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., come and sing with me, come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord is good, there is nothing He cannot do, I have seen the Lord is good.// Everybody testifying You are good, You are good Jehovah, You are so good, everybody testifying You are good You are good Jehovah You are so good.
I will Your Name higher!!!!!!!!!!!!!, You are wonderfuloooo, You are Marveloveousoooo, You are wonderful ooo, Marvelous ooo, You are Excellent ooo. I don’t know why You love me so, I don’t know why. Thank Father for being indeed unto us, matchless Father, we are grateful to all you have done in our lives, Father You are so good; You are so kind, Mighty Jesus we worship You, You are so kind.
Thank You Jesus, Thank You for being God indeed unto us, O Lord, who is like unto thee? Faithful One, hallow be Thy Name, let Thy Kingdom come and Your will be done on earth as it is heaven. Thank You Lord forever in Jesus Name.
Beloved, good morning to you on this beautiful day the Lord as made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it, faithful one we thank You, we bless the Name of Lord. How was your week, dearly beloved, hope You are doing great? Don’t forget, it is a Holy Ghost battle and the Lord will bestow glory and honour. Praise be to Him alone.
It is PCL and the first in this month and something good is to happen and the Name of the Lord will be glorify in the Name of the Lord. Amen.
One important thing you and I is going to do is to learn power of Focus. Do we want to receive the promise of this month as spoken to us please and please again, we must learn how to FOCUS on what is important to where you are going or where you want to be. You must exercise power over distraction and get rid of it. Apostle Paul said that thing he did while he was here was that “He forgot what was behind and pursue what ahead.
Dear beloved we are going to apply same this month and see how far we will go. Am sure we will go far and our enemies will only look on and see us know more because of the glory of God that is covering us.
Because the Lord will slip away from us all bitterness, angry, sorrow regrets the enemy has built into our life that was hindering us of becoming what God created us to be. The first thing we are going to do in this FOCUS exercise is to “fix our eyes on God.” Are you there with me?
Is possible that might be the only thing we may be doing except if instructed otherwise from above. The reason we are going to use Focus as a tool in receiving the “glory” promised is that we have two principle characters from the bible to learn from. One exercised this power and succeeded and the shifted his gaze and was doomed.
Beloved, one of the primary fundamentals task of this ministry is to help us find our way back to God through the help of the Holy Spirit, therefore be ready to obey the counsels of Holy Spirit then you will see the fulfillment of God’s promise to you. Walk in those things which though has learnt, be a doer of the Word and as Apostle Paul advised to Timothy (1Tim 1:18)
The second thing we will be focusing on after God is to pray for the Spirit of service as it was in Christ during His ministry here on earth (Lk 26:27).
Beloved, if we observe to do this points given to us by the Holy Spirit and assured of the presence of God in our lives and the outpouring of His Spirit upon us and the delivery of His promises in our lives. Praise the Lord.
Moses and Aaron summoned the assembly in front of the rock, and Moses said to them, “Listen, you rebels! Must we bring water out of this rock for you?”—Numbers 20:10
It is easy to see why Moses became frustrated with the Hebrew people. They were so hard-hearted and weak in their faith that Moses lost his patience and became angry with them. Yet every time Moses shifted his focus away from God, it cost him. When he sought to help his people by taking matters into his own hands, he spent the next forty years herding sheep in the wilderness (Exod. 2:11–15).
This time his impetuous behavior cost him the opportunity to enter the Promised Land (Num. 20:12). In his frustration at the peoples’ irreverence, Moses committed the very same sin, blatantly disobeying God’s instructions. How did this happen? Moses allowed his attention to shift to the behavior of others rather than focusing on the activity of God.
This could happen to you as well. God has put people around you who need your ministry to them. You will never be able to properly help them, however, unless your primary focus is on God. If you concentrate on people, their weaknesses, their disobedience, their lack of faith, and their stubbornness will quickly frustrate you. You may, like Moses, commit the very sins you are condemning.
If, however, your eyes are fixed on holy God, you will become more like Him—gracious, forgiving, long-suffering, and righteous. When a friend’s behavior disappoints you, go immediately to the Lord. Seek to discern what God is wanting to do in your friend’s life rather than concentrating on your friend’s sin. Then you will have the strength, wisdom, and patience you need to help your friend in the way God desires.
Beloved there two side to service, the services offered by Jesus to His disciples and you own service to God come along:
“In the same way, when you have done all that you were commanded, you should say, ‘We are good-for-nothing slaves; we’ve only done our duty.’ ”—Luke 17:10
The servant carries out the master’s will. The servant doesn’t tell the master what to do. The servant does not choose which tasks to perform for the master, nor does the servant suggest days or times when it would be convenient to serve the master. The servant’s function is to follow instructions. The master, on the other hand, gives directions. The master does not tell the servant to develop a vision that will guide the master. The master is the one with the vision; the servant’s task is to help fulfill the master’s purposes.
We are the servants; God is the Master. We tend to try to reverse this! God’s revelation of Himself, His purposes, and His ways depends directly upon our obedience. He may not reveal today His intentions for the next five years, but He will tell us what our next step should be. As we respond to God’s revelation, He will accomplish what He desires, and He will be the One who receives the glory.
Our fulfillment comes from serving our master.
The world will encourage you to strive for positions of authority and power. God wants you to take the role of a servant. As God’s servant you should have no other agenda than to be obedient to whatever He tells you. God does not need you to dream great dreams for your life, your family, your business, or your church. He simply asks for obedience. He has plans that would dwarf yours in comparison (Eph. 3:20).
When Moses shift his gaze from God the distraction that follows it cause him ministry so be wise else devil play out on you the same old trick of looking around rather than focusing on God. Jesus also advise us to be among them that serveth and it shall be well with you. Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!
Have a wonderful weekend and see you next week by God’s grace.
Remain blessed in the Lord.