“But God”


Thank You, thank You Lord, thank You Lord, thank You Lord for everything You have done in my life, Thank You, thank You Lord, thank You Lord, thank You Lord for everything You have done in my life. Come and see the Lord is good. Come and see the Lord is good, there is nothing He cannot do come and see the Lord is good.

Who is like unto Thee O Lord! Glorious God, Wonderful God, Excellent God I bow before Your throne. I am bouncing in the Lord every day. Bouncing bouncing in the Lord everyday. Yes Lord, Yes Lord Yes, Yes Lord. Yes Lord yes Lord Yes, Yes, Lord. Yes Lord, Yes Lord, Yes Yes Lord Amen!

Thank You Lord for Who You Are, what You are doing and will yet do in Jesus Name. Merciful Father, we bow before Your Presence and we worship You forever more Alleluia Amen!

Beloved thank God for another day in His presence, He made us for His own pleasure! And your Father loves you! What a huge promise from a Loving Father. (Rev 4:11, Jn 16:27). Are praising  God as He desires of you?

Leaning back ward to our yesterday teaching I want you to consider this if you are still in doubt of who made the world come with to Heb 1:1-3. God dealt with our Fathers in diverse manners but at our own time He is relating with us through His Son, our Lord Jesus Christ.

Jesus is the same as the Father and He is upholding all things by the Word of His power, purged our sins and He is sitting on the Right Hand of Majesty on High.

Having lay this foundation, the teaching of today is leaning on that foundation having Jesus as our Advocate we need not fear what satan will bring our way. Jesus told His disciples what will befell them before He went to the Cross so that they heart will be strong to stand against the wails and difficult moments they will encounter.

Same message is being said to us today that we may be strong and resist the devil as he attacks with his arsenal never be afraid of him for he is roaring like a lion and never a Lion. He is ever barking and will never bite because our God will always be with us.

The message below left me fill with the Awesomeness of God and am sure you will get the same touch as you read through, so join me beloved to be blessed of the Lord:


Numbers 10:11-11:35, Psalm 34:8-14, Proverbs 8:8-9, Mark 13:1-20


“But God”

They will hand you over to sanhedrins, and you will be flogged in the synagogues. You will stand before governors and kings because of Me, as a witness to them.—Mark 13:9

We must shape the powerful and transforming thought in our minds that the goodness and faithfulness of God follow hard on our heels to turn every tragedy into a triumph and every loss into a gain. It is easy to affirm this as we look back—the challenge is to affirm it with equal conviction as we look ahead.

If you can get hold of this truth and absorb it into your life as a working principle, then it will transform your attitude toward everything. Never again will you be at the mercy of circumstances. In Acts 5:40-41 we read an astonishing statement: “After they called in the apostles and had them flogged … Then they went out from the presence of the Sanhedrin, rejoicing …” Rejoicing? Over injustice? How is it possible to rejoice over an injustice? Because they believed, with David, that the last word was not with men, but with God—”goodness and faithfulness” would follow them and turn the situation to their advantage. When you can rejoice over injustice, you are indomitable.

Another verse from Acts that always intrigues me reads thus: “The patriarchs became jealous of Joseph and sold him into Egypt, but God …” (Ac 7:9). That phrase, “but God,” is at the end of every injustice—He has the last word. And just as God used the injustice done to Joseph to feed the Egyptian people and his own family, so He transforms every sorrow, every bereavement, every tragedy. Christianity may not explain everything, but it most certainly transforms everything.


O Father, I am so grateful that You are the center of my life. Can this life within me die? Never—for it is deathless and immortal. I rest in this glad and glorious assurance. Thank You, Father. Amen.

Further Study

2Tm 1:1-12; Ps 27:1; Isa 12:2; Rm 10:9

What was Paul’s confession?

What are the two requirements for assurance of salvation?

Beloved, is good to know that God is at the center of its all and with that full assurance you and I will be going to place for the Lord because we are unstoppable and we are going to be more be more radical for Jesus, preaching the Word even when is offensive. Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!

This is my little secret of bursting in praise before my Father because I know He will always back me up alleluia somebody!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.