Thank You Lord; thank You Lord, all I have say is Thank You, Lord. Father, we thank You for the month of June. The Lord is so good to us. Thank You for Your mercies endureth forever, we worship You Lord, Alleluia!
The Lord shall make glad His people and them that calleth the Name of the Lord will not labour in vain. Wonderful Messiah. How great is Your Name. revive Thy works O Lord in the midst of the year.
Beloved, whoop! The month of June is giving way today, are you happy? Are you glad? Are you joyous? Thank God for God. Thank God for His Faithfulness.
Sometime I marvel at whom God real is. He is kind, patient and caring. His kindness has no bound; His love so pure, as the dews of heaven. O! Our Jesus is our peace.
He is still working and praying for us. Beloved, we were save to help save others. That is why the bible said that he that winneth a soul is wise. The value of one soul to God worth’s more than this whole world put together.
Our commitment to God must be total, no partial obedience. For partial obedience brethren as discussed on last Wednesday brought Lot to his ruin and we must not fall in the same error.
Pray along with me, Lord, save me from every error that will destroy your plan and purpose in my life.
Come as we discover more on the finished work of Calvary:
“He shall build the temple of the Lord; and He shall bear the glory.” Zechariah 6:13
Christ Himself is the builder of His spiritual temple, and He has built it on the mountains of His unchangeable affection, His omnipotent grace, and His infallible truthfulness. But as it was in Solomon’s temple, so in this; the materials need making ready. There are the “Cedars of Lebanon,” but they are not framed for the building; they are not cut down, and shaped, and made into those planks of cedar, whose odoriferous beauty shall make glad the courts of the Lord’s house in Paradise.
There are also the rough stones still in the quarry, they must be hewn thence, and squared. All this is Christ’s own work. Each individual believer is being prepared, and polished, and made ready for his place in the temple; but Christ’s own hand performs the preparation-work. Afflictions cannot sanctify, excepting as they are used by Him to this end. Our prayers and efforts cannot make us ready for heaven, apart from the hand of Jesus, who fashioneth our hearts aright.
As in the building of Solomon’s temple, “there was neither hammer, nor axe, nor any tool of iron, heard in the house,” because all was brought perfectly ready for the exact spot it was to occupy—so is it with the temple which Jesus builds; the making ready is all done on earth. When we reach heaven, there will be no sanctifying us there, no squaring us with affliction, no planing us with suffering.
No, we must be made meet here—all that Christ will do beforehand; and when He has done it, we shall be ferried by a loving hand across the stream of death, and brought to the heavenly Jerusalem, to abide as eternal pillars in the temple of our Lord.
“Beneath His eye and care,
The edifice shall rise,
Majestic, strong, and fair,
And shine above the skies.”
Beloved, are you have an eye for Joy Unlimited? Are you committed in serving God to the extend of losing everything notwithstanding. In your work with God, until you come to this point you have not started. Why some one just asked, because the Lord searcheth the heart of men (Ps 7:9) and can make demand from you and you must obey.
Remember partial obedience is not allow in God’s kingdom. Remember you Abraham, remember the demand on his life? Did he obeyed God? Yes, He did. Is God hungry or thirsty? No! for a the cattles upon a thousand hills belongs to Him. In this service, we must be willing to give up anything for the sake of the gospel and calling upon our life.
If you love your life so much you will lose it but if you lie it down, on the last day you will pick it up again. More from the message:
“That those things which cannot be shaken may remain.” Hebrews 12:27
We have many things in our possession at the present moment which can be shaken, and it ill becomes a Christian man to set much store by them, for there is nothing stable beneath these rolling skies; change is written upon all things. Yet, we have certain “things which cannot be shaken,” and I invite you this day to think of them, that if the things which can be shaken should all be taken away, you may derive real comfort from the things that cannot be shaken, which will remain.
Whatever your losses have been, or may be, you enjoy present salvation. You are standing at the foot of His cross, trusting alone in the merit of Jesus’ precious blood, and no rise or fall of the markets can interfere with your salvation in Him; no breaking of banks, no failures and bankruptcies can touch that. Then you are a child of God this day.
God is your Father. No change of circumstances can ever rob you of that. Although by losses brought to poverty, and stripped bare, you can say, “He is my Father still. In my Father’s house are many mansions; therefore will I not be troubled.” You have another permanent blessing, namely, the love of Jesus Christ. He who is God and Man loves you with all the strength of His affectionate nature—nothing can affect that. The fig tree may not blossom, and the flocks may cease from the field, it matters not to the man who can sing, “My Beloved is mine, and I am His.” Our best portion and richest heritage we cannot lose.
Whatever troubles come, let us play the man; let us show that we are not such little children as to be cast down by what may happen in this poor fleeting state of time. Our country is Immanuel’s land, our hope is above the sky, and therefore, calm as the summer’s ocean; we will see the wreck of everything earthborn, and yet rejoice in the God of our salvation.
Are you rejoicing in your heart with me, though the fig tree bud not; God is my still my Father. In him will I rejoice forever more.
See in July beloved, as the Lord liveth, we shall be blessed of Him again in higher dimension I believe. Till then.
Remain blessed in the Lord.