Glory be to God in the highest Amen! Glory be to God in the highest Amen! For His mercies enduerth forever Amen! For His mercies enduerth forever Amen! // I will call upon the Lord (I will call upon the Lord) Who is worthy to be Praise (Who is worthy to be Praise) I magnify the Lord (I magnify the lord) Who is worthy to be Praiseeee, the Lord reigneth, blessed be the Lord, honour to the Lord, let the Rock of my salvation be exalted! 2x.
Our Father in heaven receive all the glory, receive all the honour, be Thou glorify in Jesus Name! Thank You for a day like this, thank You for Your mercies that enduerth forever. Thank You for another opportunity to be all that You have made us to be, glory alleluia!!! Hosanna in the highest!! Alleluia to Your Holy Name!!! Amen! Amen!! Amen!!! Praise the Living Jesus Alleluia!!!!!
Beloveth, let the living Praise the Lord! for His mercies enduerth forever, alleluia to our God in whose mercies we rejoices, our alleluia to be God for Him alone is worthy of our Praise, in Him we live, and move, and have our being. (Acts 17:28a)
Glory be to God in the highest Amen! Glory be to God in the highest Amen! For His mercies enduerth forever Amen! or His mercies enduerth forever Amen!
Come let’s Praise the Lord! Come let’s Praise the Lord! He is Jehovah (Tell of His faithfulness) He is El-Shaddai (Tell the world of His salvation) Spread the news around (Tell the world of his praise) Come lets praise the Lord (Praise the Lord) Forever and ever my God He is the same, He’ll never Change, From eternity to eternity, He’ll be my God, Praise Him!! Jehovah, Praise Him!! Jehovah, Praise Him!! The Lord of Lords have our
O beloveth Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!! alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!. Our Lord is good and His mercies enduerth forever Amen! Amen!! Amen!!!
Beloveth let us let up our heart with our hands unto God in heavens. Is our praying session and the Spirit of God is here with us shout a believing alleluia!
This Bible passage is a popular one, beloveth take time to read through it and see your victory written for your take. Satan keeps us busy with so many cares that we had no time to see what the Lord has prepared for us, therefore without knowledge we struggle and grapple with things that are already ours, battles already won and seek for victory already given (Gen 3:1-5,1Pet. 2:9)
Our prayer for you today as you go through the teachings of today, let your eyes of understanding be open that you may see hidden treasuries in the shelves of prayers and pick its all.
Come along for more discoveries:
“Let us lift up our heart with our hands unto God in the heavens.” Lamentations 3:41
The act of prayer teaches us our unworthiness, which is a very salutary lesson for such proud beings as we are. If God gave us favours without constraining us to pray for them we should never know how poor we are, but a true prayer is an inventory of wants, a catalogue of necessities, a revelation of hidden poverty.
While it is an application to divine wealth, it is a confession of human emptiness. The most healthy state of a Christian is to be always empty in self and constantly depending upon the Lord for supplies; to be always poor in self and rich in Jesus; weak as water personally, but mighty through God to do great exploits; and hence the use of prayer, because, while it adores God, it lays the creature where it should be, in the very dust.
Prayer is in itself, apart from the answer which it brings, a great benefit to the Christian. As the runner gains strength for the race by daily exercise, so for the great race of life we acquire energy by the hallowed labour of prayer. Prayer plumes the wings of God’s young eaglets, that they may learn to mount above the clouds.
Prayer girds the loins of God’s warriors, and sends them forth to combat with their sinews braced and their muscles firm. An earnest pleader cometh out of his closet, even as the sun ariseth from the chambers of the east, rejoicing like a strong man to run his race. Prayer is that uplifted hand of Moses which routs the Amalekites more than the sword of Joshua; it is the arrow shot from the chamber of the prophet foreboding defeat to the Syrians.
Prayer girds human weakness with divine strength, turns human folly into heavenly wisdom, and gives to troubled mortals the peace of God. We know not what prayer cannot do!
We thank thee, great God, for the mercy-seat, a choice proof of thy marvellous lovingkindness. Help us to use it aright throughout this day!
Beloveth are you ready to engage in praying having seen all the benefits accruable to the one who engages therein. You must not be too tried not to pray dearly beloved, Jesus prayed because in it lies His access to His Father Who art in heaven in despite of His Godly nature, He prays and He has not stop praying because He promised us that He is praying for us sitted at the Right Hand of His Father. (Lk 5:15-16)
Will you seek God’s face today asking for the outpouring of His Spirit to help you pray. when you pray by the power of the Holy Spirit it brings speedily answers wh/ because you pray the Mind God. you are not just interceding in flesh but fervent prayer by the Spirit.
So let today be one of such days that you will through the power of the Holy Spirit. Seek God while He may found, call on Him while He is near dearly beloved and you will be glad you did.
You will not labour in vain, you will receive answers knowing that God is on your side, and He faileth not. Praise the Name of the Lord!!!
Our Father thank you because we know that before we come You are here already, thank You for Your Spirit that will help us to pray. thank You for answers that will be delivered, glory be to Your Holy Name for You liveth for ever more.
Beloveth open you mouth and pray, interesting God promised to delivery us from the hands of the wicked, He also promised to deliver us from the hand of the terrible at the beginning of this week, are you engaging God from the power of His Word, are you praying with expectations? Ask God to do that which He has promised you and you will be happy at the end in Jesus Name!!!
Let us pray!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Further Reading Col 3:2-3, Ps 130, Jas 4:7, Ps 73.
Remain blessed in the Lord.
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