No Need to Stint


Who is like unto Thee O Lord! 2x among the gods who is like Thee You are glorious in holiness fearful in praises doing wonder alleluia.// How excellent is Your Name O Lord! 2x, How excellent is Your Name O Lord 2x,  How excellent is Your Name 3x O Lord!.

Powerful Father, hallow be Thy Name, let Thy kingdom come and Thy will be done in heaven, give us this day and forgive us our trespasses, leads us not into temptation but deliver us from all evil. Thank You Father for the gift of another day in the land of the living.  We are confident that You will bless us today and always, be blessed forever in Jesus Name.

Beloved, how are you doing?  I believe that it well with your Spirit. The grace and peace of the Lord is speaking in your life, glory be to God. Faithful is our God beloveth, He is more than what you call Him. He is able to do more than you can ever think or ever imagine. Glory be to God in the highest.

Beloveth, open your bible to 1 Pet 2:9-10. Who did your bible says you are? By what name were called? My own bible call me an elect race, a royal priesthood, a Holy nation, a purchased people. Why are You called so- that I may show forth the virtues of him Who has called You out of darkness into  His marvelous light. Who are before now- You were not once a people, but now are the people of God; who were once without mercy, but now you have found mercy. P-r-a-i-s-e the Name of the Lord!

Then tell me why do you fret? If God had so called you by all these names why are afraid or worry about the evil doers in land. Their end is known, so why worry about them. Turn our bible to Ps 37. What did verses 1 and 2 said? Then read verses 3-11, what are you hearing? Continue with verse 12 – 20, what is the bible saying about the evil doers in the land? Okay, let consider verses 21upto 26. Then read verses 27- 34, finally what is verses 35-40 saying?

Can you see that you need not to faint neither do you need to be afraid of the evil doers in the land, their destinations are known. Each time you are overcome with thoughts from the pit of hell, quickly grab the Word of God, the Lord will direct you to where to read and be comforted.

Turn your bible to Ps 91, what does the first chapter says “if you live in the shelter of the Most High God; you will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty (NLT). Read it to the end also, so what are hearing in your Spirit man as you reading?

Therefore, are you ready to tell our trouble mind to calm down, truly there is no need to stint. I say to you “All are well with you, do not be afraid.”

Let’s get down to the teaching of the day and find out why yea shall not stint:

“The upright shall have good things in possession.” Prov. 28:10

The Book of Proverbs is also a Book of Promises. Promises ought to be proverbs among the people of God. This is a very remarkable one. We are accustomed to think of our good things as in reversion, but here we are told that we shall have them in possession.

Not all the malice and cunning of our enemies can work our destruction: they shall fall into the pit which they have digged. Our inheritance is so entailed upon us that we shall not be kept out of it, nor so turned out of the way as to miss it.

But what have we now? We have a quiet conscience through the precious blood of Jesus. We have the love of God set upon us beyond all change. We have power with God in prayer in all time of need. We have the providence of God to watch over us, the angels of God to minister to us, and, above all, the Spirit of God to dwell in us.

In fact, all things are ours. “Whether things present or things to come: all are yours.” Jesus is ours. Yea, the divine trinity in unity is ours. Hallelujah. Let us not pine and whine, and stint and slave, since we have good things in possession. Let us live on our God and rejoice in Him all the day. Help us, O Holy Ghost!

Have you discovered why you should not stint? Why you should not worry either? Because your heavenly Father giveth us richly all things to enjoy, let’s move on:

“Who giveth us richly all things to enjoy.” 1Timothy 6:17

Our Lord Jesus is ever giving, and does not for a solitary instant withdraw His hand. As long as there is a vessel of grace not yet full to the brim, the oil shall not be stayed. He is a sun ever-shining; He is manna always falling round the camp; He is a rock in the desert, ever sending out streams of life from His smitten side; the rain of His grace is always dropping; the river of His bounty is ever-flowing, and the well-spring of His love is constantly overflowing.

As the King can never die, so His grace can never fail. Daily we pluck His fruit, and daily His branches bend down to our hand with a fresh store of mercy. There are seven feast-days in His weeks, and as many as are the days, so many are the banquets in His years. Who has ever returned from His door unblessed? Who has ever risen from His table unsatisfied, or from His bosom un-emparadised?

His mercies are new every morning and fresh every evening. Who can know the number of His benefits, or recount the list of His bounties? Every sand which drops from the glass of time is but the tardy follower of a myriad of mercies. The wings of our hours are covered with the silver of His kindness, and with the yellow gold of His affection. The river of time bears from the mountains of eternity the golden sands of His favour. The countless stars are but as the standard bearers of a more innumerable host of blessings.

Who can count the dust of the benefits which He bestows on Jacob, or tell the number of the fourth part of His mercies towards Israel? How shall my soul extol Him who daily loadeth us with benefits, and who crowneth us with loving-kindness? O that my praise could be as ceaseless as His bounty! O miserable tongue, how canst thou be silent?

 Wake up, I pray thee, lest I call thee no more my glory, but my shame. “Awake, psaltery and harp: I myself will awake right early.”

Beloved, God load us daily with benefits. Do you have full understanding of this saying? He did not stop there, he crowneth us with loving-kindness.

Have you ever enjoyed the loving-kindness of our God? You can find out from the following people Abraham, Jacob, Joseph, Moses, David, Solomon, Naomi, Hannah, Jehoshaphat and so many others how loving is our Father.

To help You further you can read the following bible passages to see the wondrous works of our Holy Father Jehovah Elohim  towards His children Gen 24:27;Gen 32:10; 2 Sam 22:51; 2 Chr 1:8; 2 Chr 20:21 Ps 13:5; Ps 18:50; Ps 100:5; Isa 54:10; Jer 9:24; Jer 31:3,11; Lam 3:22; Dan 9:4; Joel 2:13; Jnh 4:2,; Mic 7:18,20 and many others if You add to it.

Remain blessed in the Lord.