All honor, All glory, All power, To you (repeat several times), Holy father we worship you, Precious Jesus our savior, Holy spirit we wait on you, Holy spirit we wait on you, Holy spirit we wait on you, For fire (several times), (goes to the beginning.// You are Mighty God, the Great I AM, alleluia, alleluia, You are Mighty God the Great I AM, alleluia, alleluia.
Our Father, we declare Your Majesty, we honour You, we glorify You because You are God and You liveth forever and ever. Great are You Lord, You are greatly to be praise. Who is like unto You, Father we bless Your Name. Thank You for a beautiful day You have made and we will rejoice and be glad in it. Thank You The Great I AM for making our Lord and Saviour Jesus little lower than the angels so that He will deliver us from sin. Thank You Lord.
Beloveth, may find grace and mercy before God to be honoured by Him. How glad is the man who God honoured. He will be bless among men, and great he will be also.
There are many instances in the bible where God choose to make man great. God blessed Abraham and made him a blessing unto the end of the world that up until now men still tap into Abrahamic blessings as they pray. Isaac and Jacob also enjoyed God blessing in midst of people that made them honourable men among their people. What about the shepherd boy turned king? When God chose to honour David, He chose him among his siblings’ and place him above them even though he is the youngest among them. Praise God!
Hear Mary when angel Gabriel announced God’s plan concerning her, “how shall this be, seeing I know not a man?” there is somebody in the house whose encountered with the angel that will deliver your turn round package will ask “ how shall this be seeing that …..” praise God!
You will be honour among men but there are conditions attached. Your life will be free from sin, you must be on the “Go” for the Lord. Above all, you must fear God above everything in your life praise God.
What happens a man who does not honour God? we will site few references from the bible the likes of Pharaoh, King Saul, King Nebuchadnezzar, Eli the priest, Goliath, king Jeroboam, (2Chr 13) and so many other who did not honour God, He despised. Praise God!
Beloved, are ready to do what will bring honour to God? Then fellow I to make more discover in the attached message below:
I will honor those who honor Me,
but those who despise Me will be disgraced.—1 Samuel 2:30
One of the many truths of the kingdom of God is that if we will honor God, He will honor us. If, however, we dare to treat Him disrespectfully, we will also be treated as least in His kingdom. The initiative rests with us. Our response to God determines His response to us.
Eli had been the priest of Israel for many years, and he knew the standards for righteous living that God required. Yet Eli faced a dilemma, for his sons were living in direct opposition to God. As their father, Eli had to decide whom he would honor. He could not defer to his immoral and ungodly sons and also exalt the God he served.
By default, Eli chose to honor his sons, for he did not insist that their behavior conform to God’s standards. Eli would have pleaded that he still loved God but that he simply could not bring honor to God with his family. Yet God viewed Eli’s behavior differently (1 Sam. 3:13–14). Eli revealed his own heart when he failed to honor God before the people of Israel by the way he dealt with his sons. This is why God punished Eli and his sons severely (1 Sam. 4:17–18).
God is not pleased if you praise Him at church but not at your workplace. It is not acceptable for you to revere God when you are with other Christians but not in your school or neighborhood. He expects you to honor Him completely, with your words, with your actions, with your life. If you honor Him, He will honor you.
Did you just read that you ought to honour God everywhere and at all time? Let us honour God in all our dealings else God will despise you. am always thrill with this saying of God concerning Abraham in Gen 18:19 For I know him that he will command his children and his household after him, and they shall keep the way of Jehovah, to do righteousness and justice, in order that Jehovah may bring upon Abraham what he hath spoken of him. (Gen 18:19 (Darby).
Beloved, can same be said of us that God knows us? This is God saying, is not that someone bearing witness. May God help us to be a friend of God on whom He will trust. The next ministration has at least five cores values a child of God must have. Do you want to be among those God will honour? Fellow me to discover more:
Five Core Values
Five core values that are worth living and dying for:
- Loyalty to Christ and the Bible
A commitment to follow Christ through uncompromising obedience to His Word. Like two wheels on a bicycle, loyalty to Christ and the Scriptures work in tandem.
“Lord to whom (else) shall we go? You have the words of eternal life.” (John 6:68b)
- Commitment to the Great Commission
Partnering with God in winning the lost and discipling the saved:
“Go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you. And surely I am with you always, to the very end of the age.” (Matthew 28:19, 20)
- Faith in the Promises of God
God has given us His “great and precious promises, so that through them you may participate in the divine nature.” (2 Peter 1:4)
The promises of God are foundational to our faith, giving us hope and the ability to believe God for the furtherance of His Kingdom. Without the promises, we end in despair.
- Vision for Spiritual Reproduction
Investing your life in that of another. Christ invested in The Twelve. Paul invested in Timothy: “The things you have heard me say… entrust to reliable men who will also be qualified to teach others also.” (2 Timothy 2:2) Dr. Frank Labauch used the phrase, “Each one teach one.“
- Practice of Spiritual Disciplines
- Abiding in Christ. (John 15:5)
- Obedience to the Word of God. (John 14:21)
- Intake of God’s Word through reading, hearing, meditation, memorization and study. (John 8:31, 32)
- Speaking to God through Prayer. (Luke 18:1)
- Sharing your life through Fellowship with others. (Hebrews 10:24, 25)
- Witnessing: Sharing with others what you have seen of Christ. (1 John 1:3)
Beloved, don’t forget that this is our month of victory, sin is a reproach but the reward of a righteous man is eternal life.
Do want God to honour you, then be ready to adhere to the above values and you will be eternal blessed and honoured by God.
Remain blessed in the Lord.