What a Might God we serve alleluia, what a Mighty God we serve, heaven and earth adore Him, angels bow before Him, what a Might God we serve. Alleluia, what a Mighty God we serve, alleluia, what a Mighty God we serve, heaven and earth adore Him, angels bow before Him, what a Might God we serve. // everybody testifying You are good, You are good Jehovah You are so good. Everybody testifying You are so good, You are good Jehovah, You are so good.
Lord we come thanksgiving and bow before you for all that You have done for us, the enemy came in like a flood but the Spirit of God raised a standard him. thank you for delivering the prey from the mighty, for I also know that Your word concerning the wicked will be fulfilled. Thank You Father for You will leave the house of the righteous desolate; You will arise like a Mighty wind and scatter all that he has gathered in falsehood and wickedness. Thank You Most Gracious God; Thank You Lord. Let Your Name be glorified in Jesus Name.
Thank You for the gift of this week, glory be You Lord. Again You have proven more than ever before that You love us with everlasting love, Your Word concerning us must be fulfilled, no demon can stop what You have promise to those who fears Your Name. Thank You for giving testimonies, we are grateful, thank You for granting favour that surprised our enemies, glory be to Father forever and ever. Father receive our Praise , receive all honour in Jesus Name.
Beloved, our God is good all the time. He is a merciful Father, whose Word will not fall to the ground but must find fulfillment as the Word will not go back to Him void. Blessed be His Name forever for His love is endless and without measure. O dearly if you see Jesus, please wave a wave offering to Him on the behalf of my family, He dealt kindly with us, may His Name alone be Praise forever and ever.
Beloved, how often do you look back and recount the blessings of God and how He answered all prayers. The Psalmist looked back and recounted how God delivered him from lion, Saul, Goliath, enemies and he cannot but blessed God Who did not turn away His prayers. Read the whole chapter of Psalm 66 and see what made him to Praise the Lord and why He is also urging men to do likewise.
The good news is that God answers all our prayers. Some He answers immediately, some with a waiting sign, some with a stop sign until the time is ripe for it. Some will not be answer if does not add to the fulfillment of your destiny but in all He will always give us more than we can ever ask or ever imagine. Glory be to God on high.
Wondering whether we are in prayer session? Beloved, answers to our prayers have a great influence in our way life hence the need to cross examine the impacts in our day to day living. Let us discover more that will help us in our Christian living. Praise be to God on high:
“Blessed be God, which hath not turned away my prayer.” Psalm 66:20
In looking back upon the character of our prayers, if we do it honestly, we shall be filled with wonder that God has ever answered them. There may be some who think their I prayers worthy of acceptance–as the Pharisee did; but the true Christian, in a more enlightened retrospect, weeps over his prayers, and if he could retrace his steps he would desire to pray more earnestly.
Remember, Christian, how cold thy prayers have been. When in thy closet thou shouldst have wrestled as Jacob did; but instead thereof, thy petitions have been faint and few–far removed from that humble, believing, persevering faith, which cries, “I will not let Thee go except Thou bless me.”
Yet, wonderful to say, God has heard these cold prayers of thine, and not only heard, but answered them. Reflect also, how infrequent have been thy prayers, unless thou hast been in trouble, and then thou hast gone often to the mercy-seat: but when deliverance has come, where has been thy constant supplication? Yet, notwithstanding thou hast ceased to pray as once thou didst, God has not ceased to bless.
When thou hast neglected the mercy-seat, God has not deserted it, but the bright light of the Shekinah has always been visible between the wings of the cherubim. Oh! it is marvellous that the Lord should regard those intermittent spasms of importunity which come and go with our necessities. What a God is He thus to hear the prayers of those who come to Him when they have pressing wants, but neglect Him when they have received a mercy; who approach Him when they are forced to come, but who almost forget to address Him when mercies are plentiful and sorrows are few.
Let His gracious kindness in hearing such prayers touch our hearts, so that we may henceforth be found “Praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit.”
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“Only let your conversation be as it becometh the gospel of Christ.” Philippians 1:2
The word “conversation” does not merely mean our talk and converse with one another, but the whole course of our life and behaviour in the world. The Greek word signifies the actions and the privileges of citizenship: and thus we are commanded to let our actions, as citizens of the New Jerusalem, be such as becometh the gospel of Christ. What sort of conversation is this?
In the first place, the gospel is very simple. So Christians should be simple and plain in their habits. There should be about our manner, our speech, our dress, our whole behaviour, that simplicity which is the very soul of beauty. The gospel is pre-eminently true, it is gold without dross; and the Christian’s life will be lustreless and valueless without the jewel of truth.
The gospel is a very fearless gospel, it boldly proclaims the truth, whether men like it or not: we must be equally faithful and unflinching. But the gospel is also very gentle. Mark this spirit in its Founder: “a bruised reed He will not break.” Some professors are sharper than a thorn-hedge; such men are not like Jesus. Let us seek to win others by the gentleness of our words and acts.
The gospel is very loving. It is the message of the God of love to a lost and fallen race. Christ’s last command to His disciples was, “Love one another.” O for more real, hearty union and love to all the saints; for more tender compassion towards the souls of the worst and vilest of men! We must not forget that the gospel of Christ is holy. It never excuses sin: it pardons it, but only through an atonement.
If our life is to resemble the gospel, we must shun, not merely the grosser vices, but everything that would hinder our perfect conformity to Christ. For His sake, for our own sakes, and for the sakes of others, we must strive day by day to let our conversation be more in accordance with His gospel.
Beloved, let our conversation be seasoned with grace and may God grant us reason to worship and Praise His Name even in our most challenging times in Jesus Name. Amen!
Help us O! Lord
Have a wonderful weekend and see you on Monday by God’s grace.
Remain blessed in the Lord.