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. He gave me victory, He gave me peace of mind, come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord is good. // How wonderful, how marvellous is the work O Lord! How wonderful, how marvellous is Thy work O Lord!
Heavenly Father we blessed Your Name and we lift it up on high, thank You for the blessedness of this day, glory be to Your Name O Lord! Faithful is your Father, you are worthy to be Praise, let all the glory be ascribe unto your Holy Name forever. who can be compared with you O Lord? who in heaven or earth can be likened to You?
You are great, forever is Your Name will be lifted high far above all You have made. For your loved on us is everlasting and has no end. Thank you for being there for us every day, every hour.
Beloved, God’s promise to us is coming to past as He will go to the root of our challenges and uproot them all. As he promised so will He will do unto us. But so much lays with us. We need to pattern with Him to get it done. This means that your concern should not be whether it is possible rather the question is “are you willing to surrender it to Him.
Often times we ask for God’s intervention but we end up carrying the burden supposedly we have dropped at Jesus feet. Beloved, we must remain victorious as our Father has declared to us, we must entangle ourselves with those things that separates us from His love.
God our Father so loved us that He gave us Jesus His only Son to die and rose again. Our glory is assured in Jesus therefore be firm in your resolved to belong to Him alone.
He is Your Saviour and Your defender. Are you weak in prayer or faith? Run to Him. Are you challenged or you have battles? Jesus is the answer. Are you looking for help and lifting? Jesus is able to do that which you can never imagine. Jesus is our conqueror, beloveth, we are more than conqueror through our Lord Jesus Christ that loved us. Praise God.
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“Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us.” Romans 8:37
We go to Christ for forgiveness, and then too often look to the law for power to fight our sins. Paul thus rebukes us, “O foolish Galatians, who hath bewitched you, that ye should not obey the truth? This only would I learn of you, Received ye the Spirit by the works of the law, or by the hearing of faith? are ye so foolish? having begun in the Spirit, are ye now made perfect by the flesh?”
Take your sins to Christ’s cross, for the old man can only be crucified there: we are crucified with Him. The only weapon to fight sin with is the spear which pierced the side of Jesus. To give an illustration—you want to overcome an angry temper, how do you go to work? It is very possible you have never tried the right way of going to Jesus with it. How did I get salvation? I came to Jesus just as I was, and I trusted Him to save me. I must kill my angry temper in the same way?
It is the only way in which I can ever kill it. I must go to the cross with it, and say to Jesus, “Lord, I trust Thee to deliver me from it.” This is the only way to give it a death-blow. Are you covetous? Do you feel the world entangle you? You may struggle against this evil so long as you please, but if it be your besetting sin, you will never be delivered from it in any way but by the blood of Jesus.
Take it to Christ. Tell Him, “Lord, I have trusted Thee, and Thy name is Jesus, for Thou dost save Thy people from their sins; Lord, this is one of my sins; save me from it!” Ordinances are nothing without Christ as a means of mortification. Your prayers, and your repentances, and your tears—the whole of them put together—are worth nothing apart from Him.
“None but Jesus can do helpless sinners good;” or helpless saints either. You must be conquerors through Him who hath loved you, if conquerors at all. Our laurels must grow among His olives in Gethsemane.
Yes! We are saved by no other means except by blood of Jesus. beloved the second Person in trinity is the house again for whatever you desire of Him, He will grant it to you, so come to the living Jesus and save. come to Jesus and be delivered, come to Jesus and made whole. Praise the Lord. let discover more:
“Lo, in the midst of the throne… stood a Lamb as it had been slain.” Revelation 5:6
Why should our exalted Lord appear in His wounds in glory? The wounds of Jesus are His glories, His jewels, His sacred ornaments. To the eye of the believer, Jesus is passing fair because He is “white and ruddy” white with innocence, and ruddy with His own blood. We see Him as the lily of matchless purity, and as the rose crimsoned with His own gore.
Christ is lovely upon Olivet and Tabor, and by the sea, but oh! there never was such a matchless Christ as He that did hang upon the cross. There we beheld all His beauties in perfection, all His attributes developed, all His love drawn out, all His character expressed.
Beloved, the wounds of Jesus are far more fair in our eyes than all the splendour and pomp of kings. The thorny crown is more than an imperial diadem. It is true that He bears not now the sceptre of reed, but there was a glory in it that never flashed from sceptre of gold. Jesus wears the appearance of a slain Lamb as His court dress in which He wooed our souls, and redeemed them by His complete atonement.
Nor are these only the ornaments of Christ: they are the trophies of His love and of His victory. He has divided the spoil with the strong. He has redeemed for Himself a great multitude whom no man can number, and these scars are the memorials of the fight.
Ah! if Christ thus loves to retain the thought of His sufferings for His people, how precious should his wounds be to us!
“Behold how every wound of His
A precious balm distils,
Which heals the scars that sin had made,
And cures all mortal ills.
“Those wounds are mouths that preach His grace;
The ensigns of His love;
The seals of our expected bliss
In paradise above.”
I believed God you are blessed and so I am. Jesus is the Wonder and He is our Saviour.
Remain blessed in the Lord.