Who is like unto Thee o Lord! Who is like unto Thee, O Lord! Among the God’s who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiest fearful in praises doing wonders alleluia.// Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable, Unquestionable, Unquestionable You are the Lord!
Yes! Lord you are the Lord! let all glory, honour adoration belong to You alone Who is worthy of my Praise. Thank You gracious One, thank You for the gift of life, Thank You for Your enablement, Thank You for Your Faithfulness, Thank You for all You are doing and will continue to do in our lives and situation. Of the truth, You are unquestionable, because You do Your things as most appropriate and timely because You have in-charge and You are in control. Glory be to You on high.
Thank You for the gift of another week a brand new day, filled Your Mercies and grace, Ancient of Days, who can be compare with You, You know the end from the beginning, It can only be You Who walks in the affairs men and bring glory to Your Name at the end in Jesus Name.
Beloved, how was your weekend? Hope you had a great time in God’s presence yesterday? Thank God for His undeniable presence any time we gather together, let us Praise His Name forever.
Today’s topic is so interesting because you are commanded to enjoy your services render to your Father. We are not to work as slave do to the master but we exhibit laughter, joyous attitude when attaining to the Master work.
Often times we are overwhelmed with things happening around us and we get disenchanted and we then work as if we are laboring or slaving other than singing songs round while going about our duties.
It an abomination to appear before the king with a sad countenance not to talk of appearing before our God, the Almighty. (Neh 1:1-3).
We should therefore learn to have a cheerful disposition whenever we are working for the King of kings. Praise the Lord.
Let’s discover more as a cheerful worker earn a worthy compensation. More below:
But he replied to his father, ‘Look, I have been slaving many years for you, and I have never disobeyed your orders, yet you never gave me a young goat so I could celebrate with my friends.—Luke 15:29
God is concerned with bringing people from death to life. His heart rejoices over each person who returns to Him from a time of rebellion. If your heart is like God’s, you, too, will rejoice when a sinner returns to the Father.
Jesus’ parable about the prodigal son is as much about the older son who remained as it is about the wayward son or the father. Year after year the older son labored for his father, waiting for a future reward. He had seen the brokenness his brother’s rebellion had caused his father. Yet when his brother returned, the older son did not rejoice with his father. He felt no pleasure in seeing his father happy. His concern was for himself and the injustice he perceived he’d been dealt. He felt like a martyr and totally missed the blessing of celebrating with his father.
It is possible to serve God year after year and yet have a heart that is far from Him. You might be one of the hardest workers in your church and yet be filled with bitterness because others do not share your load. You can become so preoccupied with your spiritual labors that when God works miracles in the lives of those around you, you cannot rejoice.
If you serve the Lord out of duty or habit, but not out of joy and gratitude, you will feel like a martyr. You will envy those who are experiencing joy in the Lord while you feel weighed down by the work you are doing. This is not the abundant life your Father has planned for you. Come to the celebration, spend time with the Father, and share in His joy!
Yea! You will feel a martyred but that is not the plan of God concerning you. Come and discover more on how to be useful in God’s vineyard. Beloved, let’s discover more:
“It is a faithful saying.” 2 Timothy 2:11
Paul has four of these “faithful sayings.” The first occurs in 1 Timothy 1:15, “This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” The next is in 1 Timothy 4:6, “Godliness is profitable unto all things, having the promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come.
This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation.” The third is in 2 Timothy 2:12, “It is a faithful saying—If we suffer with Him we shall also reign with Him”; and the fourth is in Titus 3:3, “This is a faithful saying, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works.”
We may trace a connection between these faithful sayings. The first one lays the foundation of our eternal salvation in the free grace of God, as shown to us in the mission of the great Redeemer. The next affirms the double blessedness which we obtain through this salvation—the blessings of the upper and nether springs—of time and of eternity. The third shows one of the duties to which the chosen people are called; we are ordained to suffer for Christ with the promise that “if we suffer, we shall also reign with Him.”
The last sets forth the active form of Christian service, bidding us diligently to maintain good works. Thus we have the root of salvation in free grace; next, the privileges of that salvation in the life which now is, and in that which is to come; and we have also the two great branches of suffering with Christ and serving with Christ, loaded with the fruits of the Spirit.
Treasure up these faithful sayings. Let them be the guides of our life, our comfort, and our instruction. The apostle of the Gentiles proved them to be faithful, they are faithful still, not one word shall fall to the ground; they are worthy of all acceptation, let us accept them now, and prove their faithfulness. Let these four faithful sayings be written on the four corners of My house.
On this note we declare this week open. Let us run with these faithful saying being a worthy instrument in the hand of Maker, we will return with greater testimonies as the Lord see us faithful, our possession will show forth, we call fruitful in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.