All glory and honour to the King of kings and the Lord of lords. You are God that changeth not. You faileth not God, You are Ancient of Days, the Alpha and Omega. Blessed be Thou Name forever and ever. Thank You for yet another day full of Your blessing and healing virtues in the lives of Your children
We are before Your Throne and we know that You will deal kindly with us, You will lead us through the still waters. You will show us again the secret things that belong to You Alone that will lead us our next level.
I stand as an oracle of God and I prophesy that we are changing levels in the Name of Jesus (1 Pet 4:11). Where we are today, will be less we can ever be in the Name of Jesus. The Lord will prosper His servant today (Neh 1:11) and the gates of hell will not be able to stop it. For greater is He that is in us than he that is the world (1 Jn 4:4).
Therefore what is that you are believing God for, receive in the Almighty Name of Jesus. If they that are in world knows how to give good gifts to their children, what about our heavenly Father, He will do much more than that (Matt 7:10). So do not be afraid for the Lord is Your Father and will never forsake you nor leave you.
In this month of Divine Guidance, the Lord will show what to do (1 Sam 16:3). Just be attentive that you miss it not for the Lord will tell you what to do and when to move make sure you enquire of the Lord before you make any move ( 2 Sam 5:23-24; 1 Chr 14:14 -15). Every perfect gift is from God (Jas 1:17). He will lead you forth with great joy in that land He had promised (Ps 105:43).
So as we discussed yesterday, you are to stay close to the throne more ever before, for the eyes of the Lord are over the righteous, and His ears are open unto their prayers to do them good (1Pet 3:12). The Lord sealed you with the Holy Spirit of promise (Eph1:13) and I pray that you receive the gift of the Holy Spirit, which will usher you into the glory of Christ (Col 1:27).
Beloved, our God is a jealous, He will not share us with any other as He is set to bless you be sure not join yourself to any other gods. Read more my dear and stay out His wrath:
“God is jealous.” Nahum 1:2
Your Lord is very jealous of your love, O believer. Did He choose you? He cannot bear that you should choose another. Did He buy you with His own blood? He cannot endure that you should think that you are your own, or that you belong to this world. He loved you with such a love that He would not stop in heaven without you; He would sooner die than you should perish, and He cannot endure that anything should stand between your heart’s love and Himself.
He is very jealous of your trust. He will not permit you to trust in an arm of flesh. He cannot bear that you should hew out broken cisterns, when the overflowing fountain is always free to you. When we lean upon Him, He is glad, but when we transfer our dependence to another, when we rely upon our own wisdom, or the wisdom of a friend—worst of all, when we trust in any works of our own, He is displeased, and will chasten us that He may bring us to Himself.
He is also very jealous of our company. There should be no one with whom we converse so much as with Jesus. To abide in Him only, this is true love; but to commune with the world, to find sufficient solace in our carnal comforts, to prefer even the society of our fellow Christians to secret intercourse with Him, this is grievous to our jealous Lord.
He would fain have us abide in Him, and enjoy constant fellowship with Himself; and many of the trials which He sends us are for the purpose of weaning our hearts from the creature, and fixing them more closely upon Himself. Let this jealousy which would keep us near to Christ be also a comfort to us, for if He loves us so much as to care thus about our love we may be sure that He will suffer nothing to harm us, and will protect us from all our enemies.
Oh that we may have grace this day to keep our hearts in sacred chastity for our Beloved alone, with sacred jealousy shutting our eyes to all the fascinations of the world!
Thank God, Who sent His only begotten Son to die that we may live (Gal 1:4). Thanks be to God, Who gave us victory on the cross through His Son (1Cor 15:57). Thanks be to God, for mercy that prevailed over judgment (Jas 2:13) and the Lord granted my request out of love not on merit He answers (1 Jn 4:9):
“I will sing of mercy and judgment.” Psalm 101:1
Faith triumphs in trial. When reason is thrust into the inner prison, with her feet made fast in the stocks, faith makes the dungeon walls ring with her merry notes as she I cries, “I will sing of mercy and of judgment. Unto thee, O Lord, will I sing.” Faith pulls the black mask from the face of trouble, and discovers the angel beneath. Faith looks up at the cloud, and sees that
‘Tis big with mercy and shall break
In blessings on her head.”
There is a subject for song even in the judgments of God towards us. For, first, the trial is not so heavy as it might have been; next, the trouble is not so severe as we deserved to have borne; and our affliction is not so crushing as the burden which others have to carry. Faith sees that in her worst sorrow there is nothing penal; there is not a drop of God’s wrath in it; it is all sent in love.
Faith discerns love gleaming like a jewel on the breast of an angry God. Faith says of her grief, “This is a badge of honour, for the child must feel the rod”; and then she sings of the sweet result of her sorrows, because they work her spiritual good. Nay, more, says Faith, “These light afflictions, which are but for a moment, work out for me a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.”
So Faith rides forth on the black horse, conquering and to conquer, trampling down carnal reason and fleshly sense, and chanting notes of victory amid the thickest of the fray.
“All I meet I find assists me
In my path to heavenly joy:
Where, though trials now attend me,
Trials never more annoy.
“Blest there with a weight of glory,
Still the path I’ll ne’er forget,
But, exulting, cry, it led me
To my blessed Saviour’s seat.”
Glory be to God, Who will reward us as we endure and stand fast to the end (Matt24:13). We know that our God is able to deliver us (Dan 3:17) and forgive our sins forgiven (Matt 9:2) but you must from this day, fear the Lord your God and serve Him Alone or you incur His wrath (1 Sam 12 :24-25). Beloved, the Lord has sworn by Himself, the Word that has gone out my mouth in righteousness, shall not return void says the Lord of Host (Isa 45:23; Isa 55:11)
Remain blessed in the Lord.