Jesus You are my good God, I will forever following You…there is nothing You cannot do…I will forever following You….Jesus… 2x// Let the Living Water flow over my soul…let the Holy Spirit come and take control of every situation that troubles my heart, all my care and burden unto Thee I come…. Jesus, Jesus, Jesus… Calling Father, Father, Father, Father…. Calling Spirit, Spirit, Spirit, Spirit….
Our Father we thank You, we bless Your Holy Name! we adore Thee, we give You Praise…we magnify You Father, for only You is God and only You remaineth forever and ever… Thank You gracious Father, thank You for the great and Mighty things You are doing in our midst, Father we cannot thank You enough, be Thou exalted O! Lord, be Thou magnify Jehovah in Jesus Name!!!
Jehovah is your Name…Jehovah is Your Name! Jehovah is Your Name!!! Mighty warrior, Great in battle… Jehovah is Your Name….// How Excellent is Your Name O God!!! 2x How Excellent is Your Name x3 O! God!
I am thanking You Lord for who You are what You have done in my life Lord… I am thanking You for Who You are what You have done Dan Sakari Baba….
Beloveth are Praising our Father along with us… come let us worship and bow down ….
We ought praise God Whose Word is yea and Amen! Whose thoughts and plan towards us are for good and for evil. Let us magnify Him forever because in Him there is no end… do you know He answers prayer… O yes He answers prayer…the God I serve answers prayer…my Jesus answers prayer…
It so interesting to know that our God answers prayers whenever we pray..though often times it might be as we wanted or desires but He knows the best for us all we need do is cooperate with the Holy Spirit and at the end we will know or see that God knows the best for us …amen…
Beloveth as children of God our desires should often be to have fellowship with Him not because of what we will gain from Him (gifts) but to know Him better…when we relate with God with the later it means that we are creating a room to know Him deeply and trust too.
In our studies today we see the prophet displaying absolute trust in God Who knew him before He formed him in the womb and ordained him a prophet (Jer 1:5).
Beloveth do we display absolute trust in God our Maker. Do we trust Him that He has our best at heart? That He gets our back covered even in that situation that seem unpalatable? The year is gradually coming to an end but I want to reassured you that every promise of God for you concerning this year must be fulfilled. He will cause it to happen at his own time but you must keep praying and keep believing and the Lord will come through ofr you in Jesus Name.
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“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.
Yes! a grateful heart must always give thanks to God not minding what he is going through at the moment. We must cultivate a grateful heart. We must uphold God in the highest esteem knowing that we are but worms but He is the Mighty One, Creator of heaven and earth and no one who trust in him shall be confounded (1 Pet 2:6).
Let us in our various corners confess to Him “Lord I know that hast pleaded the causes of my soul; Thou hast redeemed my life” as you say that may the Spirit of God help your infirmities in Jesus Name…
Remain blessed in the Lord.