How Excellent is Thy Name O! Lord…. How Excellent is Thy Name O! Lord… How Excellent is Thy Name… How Excellent is Thy Name… How Excellent is Thy Name O Lord…. How Excellent is Thy Name… How Excellent is Thy Name, How Excellent is Thy Name O! Lord!!!!… Baba Baba Baba Baba Ese Baba Ese Baba a waa dupe Baba…
O Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name… we adore You we give you Praise alleluia somebody… O Lord we worship and adore Your Holy Name… Who is like unto Thee Jehovah… Thank You for the gift of another beautiful day… Father, be Thou glorify O God in Jesus Name…..
Thank You for answers to prayer… Yes! “For You promised us that You will answer if we don’t pray amiss… when we pray according to Your “Will,” in our lives, in missions, in building up your church, Father… help us to always listen to Your directives always … so that we will be useful instruments in your hands… Praise the Name of the Lord….
Beloveth… something cropped up as a result of yesterday topic… and I don’t know whether I am speaking someone’s mind or thoughts… someone is asking how about this portion of the Bible… “Be careful for nothing; but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your request be made know unto God….(Phil. 4:6). Yes! What about this…. “Men ought to pray and not faint…. (Lk.18:1). And this too “Open Thou mouth and I will fill it…. (Ps.81:10).
Beloveth, what we are saying is that you prayer as if everything depends on your prayer and you work as if everything depends on your working… none should take the place of the other…
When you work without God…. you dissipate energy achieving little or nothing… and when you pray without working… you make God a liar (Gen 1:28, Gen 9:7)… and God can never liar…. So think about it…
I am sure with these and many other scripture the Holy Spirit will bring up in you heart will help you to have a deeper understanding to this teaching…. Amen!
Today’s topic is a command…. Not out of master or servant relationship but out of love… for one another… you are valued in God’s eye that He sent His Son to died for you and set you free by dying on the Cross… same way He wants you to also engage in saving your brother, sister parents, friends and foes from hell… He does not wish that any shall perish but that they shall repent and come to the true knowledge of God… alleluia!!!
We get blessed when we obey God… as we can see even from the teaching of yesterday… when the disciples of Jesus obey His instruction to wait… at the upper room while they pray… the power came upon them… Acts 2:4.
Listen they were empowered to carry out the work entrusted into their hands by their Master – Jesus Christ…. What follows after, we saw Peter preaching without fear… Timid Peter at the fire side became fire-brand before the Jewish rulers…. (Acts 4:5-33) even other disciples also confessed Jesus with boldness and great grace was upon them…
Beloveth when God said “Go” .. .you have to let go your fears, your struggles, obstacles and doubt and move…. yes! I believe if God will say “Go” He is ready to guide you through and we just have to “Trust” Him…
Most often fear of the unknown holds us back… I am a living witness … I did not hesitate in responding but this fear of the unknown affected me greatly… but today I can say God is Faithful and will continue to be… all I did was to trust Him in even the most difficult terrain, He held my hands … so I felleth not… Praise the Lord somebody…
If you are the verge of taking a step forward or try new thing this message is for you… If you reluctant to take a step; the Lord is speaking to you… If you have been too long on that spot; this is the right time to move… If you are afraid of the future…. Take that step…
Just make sure you are walking in the steps God is leading you not where you want God to take you… as you do so beloveth you will be amazed… at what you will achieve… just remember that God is just enough…. Amen!!!!!
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Go, therefore, and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. . . —Matthew 28:19
Our Master commands us to “go.” We need permission to stay! The gospel is the account of Jesus’ leaving His Father’s right hand to go to Calvary. Jesus instructed those who wanted to be His disciples to leave their homes and their comforts and follow Him. Some insisted that they could not go yet because they still had to care for elderly parents (Luke 9:59–60).
Others wanted to make sure everything was in order first (Luke 9:61–62). Still others expressed willingness to follow but wanted to know the details of what they would be doing (Luke 9:57–58). Jesus never excused those who struggled to follow Him. He made it clear that to follow Him meant He set the direction and they were to follow.
We can convince ourselves that Jesus does not really want us to adjust our lives, pointing to the success we are enjoying right where we are. Yet Jesus often told His disciples to go elsewhere in spite of the success they were experiencing.
Peter had just pulled in the greatest catch of fish of his entire career when Jesus invited him to leave everything (Luke 5:1–11). Philip was enjoying astounding success as an evangelist when the Holy Spirit instructed him to go to the desert (Acts 8:25–40). Success where we are can be our greatest hindrance to going where Jesus wants us to be.
If you become too comfortable where you are, you may resist Christ’s invitation to go elsewhere. Don’t assume that God does not want you to go in service to Him. He may lead you across the street to share the gospel with your neighbor or to the other side of the world. Wherever He leads, be prepared to go.
Did you read that…to “Go” anywhere you are sent to “Go?”
Don’t forget that God is just more than enough for you… when Jesus sent his disciple… He instructed them to take nothing with them… and truly they lacked nothing….
So when you are on the “Go” for Jesus all your need He promised to meet… if it is not a need please don’t shout….but for your need He will meet all….(Ps 34:4,10).
Further Reading:- Matt.10:5-10,Heb.3:14, 2Tim.1:12, Gen. 1:1-3.
Remain blessed in the Lord.
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