I will exalt You Lord for Thou has lifted me above my enemies Your banner over me is love. I will lift up Your Name, I will lift up Your Name, I will lift up Your Name, I will lift up Your Name, I will lift up Your Name above every other Name.// Worthy, You are worthy, King of kings, Lord of Lord You are worthy. Worthy, You are worthy, King of kings, Lord of Lord You are worthy.

Who is like unto Thee O! Lord!, among the gods who can be compared with Thee, You are beautiful in all situation. Thank You Father for Your blessedness, Glory be to Your Name on high. Who is like unto Jehovah, You are beautiful in every situation. Thank You matchless Jesus for never fail to intercede for us before the throne of grace, glory be God in the highest. Behold, God is my salvation: I will trust, and not be afraid: for the LORD JEHOVAH is our strength and our song: He also is become our salvation. Receive our glory Lord, receive our honour Lord! be Thou exalted Lord above the earth (Heb 7:22,25).

Thank You for the gift of a new week, we are gracious to You and bow before throne to worship You. We receive of You Your goodness and mercy, let Your Name be exalted forever and ever in Jesus Name. Have Your way again today O! Lord! Arise and show forth Your praise in our lives today in Jesus Name. Father, let mercy speak over judgment in our lives, families, situations, careers, and ministries now and always in Jesus Name.

Beloved, we are in for another beautiful moment in God’s present, and He will surely do that which He knows how to do best. He will teach us, counsel us, admonish us, bless us and honour us again and in return will live out His glory and honour and adoration will return back to Him alone in Jesus Name!!!!!!!!!!!

We are kicking off the week again with God the Father our focal point of study and I believe that the Holy Spirit is here to guide us into a greater understanding of our Father as He is the Only One Who can as we are limited.

God is infinite in nature, this means that God is Boundless, Endless, Inestimable, He is Unbounded. So how can a “finite” describe an “Infinite.” This means that an attempt of this topic is subject to continual discoveries and revelation.

Our knowledge of God is limited of what we know or our encounters with Him, however further revelations are gained through the testimonies we hear about Him from others or see from things around us, that is why is good for us to testify of God’s goodness in our life. Testimonies serve as an evangelical tool to the dissemination of the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ. Through it salvation is wrought in so many hearts and homes and as a result many souls are harvest into God’s Kingdom. Praise the Lord!

Beloved, therefore we greatly depend on the Holy Spirit to teach us about the God (Lk 1:41). Another way you and I learn or get to know more about God is through “the experiences we have.” There is a popular saying that “experience is best teacher.” The truth also remains that you will not want put your little finger into fire to know that you will be hurt, you can learn that through someone’s experience. So in our knowledge of God, our revelation, experience and others testimonies counts and teaches us so much about God.

Beloved, it is good that aside every other knowledge of God you know to add this virtue of God – God’s Word is infallible (Isa 45:23). If you understanding of this nature of God is reveal to you, it will be easy for you to trust God in spite of whatever circumstance you may be going through. When God speak, His Word goes into creation, but how fast the Word delivers to you depends on His (God) timing and secondly your reception of the Word. (Eccl 3:1, Lk 1:38, 2Cor 10:3-5).

When you receive this revelation it is easier to trust God’s judgment in whatever you are going through. It is also easier to “wait” in case it is time for you to wait while the answer is being put together. How do you achieve this – get into the word and devour it (2Sam 7:18-26, Ps 119:11,42, 81, 101,Mk 7:13, Col 3:16, 1Pet 1:19).

The Word of God helps you when you are defenseless, it build a wall around you that make you impregnable (Rev 3:8, Ps 119:11, Rom 8:28, Heb 4:14-16, Ps 31:1-9).

Come along with us to discover more of the nature of God:

Esther 8:1-10:3, Psalm 103:1-5, ,Proverbs 21:1-3, Romans 16:1-27

Fullness—Only in God

To the only wise God, through Jesus Christ—to Him be the glory forever! Amen.—Romans 16:27

The subject of God’s knowledge must be linked to His wisdom, and it is this aspect of the divine nature that we consider now. What does the Bible mean when it describes God as wise? Wisdom is the ability to use knowledge to the best possible ends. This ability is found in its fullness only in God. God is never other than wise in everything He does. Knowledge without wisdom would be pathetic, a broken reed. Wisdom without knowledge would be inoperative and quite frightening. God’s boundless knowledge and wisdom are perfect in every way, and it is this that makes Him utterly worthy of our trust.

One of the great difficulties we have in the Christian life is trusting the divine wisdom. We can recognize wisdom only when we see the end to which it is moving. Yet God often calls us to trust Him when we can’t see the end that He is pursuing. And then in such times we have to ask ourselves: “How much do I trust Him?”

Before I began speaking to a Christian youth group once, I asked if someone could offer a definition of God’s wisdom. One young man said: “God’s wisdom is the ability to get us through scrapes and difficulties without getting hurt.” I gave the young man full marks for attempting a definition, but I had to show him that this was not what divine wisdom is all about. The goal behind divine wisdom is not to make us happy but to make us holy. And sometimes pursuing that goal may involve us in considerable pain.

Prayer

Father, here I am again—at the road less traveled. Help me tread the road ahead knowing that whatever pain You allow me to feel is for my good. I do not welcome it, but I do not run from it either, as long as You stay with me. Amen.

Further Study

Ps 104:1-24; Pr 3:19; Rm 11:33

Where is God’s wisdom evidenced?

What was Paul’s conclusion?

Beloved, I identify with this line in the write we just read …. “One of the great difficulty ….we can recognize wisdom only at the end.” I had fair share of this saying that I am daily thanking God for letting me pass through fire through which He brought salvation to my Father’s house and many also going to benefit from it too.

I did not see it from the beginning but at the end I an entirely grateful to Him alone. I believe you have or will have the same testimony if only you will allow God to deal with you/situation now. you will testify and praise his Holy Name. you will also tell of His goodness to generation coming behind that the Name of our God be opraise forever.

On this note we declare the week open and by the grace of God before the end of this week. You are waiting on God for a miracle , hold on He will show forth before it termed late in Jesus Name (Lk 1: 36-37,45).

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.