Who is like unto there, O Lord! Who is like unto there, O Lord! Among the gods who is like Thee, You are glorious in Holiness, fearful in praises doing wonder alleluia! I am tanking You for Who Are, what have done Dan Sakria Baba.2x
Thank You Faithful God for You are God! There is none like Thee. None to be compared with Thee. I am glad that You are my God, nothing is impossible for my Father Who is the owner of the universe to do. Wonderful Father, we adore Thee, we exalt Your Holy Name great Are You Lord!
Beloveth do you know that the voice of the Lord echoes above the sea, His glory thunders over the mighty sea.
The voice of the Lord is powerful, His voice is Majestic. The voice of the Lord splits the mighty cedars; it shatters the cedars of Lebanon.
His voice make Lebanon’s mountains skip like a calf; He makes Mount Hermon leaps like a young wild Ox.
The voice of the Lord strikes with a bolts of lightning; His voice makes the barren wilderness quake. The Lord shakes the wilderness of Kadesh. The voice of the Lord twists mighty oaks and strips the forest bare.
The Lord rules over the floodwaters. The Lord reigns as king forever. The Lord gives His people strength. The Lord blesses them with peace.
Yes that peace is what we come to share with You today. Beloved, there is no condemnation for them that are in Christ Jesus because He pay the price. A price so precious and costly that no demon nor principality can withstand. you are save; you are redeemed. You are set free and never to be bound again. Rejoice and be glad because there is no more condemnation for you:
“In those days, and in that time, saith the Lord, the iniquity of Israel shall be sought for, and there shall be none; and the sins of Judah, and they shall not be found: for I will pardon them whom I reserve.” Jer. 50:20
A glorious word indeed! What a perfect pardon is here promised to the sinful nations of Israel and Judah! Sin is to be so removed that it shall not be found, so blotted out that there shall be none. Glory be unto the God of pardons!
Satan seeks out sins wherewith to accuse us, our enemies seek them that they may lay them to our charge, and our own conscience seeks them even with a morbid eagerness. But when the Lord applies the precious blood of Jesus, we fear no form of search, for “there shall be none,” “they shall not be found.” The Lord hath caused the sins of His people to cease to be: He hath finished transgression, and made an end of sin. The sacrifice of Jesus has cast our sins into the depths of the sea. This makes us dance for joy.
The reason for the obliteration of sin lies in the fact that Jehovah Himself pardons His chosen ones. His word of grace is not only royal, but divine. He speaks absolution, and we are absolved. He applies the atonement, and from that hour His people are beyond all fear of condemnation. Blessed be the name of the sin-annihilating God!
Alleluia, will join the prophet of old to say “O Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.”
“O Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.” Lamentations 3:58
Observe how positively the prophet speaks. He doth not say, “I hope, I trust, I sometimes think, that God hath pleaded the causes of my soul”; but he speaks of it as a matter of fact not to be disputed. “Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.” Let us, by the aid of the gracious Comforter, shake off those doubts and fears which so much mar our peace and comfort.
Be this our prayer, that we may have done with the harsh croaking voice of surmise and suspicion, and may be able to speak with the clear, melodious voice of full assurance. Notice how gratefully the prophet speaks, ascribing all the glory to God alone! You perceive there is not a word concerning himself or his own pleadings. He doth not ascribe his deliverance in any measure to any man, much less to his own merit; but it is “thou“—”O Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul; Thou hast redeemed my life.”
A grateful spirit should ever be cultivated by the Christian; and especially after deliverances we should prepare a song for our God. Earth should be a temple filled with the songs of grateful saints, and every day should be a censor smoking with the sweet incense of thanksgiving. How joyful Jeremiah seems to be while he records the Lord’s mercy. How triumphantly he lifts up the strain!
He has been in the low dungeon, and is even now no other than the weeping prophet; and yet in the very book which is called “Lamentations,” clear as the song of Miriam when she dashed her fingers against the tabor, shrill as the note of Deborah when she met Barak with shouts of victory, we hear the voice of Jeremy going up to heaven—”Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul; thou hast redeemed my life.”
O children of God, seek after a vital experience of the Lord’s lovingkindness, and when you have it, speak positively of it; sing gratefully; shout triumphantly.
Are you surprise about this thanksgiving song at this time? Is not the beginning of the month neither are we at the beginning of the month. Beloved, thanksgiving shall be our way of life. Ever grateful for the doings of the Almighty God. He redeem us from all sins and guilty which the devil lay on us daily to prevent us from enjoining the freedom He has gotten for us.
I am rejoicing that Jesus conquer Satan and redeem me from all condemnation, praise God!
Remain blessed in Lord.