You are the Mighty God, the Great I Am alleluia, alleluia. You are the Mighty God, the Great I Am alleluia, alleluia.// what a Mighty God we serve, What a Mighty God we serve, Heaven and earth adore Thee, angels bow before Thee, what a Mighty God we serve.
Father, we thank You, we bless Your Name, we adore You we give You praise. Thank You for Who You are, You are God and You live forever and ever. Blessed be Thy Name forever and ever. How can we thank You enough for what You are doing for us. Might are You and greatly to be praise You are God. Faithful is Your Name.
Immortal, invisible God. We praise Thee. Be Thou be exalted forever.
Beloved, let us praise the Name of the Lord forever, for His mercies endureth to all generation. We are going to lift up our voice to worship the King of kings, the Lord of Lord and pour out our mind to Him. Because He hears and will answer us. Praise God.
As we pray, may we receive His treasury from above according to His Word to us. Beloved, what an uncountable blessings that will be when God opens His treasury before you. Remember Psalms 23 – Thou shall prepare a table before me. God will always invite us to come to Him, is left for us to come.
As we pray today, ask God to reveal His treasury that will settle you forever. Yes! Our God is ever faithful. So we need not be afraid of what the devil can do to us. He may bark but will never bite because the Good Lord will weaken his jaws and He will do you no harm. Praise God!
Let us ask God to remove vanity from amongst us. What is vanity? Every things that does not have eternal values. Apostle Paul admonished us in Col 3:2- set your affection on things above, not on things on earth.
Let us pray for the grace to abide as we are bid to do. More from below:
“The Lord shall open unto thee his good treasure.” Deut. 28:12
This refers first to the rain. The Lord will give this in its season. Rain is the emblem of all those celestial refreshings which the Lord is ready to bestow upon His people. Oh for a copious shower to refresh the Lord’s heritage!
We seem to think that God’s treasury can only be opened by a great prophet like Elijah, but it is not so, for this promise is to all the faithful in Israel, and, indeed, to each one of them. O believing friend, “the Lord shall open unto thee his good treasure.” Thou, too, mayest see Heaven opened, and thrust in thy hand and take out thy portion, yea, and a portion for all thy brethren round about thee. Ask what thou wilt, and thou shalt not be denied, if thou abidest in Christ, and His words abide in thee.
As yet thou hast not known all thy Lord’s treasures, but He shall open them up to thine understanding. Certainly thou hast not yet enjoyed the fullness of His covenant riches, but He will direct thine heart into His love, and reveal Jesus in thee. Only the Lord himself can do this for thee; but here -is His promise, and if thou wilt hearken diligently unto His voice, and obey His will, His riches in glory by Christ Jesus shall be thine.
Let get going:
“Remove far from me vanity and lies.” Proverbs 30:8
“O my God, be not far from me.” Psalm 38:21.
Here we have two great lessons—what to deprecate and what to supplicate. The happiest state of a Christian is the holiest state. As there is the most heat nearest to the sun, so there is the most happiness nearest to Christ.
No Christian enjoys comfort when his eyes are fixed on vanity—he finds no satisfaction unless his soul is quickened in the ways of God. The world may win happiness elsewhere, but he cannot. I do not blame ungodly men for rushing to their pleasures. Why should I? Let them have their fill. That is all they have to enjoy.
A converted wife who despaired of her husband was always very kind to him, for she said, “I fear that this is the only world in which he will be happy, and therefore I have made up my mind to make him as happy as I can in it.” Christians must seek their delights in a higher sphere than the insipid frivolities or sinful enjoyments of the world.
Vain pursuits are dangerous to renewed souls. We have heard of a philosopher who, while he looked up to the stars, fell into a pit; but how deeply do they fall who look down. Their fall is fatal. No Christian is safe when his soul is slothful, and his God is far from him. Every Christian is always safe as to the great matter of his standing in Christ, but he is not safe as regards his experience in holiness, and communion with Jesus in this life. Satan does not often attack a Christian who is living near to God.
It is when the Christian departs from his God, becomes spiritually starved, and endeavours to feed on vanities, that the devil discovers his vantage hour. He may sometimes stand foot to foot with the child of God who is active in his Master’s service, but the battle is generally short: he who slips as he goes down into the Valley of Humiliation, every time he takes a false step invites Apollyon to assail him.
O for grace to walk humbly with our God!
Beloved, may we receive grace to walk diligently and wisely before God. May vanity be far from you in Jesus Name.
Father answer us as we pray unto Thee in Jesus Name. Open the treasuries of heaven and pour down blessings on us.
Remain blessed in the Lord.