“And I will remember My covenant.”


Every living soul, every living soul Praise the Lord! Every living soul, every living soul Praise the Lord! Are You a living soul, every living soul Praise the Lord, every living soul, every living soul Praise the Lord! The Most High reigneth! the Most High reigneth! The Most High reigneth in my life today! The Most High reigneth! the Most High reigneth! The Most High reigneth in my life today!// I have seen the Lord goodness His mercies and compassion I have seen the Lord goodness alleluia Praise the Lord! I have seen the Lord goodness His mercies and compassion I have seen the Lord goodness alleluia Praise the Lord!

Every we declare that we love Thee! Alleluia to Your Holy Name! You are Big, Large, Great, You are a great God! Thank You Jesus for who You are, Wonderful is Your Name! All glory, All honour, All adoration belongs to You Father. Arise and take Your place in our midst, be Thou exalted forever and ever in Jesus Name!

Faithful Father, we give You glory, alleluia to Your Holy Name in Jesus Name! Wonderful! Wonderful! Your Name is Wonderful! Wonderful! Wonderful! Your Name is Beautiful, Beautiful, Beautiful Beautiful!

Beloveth, is Friday! Praise the Living Jesus! Thank God for His goodness and mercy that enduerth forever more, thank Him for watching over us all through this week, Alleluia to His Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name!

Is God faithful? I will say that He is what about you? What is faithful? Faithful is being unwavering, consistently loyal, not adulterous or promiscuous, conscientious, correct, reliable!

Our own God is all and Plus. Whatsoever you think or call Him, God is! Praise the Lord! Because God is sovereign, He can do all things and everything is possible unto Him, therefore His covenant with us He will not break. If He has said a thing, He is able to bring it to pass, You need not be afraid!

Even in darkest moment of the Psalmist life, He was still able to raise up and sing praises to God (Ps 42, Ps 103, Ps 34)

Worship is wonderful and I will want us to adopt what David did at His own time and we will see God come through for us. When He face trials, he worshipped, because he wanted to remember all the times God has seen him through before, and he wanted to look forward to God’s salvation and healing with eager expectations.

Apostle Paul, instructs believers to do the same thing in Rom  8:18. He says, “ for I consider that the sufferings of this present time are not worth comparing with the glory that is to be revealed,” in other words, though this world causes us suffering and pain, one day soon God will show us so much healing and joy that all of our temporary trials here on earth will seem small in hindsight. I am clinging to that promise, and worship helps me to remember.

Beloved worship put things in perspective, when we worship God, we see him clearly, and then we see ourselves and our circumstance more clearly in turn. We remember that same God who was faithful in the good times will be faithful in the hard times.

My prayer today is that you would choose to lift a song of Praise to God from the middles of your circumstance. He is with you; And He is and will forever be faithful. Alleluia, our God is a covenant keeping God!

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“And I will remember My covenant.” Genesis 9:15

Mark the form of the promise. God does not say, “And when ye shall look upon the bow, and ye shall remember My covenant, then I will not destroy the earth,” but it is gloriously put, not upon our memory, which is fickle and frail, but upon God’s memory, which is infinite and immutable.

“The bow shall be in the cloud; and I will look upon it, that I may remember the everlasting covenant.” Oh! it is not my remembering God, it is God’s remembering me which is the ground of my safety; it is not my laying hold of His covenant, but His covenant’s laying hold on me.

Glory be to God! The whole of the bulwarks of salvation are secured by divine power, and even the minor towers, which we may imagine might have been left to man, are guarded by almighty strength. Even the remembrance of the covenant is not left to our memories, for we might forget, but our Lord cannot forget the saints whom He has graven on the palms of His hands.

It is with us as with Israel in Egypt; the blood was upon the lintel and the two side-posts, but the Lord did not say, “When you see the blood I will pass over you,” but “When I see the blood I will pass over you.”

My looking to Jesus brings me joy and peace, but it is God’s looking to Jesus which secures my salvation and that of all His elect, since it is impossible for our God to look at Christ, our bleeding Surety, and then to be angry with us for sins already punished in Him. No, it is not left with us even to be saved by remembering the covenant.

There is no linsey-wolsey here—not a single thread of the creature mars the fabric. It is not of man, neither by man, but of the Lord alone. We should remember the covenant, and we shall do it, through divine grace; but the hinge of our safety does not hang there—it is God’s remembering us, not our remembering Him; and hence the covenant is an everlasting covenant.

Alleluia somebody!!!!!!!!! Beloveth is in God remembering us that will bring our blessings. His favour upon us is in this remembrance, and not in any other thing therefore we must keep up with worship that will bring us into the inner court in Jesus Name!

Remember this session is for us to practice not just for reading. Put it in to practice and you will testify. God promised David that his lineage will continual be on the throne and God fulfilled it through His Son Jesus Christ, who is seated with him in the heavenly. God covenanted with Abraham that all generation shall be blessed through him. (Gen 12:2-3). Don’t forget that David came through Abraham’s lineage.

Go and do likewise and see God walking in those difficult and challenging things in your life Amen! Amen!1 Amen!!!

Read Psalm 5. God bless you. have a beautiful weekend and see you ate the top soon. Alleluia!

Remain blessed in the Lord.