Let the Spirit of the Lord comes down Amen, let the Spirit of the Lord come in Jesus Name, let the Spirit of the Lord from heaven come down let the Spirit of Lord come down. Let the anointing of the Lord comes down Amen, let the anointing of the Lord come in Jesus Name, let the anointing of the Lord from heaven come down, let the anointing of Lord come down. There is power mighty in the blood in Jesus Name. There is power mighty in the blood in Jesus, There is power mighty in the blood.
Holy are Lord! all creature call Lord. Father I bow before Your Presence this morning to worship and glorify Your Holy Name. How excellent is Your Name. How Wonderful are You. Thank you for the gift of another day to Praise and worship Your Holy Name. Great are You Lord, You are greatly to be Praise Father. I believe You will show forth Praise in our lives as we call upon You today. You will open the windows of heaven and you will release dews of heaven from above and Your Name will be glorify in Jesus Name. what a Wonder You are.
Beloved, who is like unto our Father, the Maker of heaven and earth? He is our God and all power belongs to Him alone. He is God from beginning to the end there is no other argument; You are God by all Yourself. Glory be to the Ancient One Whose reign is from generation to generation. How excellent is his works to us. Let us exalt His Holy Name for reign forever more. All power belongs to Him alone who is worthy of our Praise.
Beloved, who can ascend into the hill of the Lord? or put in another way, can you ascend or stand in the Holy place of the Lord? do you have a clean hand and a pure heart? Can God trust you enough to entrust souls into your hand for nurturing and growth? Are you Holy? Are forgiving, are you compassion? Are you standing tall for Jesus? the list goes on and on endlessly.
The psalmist gave us an answer to the above question. He said. “He who has clean hands, and a pure heart; who has not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully. Beloved, looking at the background of this question, are qualify to ascend in the hill or stand in his Holy place?
No one is fit to enter into God’s presence except by the merit of the blood of Jesus pour out for us and that same blood cleans us and made us whole. It does not exclude our pursuit of Holy living neither did it permit us to live unrighteous. We cannot be talking of victorious living if we are still living in sin. More so, our level of relationship with our God will grow or retard by how holy we are striving to live.
Today we will be asking God to put a new Spirit in us that will help us to live righteously. We will pray for Divine protection against sin and other vices that will hidden the free flow of the Spirit of God in our life. Let the power of the Lord comes down and make a everything anew. Let our live be pleasing unto Him alone so we will glorify our Father in heaven and His blessings will be ours vs 6.
Come along with me ask God to purge us and make us worthy to ascend and stand in His Holy place in Jesus Name amen:
Who may ascend into the hill of the Lord? Or who may stand in His holy place? He who has clean hands and a pure heart. Psalm 24:3–4a
God has rigid requirements for those who want to enjoy intimate fellowship with Him. There is no easy access to God for those with unclean hands or an impure heart. It is an affront to holy God to assume that we can indulge in our sin and blatantly disobey His word, then brazenly enter the holy of holies. In Old Testament times, one’s hands represented one’s activities. Clean hands symbolized pure activities. Priests washed their hands before serving in the temple to symbolize that only those who were cleansed could worship holy God.
There are levels of intimacy with God. The moment you become a Christian you begin a relationship with the Lord. However, if you persist in your sin, sin will separate you from God and keep you from enjoying close fellowship with Him. If you follow only God’s basic commandments but resist every time God gives you specific, personal directions, you will never fully experience the depths of God’s Person. If, however, you are like the psalmist and understand the holiness of God, you will adjust your life to His standards and respond to His prompting so that you may have deeper fellowship with Him.
The closer you get to holy God, the more obvious even your smallest sins become. The more you know of God’s character, the more you will realize the need to wash your hands and purify your heart before you can get close to Him.
Are you willing for Almighty God to make you absolutely pure before Him so that you can enjoy the maximum possible relationship with Him? if that is your heart desire then come along for more:
“How many are mine iniquities and sins?” Job 13:23
Have you ever really weighed and considered how great the sin of God’s people is? Think how heinous is your own transgression, and you will find that not only does a sin here and there tower up like an alp, but that your iniquities are heaped upon each other, as in the old fable of the giants who piled Pelian upon Ossa, mountain upon mountain. What an aggregate of sin there is in the life of one of the most sanctified of God’s children! Attempt to multiply this, the sin of one only, by the multitude of the redeemed, “a number which no man can number,” and you will have some conception of the great mass of the guilt of the people for whom Jesus shed His blood.
But we arrive at a more adequate idea of the magnitude of sin by the greatness of the remedy provided. It is the blood of Jesus Christ, God’s only and well-beloved Son. God’s Son! Angels cast their crowns before Him! All the choral symphonies of heaven surround His glorious throne. “God over all, blessed for ever. Amen.” And yet He takes upon Himself the form of a servant, and is scourged and pierced, bruised and torn, and at last slain; since nothing but the blood of the incarnate Son of God could make atonement for our offences.
No human mind can adequately estimate the infinite value of the divine sacrifice, for great as is the sin of God’s people, the atonement which takes it away is immeasurably greater. Therefore, the believer, even when sin rolls like a black flood, and the remembrance of the past is bitter, can yet stand before the blazing throne of the great and holy God, and cry, “Who is he that condemneth?
It is Christ that died; yea rather, that hath risen again.” While the recollection of his sin fills him with shame and sorrow, he at the same time makes it a foil to show the brightness of mercy—guilt is the dark night in which the fair star of divine love shines with serene splendour.
Beloved, let us pray for the undying mercy of God to be release upon us and may He impute in us Christ righteousness whose death cleanse and make whole.
Father, hear your children and purge us from all iniquities in Jesus Name.
Beloveth, let us pray.
Remain blessed in the Lord.