There is power mighty in the blood 2x there is power mighty in the blood of Jesus Christ. there is power mighty in the blood.// we come say Thank You, 2x all we have to say is Thank You Lord. Thank You Lord. Thank You Lord, all we have to say is Thank You Lord.
Father, Your children are saying Lord, You are Worthy, worthy to be glorified here on earth and heaven, glorious Redeemer, hallow be Thy Name alone who is heaven and peace to men here on earth. Thank You for another opportunity to be in Your presence O Lord. Help us even as we put our trust in You that You are alone is our God. Mighty and powerful to deliver and to make us whole from every defilement from sin, sickness and sorrow in Jesus Name.
Beloveth, hope 96do you think you are alone? Is your mind telling you that God has forsaken you or will ever forsake You? O faithful one what is that fear and anguished in your heart that is weighing you down and make you fear as if tomorrow will never be.
Have you forgotten that God’s word cannot fall without performing that which it is sent out to do? Have forgotten that God watches over His Word to perform it and those who trust in the Lord can never be confounded (1Pet 2:6)
Hear the goodnews that the Spirit of God is bring your way today, “You are never alone” does that excite you? Are encouraged in the Lord. Sometimes it seems as the whole world is clashing on you and there is no escape but the Spirit of God is standing before you and He is testifying also that you will never be forsaken. He is ever with you to guide and to watch over you. He is saying to you be still and know that I am with you even to the end of time.
He is saying to you that nothing shall by any means hurt you because your life is hidden with Christ in God (Col 3:3).
This is the last faith clinic of this month and we are glad to announce to you that every other thought or voices that you are hearing that is not saying what the Word of God said concerning you are all false thought, and are not permitted to take root therefore they are condemned to death and they are hereby uprooted in the Name of Jesus.
Jesus changeth not, He is Ever Faithful and will remain Ever Faithful. Look up to Jesus, He is the Author and Finisher of your faith. Fear not for He is with you.
Remember that faith without work is dead. And we are more than conqueror through Jesus that loves us (Rom 8:37). Nothing can separate us from the love of Christ. So any other thought that is short of the good promises from the Word is hereby root out from your mind and you are set free from every demonic holds in Jesus Name.
Whatever you are trusting God to be before the end of the year, the good Lord will bring it to pass. That is another goodnews to you. Just be patiently waiting on the Lord, be diligently in all your hand founded to do and God will see you through. (Jas 2:22).
Once again always remember that you are not alone neither are you forsaken. Praise the Lord!
Let get into the business of the day and discover more therein:
“Thou shalt no more be termed Forsaken.” Isa. 62:4
“Forsaken” is a dreary word. It sounds like a knell. It is the record of sharpest sorrows, and the prophecy of direst ills. An abyss of misery yawns in that word “Forsaken.” Forsaken by one who pledged his honor! Forsaken by a friend so long tried and trusted! Forsaken by a dear relative! Forsaken by father and mother! Forsaken by all! This is woe indeed, and yet it may be patiently borne if the Lord will take us up.
But what must it be to feel forsaken of God? Think of that bitterest of cries, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” Have we ever in any degree tasted the wormwood and the gall of “Forsaken,” in that sense? If so, let us beseech our Lord to save us from any repetition of so unspeakable a sorrow.
Oh, that such darkness may never return! Men in malice said of a saint, “God hath forsaken him; persecute and take him.” But it was always false. The Lord’s loving favor shall compel our cruel foes to eat their own words, or, at least, to hold their tongues.
The reverse of all this is that superlative word, Hephzibah — “the Lord delighteth in thee.” This turns weeping into dancing. Let those who dreamed that they were forsaken hear the Lord say, “I will never leave thee nor forsake thee.”
Beloved, did you heard that? You are called Hephzibah. Beloved you are called the delight of the Lord! Can someone shout alleluia! Yes, you are the delight of the Lord! Some many has forsaken the Lord due to lies that the devil told their spirit. Sickness that bore than down. Errors that they committed. Death of beloved ones but hear yea the Word of the Lord this day. You are not forsaken, you are never alone but you are delight of the Lord, you are Hephzibah.
Beloved, will you go away from your Father because of the liars from the pit of hell? Come and hear what Jesus has to say concerning you:
“Will ye also go away?” John 6:67
Many have forsaken Christ, and have walked no more with Him; but what reason have YOU to make a change? Has there been any reason for it in the past? Has not Jesus proved Himself all-sufficient? He appeals to you this morning—”Have I been a wilderness unto you?” When your soul has simply trusted Jesus, have you ever been confounded?
Have you not up till now found your Lord to be a compassionate and generous friend to you, and has not simple faith in Him given you all the peace your spirit could desire? Can you so much as dream of a better friend than He has been to you? Then change not the old and tried for new and false.
As for the present, can that compel you to leave Christ? When we are hard beset with this world, or with the severer trials within the Church, we find it a most blessed thing to pillow our head upon the bosom of our Saviour. This is the joy we have today that we are saved in Him; and if this joy be satisfying, wherefore should we think of changing?
Who barters gold for dross? We will not forswear the sun till we find a better light, nor leave our Lord until a brighter lover shall appear; and, since this can never be, we will hold Him with a grasp immortal, and bind His name as a seal upon our arm. As for the future, can you suggest anything which can arise that shall render it necessary for you to mutiny, or desert the old flag to serve under another captain?
We think not. If life be long—He changes not. If we are poor, what better than to have Christ who can make us rich? When we are sick, what more do we want than Jesus to make our bed in our sickness? When we die, is it not written that “neither death, nor life, nor things present, nor things to come, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord!” We say with Peter, “Lord, to whom shall we go?”
If you saying same with Peter today, the Lord bid you come. Come and learn more from your master- Your Lord Jesus Christ. Don’t go away! Stay with Jesus because He loves you (1Jn 4:9)
Awake from your sleep as we were enjoined yesterday because you are the time of His coming is nearer than when we first believe (Rom 13:11).
I leave you with what Apostle Peter wrote in 1 Pet 3:8-17 and 2 Pet 1:4. Beloved dwell in these promises and you will be glad.
Remain ever blessed in the Lord.