Our God is Perfect God, our God is a Perfect God, our God is a Perfect, yes! He is perfect God, O my God is Perfect God, O my God is Perfect God! O my God is Perfect God Yes! He is a Perfect God// What shall I say until the Lord, all I have to say is thank You Lord, what shall I say unto Jehovah all I have to say is thank You Lord! Thank you Lord! Thank You Lord! All I have to say is thank You Lord!
Father, we thank You we bless Your Holy Name, we give You praise, adoration for the beautiful day and the good weather you have given us, thank You Father in Jesus Name. thank You for the miracle of sleeping and waking up this morning glory be to your Name alone in Jesus Name.
Beloved, how are doing today? Am so glad and proud that I am a child of the Most High God, Whose Word standeth sure, He has promise He will never fail us. Are thanking God for what He has done for you from the beginning up until now?
He made a promise that he will restore. He also said to us yesterday that all the weapon fashion against us will fail for our sake. I don’t know what the satan or his agents has purported against you, hear me the Lord said it will fail and will not prosper.
I am so glad that I belong to Jesus, and am instrument to the spreading of the gospel what about you? Are you a promoter of God’s kingdom or a destroyer of His work and His servants? Beware of His wrath which is coming your way soonest.
Dearly beloved, another encouragement is here for your taking, grasp it and add to what the Lord is saying concerning you. Paul said “for my strength is made perfect in weakness.
Beloved, where is your weakness, the Lord is saying, He is your strength. If He had said it to Paul, today He is saying it to you.
When the Lord delivered the Israelite from the claws of Pharaoh hear their song in Exo 15:1-13, open along and read through. But let me highlight verse 2- “The LORD is my strength and song, and he is become my salvation: he is my God, and I will prepare him an habitation; my father’s God, and I will exalt him.”
Apostle Paul had an understanding of the power of God, so he declared God’s strength in His weakness. In the above passage we read we saw what the strength of God did for the children of Israel, beloved He is going to do same for you in Jesus Name.
He will exchange your weakness for His strength in that situation, He will restore said the Spirit of the Lord. Beloved, the Lord is perfecting all that concerns you in Jesus Name.
“For my strength is made perfect in weakness.” 2 Corinthians 12:9
A primary qualification for serving God with any amount of success, and for doing God’s work well and triumphantly, is a sense of our own weakness. When God’s warrior marches forth to battle, strong in his own might, when he boasts, “I know that I shall conquer, my own right arm and my conquering sword shall get unto me the victory,” defeat is not far distant.
God will not go forth with that man who marches in his own strength. He who reckoneth on victory thus has reckoned wrongly, for “it is not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of hosts.” They who go forth to fight, boasting of their prowess, shall return with their gay banners trailed in the dust, and their armour stained with disgrace.
Those who serve God must serve Him in His own way, and in His strength, or He will never accept their service. That which man doth, unaided by divine strength, God can never own. The mere fruits of the earth He casteth away; He will only reap that corn, the seed of which was sown from heaven, watered by grace, and ripened by the sun of divine love.
God will empty out all that thou hast before He will put His own into thee; He will first clean out thy granaries before He will fill them with the finest of the wheat. The river of God is full of water; but not one drop of it flows from earthly springs. God will have no strength used in His battles but the strength which He Himself imparts.
Are you mourning over your own weakness? Take courage, for there must be a consciousness of weakness before the Lord will give thee victory. Your emptiness is but the preparation for your being filled, and your casting down is but the making ready for your lifting up.
“When I am weak then am I strong,
Grace is my shield and Christ my song.”
Do you the above song? We cannot serve God in our strength; it will not be an acceptable sacrifice or offering. The Lord will first empty us before He will refill us for His use. Beloved, the process may not be fun but if that is way the Lord has planned so shall it be because truly in the light of Jesus we shall see light. Let’s get more below:
“In Thy light shall we see light.” Psalm 36:9
No lips can tell the love of Christ to the heart till Jesus Himself shall speak within. Descriptions all fall flat and tame unless the Holy Ghost fills them with life and power; till our Immanuel reveals Himself within, the soul sees Him not. If you would see the sun, would you gather together the common means of illumination, and seek in that way to behold the orb of day?
No, the wise man knoweth that the sun must reveal itself, and only by its own blaze can that mighty lamp be seen. It is so with Christ. “Blessed art thou, Simon Bar-jona:” said He to Peter, “for flesh and blood hath not revealed this unto thee.” Purify flesh and blood by any educational process you may select, elevate mental faculties to the highest degree of intellectual power, yet none of these can reveal Christ.
The Spirit of God must come with power, and overshadow the man with His wings, and then in that mystic holy of holies the Lord Jesus must display Himself to the sanctified eye, as He doth not unto the purblind sons of men. Christ must be His own mirror. The great mass of this blear-eyed world can see nothing of the ineffable glories of Immanuel. He stands before them without form or comeliness, a root out of a dry ground, rejected by the vain and despised by the proud.
Only where the Spirit has touched the eye with eye-salve, quickened the heart with divine life, and educated the soul to a heavenly taste, only there is He understood. “To you that believe He is precious”; to you He is the chief corner-stone, the Rock of your salvation, your all in all; but to others He is “a stone of stumbling and a rock of offence.”
Happy are those to whom our Lord manifests Himself, for His promise to such is that He will make His abode with them. O Jesus, our Lord, our heart is open, come in, and go out no more for ever. Show Thyself to us now! Favour us with a glimpse of Thine all-conquering charms.
Yes Lord help us in our weakness, in our sickness, where we are blind and where we cannot hear. Help us and touch our eye with eye-salve, educate our soul and quickened our heart with Divine life we pray Thee in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.