Thank You for saving me, thank You my Lord. Thank You for saving me, thank You my Lord.// Jesus You are a Wonderful God, Wonderful God You are the Prince of prince, Jesus You are a Wonderful God.
We bless Your Name Lord, we worship You we adore You for who You Are. Blessed Redeemer we thank You for Your everlasting love upon us. We are nothing aside You, Lord. We came before You with utmost humility. Father according to Your Word to us, help us we pray Thee in Jesus Name.
Beloved, are you in for the Lord’s help today? We have a loving Father. Yesterday He promise to strengthen us. Today, He is promising us a “help.“
Beloved, may Lord remember you to help you. The help that comes from man is limited, sometime they forgot or may be limited because they are mortal and they have need like you also. But today, the One Who is promising is not mortal but Immortal, He is not limited but unlimited. He is Almighty. He Name is El-Shaddai. Has He not said it; will He not do it.
He made the earth and the heaven and all that is in it. What is your need that He cannot handle? Beloved let us at this first PCL believe God, Trust in Him, that it is well with our soul and the Lord will you good as this year unfold. Praise God:
“Yea, I will help thee.” Isa. 41:10
Yesterday’s promise secured us strength for what we have to do, but this guarantees us aid in cases where we cannot act alone. The Lord says, “I will help thee.” Strength within is supplemented by help without. God can raise us up allies in our warfare if so it seems good in His sight; and even if He does not send us human assistance, He himself will be at our side, and this is better still. “Our August Ally” is better than legions of mortal helpers.
His help is timely: He is a very present help in time of trouble. His help is very wise: He knows how to give each man help meet and fit for him. His help is most effectual, though vain is the help of man. His help is more than help, for He bears all the burden, and supplies all the need. “The Lord is my helper, I will not fear what man can do unto me.
Because He has already been our help, we feel confidence in Him for the present and the future. Our prayer is, “Lord, be thou my helper”; our experience is, “The Spirit also helpeth our infirmities; our expectation is, “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, whence cometh my help”; and our song soon will be, “Thou, Lord, hast helped me.”
Feeling pressure? Beloved ever think of calling it a quite? Come with me as we discover how to overcome demons, pressure, Satan and whatever that is putting pressure in our life. The Lord has defected it, you just have to acknowledge it and walk in the liberty that has been gotten for you. Praise God.
P-R-E-S-S-U-R-E — Ever Like Calling It Quits
After a while, who needs the pressure? Right?
Certainly that is how we feel!! But from the Scriptures it is clearly God’s intention to make pressure an integral part of the Christian’s experience:
“We (believers) must through much pressure enter into the kingdom of God.” (Acts 14:22)
The good news is that God is committed to walking with us amidst the pressure, offering us:
“The God of all comfort… comforts us in all our pressures so that we may be able to comfort those who are (under)… any pressure with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God… ” (2 Corinthians 1:3, 4)
PEACE AND VICTORY:
“In Me you will have peace. In the world you have pressure , but take courage; I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33)
CHARACTER BUILDING AND AN ETERNAL PERSPECTIVE:
“We exult in our pressures , knowing that pressure brings about perseverance, and perseverance, proven character, and character, hope.” (Romans 5:3, 4)
So don’t let the pressure get you down! Rather, recognize its character-building qualities. Take life a step at a time… knowing that your loving heavenly Father is walking with you all the way!
God knows the best way to get our attention. Therefore let us attribute everything to Satan but as Peter the Apostle wrote and advise us to allow suffering for a while, as it will perfect you, establish, and strengthen, and settle you. Paul also wrote that pressure bring about perseverance in us with proven character and hope that maketh us not ashamed in the God we serve.
Beloved, Ps 119:173 says “Lord, let Thy Hand help me“ and so I declare today unto you let “the Hand of the Lord will help you and grant all your heart desires“ as we kick off this year in Jesus Name.
Ave a wonderful weekend and see you next week by Gods grace
Remain blessed in Lord
Evang. Ifeoma Ohondu