When I come into Your presence, Lord am happy, when I come into presence, am so glad, in Your presence there is anointing, Your Spirit will surround me, in Your Presence, anointing breaks the yoke. Ooh in Your Presence anointing breaks the yoke.// You are Messiah, (You are Messiah) You are Messiah, (Your are Messiah) You are Messiah, the Rose of the Sharon, You are Messiah, the Bright morning star, You are Messiah, the Lily of the valley, You are Messiah 2x.
O! Lord my God hallow be Thy Name, let Thy kingdom come and Thy will be done on earth, let everything that has breathe Praise the Lord. thank You for the miracle of today, blessed be Thy Name on high, Father we worship You, we adore You, we honour You now and forever more. Holy Holy is Thy Lord God Almighty, Father You are worthy to be Praise, receive Praise forever more. How excellent are You Lord, come down in Your glory and receive our Praise and prayer this day in Jesus Name.
Yes! Lord receive our Praise and prayers when Thou said to us to seek Your face, here we are Lord seeking Thy face, hide it not from us and put not Thy servant away in anger; Thou has been our help; leave not us , neither forsake us not, O God of my salvation (Ps 27:8-9)
Beloved, how are today? Is prayer time, are you ready? Closeness to heaven is better than any gift known to man, so we are going higher, to be closer to our Father, who have answers to all our problems. Never be afraid as our Father knows the way but He wants you ever closer or better still nearer to Him than ever before.
Will you heed to the call ““Come and dine” Said Jesus to you wandering where you will buy a bread to eat and a water to drink, the Lord said to you who is weary “Come and dine.” To the oppressed he said “Come and dine.” Are you fainting in your Spirit, the Lord bid you “Come and dine.” To that fellow who wants thirst quench and hunger satisfy, the Lord bids you “Come and dine.” To the solitary and barren the Lord say to you “Come and dine”
Are you coming to the celebration with Jesus? come and do not delay, for the delay is dangerous, come dearly beloved and be part of Jesus banquet, you will have no regret at all rather you will be full to overflowing, you will be satisfy, You will be honour, the Lord will answer you from Zion and show you His salvation Praise the Lord.
Beloved, do you remember the occasion that led to the invitation in our text of today? Jesus having commissioned His disciple to “Go” and make disciples of all nations, as soon He turned His back, they went back to their trade, they forsake the Lord, the forsake their new assignment “the Great commission.”
Having risen from death and reappeared to them, He invite them again to come partner with Him shortly before His ascension back to His Father. Beloved, today our Lord Jesus is inviting us to partner with Him through prayers, evangelism, good works abounding in grace starting from your Jerusalem. Yes, and as we repent and engage, the yearly theme promise by our Father will be delivered to you effortlessly in Jesus Name.
Remember we are were admonish to preach the Word in season and out of season, however to do that effectively you are invited to first “Come and dine” and you shall be well refresh. May God help us all to seek the Lord and be satisfy in Jesus Name.
Come on for more revelation:
“Jesus saith unto them, Come and dine.” John 21:12
In these words the believer is invited to a holy nearness to Jesus. “Come and dine,” implies the same table, the same meat; ay, and sometimes it means to sit side by side, and lean our head upon the Saviour’s bosom. It is being brought into the banqueting-house, where waves the banner of redeeming love. “Come and dine,” gives us a vision of union with Jesus, because the only food that we can feast upon when we dine with Jesus is Himself.
Oh, what union is this! It is a depth which reason cannot fathom, that we thus feed upon Jesus. “He that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, dwelleth in Me, and I in him.” It is also an invitation to enjoy fellowship with the saints. Christians may differ on a variety of points, but they have all one spiritual appetite; and if we cannot all feel alike, we can all feed alike on the bread of life sent down from heaven.
At the table of fellowship with Jesus we are one bread and one cup. As the loving cup goes round we pledge one another heartily therein. Get nearer to Jesus, and you will find yourself linked more and more in spirit to all who are like yourself, supported by the same heavenly manna. If we were more near to Jesus we should be more near to one another.
We likewise see in these words the source of strength for every Christian. To look at Christ is to live, but for strength to serve Him you must “come and dine.” We labour under much unnecessary weakness on account of neglecting this percept of the Master.
We none of us need to put ourselves on low diet; on the contrary, we should fatten on the marrow and fatness of the gospel that we may accumulate strength therein, and urge every power to its full tension in the Master’s service. Thus, then, if you would realize nearness to Jesus, union with Jesus, love to His people and strength from Jesus, “come and dine” with Him by faith.
“With Thee is the fountain of life.” Psalm 36:9
There are times in our spiritual experience when human counsel or sympathy, or religious ordinances, fail to comfort or help us. Why does our gracious God permit this? Perhaps it is because we have been living too much without Him, and He therefore takes away everything upon which we have been in the habit of depending, that He may drive us to Himself.
It is a blessed thing to live at the fountain head. While our skin- bottles are full, we are content, like Hagar and Ishmael, to go into the wilderness; but when those are dry, nothing will serve us but “Thou God seest me.” We are like the prodigal, we love the swine-troughs and forget our Father’s house.
Remember, we can make swine-troughs and husks even out of the forms of religion; they are blessed things, but we may put them in God’s place, and then they are of no value. Anything becomes an idol when it keeps us away from God: even the brazen serpent is to be despised as “Nehushtan,” if we worship it instead of God.
The prodigal was never safer than when he was driven to his father’s bosom, because he could find sustenance nowhere else. Our Lord favours us with a famine in the land that it may make us seek after Himself the more. The best position for a Christian is living wholly and directly on God’s grace—still abiding where he stood at first—”Having nothing, and yet possessing all things.”
Let us never for a moment think that our standing is in our sanctification, our mortification, our graces, or our feelings, but know that because Christ offered a full atonement, therefore we are saved; for we are complete in Him.
Having nothing of our own to trust to, but resting upon the merits of Jesus—His passion and holy life furnish us with the only sure ground of confidence. Beloved, when we are brought to a thirsting condition, we are sure to turn to the fountain of life with eagerness.
Yes! that fountain in Jesus satisfy us O Lord! we pray in Jesus in Jesus Name. We pray Thee Lord!
Father satisfy us early in Jesus Name.
Let us pray!!!!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord