I will exalt You Lord, for Thou has lifted me above my enemies, Your banner over me is love, I will exalt You Jesus, I will exalt You Father, for Thou has lifted me above my enemies, Your 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.// Glory glory alleluia, glory glory Praise the Lord. Glory glory alleluia, glory glory Praise the Lord.
Father we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name, we exalt You forever, we give You Praise adoration and honour. Thank You for another beautiful day Father, may You be Praise forever and ever in Jesus Name. what shall I say unto the Lord! for all the numerous blessings He showers upon us. I will glorify Your Name forever more, for You are God and Your love enduerth forever, alleluia. Praise be to You Father.
Beloved, good morning, how are doing today? Our God is good all the time. Blessed is He that comes in the Name of the Lord, hosanna in the highest. Our God is good, all the time. May the compassionate heart of Jesus pleas our case before God every second in Jesus Name, we will not disobey the commandments, statues and laws of God to inherent His wrath in Jesus Name.
What an “Amazing Grace” that saved a wretched like me. I am nowhere close to the throne or eternity except the Blood that saved my soul and pour down grace upon all flesh that we will not stand condemn before the throne of God but rather have been redeemed we come boldly before the throne of grace and plead for God’s mercies which is from everlasting to everlasting glory be to Jesus! Amen Alleluia. (Eph 2:1-6, Acts 15:11, Rom 11:5)
“Grace” the unmerited gift of God upon mankind. Indeed we did not deserve it but God gave it to us He gave us His Son though we are dead in sin but we are alive through Jesus our everlasting King whose blood pleads for mercies before the throne of God. Alleluia Amen!(Vs 5-8)
It is this same grace that saved us not works lest any man should boast rather we will be humble before God and acknowledge the great work of salvation. No wonder Paul, after he was converted exclaimed “but by grace I am what I am: and His grace which was bestowed upon me was not found vain; but I labored more abundantly than they all yet not I but the grace of God which was with me”(1Cor 15:10, Eph 2:7-8).
He also declared that it was the Grace of God that appoints a man to be what He has destined Him to be “But when it pleased God, who separated me from my mother’s womb, and called me by his grace, 16 To reveal his Son in me, that I might preach him among the heathen; immediately I conferred not with flesh and blood: I (Gal 1:15-16, Gal 1: 8-10, Acts 20:24, Rom 15:15, Eph 3:7)
The gift of grace made Paul bold to say “ He is not ashamed of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ . it is the power of God at work, saving everyone who believes –the Jew first and also the Gentile” (Rom 1:16,).
Beloved, do you agree with me that indeed this Grace is “Amazing.” A murderer declared a servant of the Most High God? Recall that it was Paul than Saul that commanded the stoning of Stephen of the disciples of Jesus but when grace found him, he turned to a hurdled of goodnews alleluia somebody (Acts 7).
That same grace is available now and here to turn you from your wretched life to an abundant life, can somebody shout alleluia !!!!!!. The grace of God is available to place you Now if you will humble yourself and repent of all your sin. Jesus is here to give you dominion, He is here to assign you to a Kingdom assignment. Never mind the cares for He will take care of it all. No one in His kingdom lacked bread because even His Word gives life (Matt 4:10).
Are you crying to God “O wretched man that I am! Who shall deliver me from the body of this death? (Rom 7:24). Then come with us for more discover:
Yet He was compassionate; He atoned for their guilt.—Psalm 78:38
If we are to go deeper with God, we need to know how to avail ourselves of God’s grace. Romans 5:17 talks about “those who receive the overflow of grace.” Though God’s grace may be abundant, it is only effective in our lives if it is received. But what do we mean by “grace”?
Grace is spoken of in both the Old and New Testaments, and the root meaning of the word is that of kindness and favor. In the New Testament it is used chiefly in connection with God’s undeserved mercy in redeeming humankind. Grace, as undeserved favor, is a term still used in business—especially the world of insurance. Sometimes a representative of a firm will write to a client and say something like this: “In the circumstances you have no claim, we will give you a certain sum as an act of grace.” They acknowledge no indebtedness, but out of their kindness (and in hope of business to come) they give the client something to which he has no legal right.
A definition of grace I like very much is this: “Grace is the strength God gives us to obey His commands.” Grace is not just a kindly attitude but an impartation of power, too. We can be sure that the people who seem to know God in a much deeper way than we do have received more of that power that God imparts “unmerited and free.” It is by grace that they leap over all the impediments on their onward way. Grace truly is amazing!
O God, help me look at the values of earth in the light of heaven. Show me the folly of accumulating riches, the absurdity of heaping together the treasures of earth. May I come to recognize what has the highest value of all—Your matchless grace. Amen.
How did Paul describe grace at work?
What was Paul’s admonition to Timothy?
Beloved, do you know that “Grace” was available in the Old Testament, did you read that too? (Gen 33:8, 17; Zech 4:7). A life without “Grace” will despair. Beloved, join us to say “I thank God through Jesus Christ our Lord” (Rom 7:25, Jn 1:17), it was indeed grace that saved us not works lest we boast. We shall not boast except in Christ Jesus Amen!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Grace is above the law, stand fast in the liberty wherewith Christ had made us free, do not be entangle again to sin after you have been redeemed. (Gal 5:1-4).
Glory to be God for this Grace so “Amazing” alleluia amen!!!!!! Do you want to give your life to Jesus now or you want to re- dedicate your life back to Jesus then click here for that wonderful cleansing after which you will be welcome into the fellowship of the living saints. Praise the Lord! Read Rom 10:10
Always remember that Christ in you is the hope of glory. Col 1:27
Remain blessed in the Lord.