When I come into Your presence Lord am happy, when I come into Your presence Lord am glad, in Your presence there is anointing Your Spirit will surround me in You’re your presence anointing breaks the yokes.
Merciful father we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name. We adore You ancient of days. You are great Lord, You are mighty. Faithful are You Lord. Thank You for Your kindness in our life and situations, have Your way O God! Thank You for another privilege in the land of living. Blessed be thou Holy Name forever and ever.
Beloveth, how are doing? Hope great. Wow! The days are no longer running, it is flying with wins. Few more days Christmas bell will be ringing over the world. My pray for you is that the joy that is associated with this season will be all over you in Jesus Name.
May God single you out to bless you in Jesus Name. The Word of God is coming again powerfully as ever before, every ting old in your life the Lord is saying He is making anew. Old signifies a lot of unwanted things in one’s life. Even a baby can differentiate between a new dress/toys from the old ones, and will not let it go once it enters it hand.
Same way any adult will be glad to have new tins happening all round you. I don’t know what you want God to make anew in your life, this is an opportunity to bring it before the Lord.
Often times God made this promise whenever He is set to do something great in our life. (Isa 43:19). In Christ every old things is pure away behold all things are made new. Are you in for new thin new miracles, new positions, new house, new jobs, new heart.
Come along with me so that the same God will make all things new in your life again. Yes! because He will make all things new.
“And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new.” Rev. 21:5
Glory be to His name! All things need making new, for they are sadly battered and worn by sin. It is time that the old vesture was rolled up and laid aside, and that creation put on her Sunday suit. But no one else can make all things new except the Lord who made them at the first; for it needs as much power to make out of evil as to make out of nothing. Our Lord Jesus has undertaken the task, and He is fully competent for the performance of it. Already He has commenced His labor, and for centuries
He has persevered in making new the hearts of men, and the order of society. By-and-by He will make new the whole constitution of human government, and human nature shall be changed by His grace; and there shall come a day when the body shall be made new, and raised like unto His glorious body.
What a joy to belong to a kingdom in which everything is being made new by the power of its King! We are not dying out: we are hastening on to a more glorious life. Despite the opposition of the powers of evil, our glorious Lord Jesus is accomplishing His purpose, and making us, and all things about us, “new,” and as full of beauty as when they first came from the hand of the Lord.
Beloved, are crucified with Christ? This newness can be seen when you crucified with Christ. In Christ there is newness of life, newness in situation, let’s get going:
“I am crucified with Christ.” Galatians 2:20
The Lord Jesus Christ acted in what He did as a great public representative person, and His dying upon the cross was the virtual dying of all His people. Then all His saints rendered unto justice what was due, and made an expiation to divine vengeance for all their sins. The apostle of the Gentiles delighted to think that as one of Christ’s chosen people, he died upon the cross in Christ. He did more than believe this doctrinally, he accepted it confidently, resting his hope upon it.
He believed that by virtue of Christ’s death, he had satisfied divine justice, and found reconciliation with God. Beloved, what a blessed thing it is when the soul can, as it were, stretch itself upon the cross of Christ, and feel, “I am dead; the law has slain me, and I am therefore free from its power, because in my Surety I have borne the curse, and in the person of my Substitute the whole that the law could do, by way of condemnation, has been executed upon me, for I am crucified with Christ.”
But Paul meant even more than this. He not only believed in Christ’s death, and trusted in it, but he actually felt its power in himself in causing the crucifixion of his old corrupt nature. When he saw the pleasures of sin, he said, “I cannot enjoy these: I am dead to them.” Such is the experience of every true Christian. Having received Christ, he is to this world as one who is utterly dead.
Yet, while conscious of death to the world, he can, at the same time, exclaim with the apostle, “Nevertheless I live.” He is fully alive unto God. The Christian’s life is a matchless riddle. No worldling can comprehend it; even the believer himself cannot understand it. Dead, yet alive! crucified with Christ, and yet at the same time risen with Christ in newness of life!
Union with the suffering, bleeding Saviour, and death to the world and sin, are soul-cheering things. O for more enjoyment of them!
Glory to God on high. He is faithful He will make all thing new. Spiritual and material my God is able to do it. Praise the name of the Lord, alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!! In dominion world old things the Lord will new. Watch out!!!
Remember, we preach Christ crucified! (1Cor1:23). And am not ashamed of the gospel of our Lord Jesus (Rom 1:16), are you?
Remain blessed in the Lord.