Everlasting Father, Everlasting Son, Immortal Holy Ghost be thou glorified x2. I will lift up Your Name higher, O Jehovah, Alpha, Omega I will lift up Jesus Higher x2
Heavenly Father, here we are sinners save by grace, Thank You for our Lord Jesus Christ, Who went to the cross to save us from everlasting damnation. Thank You for the gift of a new week in this blessed moment of ‘grace’. Thank You Lord. Thank You Father forever more.
Beloved, how are you doing today? Glory be to God Who did not abandoned us in the land of the dead. He saves us by His Name and vindicate us by the power of His Might (Ps 54:1). Praise the Lord. Thank God for the ‘exceeding grace’ through which we are save, not of work nor law (Rom 3:21-24).
I once shared with us how unsearchable the loved of God is upon His children. By the way of illustration, the Spirit of God lead me to For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life. John 3:16 (KJV). And He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things? Romans 8:32 (KJV). Understanding of the last scripture humbled me. Okay. Fellow me to Lk 11: 11-13. What did you just read? If you are so eager to meet the needs of your loved ones what about Him (God), what can He not do for you?
Beloved, the Lord has spoken again to your hearing what is available for your take in this new month. What is your take on it? Do you believe Him or are you in doubt of His grace upon your life? This love as we will discover later from the passage before us can do anything for you, but you must first believe. How? By accepting Christ as your Lord and personal Saviour. Than and than, everything Christ died for will be made available to you (Heb 9:15).
It will also help you in accepting His love and extending same to others (1 Jn 4:7-16).
And we have come to know and to believe the love that God has for us. God is love, and the one who remains in love remains in God, and God remains in him.—1 John 4:16
The greatest truth in all of Scripture is this: God is love. Understanding this in its full dimensions will set you free to enjoy all that is yours as a Christian. But you must accept that God loves you. If you grew up experiencing unconditional love in your family, this may not be difficult for you. However, if your early years were void of love, this truth may be hard to accept. God loves you, not because you deserve His love, but because His nature is love. The only way He will ever relate to you is in love. His love for you gives you an inherent worth that nothing can diminish.
If you cannot accept the truth that God loves you, you will be limited in how you can relate to Him. When He disciplines you, you will not take it as an expression of His love. Rather, you may resent Him. When God says no to a request that is less than His best for you, you will conclude that He doesn’t care about you. Without a clear understanding and acceptance of God’s love for you, you will be disoriented to Him and to what He wants to do in your life. If you will accept God’s love, however, you will be able to return love to God as well as to others (1 John 4:19).
Are you experiencing the profound sense of joy and security that comes from knowing you are dearly loved by God? Being assured of God’s love for you sets you free to enjoy the numerous expressions of love He showers upon you each day.
The love of God is expressed, look around you, all that He created, the works of His hand. It was never an assumption like many people will say if you confront them about their lack of love.
Are you among those who will not accept the work of Calvary? You believed in your self-righteousness other than accepting that of Christ (Tit 3:5)? The next message will help your unbelief because God accepted the sacrifice made through Christ on the cross which was once and for all (Heb 9:11-12; 10:6-14) He will not require of you except where you take the grace for granted (Heb 10-27).
“If the Lord were pleased to kill us, he would not have received a burnt offering and a meat offering at our hands, neither would he have showed us all these things.” Judges 13:23
This is a sort of promise deduced by logic. It is an inference fairly drawn from ascertained facts. It was not likely that the Lord had revealed to Manoah and his wife that a son would be born to them, and yet had it in His heart to destroy them. The wife reasoned well, and we shall do well if we follow her line of argument.
The Father has accepted the great sacrifice of Calvary, and has declared Himself well pleased therewith; how can He now be pleased to kill us? Why a substitute if the sinner must still perish? The accepted sacrifice of Jesus puts an end to fear.
The Lord has shown us our election, our adoption, our union to Christ, our marriage to the Well-beloved: how can lie now destroy us? The promises are loaded with blessings, which necessitate our being preserved unto eternal life. It is not possible for the Lord to cast us away, and yet fulfill His covenant. The past assures us, and the future reassures us.
We shall not die, but live; for we have seen Jesus, and in Him we have seen the Father by the illumination of the Holy Ghost. Because of this life-giving sight we must live for ever.
Yes! We must live by faith and will not shrink back because it will displease our Father Who art in heaven (Heb 10:36-39).
Are you in grace or outside the grace that is found only in Christ? Be reassured that His love for you knows no bound and He is ever willing to make His salvation available. If you yet to come to Christ. Click here to accept Christ NOW!
This week is blessed in the name of the Lord. Go in the power of His grace and do exploits! Be fruitful in the works of your hand and body! Glorify God in all your doings! Amen. Praise God.
Remain blessed in the Lord.