Worthy worthy is the Lamb, worthy worthy is the Lamb. Worthy worthy is the Lamb that was slain. Worthy worthy is the Lamb, worthy worthy is the Lamb. Worthy worthy is the Lamb that was slain. Praise Him alleluia, Praise Him alleluia, Praise Him alleluia Praise the Lord! // You are worthy Lord! You are worthy Lord, You are worthy Lord Mighy God! You are worthy Lord, You are worthy Lord Mighy God!
Father we Thank You we bless Your Holy Name for the great and Mighty thing You have done for us, we are happy to declare Your faithfulness and love over us, we adore You for Your greatness over everything that does not give You glory in our lives, Thank You for great deliverance You are doing in our lives and the all that are ours, glory be to Your Name alone in Jesus Name!
Beloved, our Father is a good God. He is concern with what concern us, what a great Father we have. Praise the Lord! He is awesome, He is Worthy and Mighty and Great is His Name!
Beloved riding on the promise of the month, we should rejoice and be glad indeed for the Lord Himself will accomplish for us all things that hitherto we cannot do for ourselves. Praise the Lord.
Have you ever looked at a pair of shoes, or clothes online, and started noticing ads for those things everywhere you looked? The more we see something, the more likely we are to end up buying it. It matters what we look at, because we become what we behold. There are some days where we need to adjust our vision. we need to look up and fix our eyes on someone greater than ourselves.
The Psalmist in Ps 121 in verse 1- I lift my eyes to the mountains – where does my help come from? (NIV).
Psalm 121 asks the question, “where does my help come from?” In the days of the kings, Jerusalem would have been surrounded by shines to man-made gods. The leaders of the nation had lost sight of who God was, and they chose to worship false gods. The Psalmist is saying, when I look around at these idols for help, I come up empty- handed. These lesser gods cannot really help me out.
Beloved, Relationships will not satisfy our soul. Money will not fix our problems. New ideas or a political party will not help us at the deepest levels of my life, because these false gods don’t bring peace to the soul, the psalmist then says- My help comes from the Lord, the Maker of heaven and earth. (Ps 121:2)
Psalm 24 tells us that our God is the King of glory, the Lord Strong and Mighty. Jesus is the King over all eternity. He can do what no man-made thought, idea, or creation could ever do. (Did you read that?) what God can do no human imagination can comprehend it.
Jesus died and rose again to rescue us and bring our souls to life. He is a Might King Who is on a mission to push back the darkness and breath life into the hearts of people all over planet earth. As a church, we went fix our eyes on Jesus. we want to raise our sense of expectation, because our King is great and He is on the move, we become like the One we behold and reflect His glory to the world.
Ps 24:8- Who is this King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord Mighty in battle.
Beloved, so wherever you are today look up. There is a King of glory and He is coming for you. He alone can rescue you and bring peace to your soul, covid or no covid He is on a mission to rescue the world, and He wants to invite you in to be a part of it.
Come along to see how:
“Called to be saints.” Romans 1:7
We are very apt to regard the apostolic saints as if they were “saints” in a more especial manner than the other children of God. All are “saints” whom God has called by His grace, and sanctified by His Spirit; but we are apt to look upon the apostles as extraordinary beings, scarcely subject to the same weaknesses and temptations as ourselves.
Yet in so doing we are forgetful of this truth, that the nearer a man lives to God the more intensely has he to mourn over his own evil heart; and the more his Master honours him in His service, the more also doth the evil of the flesh vex and tease him day by day. The fact is, if we had seen the apostle Paul, we should have thought him remarkably like the rest of the chosen family: and if we had talked with him, we should have said, “We find that his experience and ours are much the same.
He is more faithful, more holy, and more deeply taught than we are, but he has the selfsame trials to endure. Nay, in some respects he is more sorely tried than ourselves.” Do not, then, look upon the ancient saints as being exempt either from infirmities or sins; and do not regard them with that mystic reverence which will almost make us idolators. Their holiness is attainable even by us.
We are “called to be saints” by that same voice which constrained them to their high vocation. It is a Christian’s duty to force his way into the inner circle of saintship; and if these saints were superior to us in their attainments, as they certainly were, let us follow them; let us emulate their ardour and holiness.
We have the same light that they had, the same grace is accessible to us, and why should we rest satisfied until we have equalled them in heavenly character? They lived with Jesus, they lived for Jesus, therefore they grew like Jesus. Let us live by the same Spirit as they did, “looking unto Jesus,” and our saintship will soon be apparent.
Beloved by divine order you have received unlimited/boundless grace to attain the glory the Father wants to bestow on you. you are called to be saint not a sinner. Leave the world and its worldly passion behind and join yourself with the Spirit of God so that you will honour your Father and He will be glorify you here on earth and later take you to abode with Him in His eternal glory alleluia Amen!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.