The Name of Jesus the Name of Jesus set my free, in sin and sorrow the blood of Jesus set my free.// The Name (the Name of Jesus), is greater and higher than all name. It is a not ordinary it a Name, is a Name that is full of power and grace.
Father, we Thank You, we bless Your Holy Name, we adore You, we give You praise, we adore You, we glorify You forever. We honour You for You are Mighty and great. Blessed be Thy Name forever. Thank You for this great of day and the blessings therein. Glory be to Your Name forever and ever.
Beloved, how was yesterday prayer time? Great I suppose. the Name of Jesus is Great and powerful than You can ever imagine. I made a song with Name and it was a powerful weapon I tell You and I used it all through the Day. Jesus Name so Great; Emmanuel’s Name is good.
And in today’s faith clinic, we are still going use that Might Name the Name ‘Jesus’.
So what are trusting God for in the clinic today, Jesus is ere is do just that. But you have to believe Him that He can do it. Let’s consider Mk 6:56- there we see Jesus healing all kinds of disease and making them whole. Wholeness is the key thing in Divine healing.
Remember the story of the ten leper after Jesus told them to go show themselves to the priest one came back to give thanks and Jesus made a statement that settled his case forever. While nine was healed, one was made whole. As result of thanksgiving. He recognized the healer and reverence Him and Jesus was very please and pronounced wholeness on him.
Today, we are considering the faithfulness of God. Is God still faithful? Is He still in control? Is wholeness still possible in our today’s world? God’s faithfulness is true and true. His Word is Yea and Amen. The Word of God endureth forever and must surely come to past.
Beloved, what are trusting God for? What are believing God for? The goodnews is that our God is faithful and to everyone He called to Himself He isfaithful.
That what we will be discussing soon. Apostle Paul also have some faithful saying that we will be discussing also. Let’s get into the teaching of the day:
He who calls you is faithful, who also will do it.—1 Thessalonians 5:24
God never calls us to do anything without faithfully keeping His word and enabling us to do it. We are not always faithful to do what God tells us, but He remains faithful and stands by His word to fulfill what He has promised (Isa. 46:11).
When the children of Israel reached the Red Sea, they might have concluded that God had abandoned His promise to them. The sea was barring their advance, and the murderous Egyptian army was racing to overtake them! Yet God proved then, as He has ever since, that He is absolutely faithful to every word He speaks to His children.
God may have spoken to you about something in particular—a ministry in your church, the way to raise your children, or what you should do in your job. You have obeyed Him, but now you face a Red Sea experience. It seems that what you thought God wanted to accomplish is not happening. Perhaps your ministry has not been well received, or your children are rebelling, or those at your workplace are criticizing your actions.
Trust in the character of God. It is His nature to be faithful. The testimony of His people throughout the ages is expressed by the psalmist, who declared: “I have been young, and now I am old; / Yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken, / Nor his descendants begging bread” (Ps. 37:25).
Regardless of how bleak your present circumstances are, do not lose hope. No one has ever experienced unfaithfulness on God’s part! Allow time for God to reveal His faithfulness to you. Someday you will reflect on what God has done and praise Him for His absolute faithfulness to you.
Apostle Paul saw the faithfulness of God and have the following to say. Come on to read the following faithful sayings about the Lord as tested and proven by Paul:
“It is a faithful saying.” 2Timothy 2:11
Paul has four of these “faithful sayings.” The first occurs in 1 Timothy 1:15, “This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation, that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners.” The next is in 1 Timothy 4:6, “Godliness is profitable unto all things, having the promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come.
This is a faithful saying, and worthy of all acceptation.” The third is in 2 Timothy 2:12, “It is a faithful saying—If we suffer with Him we shall also reign with Him”; and the fourth is in Titus 3:3, “This is a faithful saying, that they which have believed in God might be careful to maintain good works.” We may trace a connection between these faithful sayings.
The first one lays the foundation of our eternal salvation in the free grace of God, as shown to us in the mission of the great Redeemer. The next affirms the double blessedness which we obtain through this salvation—the blessings of the upper and nether springs—of time and of eternity. The third shows one of the duties to which the chosen people are called; we are ordained to suffer for Christ with the promise that “if we suffer, we shall also reign with Him.” The last sets forth the active form of Christian service, bidding us diligently to maintain good works.
Thus we have the root of salvation in free grace; next, the privileges of that salvation in the life which now is, and in that which is to come; and we have also the two great branches of suffering with Christ and serving with Christ, loaded with the fruits of the Spirit. Treasure up these faithful sayings. Let them be the guides of our life, our comfort, and our instruction.
The apostle of the Gentiles proved them to be faithful, they are faithful still, not one word shall fall to the ground; they are worthy of all acceptation, let us accept them now, and prove their faithfulness. Let these four faithful sayings be written on the four corners of My house.
And you will be blessed when you apply the above sayings in your life and situation.
May God remaineth true and true in all the days of your life in Jesus. The faithfulness of God is on Holy living. So stay Holy and see God faithfulness working in your life.
For the faithfulness of God is sure and guaranteed. His Word never fail but standeth sure.
Remain blessed in the Lord.