Let the living water flow over my soul, let the Holy Spirit come and take control of every situation that troubles my mind all my cares and burden unto thee I come. Jesus, Jesus, Jesus. Calling Father, Father, Father, Father, calling Spirit, Spirit, Spirit, Spirit.// Whenever I see another breaking of the day, I say thank you Lord, thank you Lord. Whenever I see another breaking of the day I say thank you Lord, thank you Lord.
Yes! Lord I come to thank You for another breaking of the day, it is not him that willeth or he that runneth but You that showeth mercies, blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name.
Faithful Jesus, we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name! We adore You because for all did for us all through the week. Thank You Father for watching over us. Thank You for all that You have provided for us and will continue to provide for us. Above all thank You for watching over us that no evil befall us. They gathered in vain because they did not gather in the Name of the Lord. Glory be to Your Name. Amen!
Beloved, thank God is Friday. I can’t wait to be done here. Whoop! I have a busy weekend as well, but all the same is going to be a great moment. So how are you planning to spend your own weekend? Is important you take some time off, visit friends and family, Easter is coming, plan a retreat, have a time out with God and you get refresh at the end. In essence ward off boredom. Get excited, singing praises even in your closet will produce a wonderful result.
As usual, I believe this week as been wonderful both in ministration and in wonders. I believe many experiences countless miracles. All to the glory of God. Our God does beautiful things to those who put their hope in Him. Don’t allow Satan to detect your life for you and don’t also allow situations and people to define your relationship with God.
Satan shouldn’t remind us what God has not done. Always be ready to give a simple answer ‘praise God.’ I use this a lot. Anytime Satan wants to remind me of any difficult area in my life, I simple say ‘praise the Lord.’ why do I say that because I know that God knows what to do. He will do it because He is mindful of me and that will ends the conversation. Try it out, it works.
This week ministration brought us face to face with the power of ‘Grace’. It help us to understand more about grace. That without the grace of God upon our lives we are nothing and can do nothing. Praise God.
Sometime, those who enjoyed this grace tends to forget the source and what happens they fall down into the deepest pit before they realize that it was God that has been upholding them all this while. So never you think that you are above foundational classes of new birth teaching but be humble enough to learn. Satan is a schemer, always devising new ways and methods to oppress believers especially those who are ignorant.
If you among those who thinks they are infallible, today’s message have a very important information for you. So check it out.
In today’s ministration we are also advised to encourage one another. Don’t despise each other rather encourage one another as we are all working for same God, having the same Jesus as our model and the Holy Spirit as our helper and comforter.
May God help us to be one another’s keeper in Jesus Name. Remember this is one of things the Spirit of God expecting from us to do this month for our own mega miracles. The Spirit of God cannot lie. All you need to do is try and see and you will confess the goodness of God.
John said to Him, “Teacher, we saw someone driving out demons in Your name, and we tried to stop him because he wasn’t following us.”—Mark 9:38
At first glance, it appears a noble thing that Jesus’ disciples kept such careful guard over the orthodoxy of Jesus’ ministry. They found someone casting out demons in Jesus’ name who was not a part of their group and not under their control, and they demanded that he stop. Yet Jesus saw through His disciples’ hypocrisy. The disciples themselves had been given the power to drive out demons as well (Matt. 10:8), yet they had failed miserably (Mark 9:28).
How it must have embarrassed the disciples to have publicly failed to cast out a demon from a young boy. Yet, here was someone successfully exorcising demons who was not even regularly with Jesus as they were. They should have been concerned with their own lack of spiritual power and vitality. They should have felt convicted by their Lord’s stinging rebuke at their lack of faith (Matt. 17:20). Instead, they focused on others. Rather than repenting of their sin and grieving over their spiritual impotence, the disciples attempted to hinder someone who was enjoying spiritual success.
At times, it is easier to diminish others’ spiritual victories than to honestly confront our own failures. Jesus’ response to His disciples must have surprised them as He said, “Do not forbid him” (Mark 9:39). He assured them that “he who is not against us is on our side” (v. 40).
Have you learned this vital lesson? Are you able to genuinely rejoice in the spiritual victories of others? Are you encouraging those who serve the Lord in a different way or who belong to a different group than you do?
Or are you busy castigating those who are in vineyard of the Lord. Bring class into the kingdom of God. So many will be surprise to see their gatemen and nannies in heaven possibly having more stars on their crown. There will be surprises on that day.
Beware the Spirit of God is warning you before you will be turn back at the heaven’s gate. May God help us in Jesus Name. Come along for more discoveries:
“Let him that thinketh he standeth take heed lest he fall.” 1Corinthians 10:12
It is a curious fact, that there is such a thing as being proud of grace. A man says, “I have great faith, I shall not fall; poor little faith may, but I never shall.” “I have fervent love,” says another, “I can stand, there is no danger of my going astray.” He who boasts of grace has little grace to boast of.
Some who do this imagine that their graces can keep them, knowing not that the stream must flow constantly from the fountain head, or else the brook will soon be dry. If a continuous stream of oil comes not to the lamp, though it burn brightly today, it will smoke tomorrow, and noxious will be its scent. Take heed that thou gloriest not in thy graces, but let all thy glorying and confidence be in Christ and His strength, for only so canst thou be kept from falling.
Be much more in prayer. Spend longer time in holy adoration. Read the Scriptures more earnestly and constantly. Watch your lives more carefully. Live nearer to God. Take the best examples for your pattern. Let your conversation be redolent of heaven. Let your hearts be perfumed with affection for men’s souls.
So live that men may take knowledge of you that you have been with Jesus, and have learned of Him; and when that happy day shall come, when He whom you love shall say, “Come up higher,” may it be your happiness to hear Him say, “Thou hast fought a good fight, thou hast finished thy course, and henceforth there is laid up for thee a crown of righteousness which fadeth not away.”
On, Christian, with care and caution! On, with holy fear and trembling! On, with faith and confidence in Jesus alone, and let your constant petition be, “Uphold me according to Thy word.” He is able, and He alone, “To keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of His glory with exceeding joy.”
Beloved, take heed to what the Spirit is saying. Don’t be stiff-necked. Rather take up your cross daily and follow Him (Lk 9:23). Be earnest in your Father’s work. Do away with lukewarmness. Ask daily for grace least you despair (Eph 2:5). Satan has been here before your appearance, so live closer to the cross and he will be on his heels. It is by the grace of God we are not consumed. It is by His grace we are still standing tall, so always be humble
Have a wonderful weekend. Take out time to meditate on these things and be bless. See you next week by the special grace of God. Let keep uplifting one another in our prayers and physically where you can.
Read Prov 28:18;1 Cor 16:13
Remain blessed in the Lord.