Receive all the glory Lord, receive all the honour, receive all the adoration in the Name of Jesus.
Blessed be The Name of Lord! He is worthy of all our praises. Our Father in heaven, we bow before Your Throne again and again for You are Mighty. Be Thou glorified in the Name of Jesus.
Beloved, who has the finally say? Over your life, family, career and ministry? The help of man cannot open the heavens for you but Divine Help can. It is so important to note that the blessings of the Lord maketh rich and add no sorrow to it.
When God will turn away the captivity of Zion they will be like then that dream dreams. The prayers of the saints must be answered by the Lord. The fact that nothing has manifested does not mean that nothing is happening, the Lord’s bidding must be accomplish in the lives of His beloved ones in the Name of Jesus, for He listens always:
“The Lord hath heard my supplication; the Lord will receive my prayer.” Ps. 6:9
The experience here recorded is mine. I can set to my seal that God is true. In very wonderful ways He has answered the prayers of His servant many and many a time. Yes, and He is hearing my present supplication, and He is not turning away His ear from me. Blessed be His Holy Name!
What then? Why, for certain the promise which lies sleeping in the Psalmist’s believing confidence is also mine. Let me grasp it by the hand of faith: “The Lord will receive my prayer.” He will accept it, think of it, and grant it in the way and time which His loving wisdom judges to be best. I bring my poor prayer in my hand to the great King, and He gives me audience, and graciously receives my petition. My enemies will not listen to me, but my Lord will. They ridicule my tearful prayers, but my Lord does not; He receives my prayer into His ear and His heart.
What a reception this is for a poor sinner! We receive Jesus, and then the Lord receives us and our prayers for His Son’s sake. Blessed be that dear Name which franks our prayers so that they freely pass even within the golden gates. Lord, teach me to pray, since thou hearest my prayers.
Beloved, one of the Names of God is El-Shaddia, the Mighty One, He is the Great provider. He shall supply all our needs and attain to all our concerns because the earth is of the Lord and it fullest thereof. Everything is under His command, including Satan and his agents.
Once again I ask dear beloved, who has the finally say? Come with as read through this message below, l believe God will give you an encounter of a life time that people will see and glorify your Father, Who is heaven:
“Thou shalt see now whether My word shall come to pass unto thee or not.” Numbers 11:23
God had made a positive promise to Moses that for the space of a whole month He would feed the vast host in the wilderness with flesh. Moses, being overtaken by a fit of unbelief, looks to the outward means, and is at a loss to know how the promise can be fulfilled. He looked to the creature instead of the Creator.
But doth the Creator expect the creature to fulfil His promise for Him? No; He who makes the promise ever fulfils it by His own unaided omnipotence. If He speaks, it is done—done by Himself. His promises do not depend for their fulfillment upon the co-operation of the puny strength of man. We can at once perceive the mistake which Moses made. And yet how commonly we do the same!
God has promised to supply our needs, and we look to the creature to do what God has promised to do; and then, because we perceive the creature to be weak and feeble, we indulge in unbelief. Why look we to that quarter at all? Will you look to the north pole to gather fruits ripened in the sun?
Verily, you would act no more foolishly if ye did this than when you look to the weak for strength, and to the creature to do the Creator’s work. Let us, then, put the question on the right footing. The ground of faith is not the sufficiency of the visible means for the performance of the promise, but the all-sufficiency of the invisible God, who will most surely do as He hath said. If after clearly seeing that the onus lies with the Lord and not with the creature, we dare to indulge in mistrust, the question of God comes home mightily to us: “Has the Lord’s hand waxed short?”
May it happen, too, in His mercy, that with the question there may flash upon our souls that blessed declaration, “Thou shalt see now whether My word shall come to pass unto thee or not.”
If this declaration is for you, repent of your sin of unbelief, turn to God depending only on Him to see you through, whatsoever it may be. Is it your business, family, career, ministry, works of your hand, listen He is able to do what He said He will do, only trust and obey His biddings in your life and you will be amazed at what He alone can do.
Do not trust your own strength but trust in God. In your weakness, His strength will sufficient for you. Praise the Name of the Lord! Somebody, Alleluia! Click here to join God’s Family.
You get to hear this, do not quit from that thing you are engaged in, quitters are not winners, just ask God for fresh insight and His favour and strength upon your life why it last. At the end, you will testify of His goodness over your life. Keep moving; don’t you ever look back. Leave what is behind and press forward (Phil 3:12-14) to obtain. (by God’s grace, we are going to treat this topic “Pressing Forward”) don’t miss it, for it will a great miss. Someone’s light will shine forth after reading through.
Don’t forget to remember us in your prayers as we do remember you and God will bless you in return as your prayer blesses us.
Remain blessed in the Lord.