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!!!!!!!!!!// How Excellent is Thy Name O! God! 2x How Excellent is Thy Name, How Excellent is Thy Name! How Excellent is Thy Name O! God! 2x

Be Thou exalted Lord above all heaven! Let Thy glory be above all the earth, Let Thy glory be above all the earth!!!

Yes Father Thy glory will be above all the earth, in heaven and in the sea our God is above all, Praise the Living Jesus!!!!

Let us give adoration to the King of kings, The Ancient of Days, The lion of the Tribe of Judea, The Great I AM, The Lily in the valley, The Rose of Sharon, The Bright Morning Star! Jesus The Healer, The Baptizer, The Soon Coming King, somebody shout alleluia!!!! Praise the Living Jesus!!!

Father thank You for the grace to come into Your Presence, Thank You because we will not go back the way we came, thank You because it is settle in Jesus Name.

Beloveth we will share the glory do to God with Him in Jesus Name! We will empty ourselves before Him at all time. We will careful not to allocate any glory to ourselves knowing and unknowing. The Lord will help us in Jesus Name.

God said it and we have to accept and live by it, our life will be a life help by God not by our power or works for this will not be acceptable by God Amen.

This morning topic is a call to examine ourselves and see where we are falling, where we have shared God’s glory by words or action.

God enables us to do some things without recourse to Him in so many ways. He would have make provisions ahead of time, granted good health, secure peace and safety, gives rain and sun, grant successes and blessings but we must not in any way think we did it because we are position, rich, healthy, strength, rather we must acknowledge those gifting with recourse to one who enabled it.  Praise the Lord.

What are subtle ways we share in God glory’s or allocate it entirely to ourselves.

Oftentimes you may hear or say things like “if not for me,” “if I have not come there or send this or that.”  We also sometimes allocate God’s glory to someone use by God to help or dis something for us. Instead of giving the glory to God we may be tempted to give the glory due to God to man. by say things like “if not for my brother instead of saying thank God for my brother. If not for my parents other than saying I give glory to God for the gift of my parents, brother, son or daughter or even a friend.

God often uses men and woman to fulfill His purposes in the lives of His children. The counsel here is that we must be careful to return the glory to God and appreciate the person also use. This is not saying to disregard the individual use by God and such individual must not expect more than appreciation least God will be angry at him/her. Praise the Living Jesus….

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“Give unto the Lord the glory due unto His name.” Psalm 29:2

God’s glory is the result of His nature and acts. He is glorious in His character, for there is such a store of everything that is holy, and good, and lovely in God, that He must be glorious. The actions which flow from His character are also glorious; but while He intends that they should manifest to His creatures His goodness, and mercy, and justice, He is equally concerned that the glory associated with them should be given only to Himself.

Nor is there aught in ourselves in which we may glory; for who maketh us to differ from another? And what have we that we did not receive from the God of all grace? Then how careful ought we to be to walk humbly before the Lord! The moment we glorify ourselves, since there is room for one glory only in the universe, we set ourselves up as rivals to the Most High.

Shall the insect of an hour glorify itself against the sun which warmed it into life? Shall the potsherd exalt itself above the man who fashioned it upon the wheel? Shall the dust of the desert strive with the whirlwind? Or the drops of the ocean struggle with the tempest? Give unto the Lord, all ye righteous, give unto the Lord glory and strength; give unto Him the honour that is due unto His name.

Yet it is, perhaps, one of the hardest struggles of the Christian life to learn this sentence—”Not unto us, not unto us, but unto Thy name be glory.” It is a lesson which God is ever teaching us, and teaching us sometimes by most painful discipline. Let a Christian begin to boast, “I can do all things,” without adding “through Christ which strengtheneth me,” and before long he will have to groan, “I can do nothing,” and bemoan himself in the dust.

When we do anything for the Lord, and He is pleased to accept of our doings, let us lay our crown at His feet, and exclaim, “Not I, but the grace of God which was with me!”

We believe that it is clearer now with the above teaching. let us learn to return God’s glory to Him and never share it . When someone or your children says as simply as “thank you ma/sir” be fast to say “I thank God.” else we draw wrath to ourselves and generations.

May God teach us to be humble before Him. May He make us instrument of worship to His Holy Name alone. May we forever be consciences that we are nothing aside Him, and can do nothing without Him Amen!!!

On this note we declare this week open and will by the grace of God return at the end with unlimited testimonies of God’s doing in Jesus Name…..

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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