Come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord is good. There is nothing He cannot do, come and see the Lord is good. // everybody testify You are good, You are good Jehovah, You are so good, everybody testify You are good, You are good Jehovah, You are good 2x.
Yes! Lord everybody is testing that You are so good, I am testifying Your goodness in my life, my family, my career and my ministry. You have been so good to me! Great are You Lord! You are greatly to be praise. Let the Living praising the Lord! Let the living praise the Lord.
Father, we are most grateful for the Your work in the lives of Your children, saving us from eternal destruction, glory be to you on high. We bow before the Throne to worship our God, we lift up the Name of Jesus above every other Name. The One who is fit to open the seal, glory be to You on high. Thank You for overcoming satan, death and hell. we bow down and worship You. Ancient of Days we adore You, we lift You Up on high, we Praise Your Holy Name.
Arise again and walk through our life and situation, let Your Name alone will be glorify in Jesus Name.
Beloved, hope you enjoyed this bright week, it was a good and glorious week for me and I bless the Name of the Lord. Am yet to recover from the promise made by my God to us as a ministry Wow! Shout alleluia to King of kings, and the Lord of lords, let everything that has breathe Praise the Lord.
At last Jesus has broken the gate of brass and cut asunder the bars of iron. Yes he overcame for us and we are free and made whole. He said that every good thing dead in us, stolen from us by satan and his cohorts are coming back to life; is returning back to us through that power that raised Christ dead is here to quicken our mortal bodies and bring back our glory lost to satan and sin. Glory be to God on high.
Beloved, our Lord Jesus “having spoiled principalities and power, he made a shew of them open, triumphing over them in it.” Col 2:15.
I am thank you for Who You are, what You have done in my life. I am thanking You Lord for Who You are, Dan Sarkiri Baba.// Praising the Lord O my soul, this is the day He has made, alleluia, alleluia, Praise the Lord my God.
Yes Jesus defeated satan by his death on the cross which was scheme and executed by satan himself. Satan has power to defect powerless Christless people but our God has the power to defeat satan and when we tap into that power we defeat defeat. Praise God!
By His death on the cross – Jesus stripped the devil and His agent of power to condemn and kill human race. Jesus by His death outlawed the law by blotting it out, taken out of the way, nailed to the cross. Satan has lost his power to defect believers by accusing then through the law.
Jesus spoke peace to His disciple by overcoming the world. This means no more tribulations.
So dearly beloved, do not be despair, all we need to do is to tap into the victory that Christ has won for us on the cross and it will be well with us.
God is our Father and will continue to watch over us and defend us from all assaults and onslaught of the powers of darkness Praise the Lord! Ps 118:10-17.
Join me dearly beloved as we discover the assurance in the Name of God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy.
He who has started this good works in our lives we perfect all that concerns us in the Name of Jesus. Arise you valiant solider and fight onward. For your sorrow is turning to joy in Jesus Name,
Hope you know that you are in PCL classes, a clap offering unto the Lord who has done so wondrously to us:
“In thee the fatherless findeth mercy.” Hos. 14:3
This is an excellent reason for casting away all other confidences and relying upon the Lord alone. When a child is left without its natural protector, our God steps in and becomes his guardian: so also when a man has lost every object of dependence, he may cast himself upon the living God and find in Him all that he needs.
Orphans are cast upon the fatherhood of God, and He provides for them. The writer of these pages knows what it is to hang on the bare arm of God, and he bears his willing witness that no trust is so well warranted by facts, or so sure to be rewarded by results, as trust in the invisible but ever living God.
Some children who have fathers are not much the better off because of them, but the fatherless with God are rich. Better have God and no other friend than all the patrons on the earth and no God. To be bereaved of the creature is painful, but so long as the Lord remains the fountain of mercy to us, we are not truly orphaned.
Let fatherless children plead the gracious word for this morning, and let all who have been bereaved of visible support do the same. Lord, let me find mercy in thee! The more needy and helpless I am, the more confidently do I appeal to thy loving heart.
Let the living Praise the Lord; let the living Praise the Lord. Alleluia some body!!!!!!!!!!!! Yes, when you will know who you are in Christ Jesus, you will remain unshakable in the face of storms. You will learn to be content because you know the truth that the “life of a man is not consist in the abundance of his possessions.”(Lk 12:15) Praise the Lord! More discovery:
“I have learned, in whatever state I am, therewith to be content.” Philippians 4:11
These words show us that contentment is not a natural propensity of man. “Ill weeds grow apace.” Covetousness, discontent, and murmuring are as natural to man as thorns are to the soil. We need not sow thistles and brambles; they come up naturally enough, because they are indigenous to earth: and so, we need not teach men to complain; they complain fast enough without any education.
But the precious things of the earth must be cultivated. If we would have wheat, we must plough and sow; if we want flowers, there must be the garden, and all the gardener’s care.
Now, contentment is one of the flowers of heaven, and if we would have it, it must be cultivated; it will not grow in us by nature; it is the new nature alone that can produce it, and even then we must be specially careful and watchful that we maintain and cultivate the grace which God has sown in us.
Paul says, “I have learned… to be content;” as much as to say, he did not know how at one time. It cost him some pains to attain to the mystery of that great truth. No doubt he sometimes thought he had learned, and then broke down. And when at last he had attained unto it, and could say, “I have learned in whatsoever state I am, therewith to be content,” he was an old, grey-headed man, upon the borders of the grave—a poor prisoner shut up in Nero’s dungeon at Rome.
We might well be willing to endure Paul’s infirmities, and share the cold dungeon with him, if we too might by any means attain unto his good degree. Do not indulge the notion that you can be contented with learning, or learn without discipline. It is not a power that may be exercised naturally, but a science to be acquired gradually.
We know this from experience. Brother, hush that murmur, natural though it be, and continue a diligent pupil in the College of Content.
Yes! Contentment is the Word. May God help us to discover our right in Christ and enter into the promise that has we been made to us.
A beautiful session we have just now. Thanks be to God on high.
Have a pleasant weekend, see you next week by the God’s grace.
Remain ever blessed in the Lord.
Evang. Ifeoma Ohondu