Good morning Jesus good morning Lord I know You come from heaven above the Holy Spirit is on the Throne, good morning Jesus good morning Lord. // Who is like unto thee O Lord! Who is like unto thee O Lord, among the God who is like unto thee
Father we thank You we blessed You holy Name we honour You, we worship You be thou be exalted forever in Jesus Name. Thank You Father for You are great. Everything written about You is Great. Thank for You for another beautiful day You have made and made us part of it.
Beloved, we are here again to worship the King of kings the Lord of Lord the ancient of days the beginning and the end. How are you doing? So much activities going on town because of the season we are in. How is the carols going on? We thank God for the privilege to worship and enjoy in His presence glory be to God.
Are you afflicted? Do you think all is gone? A son writer said count your blessings, name them one by one. Count your blessings see what God has done, count your blessings name them one by one and it will surprise you what the Lord has done. Whatever be it you are going through at this moment, remember today’s text and be comforted. God will keep all your bone and none will be broken. What a wonderful promise to an afflicted one.
Just know that God is God and is mercies endureth forever. He loves you with an everlasting love while you are yet sinner, He send His Son to die for you. He cares for you and will not allow anything to hurt you. Look beyond that pain and see the bright morning star smiling at you. All is not gone. Jehovah our Maker will not forsake you neither will he abandon you. He promised to keep your bone and He will not fail to do just that.
His Word is Yea and Amen! God is not man that He should lie nor the Son of man that He will repent, had He said it He surely do it. Let this message comfort you. Let’s keep going
“He keepeth all his bones; not one of them is broken.” Ps. 34:20
This promise by the context is referred to the much afflicted righteous man: “Many are the afflictions of the righteous, but the Lord delivereth him out of them all.” He may suffer skin-wounds and flesh-wounds, but no great harm shall be done, “not a bone of him shall be broken.”
This is great comfort to a tried child of God, and comfort which I dare accept; for up to this hour I have suffered no real damage from my many afflictions. I have neither lost faith, nor hope, nor love. Nay, so far from losing these bones of character, they have gained in strength and energy. I have more knowledge, more experience, more patience, more stability than I had before the trials came. Not even my joy has been destroyed. Many a bruise have I had by sickness, bereavement, depression, slander, and opposition; but the bruise has healed, and there has been no compound fracture of a bone, not even a simple one. The reason is not far to seek. If we trust in the Lord, He keeps all our bones; and if He keeps them, we may be sure that not one of them is broken.
Come, my heart, do not sorrow. Thou art smarting, but there are no bones broken. Endure hardness, and bid defiance to fear. Because the arraignment of our whole life is of the Lord. The second message is like the first please let keep going:
“The lot is cast into the lap, but the whole disposing thereof is of the Lord.” Proverbs 16:33
If the disposal of the lot is the Lord’s whose is the arrangement of our whole life? If the simple casting of a lot is guided by Him, how much more the events of our entire life—especially when we are told by our blessed Saviour: “The very hairs of your head are all numbered: not a sparrow falleth to the ground without your Father.”
It would bring a holy calm over your mind, dear friend, if you were always to remember this. It would so relieve your mind from anxiety, that you would be the better able to walk in patience, quiet, and cheerfulness as a Christian should. When a man is anxious he cannot pray with faith; when he is troubled about the world, he cannot serve his Master, his thoughts are serving himself.
If you would “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness,” all things would then be added unto you. You are meddling with Christ’s business, and neglecting your own when you fret about your lot and circumstances. You have been trying “providing” work and forgetting that it is yours to obey. Be wise and attend to the obeying, and let Christ manage the providing.
Come and survey your Father’s storehouse, and ask whether He will let you starve while He has laid up so great an abundance in His garner? Look at His heart of mercy; see if that can ever prove unkind! Look at His inscrutable wisdom; see if that will ever be at fault.
Above all, look up to Jesus Christ your Intercessor, and ask yourself, while He pleads, can your Father deal ungraciously with you? If He remembers even sparrows, will He forget one of the least of His poor children? “Cast thy burden upon the Lord, and He will sustain thee. He will never suffer the righteous to be moved.”
My soul, rest happy in thy low estate,
Nor hope nor wish to be esteem’d or great;
To take the impress of the Will Divine,
Be that thy glory, and those riches thine.
Beloved, I am encouraged I hope are also encourage. He will never suffer the righteous to be moved.” “The very hairs of your head are all numbered: not a sparrow falleth to the ground without your Father.” but remember “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness,” all things would then be added unto you including dominion. Praise God.
Beloved, that is a promise for the week hold on to it and be blessed. Walk therein in it and be blessed. This week is declared blessed in Jesus Name. Return on Friday with your testimonies.
Remain blessed in the Lord