Thank You for saving me thank You my Lord. Thank You for saving me, thank You my Lord. Thank You, thank You, Thank You, thank You, thank You for saving me, thank You my Lord.// i will Praise You forever, I will Praise all my Saviour, I will Praise you forever more 2x.

Thank You Father for the opportunity to come before you presence. Glorious God, Wonderful Redeemer we thank You, we blessed Your Holy Name. Glory be to Your Name on high. Faithful Redeemer, who is like unto Thee. There is none like Thee. We bow before You, be lifted high in our life and situations in Jesus Name.

Beloved, how are doing? Do you believe that it is God’s prerogative to decides what happen in one’s life? God sovereignty confers that to Him. God said “I had love for Jacob, but for Esau I had hate (Rom 9:13). Beloved, open the book of Romans and read this account. The bible said when the two individual were yet unborn God made this pronouncement. What did verse 14 said? What shall we than say? Is there unrighteousness with God? God forbid. Then read verse 15 which is our text for today.

God sovereignty power makes God, God. Then let us lean a bit backward, verse 11 had this to say: – that the purpose of God according to election might stand, not of works, but of Him that calleth.

Beloved, do you remember the theme text for this month? Read 8:30-32- verse 30 said – “Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified.” Romans 8:30 (KJV)

God’s love on us, His children has nothing to do with our own righteousness but has everything to do with election. Therefor we boost not of work but election.

Beloved, we must not waste our time trying to figure out what this is but rather we should spend our time asking God to count us among the adopted children of God. To be among the co-heir with our Lord Jesus (Gal 4:7)

We must daily plead for God’s mercy and compassion over our lives and situation. The mercy of God must be withdrawn from our lives in Jesus Name.

Let us shun every acts of sin that will deny us access to the mercy of God.


“For He saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion.” Romans 9:15


In these words the Lord in the plainest manner claims the right to give or to withhold His mercy according to His own sovereign will. As the prerogative of life and death is vested in the monarch, so the Judge of all the earth has a right to spare or condemn the guilty, as may seem best in His sight.

Men by their sins have forfeited all claim upon God; they deserve to perish for their sins—and if they all do so, they have no ground for complaint. If the Lord steps in to save any, He may do so if the ends of justice are not thwarted; but if He judges it best to leave the condemned to suffer the righteous sentence, none may arraign Him at their bar.

Foolish and impudent are all those discourses about the rights of men to be all placed on the same footing; ignorant, if not worse, are those contentions against discriminating grace, which are but the rebellions of proud human nature against the crown and sceptre of Jehovah.

When we are brought to see our own utter ruin and ill desert, and the justice of the divine verdict against sin, we no longer cavil at the truth that the Lord is not bound to save us; we do not murmur if He chooses to save others, as though He were doing us an injury, but feel that if He deigns to look upon us, it will be His own free act of undeserved goodness, for which we shall for ever bless His name.

How shall those who are the subjects of divine election sufficiently adore the grace of God? They have no room for boasting, for sovereignty most effectually excludes it. The Lord’s will alone is glorified, and the very notion of human merit is cast out to everlasting contempt.

There is no more humbling doctrine in Scripture than that of election, none more promotive of gratitude, and, consequently, none more sanctifying. Believers should not be afraid of it, but adoringly rejoice in it.

God’s loved made Him to offer Jesus on the cross to reconcile us back to Himself (1 Pet 2:24), why did He had to go this far? The next message will us. Let discover more:

“I have much people in this city.” Acts 18:10



This should be a great encouragement to try to do good, since God has among the vilest of the vile, the most reprobate, the most debauched and drunken, an elect people who must be saved. When you take the Word to them, you do so because God has ordained you to be the messenger of life to their souls, and they must receive it, for so the decree of predestination runs.

They are as much redeemed by blood as the saints before the eternal throne. They are Christ’s property, and yet perhaps they are lovers of the ale-house, and haters of holiness; but if Jesus Christ purchased them He will have them. God is not unfaithful to forget the price which His Son has paid. He will not suffer His substitution to be in any case an ineffectual, dead thing. Tens of thousands of redeemed ones are not regenerated yet, but regenerated they must be; and this is our comfort when we go forth to them with the quickening Word of God.

Nay, more, these ungodly ones are prayed for by Christ before the throne. “Neither pray I for these alone,” saith the great Intercessor, “but for them also which shall believe on Me through their word.” Poor, ignorant souls, they know nothing about prayer for themselves, but Jesus prays for them. Their names are on His breastplate, and ere long they must bow their stubborn knee, breathing the penitential sigh before the throne of grace. “The time of figs is not yet.”

The predestinated moment has not struck; but, when it comes, they shall obey, for God will have His own; they must, for the Spirit is not to be withstood when He cometh forth with fulness of power—they must become the willing servants of the living God. “My people shall be willing in the day of my power.” “He shall justify many.” “He shall see of the travail of His soul.” “I will divide him a portion with the great, and He shall divide the spoil with the strong.”

Did you just read that – Tens of thousands of redeemed ones are not regenerated yet, but regenerated they must be;. that is why we spend our time taking the gospel to all nation as commended us by the Lord. beloved, the Lord have so people in the city and none must die without hearing the word of God.

Beloved this is a call on us to tarry not but daily carry the gospel to the ends of the earth. join the called, join the elect f God and bring the gospel of our Lord Jesus to all nation and the end of the earth. Praise the Lord.

May the Lord count you and I worthy to enjoy His mercies. May we be among the predestinate, the called, and the justified so that we will enjoy His promise of greater glory? This is our heart desires O Lord!


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.