Glory glory alleluia! Glory glory Praise the Lord! Glory glory alleluia! glory glory Praise the Lord!// Glory be to the Lord in the highest alleluia! everybody shout alleluia, alleluia! Shout alleluia! Alleluia! in the highest alleluia! In the highest alleluia!!!
Who has the finally say? Jehovah has the finally say!!! Beloveth Jehovah has the finally say!!! Praise the Living God alleluia!!! Our God is a good God; Praise the Lord! Faithful are You Lord. Thank You for the gift of a new week. Glory alleluia! Great are You Lord! Your faithfulness enduerth forever Lord! How can we thank You enough for Your goodness and kindness towards us your children, we adore Your Holy Name forever and ever Amen!!!
Beloveth, how are doing today? Thank God for a brand new week He has made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it. It has be marvelous since the beginning of this month… Our God is Awesome, doing marvelous things in our lives and situations.
Beloveth its being very challenging nothing good comes easy. This month of goodness satan is fight against our testimonies but who art Thou, o great mountain? before Zerubbabel thou shall become a plain: … beloveth this mountain shall become plain whether the devil likes it or not. God’s goodness must be deliver to us, we will received all that the Lord has promised not will fall short in Jesus Name.
Yes! Thank God is the God’s Word “I will have upon whom I will have mercy and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion” so will the Lord show us mercy and His goodness will rest on us according to His promises to us…
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“For He saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion.” Romans 9:15
In these words the Lord in the plainest manner claims the right to give or to withhold His mercy according to His own sovereign will.
As the prerogative of life and death is vested in the monarch, so the Judge of all the earth has a right to spare or condemn the guilty, as may seem best in His sight.
Men by their sins have forfeited all claim upon God; they deserve to perish for their sins—and if they all do so, they have no ground for complaint. If the Lord steps in to save any, He may do so if the ends of justice are not thwarted; but if He judges it best to leave the condemned to suffer the righteous sentence, none may arraign Him at their bar.
Foolish and impudent are all those discourses about the rights of men to be all placed on the same footing; ignorant, if not worse, are those contentions against discriminating grace, which are but the rebellions of proud human nature against the crown and sceptre of Jehovah.
When we are brought to see our own utter ruin and ill desert, and the justice of the divine verdict against sin, we no longer cavil at the truth that the Lord is not bound to save us; we do not murmur if He chooses to save others, as though He were doing us an injury, but feel that if He deigns to look upon us, it will be His own free act of undeserved goodness, for which we shall for ever bless His name.
How shall those who are the subjects of divine election sufficiently adore the grace of God? They have no room for boasting, for sovereignty most effectually excludes it. The Lord’s will alone is glorified, and the very notion of human merit is cast out to everlasting contempt.
There is no more humbling doctrine in Scripture than that of election, none more promotive of gratitude, and, consequently, none more sanctifying. Believers should not be afraid of it, but adoringly rejoice in it.
Beloveth, it is of God’s mercies that we are not consumed, thank God for the gift of election that brought us to the place of mercy, beloveth is of the Lord’s mercies that brought us to the place of His goodness…. O! Lord show me a token for good, that they who hate me may see it, and be put to shame, because Thou Jehovah has helped me and comforted me….
On this note we declared this week open and by God’s grace we will return with greater testimonies in Jesus Name.
Read Isa 45:23, 1 Thess 5:16
Remain blessed in Jesus Name.