Glory, honour, power and majesty be unto God most high! Alleluia! Glory, honour, power and majesty be unto God most high! Alleluia! // I will lift up my voice, I will gladly sing not for You have done but for Who you are! You are the song that I sing, melody in my voice, the reason I sing is to Praise You Lord! He reign! Jesus reign!! He reign forever more (forever more)!!!
Our Father we thank You we Praise Your Holy Name! We adore Thee, we give You Praise. Thank You everlasting King of glory! Alleluia to Your Holy Name! Who is like unto Thee! there is none like Thee! There is none to be compared with Thee! Thank You for the gift of another day to worship and Praise You with the Twenty-Four elders in heaven. Thank You for answers to prayers, thank You for the Great and Mighty/Fortified things which only You can reveal. Thank You for grace that will take us from the lowly place to sit with princess.
Our Father we bow in adoration and worship You. Glory alleluia in Jesus Name!!!
You are the Lord that changeth not! You are the Lord that changeth not! You are the Lord that changeth not! You are the Lord that changeth not!
Beloveth indeed our God changeth not, from everlasting to everlasting He remaineth the same. His Word is Yea and Amen! His Faithful even when we are failing. His love has no end because that is His very nature and the Essence of His Being. Glory be to His Name forever and ever in Jesus Name!
And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the Holy Ghost which is given unto us. (Rom 5:5).
Yes! Our hope in Christ maketh not ashamed beloveth, if not for the love of God (Jn 3:16) beloveth, if in this life only we have hope in Christ, we are of all men most miserable (1 Cor 15:19). Glory be to Jesus whose death bought an eternal place for us in heaven, glory be to Jesus!
Beloveth, God’s love gain security for us, in yesterday ministration, we discovered how loved we are in God our Father, today we will also discover how secured we in Him as we also discover later in the topic we are considering for today.
Beloveth as sons and daughters of God, we have a security that the world can only yearn for. The most powerful force in the universe is our Father, our Friend, and our Defender. When we lost sight of that truth, we confuse ourselves.
If you’ve ever read the Old Testament stories about the Israelites’ journey from Egypt to the Promised Land, you have probably rolled your eyes at how dumb those people were. They had front- row seat as God sent one creative plague after another to the Egyptians. But despite seeing God’s awesome power and protection firsthand, the Israelites never really trusted Him.
Time after time, when danger threatened them or life didn’t go the way they wanted, they assumed God had abandoned them. Reading the stories, it is easy to shake our heads at their lack of trust, but then we find ourselves behaving in a similar way.
Student loan debt, a bad Job market, health problems, or any of a thousand other obstacles defy us, and we quickly find out just how much like the Israelites we really are. And while we might be embarrassed by how weak our trust in God proves to be when it’s our own life on the line, these experiences are helping us learn to live in the security and confidence that are our birthright.
If you have struggled to trust God, we have some good news. God isn’t nearly as offended by your humanness as you might think. You are not an intern in a company by by God, trying to prove your worth so you can get a permanent position. You are a child, with a position in the family that cannot be taken from you
Yes, you have a part to play in God’s plan, and that part will require courage. Yes, God’s desire for you is to live in security and confidence rather than fear. But that lesson is one learned over time by facing trials and seeing God’s continued faithfulness.
Our security is not found in our ability to control our lives. it is found in God Himself. Your current failures, immaturity, weakness, or fears don’t cause your Father to run from you. He isn’t ashamed of you, even if you are ashamed of yourself. He’s deeply and irrevocably in love with you, He is committed to helping you grow in security.
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“He shall not be afraid of evil tidings.” Psalm 112:7
Christian, you ought not to dread the arrival of evil tidings; because if you are distressed by them, what do you more than other men? Other men have not your God to fly to; they have never proved His faithfulness as you have done, and it is no wonder if they are bowed down with alarm and cowed with fear: but you profess to be of another spirit; you have been begotten again unto a lively hope, and your heart lives in heaven and not on earthly things; now, if you are seen to be distracted as other men, what is the value of that grace which you profess to have received? Where is the dignity of that new nature which you claim to possess?
Again, if you should be filled with alarm, as others are, you would, doubtless, be led into the sins so common to others under trying circumstances. The ungodly, when they are overtaken by evil tidings, rebel against God; they murmur, and think that God deals hardly with them. Will you fall into that same sin? Will you provoke the Lord as they do?
Moreover, unconverted men often run to wrong means in order to escape from difficulties, and you will be sure to do the same if your mind yields to the present pressure. Trust in the Lord, and wait patiently for Him. Your wisest course is to do as Moses did at the Red Sea, “Stand still and see the salvation of God.” For if you give way to fear when you hear of evil tidings, you will be unable to meet the trouble with that calm composure which nerves for duty, and sustains under adversity.
How can you glorify God if you play the coward? Saints have often sung God’s high praises in the fires, but will your doubting and desponding, as if you had none to help you, magnify the Most High?
Then take courage, and relying in sure confidence upon the faithfulness of your covenant God, “let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid.”
Beloveth in the place of evil tiding we want you to declare “I am secure, so I live from a place of peace…. Alleluia!!!!
Read the following Rom 8:31, Phil 1:6, Heb 13:5, 1Pet.1:5, Ps 119:105, May God give us understanding into His Word in Jesus Name and may our faith leap in Jesus Name !!!
We hope you are blessed; be a blessing to others other by encouraging them too through introducing this website to as many as you think we need to be encourage. Let us care for one other by pointing them to the Living Word of God that guar rents security. Alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord.