Father, may it rain, may it rain, may it rain, may it rain. Yesterday it rained, it raineth in my life, today may it rain and rain forever more, yesterday it rained, it raineth in my life, today may it rain and rain forever more. All the glory must be unto Thee Lord, for He is worthy of our praise, no man on earth should be glory to himself, all the glory must be to the Lord. Yes Lord, Yes Lord, Yes Yes Lord! Yes Lord, Yes Lord, Yes Yes Lord! Yes Lord, Yes Lord, Yes Yes Lord! Amen!
Thank You Lord for Your Faithfulness. You are God of all that You have created; heaven and earth belongs to You. Let all the glory, honour, adorations be unto you Lord. Amen.
Beloved, and the Lord said, ‘come unto me all you who are heavy laden and I will give you rest’. The rest of the Lord cannot be compared with anything. It is heaven on earth. It does matter what the enemy is doing or saying in all of it is your peace established.
What a comfort from the Lord. The assaults of the devil and his cohorts are not in any way comforting. No one is sick and will say ‘O what a blessed moment!’ No one is admitted in the hospital and calls his families and friends for celebration, no matter how that hospital is rated to second to none in the world, the desire to go home will always come up except if fellow is a vagabond. And I believe you are not one. Praise God.
No one engages the service of any hospital to spend his or her weekend no matter how coziness the facilities in that hospital are. Why? Because the name ‘hospital’ is not synonymous with comfort or relaxation, rather it associated with anxiety and worries.
Beloved, our comfort is only guaranteed in Christ and in Him alone. Not in your investments or bank accounts nor in anything else. But our sufficiency is in Christ Jesus. In Him is our surety for eternity. Every filthiness and defilement must give way for Christ to reign (1 Cor 5:7). Accept Christ now for the day of the Lord is at hand (Zeph1:7).
Once again, Christ is inviting you to a banquet. Will you accept it or refuse it and be dinning with the swine? I reject the later part for you in Jesus Name. I decree that every spirit that is resisting the dominion of Christ in your life and situation is cursed from its roots in Jesus Name.
Come into the abundant life guarantee; come into God’s glory realm for your life. You must not end this month without seeing His glory shining through your life. It has been ordained in heaven, so ensure you make it a reality here on earth. Anywhere you want experience life, ask Jesus to come into it right now and receive answers in Jesus Name. Let’s discover more:
A thief comes only to steal and to kill and to destroy. I have come that they may have life and have it in abundance.—John 10:10
Jesus warns us to be on guard for thieves who will try to rob us of what God has for us. Jesus wants us to enjoy abundant life (John 10:10). Since the time of Adam and Eve, people have had to choose whom to believe. Satan convinced Adam and Eve that forfeiting their obedience to God would gain them everything. Instead, their disobedience robbed them of all they had. For the rest of their lives they experienced only a fraction of the blessings God had intended. Scripture is replete with accounts of those who forfeited their inheritance as children of God in order to gain that which was transitory and empty.
The world seeks to convince you that you will find fulfillment if you adopt its standard of morality for your marriage, raising your children, advancing your career, or pursuing pleasure. If you believe this, you will never experience the blessings God intended for you. Sin brings death (Rom. 6:23). It is tragic to listen to the voices of the world instead of to the One who created life and who wants you to experience life to its fullest.
Jesus wants you to live your life with security, knowing that you are a beloved child of God. If you are not experiencing love, joy, and peace, you have settled for less than what God intends for you. If you have been making excuses for why you are not experiencing an abundant and joyful life, determine today to settle for nothing less than God’s best for your life. Stop following the world’s way of finding satisfaction. Instead, listen to the Savior’s voice, and you will find true fulfillment.
I want to draw your attention to the first paragraph after the text, Adam and eve disobedience draw them away from God’s plan for them. It robs them of God’s blessings indeed instead they experienced token of their total package as ordained by God. Praise God. Join me as we see God’s glory array on prints but my prayer for you is that it becomes your experience in Jesus Name.
“Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His name.” Psalm 29:2
God’s glory is the result of His nature and acts. He is glorious in His character, for there is such a store of everything that is holy, and good, and lovely in God, that He must be glorious. The actions which flow from His character are also glorious; but while He intends that they should manifest to His creatures His goodness, and mercy, and justice, He is equally concerned that the glory associated with them should be given only to Himself. Nor is there aught in ourselves in which we may glory; for who maketh us to differ from another? And what have we that we did not receive from the God of all grace?
Then how careful ought we to be to walk humbly before the Lord! The moment we glorify ourselves, since there is room for one glory only in the universe, we set ourselves up as rivals to the Most High. Shall the insect of an hour glorify itself against the sun which warmed it into life? Shall the potsherd exalt itself above the man who fashioned it upon the wheel? Shall the dust of the desert strive with the whirlwind? Or the drops of the ocean struggle with the tempest?
Give unto the Lord, all ye righteous, give unto the Lord glory and strength; give unto Him the honour that is due unto His name. Yet it is, perhaps, one of the hardest struggles of the Christian life to learn this sentence—”Not unto us, not unto us, but unto Thy name be glory.” It is a lesson which God is ever teaching us, and teaching us sometimes by most painful discipline. Let a Christian begin to boast, “I can do all things,” without adding “through Christ which strengtheneth me,” and before long he will have to groan, “I can do nothing,” and bemoan himself in the dust.
When we do anything for the Lord, and He is pleased to accept of our doings, let us lay our crown at His feet, and exclaim, “Not I, but the grace of God which was with me!”
The glory and splendor of the Lord should the desire of the every child of God but we must not in any way boost in ourselves except in Him, The God Almighty! Praise God!
Remain blessed in the Lord.