Who is like unto Thee O Lord! who is like unto Thee O Lord among the gods who like Thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia! O! Lord my God how excellent is Your Name in all the earth how wonderful is your Name.// I will exalt You Lord, for Thou has lifted me above my enemies Your banner over me is love 2x
Thank You Lord, thank You Jesus, thank You Ancient of days, Thank You lion of tribe of Judea, thank You Father, thank You Lord in Jesus Name. how Excellent is Your Name O! Lord, how Wonderful is Your Name O! Lord, how Powerful is Thy Name O! Lord, Thank You Jesus for another great privilege to be called Your own in the land of the living, glory be to You Lord, be Thou glorify in Jesus Name.
Ancient of days, how Old are You Lord! How old are You Lord You will never fail. Ancient of days how old are You Lord, how old are You Lord You will never change.// I will lift up my voice, I will gladly sing not for You have done but for Who You are, You are the song that I sing, melody in my voice the reason I sing is to Praise Your Name, You reign, Jesus reign, reign, reign, Jesus reign, forever more, for ever more. He reign , Jesus reign, Jesus reign forever more!
Beloved, do you have any reason to rejoice? For us in overcomers, we have every reason to rejoice as an individual and a body of Christ we have multiple reasons to Praise and worship God, to be grateful and thankful to Him for His manifold blessings. His mercy never come to end, there are new every morning, new every morning great is Thy faithfulness O! Lord great is Thy faithfulness.
Yes! The mercy of God is brand new every morning wherefore we are glad. Faithful God yes! Faithful God only You deserve all the glory faithful God, only you deserve all the glory faithful God.
Do you have any reason to rejoice? I am rejoicing that Jesus conquered satan, O! I am rejoicing, yes I am rejoicing, I am rejoicing that Jesus conquer satan yes! I am rejoicing Praise the Lord! Yes! I am rejoicing that He save us from darkness and brought us into His marvelous light. I am rejoicing because he died for me so that I will inherit eternal life at the end of my journey here on earth, Praise to the Lord! Glory be to His Name on high.
What I about you? What are your reasons for rejoicing? Some Christian find it difficult to rejoice or make merry. Some deny themselves laughter all because they are matching to heaven therefore they are keep straight and walk steadfast least the offend God. Isn’t it wonderful to know that even God laugh. He even gave us a month of laughter within our year of Glorious Manifestation, it therefore means that God wants to be happy and rejoice always.
He does wonders in our lives that produces laughter and rejoicing in our inner being. You rejoice because Jesus loves you. You are happy because you are not forgotten. You are happy because God thinks about you. Beloved that is why I rejoice that I am not ‘a product of mistake.” I am in God’s plan and He has a goodly heritage for me. I know who I am in Christ therefore I rejoice. Inestimable joy oozes out from my heart and I am glad always (1Pet 2:9, 1 Cor 2:16, Jer 29:11).
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Always a Reason to Rejoice
Honor His holy name; let the hearts of those who seek Yahweh rejoice.—Psalm 105:3
The second fruit of the Spirit listed by Paul is joy (Gl 5:22). It is no mere accident that “joy” follows the first, love. Joy is a byproduct of love. If you concentrate on getting joy, it will elude you. But if you concentrate on getting love, then joy will seek you out—you will be automatically joyful.
The nine qualities of the fruit of the Spirit are not natural attributes, but supernatural ones. You cannot manufacture them—they just appear in our lives as we allow the Holy Spirit to have His way within us. I know many Christians who find it difficult to embrace the fact that the fruit of the Spirit is joy. They not only don’t expect joy—they don’t want it. One grim Christian said to me once: “At the heart of our faith is a cross. This means we ought to be spending our time weeping, not laughing.”
Well, it is true that there is a cross at the heart of the Christian faith and that following Christ involves some rigorous self-denials, but it does not alter—and cannot alter—the fact that the fruit of the Spirit is joy. We cannot deny that there is a good deal of suffering in Christianity, but beneath the suffering is a joy that will, if we allow it, burst upward through everything. I am bound to say that if there is no joy, there is no Christianity, for Christianity is inherent joy. The empty tomb takes away our empty gloom. We have an Easter morning in our faith, and that means there is always a reason to rejoice.
Father, I am so thankful that Your Holy Spirit applies redemption right to the roots of my being. Thus I can be glad even when I am sad. Thank You, dear Father. Amen.
How did Christ relate joy to the Cross?
What brings joy to His heart?
Beloved, when you know who you are in Christ Jesus, you will have every reason to rejoice and be glad. I want you to quit satan out of your life today, remove the gloom look and be cheerful because you are bought with a price. Let that confidence builds your faith up and make you to rejoice always. Glory be to God on high. (1 Cor 6:15-20, 7:22-24, and 15:58)
Whatever you maybe passing through cannot liken to the joy of the cross- your salvation. So rejoice always, I say again rejoice! Praise the Lord!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord