I will exalt You Lord for Thy has lifted above my enemies You banner over me is love!!! I will exalt You Lord for Thy has lifted above my enemies You banner over me is love!!! I will lift up Your Name (I will lift up Your Name) I will lift up Your Name (I will lift up Your Name) I will lift up Your Name above every other Name… O! Lord!// Great is Thy faithfulness, Great is Thy faithfulness morning by morning new mercies I see, all that I needed Thy Hand has provided, Great is Thy faithfulness Lord unto Thee!
Thank You Father the great mystery of godliness which you manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the gentiles, believed on in the world, receive up into glory. (1 Tim 3:16).
Blessed Father we thank You, we bless You Lord for all the goodness and mercies that followed us through. You are indeed a Great God, Holy are You! You are worthy to be Praise. Thank You Wonderful Father, alleluia to Your Holy Name in Jesus Name we worship.
Beloveth, is our PCL session, can you give a shout offering to the Lord! Our God is good all the time. It gonna be another wonderful time in God’s blessings in the lives of His beloved children, our topic today best fit for faith clinic but we intention slated for today to bring our experience to practice, Praise the Lord.
Is possible we dwell so much in faith but falls us when we need it most why? Because are not growing in the faith, we believe but we are not building up our faith through the reading of the Word, we are not meditating on the Word, we are not putting God’s Word to practice, that is why we chose to look at this Bible verse practically.
What was happening when Jesus made this statement? Why did He make it? What was the outcome of the statement?
Oftentimes we profess our faith, we confess that Jesus is the Lord and He can do all things and when we find ourselves in the middle of the storm we run helter-skelter, we forget the promise we received and we look and sound hopeless too but it is not suppose to be so
The disciple could not cast out the demon and Jesus called them faithless generation but later when the Holy Spirit came upon the disciples they cast out demons and spoke boldly before the authorities. What happened to them, what was different when they were with Jesus and after He has gone?
The Father of the boy did not pretend before Jesus, he asked Jesus to have compassion on then and help them if He can. He did not form that he knows it all, he asked Jesus to help him if he can and Jesus reminded him if only you believe that all things are possible to him/her that believed. This man asked Him to help his unbelief. And straight away Jesus cast out the foul spirit that was tormenting his son and his son was restored back to health.
Why did Jesus called the disciples faithless generation? And what happened after the scene Jesus told them why they were unable to do that- this kind can be cast out only by prayer (NLT2) and fasting (KJV).
Beloveth, all things are possible to Him that believeth. And you can be perform great things only by Praying. Without prayer you are shallow in your walk with God. You will not have insight or have power over the forces of darkness.
Beloveth, make your life a life of prayer. Don’t allow circumstance of life to detect your prayer life. Acknowledge God in good times and in challenge and difficult things. Don’t you ever allow yourself to have conversation with satan, don’t allow any suggestion with him, rather engage the Word of God, search the scripture, meditate on the Word and see victory restore over that situations in Jesus Name.
“All things are possible to him that believeth.” Mark 9:23
Many professed Christians are always doubting and fearing, and they forlornly think that this is the necessary state of believers. This is a mistake, for “all things are possible to him that believeth”; and it is possible for us to mount into a state in which a doubt or a fear shall be but as a bird of passage flitting across the soul, but never lingering there. When you read of the high and sweet communions enjoyed by favoured saints, you sigh and murmur in the chamber of your heart, “Alas! these are not for me.”
O climber, if thou hast but faith, thou shalt yet stand upon the sunny pinnacle of the temple, for “all things are possible to him that believeth.” You hear of exploits which holy men have done for Jesus; what they have enjoyed of Him; how much they have been like Him; how they have been able to endure great persecutions for His sake; and you say, “Ah! as for me, I am but a worm; I can never attain to this.” But there is nothing which one saint was, that you may not be. There is no elevation of grace, no attainment of spirituality, no clearness of assurance, no post of duty, which is not open to you if you have but the power to believe.
Lay aside your sackcloth and ashes, and rise to the dignity of your true position; you are little in Israel because you will be so, not because there is any necessity for it. It is not meet that thou shouldst grovel in the dust, O child of a King. Ascend! The golden throne of assurance is waiting for you! The crown of communion with Jesus is ready to bedeck your brow.
Wrap yourself in scarlet and fine linen, and fare sumptuously every day; for if thou believest, thou mayst eat the fat of kidneys of wheat; thy land shall flow with milk and honey, and thy soul shall be satisfied as with marrow and fatness. Gather golden sheaves of grace, for they await thee in the fields of faith. “All things are possible to him that believeth.”
Beloveth all things are possible to Him that believeth. What are you trusting God for? I have so many things that I am believing and trusting God for – thank to His Word that says it is possible if only I can believe and I do believe so therefore it will surely come to pass.
Beloveth be strong in the grace that in Christ Jesus (2 Tim 2:1-13). Walk as children of light and never in walk darkness again which you did once walk. Grow your faith mediate on the Word therein and see God taking you from one lever of glory to another. It is our season of Highly Favoured our God will show us favour that will close the mouth of the enemies like He did the lions in the den when they saw Daniel. Praise the Lord!
As many as that are saying “Jesus have compassion on me and help me. As many that are saying to “Jesus help my unbelief” receive the grace and to stand through until you receive God’s reward as He has promised in Jesus Name (Ps 124:8, Prov 20:22, Jas 5:17, Matt 4:10)
You are highly favoured in Jesus Name !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Have a glorious weekend and by God’s grace we see again on Monday Amen!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.