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. I will lift up Jesus higher, I will lift up Jesus higher, O Jehovah alpha Omega, I will lift up Jesus higher, O Jehovah Alpha Omega I will lift up Jesus Higher.//
I will truly lift You up Lord. Who is like unto thee Lord? Faithful is your Name. Great are works in the lives of Your children. Father, we blessed Your Name for the wonderful things You are doing and will continue to do in our lives in Jesus Name.
Have you way again in our lives. Teach us something new as we sit daily at Your feet. Be praised forever in Jesus Name.
Beloved, are you happy? How did it go over the weekend? I believe is good to you. Praise the Lord. We are in for round of blessings, deliverances, healing. Many souls will be delivered as they read today’s ministration in Jesus Name.
Our walk with God depicts many things among which we are the topic of today- “Making necessary adjustments in lives.” We must not continue to live as we use to live after we have given our lives to Jesus. There must a change and that change must be evident to all to see. Our call to serve God most often leads us to forfeit some lucrative opportunities and these will definitely affect the people around us.
Now here is the big question, “Are we going to disobey God or are we going to obey Him, accept His directives as we are being instructed. Either way there is a reward.
Our bible character in today’s bible text paid a price and same will be applicable to us when we accept to obey God however if we decides to do otherwise, no problem we also have a reward waiting for us.
Even our Lord Jesus paid a price for our salvation. So it should sound strange to you any longer if you are told that there is a price to pay after all. He sacrificed His throne and got a much higher reward to us Eph 2, and to Him Phil 2:6-11
So having discovered that our obedient is of numerous blessings won’t we rather obey then disobey. May God give you wisdom to learn more of Him in Jesus Name, Father help us we prayed thee in Jesus Name.
Let us discover more:
If my head were water, my eyes a fountain of tears, I would weep day and night over the slain of my dear people.—Jeremiah 9:1
Jeremiah was invited by God to be a weeping prophet. His call came during turbulent, agonizing times as his society suffered from pervasive moral and spiritual decay. The nation of Judah had turned so far from God that it was soon to face His fierce judgment. This was not a time for merrymaking but for weeping. God looked for someone He could mold into the kind of prophet needed for such a bleak time. He found Jeremiah.
The cost to Jeremiah was intense; he sacrificed much of the freedom of his youth in order to be God’s messenger. He forfeited family and reputation. He endured misunderstanding, ridicule, and persecution. He was imprisoned and mocked by those to whom he had come to warn of God’s impending judgment.
Satan will try to convince you that obedience carries much too high a price, but he will never tell you the cost of not obeying God. If you are to be used in God’s service you must expect to make adjustments in your life. Can you measure the distance between the throne room of heaven and a cattle shed in Bethlehem? How far is it from the Lordship of the universe to the cross? Don’t be deceived into thinking there is no cost involved in obedience.
What adjustments is God asking you to make? Will you face the hardships and opposition that will come when you align your life with God’s will? Jeremiah had the deep satisfaction of knowing he was a faithful and beloved servant of God. Your reward will be the same when you choose to fully obey Christ, regardless of the cost.
Beloved, there is a price to pay for obedience but that will never be higher than the price of disobedience. Let us learn from Christ.
“Joint heirs with Christ.” Romans 8:17
The boundless realms of His Father’s universe are Christ’s by prescriptive right. As “heir of all things,” He is the sole proprietor of the vast creation of God, and He has admitted us to claim the whole as ours, by virtue of that deed of joint-heir-ship which the Lord hath ratified with His chosen people.
The golden streets of paradise, the pearly gates, the river of life, the transcendent bliss, and the unutterable glory, are, by our blessed Lord, made over to us for our everlasting possession. All that He has He shares with His people. The crown royal He has placed upon the head of His Church, appointing her a kingdom, and calling her sons a royal priesthood, a generation of priests and kings. He uncrowned Himself that we might have a coronation of glory; He would not sit upon His own throne until He had procured a place upon it for all who overcome by His blood. Crown the head and the whole body shares the honour. Behold here the reward of every Christian conqueror!
Christ’s throne, crown, sceptre, palace, treasure, robes, heritage, are yours. Far superior to the jealousy, selfishness, and greed, which admit of no participation of their advantages, Christ deems His happiness completed by His people sharing it. “The glory which thou gavest me have I given them.” “These things have I spoken unto you, that My joy might remain in you, and that your joy might be full.”
The smiles of His Father are all the sweeter to Him, because His people share them. The honours of His kingdom are more pleasing, because His people appear with Him in glory. More valuable to Him are His conquests, since they have taught His people to overcome.
He delights in His throne, because on it there is a place for them. He rejoices in His royal robes, since over them His skirts are spread. He delights the more in His joy, because He calls them to enter into it.
Glory be to God. Jesus left the throne to save us as a result we are made joint heir with Him sitting far above so we must also be willing to make sacrifices that will advance to gospel positively. Beloved learn from your Master- Jesus Christ.
On this note we declare the week open and by the grace of God we will return with testimonies in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.