O Lord you answers prayer, my God You answers prayer. The God I serve answers prayer, my Jesus answers prayer, the God I serve answers prayer, only Jesus answers prayer.// You are worthy Lord! you are Worthy Lord, You are Worthy Lord. Mighty God! You are Worthy Lord, You are Worthy Lord you are worthy Lord, El-Shaddia.
I have every reason to praise the Lord. Father You are great. Might God you are great, everything written about you is great. Faithful Father, we thank You, great are You Lord! You are greatly to be praise, Father You reign. Faithful is Your Name. Mighty are works among men.
Beloved, let give a shout offering to the Lord! He is worthy of our praise. Often times the enemy of our soul will create an occasion to disgrace God’s children but God who is all knowlegable. Who knows the beginning from the end will always orchestrate a way of escape.
Beloved, be it known to you that the God we serve is an everlasting God, He faileth not. Whatever mountain that is standing before you, He is able to bring it down and you match on it. Remember, that victory has been won on your behalf some thousand years ago, all you need do is walk in it.
Let us always have this in our mind and we will continual put our trust in Him Who never fail nor slumber.
He will always uphold His promises to us. I don’t know what God has promise you. What you are coveting from the Word of God or testimonies you have heard, just know that God is able to do it. Hold firmly to Him and truly you be glad.
He is faithful and His promises He will keep. For this month and beyond we will be glad indeed. The Lord will perfect all that concerns us. He move us into our miracle. No more disappointment at the edge of success. No more stories that question you right in God’s kingdom. You are a joint heir with Christ in heaven.
Plead your case before Him and He will indeed made you glad. Praise the Name of the Lord! Alleluia!
Let’s get going:
“Cast thy bread upon the waters: for thou shalt find it after many days.” Eccl. 11:1
We must not expect to see an immediate reward for all the good we do; nor must we always confine our efforts to places and persons which seem likely to yield us a recompense for our labors. The Egyptian casts his seed upon the waters of the Nile, where it might seem a sheer waste of corn. But in due time the flood subsides, the rice or other grain sinks into the fertile mud, and rapidly a harvest is produced.
Let us today do good to the unthankful and the evil. Let us teach the careless and the obstinate. Unlikely waters may cover hopeful soil. Nowhere shall our labor be in vain in the Lord.
It is ours to cast our bread upon the waters; it remains with God to fulfill the promise, “Thou shalt find it.” He will not let His promise fail. His good word which we have spoken shall live, shall be found, shall be found by us.
Perhaps not just yet, but some day we shall reap what we have sown. We must exercise our patience; for perhaps the Lord may exercise it. “After many days,” says the Scripture, and in many instances those days run into months and years, and yet the Word stands true. God’s promise will keep; let us mind that we keep the precept, and keep it this day.
Are you will to cast your bread upon waters, and see God’s promise fulfill in your life? your labour of love to help the needy and the poor amongst you will not be in vain. The Lord will reward you as you take the gosple of our Lord Jesus to where is needed.
God Himself will bless you, it might not be immediate but He will surely do. The Word of God said that “he that believeth on Him shall not be confounded” 1Pet 2:6. Let us take Him by His Word will not be disappointed. Praise the Lord.
He will surely break their arrows of bow, the shield and the sword and the battle. Let’s get going:
“There brake He the arrows of the bow, the shield, and the sword, and the battle.” Psalm 76:3
Our Redeemer’s glorious cry of “It is finished,” was the death-knell of all the adversaries of His people, the breaking of “the sword and the battle.” Behold the hero of Golgotha using His cross as an anvil, and His woes as a hammer, dashing to shivers bundle after bundle of our sins, those poisoned “arrows of the bow”; trampling on every indictment, and destroying every accusation.
What glorious blows the mighty Breaker gives with a hammer far more ponderous than the fabled weapon of Thor! How the diabolical darts fly to fragments, and the infernal bucklers are broken like potters’ vessels! Behold, He draws from its sheath of hellish workmanship the dread sword of Satanic power! He snaps it across His knee, as a man breaks the dry wood of a fagot, and casts it into the fire.
Beloved, no sin of a believer can now be an arrow mortally to wound him, no condemnation can now be a sword to kill him, for the punishment of our sin was borne by Christ, a full atonement was made for all our iniquities by our blessed Substitute and Surety. Who now accuseth? Who now condemneth?
Christ hath died, yea rather, hath risen again. Jesus has emptied the quivers of hell, has quenched every fiery dart, and broken off the head of every arrow of wrath; the ground is strewn with the splinters and relics of the weapons of hell’s warfare, which are only visible to us to remind us of our former danger, and of our great deliverance.
Sin hath no more dominion over us. Jesus has made an end of it, and put it away for ever. O thou enemy, destructions are come to a perpetual end.
Talk ye of all the wondrous works of the Lord, ye who make mention of His name, keep not silence, neither by day, nor when the sun goeth to his rest. Bless the Lord, O my soul.
Whoop! Can you offer a shout offering to the Lord! Let us lift up our voices to the Lord and honour Him forever and ever. He is worthy of our praise. Great is His Name forever and ever.
His promises He will keep for He has broken the arrows and put asunder the brass gate. Glory be God forever and ever.
Is our faith clinic, ignite your faith with fire, God’s will never fail!
Remain blessed in the Lord.