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. // 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, always doing wonders alleluia!!!
Magnify the Lord with me exalt the Name of Jesus, magnify the Lord with me Praising the Name of Jesus. Father we will worship You forever, we glorify every day, be Thou magnify forever and ever in Jesus Name.
Beloved, isn’t God wonderful? Isn’t He victorious? The Lord is good us His children and we must bow and glorify His Name forever. He answers our prayers, He does that which no man can do for us. He is our God! and He is on the throne forever and ever Amen
Thank You for praying and reminding God of His promise for every minister that they are priest forever and He will honour their words with miracles, signs and wonders. Praise the Lord!
As this time beloved, we want to remind ourselves of God’s goodness and mercies. is so crucial to us that so that we will forever have the Praise of God in our lips no minding what the devil is doing and his assaults among God’s people.
Beloved , are presently challenged? Lost a Job, love ones, lost your business or even lost the place you abode? The Psalmist in spite of what he want through encourage himself to give thanks unto God and forget not all His benefits.
Why? because in the face of hardship, is very easy for us to forget the goodness of God in our lives and allow our present situation to judge God’s faithfulness.
May we never allow that to be; so we are called to remind ourselves of God’s goodness and forget not all His benefits.
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“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.
Praise the Name of God forever and forget not His benefits in Jesus Name!
Remain blessed in Lord.