Let the living Praise the Lord! Let the living Praise the Lord! Let the living Praise the Lord! Let the living Praise the Lord! // I will magnify the Lord, Who is worthy to be Praise! I will magnify the Lord, Who is worthy to be Praise!!! The Lord reigneth blessed be the Lord… Honour to the Lord, let the Rock of my salvation be exalted… The Lord reigneth ….
Our Father we thank You, we Praise Your Holy Name… Thank You Jesus for the wonderful things You have done for us Your children.. Thank You for counting us worthy… to be named among Your children… Father we bow down before You…, we magnify Your Holy Name… be Thou exalted O Lord! In Jesus Name…
Beloveth are bouncing in the Lord I am bouncing in the Lord every day… bouncing bouncing bouncing bouncing…I am bouncing in the Lord everyday….
Praise the Name of the Lord…is Friday… is a glorious day to Praise and worship the Lord… I am so glad I belong to Jesus! I belong to Jesus, I belong to the Lord!!! I am so glad I belong to Jesus, I belong to Jesus I belong to my God!!!
The Psalmist said blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven, whose sin is covered…. Blessed is the man unto whom the Lord imputed not iniquity, and in whose spirit there is no guile.” (Ps 32:1-2 KJV).
Beloveth… when we talk about being blessed, most people links to only financial blessings alone, but is beyond that, being blessed is all in-compassing… financial, health, physical, emotional, spiritual even to the extent of our works of our hand… our domestic animals, fruit of the land, (Deut 7:13-15)… in 3John 1:3- “Beloveth, I wish above all things that Thou mayest prosper and be in health, even as Thy soul prospereth… so being blessed is beyond finance is finding favour before God is All-Round blessing… that can only span from God to us … Praise the Name of the Lord somebody!!!!!!!!!!!!
Are you ready to be blessed abundantly beloveth …. We will be learning at the Master’s Feet today again on how to get the Joker after all… back to our righteous man in Ps 112 is described as someone who is gracious and full of compassion. These two powerful attributes of Jesus Christ. God’s grace cannot be earned and is bountiful in supply. It is a free gift. Some people can’t accept that grace is enough- they want to do something more to earn it themselves.
But Rom 5:20-21 (MSG) tell us: “Sin didn’t, and doesn’t, have a chance in competition with the aggressive forgiveness we call grace. When it is sin verse grace, grace wins hands down. All sin can do is threaten us with death, and that’s the end it. Grace, because God is putting everything together again through the Messiah, invites us into life – a life that goes on and on and on world without end.
You may have made some big mistakes in your life, but God’s grace is greater than your sin. There is nothing more you need to do, other than make the decision to surrender your life to Jesus, ask for His forgiveness and accept His unmerited favour and blessing in your life. Click here to accept Jesus now….
Compassion is another powerful characteristic of God. Every time Jesus was moved with compassion, something happened. “ “And when Jesus went out He saw a great multitude; and He was moved with compassion for them…” (Matt.14:14)
When facing a tough situation, human nature is easily drawn to sympathy is not always what is needed. Sympathy identifies with problem or hurt, but it is not focused on the solution, helping you move forward.
Compassion, along with God’s grace,. is a powerful force that activates His answers for your life.
Your sphere of life: You may have fallen at times, but God’s grace is stronger than you weaknesses. Don’t confuse sympathy for compassion in the people you surround yourself with. Be encouraged and seek God’s answers for every area of your life. This is how you grow in living the blessed life.
Beloveth… see how being blessed touches every aspects of our life… In the month of May, we received it as a month of Mercy and Grace… and today we are discussing “Blessings” in relationship with grace… beloveth our God is Awesome
Verse 3 of Ps 32 said “When I keep silence, my bones waxed old through my roaming all the day long…(KJV) and (NLT2) put it this way… “When I refused to confess my sin, my body wasted away, and I groaned all day long. Verse 4…Day and night your hand of discipline was heavy on me. My strength evaporated like water in the summer heat. And in verse 5 Finally, I confessed all my sins to you and stopped trying to hide my guilt. I said to myself, “I will confess my rebellion to the LORD.” And you forgave me! All my guilt is gone.”
Beloveth, a fall back to the verse 1and 2… Blessed is he whose transgression is forgiven… and blessed is the man unto whom the Lord imputeth not iniquity, and in whose Spirit there is no guile…. ..
Thank God for forgiving our sins….blessing us… and when our sins are forgiven beloveth eternity is assured… and we are in to obtain an imperishable crown. Therefore we must do all it takes to get this crown beloveth… we must be in God’s love (Jude 21)… Amen.
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Do you not know that the runners in a stadium all race, but only one receives the prize? Run in such a way that you may win.
Now everyone who competes exercises self-control in everything. However, they do it to receive a perishable crown, but we an imperishable one.—1 Corinthians 9:24–25
Athletes are willing to push themselves harder and longer and farther than anyone else. They strive to bring their bodies and minds completely under control so that they excel and receive a prize. Others go home to relax, but athletes continue to train. While most people protect themselves from any form of discomfort, athletes push themselves to the limits of their endurance.
While some remain satisfied with mediocre performance, athletes pay any price for excellence. Paul said that despite their most valiant efforts, the athletes’ successes and prizes are eventually forgotten. Even the greatest athletic achievements have not affected eternity.
If an athlete can be motivated to make incredible sacrifices for a perishable reward, how much more ought Christians to strive for an imperishable one? If an athlete will labor day after day in order to receive glory from others, how much harder ought Christians to work for the “well done” of their Master?
Are you striving to bring your body into subjection for the glory of God? Are you training your mind to think the thoughts of God rather than thoughts of the world? Are you disciplining your life in prayer? When others are sleeping, are you interceding?
Have you studied God’s word so diligently that you are prepared to find answers to the challenges you face? Have you equipped yourself in evangelism so that you are ready to share your faith? Have you prepared yourself as a Christian in order to qualify for the imperishable crown that awaits you?
Yes! we must prepare ourselves for the imperishable crowns that await us after we live a life pleasing to our God. Praise the Lord…
Have a beautiful weekend…see you on Monday by God’s grace….
Further Reading- Ps 139:16-17, Jude. 22-23,Ps 112:4,Rom 5:20-21,Matt.14:14, Ps 132
Remain blessed in the Lord.