Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before Thy throne! Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before Thy throne! We bow before the throne, we worship at Thy feet, we bow before Thy throne You are excellent God! we bow before Thy throne, we worship at Your feet, we bow before Thy throne You are excellent God!// Who is like unto Thee, O! Lord! Who is like unto Thee O! Lord! among the gods, who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia!!!
Our Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name! We adore You we give You Praise, adoration to Your Name. Thank You miracle Jesus for all You have done for us. Thank You Ancient of days for goodness and mercies that enduerth forever. Thank You Father all the good things You bestowed on us, be Thou glorify in Jesus Name we pray!
Beloveth, good morning, how are doing today? Our God is awesome, Too Great and Too Powerful, let us praise His Holy Name forever and ever in Jesus Name! Faithful is His Name! Alleluia somebody!
The goodness and Kindness of God is uncountable, it is irreversible, is unstoppable. Beloveth when God chose to bless a man, no demon can stop Him, it might take a while as per delay but at the end, what God plan must sure prevail.
The Psalmist told us not to forget His benefits. What are those benefits you receive unqualified? In fact we do we think we receive on the rightful ground of qualification? Even your salvation is not earned, so if you ask me all that a man has received is on the ground of grace.
Grace qualifies a man and placed Him in the place honour, among the kings and nobles. The psalmist often times recounted the Lord how God took him from shepherding flocks to shepherding His people.
Like I said earlier, God plan for a man can only be delayed and not deny. Using the psalmist as our case study, when Samuel went to Jesse, David’s Father to anoint one of sons as the Spirit of God will lead him to do, but Jesse forgot David until God reminded Samuel about him. Jesse then sent and fetched him from where he was taking care of his flocks. David was anointed king over Israel (1 Sam. 16:11-13).
Beloveth, God located David in the bush and made him king over his brethren and over the people of Israel. So when see the psalmist recounts God’s goodness you then don’t have to wonder. Praise the Lord.
As we are going this season of “Divine Presence” watch out because the Spirit of God is set to bless someone who has been written off or who taught is over with him/her. Praise the Lord.
In that place you are busy working and going for the Lord, He will send for you and you will be honoured. Without your consent, without your awareness, God is going to anoint your head with oil and make you a vessel of honour in Jesus Name.
Don’t be discouraged, don’t be cast down, calm your disquieted spirit, be still before the Lord, He will visit you and make you glad. Just recount His blessings before now and forget not all His benefits and the Lord will come and give you all your heart desires in Jesus Name. (1jn 3:1, Rom 11:29,Ps 18:35).
“Forget not all His benefits.” Psalm 103:2
It is a delightful and profitable occupation to mark the hand of God in the lives of ancient saints, and to observe His goodness in delivering them, His mercy in pardoning them, and His faithfulness in keeping His covenant with them. But would it not be even more interesting and profitable for us to remark the hand of God in our own lives?
Ought we not to look upon our own history as being at least as full of God, as full of His goodness and of His truth, as much a proof of His faithfulness and veracity, as the lives of any of the saints who have gone before?
We do our Lord an injustice when we suppose that He wrought all His mighty acts, and showed Himself strong for those in the early time, but doth not perform wonders or lay bare His arm for the saints who are now upon the earth.
Let us review our own lives. Surely in these we may discover some happy incidents, refreshing to ourselves and glorifying to our God. Have you had no deliverances? Have you passed through no rivers, supported by the divine presence? Have you walked through no fires unharmed? Have you had no manifestations? Have you had no choice favours?
The God who gave Solomon the desire of his heart, hath He never listened to you and answered your requests? That God of lavish bounty of whom David sang, “Who satisfieth thy mouth with good things,” hath He never satiated you with fatness? Have you never been made to lie down in green pastures? Have you never been led by the still waters?
Surely the goodness of God has been the same to us as to the saints of old. Let us, then, weave His mercies into a song. Let us take the pure gold of thankfulness, and the jewels of praise and make them into another crown for the head of Jesus.
Let our souls give forth music as sweet and as exhilarating as came from David’s harp, while we praise the Lord whose mercy endureth for ever.
Beloveth, yes! We will make music to our Lord with psaltery and harps, we will Praise Him with timbrel and dance, we will Praise the Lord with stringed instruments and organs, We Praise the Lord with loud cymbals, with sounding cymbals, if you have breath in your nostrils; come let us Praise the Name of the Lord and if you can recount what God have done in the Praise join us as we worship God in the God in beauty of his holiness.
Beloveth, on this note we declare this week open and bless in Jesus Name, at the end we will return with bountiful testimonies in Jesus Name.
Don’t give up, don’t fret rather recount your many blessings and name them one by one and be set for another encounter in Jesus Name.
Am full of expectation, for I know my expectation will not be cut short in Jesus Name, what about you?
Remain blessed in the Lord.