the enemy when he comes in like flood. Thank You Father for making us able to stand even when everything around us is seeking our downfall. Glory be to You Lord.
Beloveth, may God grant us the grace to stand and stand firm in Him alone. May this special month to learn from the Master what made Him great be a blessing to us in Jesus Name. Our God is able to keep You from falling, I am a living testimony, glory be to You Lord! (Ps 56:3)
Sometime also it seems as if God is far from us, but I know that we have been able to assure us through the teaching we had about the Immanence of God that God is the very breathe in your nostrils therefore we need not be afraid. Even in the most trialing situation of our faith, God is only watching but He will never be late as we also read from the messages of today.
So relax in His presence and be blessed in Jesus Name. Let’s read more:
“Able to keep you from falling.” Jude 1:24
In some sense the path to heaven is very safe, but in other respects there is no road so dangerous. It is beset with difficulties. One false step (and how easy it is to take that if grace be absent), and down we go. What a slippery path is that which some of us have to tread! How many times have we to exclaim with the Psalmist, “My feet were almost gone, my steps had well nigh slipped.” If we were strong, sure-footed mountaineers, this would not matter so much; but in ourselves, how weak we are! In the best roads we soon falter, in the smoothest paths we quickly stumble.
These feeble knees of ours can scarcely support our tottering weight. A straw may throw us, and a pebble can wound us; we are mere children tremblingly taking our first steps in the walk of faith, our heavenly Father holds us by the arms or we should soon be down. Oh, if we are kept from falling, how must we bless the patient power which watches over us day by day!
Think, how prone we are to sin, how apt to choose danger, how strong our tendency to cast ourselves down, and these reflections will make us sing more sweetly than we have ever done, “Glory be to Him, who is able to keep us from falling.” We have many foes who try to push us down. The road is rough and we are weak, but in addition to this, enemies lurk in ambush, who rush out when we least expect them, and labour to trip us up, or hurl us down the nearest precipice.
Only an Almighty arm can preserve us from these unseen foes, who are seeking to destroy us. Such an arm is engaged for our defence. He is faithful that hath promised, and He is able to keep us from falling, so that with a deep sense of our utter weakness, we may cherish a firm belief in our perfect safety, and say, with joyful confidence,
“Against me earth and hell combine,
But on my side is power divine;
Jesus is all, and He is mine!”
Glory be to God, Who is able to keep us from falling. Blessed be His Holy Name forever and ever Amen! Beloved is amazing the love of God towards us His children whom He had redeemed by the blood of Jesus. beloved, from my recent encounter I can stand tall and tell You that Jesus is all and he is mine, even though the earth and hell combine but on my side is power divine; Jesus is all, and He is mine!.
When Jesus specks not forth, beloved, another miracle is about to take place, so next time you are before the Master and He is not speaking “hold on because your miracle is right in front of you for take.” Praise the Lord!
“But He answered her not a word.” Matthew 15:23
Genuine seekers who as yet have not obtained the blessing, may take comfort from the story before us. The Saviour did not at once bestow the blessing, even though the woman had great faith in Him. He intended to give it, but He waited awhile. “He answered her not a word.”
Were not her prayers good? Never better in the world. Was not her case needy? Sorrowfully needy. Did she not feel her need sufficiently? She felt it overwhelmingly. Was she not earnest enough? She was intensely so. Had she no faith? She had such a high degree of it that even Jesus wondered, and said, “O woman, great is thy faith.”
See then, although it is true that faith brings peace, yet it does not always bring it instantaneously. There may be certain reasons calling for the trial of faith, rather than the reward of faith. Genuine faith may be in the soul like a hidden seed, but as yet it may not have budded and blossomed into joy and peace.
A painful silence from the Saviour is the grievous trial of many a seeking soul, but heavier still is the affliction of a harsh cutting reply such as this, “It is not meet to take the children’s bread, and to cast it to dogs.” Many in waiting upon the Lord find immediate delight, but this is not the case with all. Some, like the jailer, are in a moment turned from darkness to light, but others are plants of slower growth.
A deeper sense of sin may be given to you instead of a sense of pardon, and in such a case you will have need of patience to bear the heavy blow. Ah! poor heart, though Christ beat and bruise thee, or even slay thee, trust Him; though He should give thee an angry word, believe in the love of His heart.
Do not, I beseech thee, give up seeking or trusting my Master, because thou hast not yet obtained the conscious joy which thou longest for. Cast thyself on Him, and perseveringly depend even where thou canst not rejoicingly hope.
Father thank You and thank You for You able to keep us from falling into the trap of the enemies. Arise O God and let Your enemies be scattered in Jesus Name (2Tim 1:12; Ps 61:4)
Let the righteousness of Christ be our shield from the fiery darts of the wicked in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.