Who is like unto Thee O! Lord! Who is like unto Thee O! Lord! Among the gods who is like Thee You are glorious in holiness fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia! Let the living water flow over my sides like the Holy Spirit come and take control of every situation that troubles my heart all my care and burden unto Thee I come. Jesus, Jesus Jesus Jesus! Calling Father Father, Father, Father. Calling Spirit, Spirit, Holy Spirit of God, Spirit.

Glorious Father we Praise Your Holy Name! Let Your Name be glorify for a beautiful day You have made and said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Thank You Father for Your love that is unlimited in our lives. Great are You Lord, You are greatly to be Praise.

Beloveth our God is God all the time. His mercies enduerth forever. So how are today? Hope you are keep faith alive? Yes many things are bound upset your Christian race but glory be to God because we are overcomers and by the grace of God will overcome satan and his cohorts, yes we will overcome in Jesus Name.

Our Father lovingkindness will help us and make it easy for us in Jesus Name. Our today’s topic is a call of perseverance in Christ Jesus. Beloveth there will offense but woe to him through whose offences will come from. Jesus is our Rock, the stone which the builder rejected same is made the Chief corner stone. Alleluia somebody!

Don’t let the cares and temptations of this world, take your eyes away from God nor shift your gaze from Him. He told us to be courageous, He promise to be with us always.

Gideon’s story is such that should encourage us, “God says what He mean and He mean what He says.” He called Gideon –mighty warrior and Gideon indeed became one. He tasted God and saw how beautiful it is to trust Him.

When we first met Gideon, he was cowering in fear of the Midianites. he viewed himself as a nobody. A loser. The young from the weakest of all the Israelite clans. And his life was driven by fear but towards the end of Gideon’s story, we saw him leading a band of 300 men taking on an  army of so many of the Midianites and their allies that they can’t even be counted. He is no longer running away in fear, but rather he is running right into what is a truly dangerous situation.. from human point of view.

What is the difference? What changed? We find out in verse 15 “And it was so, when Gideon heard the telling of the dream, and the interpretation thereof, that he worshipped; and he returned into the camp of Israel, and said, Arise; for Jehovah hath delivered into your hand the host of Midian.

When we first met Gideon, he was arguing with God. now he is worshipping. At the outset He knew better than God. Now he knows that God knows better. At the start he was angry and full of fear. Now his life is defined by an unstoppable faith.

Worship says it all.

Gideon is finally able to give God the place in his life that God deserves. His Lord, fully trustworthy, worth of all Praise, worthy of all trust

Worship is not an emotional act. It is giving God the place in your life He deserves. Fully and completely recognizing Him for who is … and bowing in complete submission to Him. Because He alone is worthy. He alone can be fully trusted

Are you there?

Did you see how God sees you? See you for who you are? How He understands your fear, even though it is misplaced? How He is patient with your fear and doubt, especially since He knows your situation might not make sense to you?

Like Gideon, God has a purpose for your life. And that purpose includes living a life without fear. Bow in worship. Let God know you don’t fully understand, but you do trust Him. Replace your fear today with faith. If you do, He will give you a life without fear.

Yep, from 32,000 down to 300 soldiers to win the battle against the Midian but not until He got Gideon’s confident to rest on Him alone.

From thirty- two soldiers to three hundred soldiers God won the battles that was describe in the Bible as thick locust. In other words, innumerable. When Gideon surveyed the forces of his enemy, they were spread out as far as he could see.

Beloveth God can see do it today if you let Him. and having tested that the Lord is gracious, don’t go back to evil ways.

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“If so be ye have tasted that the Lord is gracious.” 1 Peter 2:3

If:—then, this is not a matter to be taken for granted concerning every one of the human race. “If:”—then there is a possibility and a probability that some may not have tasted that the Lord is gracious. “If:”—then this is not a general but a special mercy; and it is needful to enquire whether we know the grace of God by inward experience. There is no spiritual favour which may not be a matter for heart-searching.

But while this should be a matter of earnest and prayerful inquiry, no one ought to be content whilst there is any such thing as an “if” about his having tasted that the Lord is gracious. A jealous and holy distrust of self may give rise to the question even in the believer’s heart, but the continuance of such a doubt would be an evil indeed.

We must not rest without a desperate struggle to clasp the Saviour in the arms of faith, and say, “I know whom I have believed, and I am persuaded that he is able to keep that which I have committed unto him.” Do not rest, O believer, till thou hast a full assurance of thine interest in Jesus. Let nothing satisfy thee till, by the infallible witness of the Holy Spirit bearing witness with thy spirit, thou art certified that thou art a child of God.

Oh, trifle not here; let no “perhaps” and “peradventure” and “if” and “maybe” satisfy thy soul. Build on eternal verities, and verily build upon them. Get the sure mercies of David, and surely get them. Let thine anchor be cast into that which is within the veil, and see to it that thy soul be linked to the anchor by a cable that will not break.

 Advance beyond these dreary “ifs;” abide no more in the wilderness of doubts and fears; cross the Jordan of distrust, and enter the Canaan of peace, where the Canaanite still lingers, but where the land ceaseth not to flow with milk and honey.

Beloveth, the story of Gideon was brought forth to help us see God’s faithfulness. We need fear the huge army that besieged us we are to only the Lord who is able to dislodge the army and give us victory and rejoicing.

Beloved whatsoever that be holding you siege know that the God you profess is more than able to deliver and to make whole. Hold on to Him having tasted His goodness.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.