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Everlasting Father, thank You, Immortal Redeemer, thank You. Eternal Rock of Ages, we thank You we bless Your Holy Name blessed be Your Name forever. Let the heaven and earth rejoice and be glad before Your presence O Lord! What more can we say that is befitting to all knowing God, Who is ever loving, Whose Kindness run from the beginning of the earth and to the end. Blessed be Thy Name forever and ever.
Beloved, come let us bow before the King of kings and Lord of lords. He is ever loving and ever caring God. There is none like our God. It is good to Praise the Lord Who changeth not. His Name is God Almighty. In mercy He gave us Jesus to redeem us from everlasting damnation to live everlasting. This same Jesus raise from dead, overcoming power of death and hell and taking the keys and now sitted at the right hand of His Father our Lord Jesus Christ.
The prophet prophesied about the birth of Jesus in the Old Testament like some other who also prophesied said that “He shall stand and feed in the strength of the Lord.” Every prophesy concerning Jesus always speaks of His power and His reign, even at this present time is still the same. It has not change.
Our Lord Jesus shall stand and do all that need to be done for us he will not slack on this promise. Right from the foundation of earth the Lord has ordained it to be (Heb 1:10).
Talking about it being concluded from the foundation of earth. It is a pointer that our God will not fail us. It also means that He is forever Faithful, ever dependable as He will watch over His Word to bring it to past (Jer 1:12).
Beloved, what are those promises that the Lord has promised you, what are those things that you are trusting Him to bring to past in your life. Our God is saying to you that He has done it from the foundation of the earth. He is also saying to you that if He has made any promise to you, He will also watch over it to perform it.
If you having this understanding then come along with me for more discovery:
“He shall stand and feed in the strength of the Lord.” Micah 5:4
Christ’s reign in His Church is that of a shepherd-king. He has supremacy, but it is the superiority of a wise and tender shepherd over his needy and loving flock; He commands and receives obedience, but it is the willing obedience of the well-cared-for sheep, rendered joyfully to their beloved Shepherd, whose voice they know so well. He rules by the force of love and the energy of goodness.
His reign is practical in its character. It is said, “He shall stand and feed.” The great Head of the Church is actively engaged in providing for His people. He does not sit down upon the throne in empty state, or hold a sceptre without wielding it in government. No, He stands and feeds. The expression “feed,” in the original, is like an analogous one in the Greek, which means to shepherdize, to do everything expected of a shepherd: to guide, to watch, to preserve, to restore, to tend, as well as to feed.
His reign is continual in its duration. It is said, “He shall stand and feed”; not “He shall feed now and then, and leave His position”; not, “He shall one day grant a revival, and then next day leave His Church to barrenness.” His eyes never slumber, and His hands never rest; His heart never ceases to beat with love, and His shoulders are never weary of carrying His people’s burdens.
His reign is effectually powerful in its action; “He shall feed in the strength of Jehovah.” Wherever Christ is, there is God; and whatever Christ does is the act of the Most High. Oh! it is a joyful truth to consider that He who stands today representing the interests of His people is very God of very God, to whom every knee shall bow.
Happy are we who belong to such a shepherd, whose humanity communes with us, and whose divinity protects us. Let us worship and bow down before Him as the people of His pasture.
Beloveth, we indeed blessed as Jesus both deal with kindly in whichever way you want identify with Him. in his Human form as the Son of man or in divinity as the son of God. Praise the Lord. Someone is in for a divine encounter. In the strength of the Lord, he will pull you from the net which has been laid for you. Those horrible situation that you are asking when will the end come?
Do you still remember what the theme for the month said? “Divine fulfillment.” You will see Jesus working out your salvation. Those hidden nets, holes dug by the enemies for you will be expose as the strength of the Lord will do it. Let’s get going:
“Pull me out of the net that they have laid privily for me: for Thou art my strength.” Psalm 31:4
Our spiritual foes are of the serpent’s brood, and it seek to ensnare us by subtlety. The prayer before us supposes the possibility of the believer being caught like a bird. So deftly does the fowler do his work, that simple ones are soon surrounded by the net. The text asks that even out of Satan’s meshes the captive one may be delivered; this is a proper petition, and one which can be granted: from between the jaws of the lion, and out of the belly of hell, can eternal love rescue the saint.
It may need a sharp pull to save a soul from the net of temptations, and a mighty pull to extricate a man from the snares of malicious cunning, but the Lord is equal to every emergency, and the most skilfully placed nets of the hunter shall never be able to hold His chosen ones. Woe unto those who are so clever at net laying; they who tempt others shall be destroyed themselves.
“For Thou art my strength.” What an inexpressible sweetness is to be found in these few words! How joyfully may we encounter toils, and how cheerfully may we endure sufferings, when we can lay hold upon celestial strength.
Divine power will rend asunder all the toils of our enemies, confound their politics, and frustrate their knavish tricks; he is a happy man who has such matchless might engaged upon his side. Our own strength would be of little service when embarrassed in the nets of base cunning, but the Lord’s strength is ever available; we have but to invoke it, and we shall find it near at hand. If by faith we are depending alone upon the strength of the mighty God of Israel, we may use our holy reliance as a plea in supplication.
“Lord, evermore Thy face we seek:
Tempted we are, and poor, and weak;
Keep us with lowly hearts, and meek.
Let us not fall. Let us not fall.”
Beloveth, our God will surely deliver as He had promised us. Great is His faithfulness. In His faithfulness He will bring to past His promises to us.
Beloved thanks be God whose Word faileth not. Glory be to His Name forever and ever.
Father, You have never fail your children, I believe you will not fail us even as we place our trust in you. Glory be to your Name on high. Answer us as we call in Jesus Name.
Let us call on the God whose Word is yea and amen! Praise the Lord. Surely He will hear us and answer us as we pray.
Remain blessed in the Lord.