Heavenly Lord Your Name is powerful, Your Name is Excellent Your Name is beautiful! We worship Lord for Your are mighty, You got the whole world in Your Hands! You got the whole world in Your Hands, You got the whole world in Your Hands. You got the whole world in Your Hands You got the Whole world in Your hands// Great is Your faithfulness! Great is Your faithfulness, morning by morning new mercies I see! All that I needed that Hand have provided, great is Thy faithfulness Lord unto Thee!
Father we Praise and glorify Your Holy Name for Who You are! You are beautiful in all situation. Great are You Lord! Your are worthy and beautify in all situation! Be Thou exalted in the Name of Jesus! Thank You for the gift of another beautiful day You have made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Thank You and thank You and thank You forever in Jesus Name!
Beloved, good morning, how are doing today? Hope you are rejoicing? You have to rejoice and be glad because it is a commandment. Not as easy as it is said. Why, because it is difficult when things are no longer rosy for you, especially if things were working for you and all of a sudden things go weariful and you can’t see help from where you standing, is very easy for despondency and weariness will set in.
Sincerely anybody can sing when things are going on fine, friends folks around and family too but not so in night season when things are not going as planned.
Beloveth this season is inevitable even when you are following and serving God willing, if is not for any other thing your faith must be tried and refine to make you stand firm in Whom you believe.
Incidental, God is not surprised by our trials and our pains. We live in a broken world, marred by sin. But in the midst of the pain, God does not abandon us. in fact He uses that pain to develop perseverance and make us mature believers.
While pain and suffering are essential ingredients to growth and maturity in our faith, we should be careful to avoid boiling Christianity down to suffering existence. Instead of interpreting our faith through the lens of suffering, we are encourage to look at our suffering through the lens of faith (Jas 1:2-4)
When we experience hardship, and see the brokenness of our world’s systems, we are encourage to consider it joy. As citizens of God’s kingdom, these things should serve as reminders our hope is beyond fulfillment in this world – our hope is in Christ! This hope made fully mature in us has the power to change the world.
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“Grow up into Him in all things.” Ephesians 4:15
Many Christians remain stunted and dwarfed in spiritual things, so as to present the same appearance year after year. No up-springing of advanced and refined feeling is manifest in them. They exist but do not “grow up into Him in all things.” But should we rest content with being in the “green blade,” when we might advance to “the ear,” and eventually ripen into the “full corn in the ear?”
Should we be satisfied to believe in Christ, and to say, “I am safe,” without wishing to know in our own experience more of the fulness which is to be found in Him. It should not be so; we should, as good traders in heaven’s market, covet to be enriched in the knowledge of Jesus. It is all very well to keep other men’s vineyards, but we must not neglect our own spiritual growth and ripening. Why should it always be winter time in our hearts?
We must have our seed time, it is true, but O for a spring time—yea, a summer season, which shall give promise of an early harvest. If we would ripen in grace, we must live near to Jesus—in His presence—ripened by the sunshine of His smiles. We must hold sweet communion with Him. We must leave the distant view of His face and come near, as John did, and pillow our head on His breast; then shall we find ourselves advancing in holiness, in love, in faith, in hope—yea, in every precious gift.
As the sun rises first on mountain-tops and gilds them with his light, and presents one of the most charming sights to the eye of the traveller; so is it one of the most delightful contemplations in the world to mark the glow of the Spirit’s light on the head of some saint, who has risen up in spiritual stature, like Saul, above his fellows, till, like a mighty Alp, snow-capped, he reflects first among the chosen, the beams of the Sun of Righteousness, and bears the sheen of His effulgence high aloft for all to see, and seeing it, to glorify His Father which is in heaven.
Beloveth, we do not despair without hope. Our prayer all the time is – God, use all of my pain and all of my hurt and restore me. Remind me to look at my trials through the lens of my faith in You (2 Cor 3-10).
Alleluia to Your Name Father in Jesus Name Amen! Amen!! Amen!!!
Remain ever blessed in the Lord!