Come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord is good, there is nothing He cannot do come and see the Lord is good 2x// you are Mighty God, the great I am alleluia, alleluia, You are a mighty God, The Great I AM, alleluia, alleluia 2x.
Eternal Rocks of Ages, we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name. Thank You for answers to prayers, thank You for diverse miracle your children are receiving from You, indeed You are Great, You are Mighty. All power belongs to You alone Who is worthy of our Praise. Great are works among men! Through the mouths of babe come this today, he said “ mum do you know God answers prayers, I got interested, he said before I lay down, I prayed to God to take away this cough from me, and now mum, I am not coughing again”
If a mouth of a babe should confess of your goodness, how much can we but shout of your goodness in our lives, glory be to you Lord for answers to prayers. thank You and thank You again and again.
Beloved, truly God answers to prayer. The testimony above is from my baby today, and I opened my mouth and was looking at him, not because I am doubting the miracles of God but it was coming from a yound lad though young, he understands the workings of God and what miracle is also. I simple Praise God with him and told him that he should be doing more of it. Praise God.
I welcome you to our faith clinic session. By the grace of God we will be seeing God in action though lines of this ministration and someone will be thoroughly blessed. Praise God.
Faith we know is opposite of fear. Fear hold captive while faith liberate. Faith gives hope while fear create despair. Faith stand up while fear makes you crawl. Faith put splint on your feet and wings on your arm while fear weakens your limbs. Faith is the light in the darkness while fear makes you gloom even in daylight.
Beloved, the Word of God says “without faith it is impossible to please God….” it means therefore we can only walk with God with faith glowing.
How do we ensure that we make our faith glowing in spite of challenges. We must repent of every sin known or unknown. We must confess to God to help us because we are helpless without Him, we must read, mediate and confess the Word daily as we confront our challenges.
You know what I have added more to the above I shared with you. I have added songs to confront my challenges, so as the arrow of the enemies are presenting impossibilities to me like the children of Israelites and King Jehoshaphat, I sing praises to God, call it “adoration.”
Yes in the midst of it all, I keep reminding God His Word that never fails. I keep reminding God of those He did it for in the past. Beloved and it works, my mind moves of the challenges before me and cast on the Mightiness of God and victory is won. Praise God.
I tell you that today is going to be great. The Word of God is powerful. Is living and active. Is sharper than two-edged sword and piercing even to the diving of soul and Spirit, of both joints and marrow, and quick to the discern the thoughts and intents of the heart.
Yes when the Word does it work in the heart of a believer his faith comes alive. Praise God.
Beloved you are not leaving the way you were before you open this page. The power of God will renew you and do that which you desires of Him in your life and situations in Jesus Name.
The truth of God’s miracles is that it is by works of righteousness but by His mercy we are save through the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit (Tit 3:5)
We must be conscious that a man does not get righteousness by works of law but through the faith in Jesus, so that we might get the righteousness by faith in Christ and not by works of law: because by the works of the law will no flesh get righteousness (Gal 2:16). Somebody Praise the Lord.
Beloved, is not you and I but about Christ. So whatever you are trusting God for, do it in the Name of our Lord Jesus and is done. Jesus have justify us but on your acceptance, beloved base on your faith. Can I hear a believing Amen!!!!!!!!!!
Are willing to accept the salvation already gotten on the cross for you. Your healing has been secure on the cross. Your breakthroughs in every area of your life has been secured by the Blood of Jesus. Beloved do you believe that?
Let discovery more below:
“Just, and the justifier of him which believeth.” Romans 3:26
Being justified by faith, we have peace with God. Conscience accuses no longer. Judgment now decides for the sinner instead of against him. Memory looks back upon past sins, with deep sorrow for the sin, but yet with no dread of any penalty to come; for Christ has paid the debt of His people to the last jot and tittle, and received the divine receipt; and unless God can be so unjust as to demand double payment for one debt, no soul for whom Jesus died as a substitute can ever be cast into hell.
It seems to be one of the very principles of our enlightened nature to believe that God is just; we feel that it must be so, and this gives us our terror at first; but is it not marvellous that this very same belief that God is just, becomes afterwards the pillar of our confidence and peace! If God be just, I, a sinner, alone and without a substitute, must be punished; but Jesus stands in my stead and is punished for me; and now, if God be just, I, a sinner, standing in Christ, can never be punished. God must change His nature before one soul, for whom Jesus was a substitute, can ever by any possibility suffer the lash of the law.
Therefore, Jesus having taken the place of the believer—having rendered a full equivalent to divine wrath for all that His people ought to have suffered as the result of sin, the believer can shout with glorious triumph, “Who shall lay anything to the charge of God’s elect?” Not God, for He hath justified; not Christ, for He hath died, “yea rather hath risen again.”
My hope lives not because I am not a sinner, but because I am a sinner for whom Christ died; my trust is not that I am holy, but that being unholy, He is my righteousness. My faith rests not upon what I am, or shall be, or feel, or know, but in what Christ is, in what He has done, and in what He is now doing for me. On the lion of justice the fair maid of hope rides like a queen.
I am clapping unto the Lord, clapping alleluia, I am dancing unto the Lord, dancing alleluia. Is someone sing along with me? Faith is your believe. Jesus told the man that wants healing for his son that everything possible to him that believeth. Do you believe? Let’s keep going:
“Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe.” Mark 9:23
A certain man had a demoniac son, who was afflicted with a dumb spirit. The father, having seen the futility of the endeavours of the disciples to heal his child, had little or no faith in Christ, and therefore, when he was bidden to bring his son to Him, he said to Jesus, “If Thou cast do anything, have compassion on us, and help us.”
Now there was an “if” in the question, but the poor trembling father had put the “if” in the wrong place: Jesus Christ, therefore, without commanding him to retract the “if,” kindly puts it in its legitimate position. “Nay, verily,” He seemed to say, “there should be no ‘if’ about My power, nor concerning My willingness, the ‘if’ lies somewhere else.” “If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth.”
The man’s trust was strengthened, he offered a humble prayer for an increase of faith, and instantly Jesus spoke the word, and the devil was cast out, with an injunction never to return. There is a lesson here which we need to learn. We, like this man, often see that there is an “if” somewhere, but we are perpetually blundering by putting it in the wrong place. “If” Jesus can help me—”if” He can give me grace to overcome temptation—”if” He can give me pardon—”if” He can make me successful? Nay, “if” you can believe, He both can and will. You have misplaced your “if.” If you can confidently trust, even as all things are possible to Christ, so shall all things be possible to you.
Faith standeth in God’s power, and is robed in God’s majesty; it weareth the royal apparel, and rideth on the King’s horse, for it is the grace which the King delighteth to honour. Girding itself with the glorious might of the all-working Spirit, it becomes, in the omnipotence of God, mighty to do, to dare, and to suffer. All things, without limit, are possible to him that believeth.
My soul, canst thou believe thy Lord to-night?
Yes my faith stand on Jesus today to whom nothing is impossible. The mouth of babe confess the healing balm in Gilead. He is still the same yesterday, today and forever.
Beloved the hope of the righteousness shall be gladness (Prov 10:28)
Remain bless in the Lord.