Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before Your throne. Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before Your throne. We bow before Your Throne we worship at Your feet, we bow before Your throne You are glorious God. // The Lord that answereth by fire let Him be my God. The Lord that answereth by fire let Him be my God.
Our Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name! we worship You we give You all the Praises thank You for another opportunity in Your Presence, glory be to Your Name on high in Jesus Name.
Beloveth many of us have in one or the other identified with our Lord Jesus Christ in His desperate moment. If God will look away from His beloved Son Who was without sin, should it that draw some concern to those of us who refused to live righteous and banking on mercy. My advice for such individual is to repent before it is too late. Click here to receive Jesus now.
Where do you look at during your desperate moment? Jesus look at the His Father, The woman with the issue of Blood looked up to Jesus, the centurion besought Jesus, (Lk 23:40-42, Matt 9:20, Matt 8:5-6,)) Are you in a desperate moment and you don’t know where help should come from? I suggest you do exactly what Jesus did- call on your Father in heaven; help will come.
Oftentimes it seems as if the prayers we are making are not reaching heaven or is just hitting the roof; back it falls. Don’t be afraid, He heareth them all.
This makes me think of a bottle with a message thrown into the sea… How long does it takes, how many miles does it travel, before it falls into the hands of a well-meaning person?
What are the battles you have “entrusted to the sea”? How long ago?
Is yours perhaps for a husband (wife) or a child you have been waiting for…for too long? Or healing for an illness said to be incurable? A lifestyle change or change of direction that is slow in coming? Or perhaps a project to bless those who have been trampled upon or marginalized?
Whatever “messages” you are sending out to God, none will be lost. They will all arrive at their destination!
He Listens to everyone of your prayers.(Prov. 15:29).
He hears your pleas (Ps 116:1-2).
He inclines His heart towards you (Ps 40:2).
He is is moved by your distress (Ps 18:7).
He is touch by your tear (Ps 6:8).
Yes, praying is the privilege of sowing words into eternity! It is also the gift of sharing what weighs you down, saddens you, and worries you with One Who understands everything, Who knows everything. When you open your heart to God, you allow Him to breathe on yours by His Spirit.
Beloveth talk to God every day, without fear or restraint, but with the assurance that you are being heard by him. he is your Father, and He is attentive to everything you are going through!
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“My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” Psalm 22:1
We here behold the Saviour in the depth of His sorrows. No other place so well shows the griefs of Christ as Calvary, and no other moment at Calvary is so full of agony as that in which His cry rends the air—”My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”
At this moment physical weakness was united with acute mental torture from the shame and ignominy through which He had to pass; and to make His grief culminate with emphasis, He suffered spiritual agony surpassing all expression, resulting from the departure of His Father’s presence.
This was the black midnight of His horror; then it was that He descended the abyss of suffering. No man can enter into the full meaning of these words. Some of us think at times that we could cry, “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?” There are seasons when the brightness of our Father’s smile is eclipsed by clouds and darkness; but let us remember that God never does really forsake us. It is only a seeming forsaking with us, but in Christ’s case it was a real forsaking.
We grieve at a little withdrawal of our Father’s love; but the real turning away of God’s face from His Son, who shall calculate how deep the agony which it caused Him?
In our case, our cry is often dictated by unbelief: in His case, it was the utterance of a dreadful fact, for God had really turned away from Him for a season. O thou poor, distressed soul, who once lived in the sunshine of God’s face, but art now in darkness, remember that He has not really forsaken thee.
God in the clouds is as much our God as when He shines forth in all the lustre of His grace; but since even the thought that He has forsaken us gives us agony, what must the woe of the Saviour have been when He exclaimed, “My God, my God, why hast Thou forsaken me?”
Beloveth, does this comfort you to know that God does not forsake us rather it is our unbelief when we think so, persevere in prayer. God has the solution to all your problems, tune to heaven always!
Let us pray- Dear Lord, sometimes the time seems long, and I start to doubt that you are hearing my prayers. forgive me, and teach me to remain patient and confident. I know that you are never late or early but always on time to answer me. Thank You for Your grace and love. In Your Mighty Name we pray.
Thank You Father for answers that are coming, be Thou glorify in Jesus Name!
Brethren open your mouth and pray:
As we promise us on Tuesday that we will be adding the teaching on the Blood of Jesus daily till we exhaust the topic that was listed by the grace of God we will but please excuse the lengthy mail it is for a awhile. God bless you,
Today we will be considering -the Blood: Our Climate Control System
The blood flowing through your body warms your system to a temperature of around 98.6 degrees. The blood of Jesus also prevents our spiritual temperatures from growing cold. Matthew 24:12 speaks of coldness in a person’s life: “and because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold.” But in Romans 12;11, the Apostle Paul admonished us; ‘never flag in zeal, be aglow with the Spirit serve the Lord” (RSV).
In a sense, Jesus’ blood is your spiritual “climate control.” How can you stay “on fire” for God in this sinful, cold world” stay energized with the blood of Jesus! His shed blood provides you with spiritual fuel. Recognition of all that the blood has accomplished will warm up your relationship with God- it will raise your spiritual temperature!
After denying Jesus, Peter followed the Lord “at a distance” (Mk 14:54). What separate d Peter had become spiritually cool because of fear. That fear drove him to warm his hands by an enemy’s fire. Peter’s spiritual temperature plummeted- that created a distance between himself and God.
Sometimes we see Christians backslide- usually due to unconfessed sin that cools their spiritual temperature. How heartbreaking! Especially when Eph. 2:13 tell us that Jesus’ blood brings us near to God. the blood was shed by Jesus to bind our hearts and wills to our Marker.
In Rev 3:16, God warned, “… because you are lukewarm, and neither cold not hot, I will vomit you out of my mouth.’ God wants us to be hot! He has provided with the shed blood of His to keep our spiritual temperatures turned up on “high.”
beloveth we must be frevent in spirit serving the Lord – Rom 12:11
Remain blessed in the Lord.