How excellent, how excellent is the lovingkindness, is the lovingkindness O! Lord 2x. How excellent, how excellent, how excellent is Thy lovingkindness O! Lord. Therefore the children of God (2x) put their trust, put their trust under the shadow of Thy wings. They shall abundant satisfy, they shall abundantly satisfy, they shall be abundantly satisfy with the fullness of thy love and they shall be of Thy good pleasure and thy shall be of satisfy with Thy pleasure.
Heavenly Father we thank You for goodness and mercies all through the month, Father, we thank You, we bless You Holy Name. What a wonderful God what a marvelous God, He has done marvelous things for me, what wonderful God, He use to do marvelous in my life. The things that are impossible, the things that money cannot buy they are the things He has done for me ooo, what a wonderful God, what a marvelous God, He has done marvelous things for me, that why Omnipotent God, Reliable God, Unchangeable God, Dependable God, Omnipotent God is Your Name, what mama cannot do, what my papa cannot do, He has done it again and again.
I don’t why, You love me so, I don’t why. I don’t why He love me so, I don’t why. Father, I thank You, I bless your Holy Name for all that You have done for me. May You Name be praise forever in Jesus Name.
I am thanking You Lord for Who You are, what You have done in my life Father Lord (2x) Dan Sarki re Baba.
Beloveth, my heart is full of merry today for the good things God has done for us all through the month. Blessed His Holy Name. Will you join me we sing unto the One Who was, Who is, and Who is yet to come. let’s go- when the Spirit of the Lord is upon my soul, I will dance like David dance 2x, I will dance, I will dance, I will dance like David dance, I will dance, I will dance, I will dance like David dance.
Come lets praise the Lord (Come lets praise the Lord) Come lets praise the Lord (Come lets praise the Lord) He is Jehovah (Tell the world of His faithfulness) He is El-Shaddai (Tell the world of His salvation) Spread the news around (Tell the world of his praise) Come lets praise the Lord (Praise the Lord) Forever and ever my God He is the same He’ll never Change From eternity to eternity He’ll be my God Praise Him!! Jehovah Praise Him!! Jehovah Praise Him!! The Lord of Lords.
Beloved, is good to praise God, let your heart be merry. Be grateful to God for the gift of life if there is nothing else you can remember to thank Him for. Thank Him for the blessings you received, thank Him for the gift of health of mind and body. Beloved, this things you cannot buy it from the market, no supermarket have it displayed on their counter. So praise God for counting you worthy to receive from Him.
Am not going say much today because my Spirit is overflowing with joy unspeakable full of glory, full of gIory, full of glory, I have joy unspeakable full of glory and ….
So join me to praise God for He deserve all our praise. However, the message of today is a summary of our theme for the month. Beloved, God having love us and received gift of freedom on our behalf which also He passed on unto us by his death on the cross, deAmand something from us. and that is what we are going to dwell on and resume back to praise and thanksgiving because that is what releases God’s blessings in our lives and ministries. Praise God.
Beloved, join me as we savour from the Lord’s table the last meal for the freedom month:
So then, we must pursue what promotes peace and what builds up one another.—Romans 14:19
A mark of spiritual maturity is a willingness to sacrifice personal comfort in order to strengthen other believers. Paul urges Christians to pursue only activities that promote peace and behavior that builds up others.
To pursue means to passionately focus one’s undistracted effort toward a goal. This is not a casual matter. It involves using all the resources God has given us to ensure growth and peace in the life of a fellow Christian. To the Colossian church, Paul said he labored, “striving . . . to present every man perfect in Christ” (Col. 1:28–29). This took concentration and effort!
For Paul, choosing to edify Christians meant refraining from any activity that caused others to stumble. He did not concern himself with his own rights or comforts because his greater priority, over his personal freedom, was to lead others to Christian maturity (1 Cor. 14:12, 26). This is how Jesus related to His disciples. He taught them that they could express no greater love than to lay down their lives for one another (John 15:13).
As Christians, we ought to be so devoted to strengthening one another’s faith that we pursue this goal relentlessly, even if it means laying down our own lives. This behavior characterized the early churches (Acts 2:40–47). This is what love is like among God’s people (Gal. 6:9–10).
As God reveals to you what those around you need in order to grow in their faith, be prepared to make the necessary sacrifice on behalf of your fellow Christians (Col. 1:29).
Are you ready to do that? That is reason we sacrifices our comfort to bring your way those message that will help your everyday living. To grow in your knowledge of Christ, to supply what may be lacking in your faith as you mature in your Christian walk as enable us by the Spirit of God. I say it will strong passion because often time we discuss what we did not think about or have plans as we transverse the month and the week but because there is someone who has prayed and God wants to provide answer, we see ourselves writing what the Spirit of God wants not what intended. So if you ready to do what we just read from the message above, join me to read further requirement from the Lord:
What God Wants From Us
How would you like to be able to communicate God’s Word to others in an eloquent fashion?
Or have the ability to plumb the depths of the most profound spiritual truths?
Or be able to pray for a person’s healing in perfect confidence that God will answer?
What about the courage to sell all your belongings and move to central Africa to reach the most impoverished of peoples?
Or have unflinching commitment to Christ — even to the point of facing a firing squad?
It all sounds so very noble doesn’t it? But what God really wants from us is:
- To be PATIENT with our wife when she asks us to go shopping with her all Saturday afternoon.
- To be KIND to the scrubby pony-tailed dropout with the bone through his nose.
- To genuinely take PLEASURE in the knowledge that our competitor is knocking them dead at the cash register.
- To DEFLECT ATTENTION AWAY FROM OUR ACCOMPLISHMENTS in deference to others.
- To BE GRACIOUS toward those among us who stand to profit us nothing.
- To PUT ASIDE OUR INTERESTS for the benefit of others
- To FORGIVE those who have ripped us off.
- To LIVE MAGNANIMOUSLY, TRUSTING GOD AMIDST DIFFICULT circumstances which we cannot change.
- To KEEP THE FAITH TO THE END, WHEN EVERYTHING AROUND US SEEMS TO BE CRUMBLING.
This, my friends is the love of Christ, (as expressed in 1 Corinthians 13), applied in the crucible of life’s daily realities. If we fail here, no amount of giftedness or personal sacrifice is of any consequence.
Remember we said that love leads to obedience unto God and man. abide in love and let you mouth pour out songs unto the King of glory as He ushers us in to the new month few ours from now.
May it please God to count you worthy to be part of His family in the new month. Rejoice and be glad this is will of God concerning you.
See you next month by God’s grace.
Remain blessed in the Lord.