I will praise Your Name, I will praise Your Name. If nobody will praise Your Name, I will praise Your Name 2x Alleluia, I will praise Your Name. Thank You thank You Lord Thank You Lord Thank You for everything You have done.
Father, we Thank You Lord for another opportunity in Your presence, glory be to Your Holy Name forever. We are grateful Lord for Your all through this week and we come to say Thank You. Merciful Father, we thank Lord for being there for us fighting our battles and defending our course. Glory be to Your Name for ever and ever.
Is Friday! Are you exciting, I am because is PCL and it is going to be a wonderful session. Praise the Lord. Today’s PCL will be accompanying with praise or what more can you offer God more than praise.
Beloved, as it was announced to us we are in for season that will settle every outstanding issues in your life forever, we scale height and leap over the walls alleluia!
Beloved, be battle ready, guide your loins, and put on the whole armour of God as we were told to run through the month to enter into the victory that our Lord Jesus has won for us.
For today we will run on praises to usher in the new month and with songs of praise in our mouth, we will enter into our victory. Praise God.
What do we have here to consider, we are looking at our Father, our Holiest example. Be ready to be just like Him if you want to enter into you full dominion. (1Pet 1:13-16).
“I have set the Lord always before me: because he is at my right hand, I shall not be moved.” Ps. 16:8
This is the way to live. With God always before us, we shall have the noblest companionship, the holiest example, the sweetest consolation, and the mightiest influence. This must be a resolute act of the mind. “I have set,” and it must be maintained as a set and settled thing. Always to have an eye to the Lord’s eye, and an ear for the Lord’s voice — this is the right state for the godly man.
His God is near him, filling the horizon of his vision, leading the way of his life, and furnishing the theme of his meditation. What vanities we should avoid, what sins we should overcome, what virtues we should exhibit, what joys we should experience if we did indeed set the Lord always before us! Why not?
This is the way to be safe. The Lord being ever in our minds, we come to feel safety and certainty because of His being so near. He is at our right hand to guide and aid us; and hence we are not moved by fear, nor force, nor fraud, nor fickleness. When God stands at a man’s right hand, that man is himself sure to stand.
Come on, then, ye foemen of the truth! Rush against me like a furious tempest, if ye will. God upholds me. God abides with me. Whom shall I fear?
Yes, who shall fear except the Lord. Beloved if the God is with us who can be against us? Praise Lord! O my soul and all that is with me praise His Holy Name. Come with me dear beloved, let’s us make a melody to the King of kings.
“O that men would praise the Lord for His goodness, and for His wonderful works to the children of men.” Psalm 107:8
If we complained less, and praised more, we should be happier, and God would be more glorified. Let us daily praise God for common mercies—common as we frequently call them, and yet so priceless, that when deprived of them we are ready to perish.
Let us bless God for the eyes with which we behold the sun, for the health and strength to walk abroad, for the bread we eat, for the raiment we wear. Let us praise Him that we are not cast out among the hopeless, or confined amongst the guilty; let us thank Him for liberty, for friends, for family associations and comforts; let us praise Him, in fact, for everything which we receive from His bounteous hand, for we deserve little, and yet are most plenteously endowed.
But, beloved, the sweetest and the loudest note in our songs of praise should be of redeeming love. God’s redeeming acts towards His chosen are for ever the favourite themes of their praise. If we know what redemption means, let us not withhold our sonnets of thanksgiving. We have been redeemed from the power of our corruptions, uplifted from the depth of sin in which we were naturally plunged.
We have been led to the cross of Christ—our shackles of guilt have been broken off; we are no longer slaves, but children of the living God, and can antedate the period when we shall be presented before the throne without spot or wrinkle or any such thing. Even now by faith we wave the palm-branch and wrap ourselves about with the fair linen which is to be our everlasting array, and shall we not unceasingly give thanks to the Lord our Redeemer?
Child of God, canst thou be silent? Awake, awake, ye heritors of glory, and lead your captivity captive, as ye cry with David, “Bless the Lord, O my soul: and all that is within me, bless His holy name.” Let the new month begin with new songs.
Let the new month begins with new song as we walk over our struggles and challenges in Jesus Name!
Once again we are in for a beautiful time in God’s presence at this season. Pick up your harp, cymbals and flute and make melody to the Lord most high.
Be of good cheers. Merry dear beloved and the agents of devil on fire as the chariots of fire carry your melody on high.
Have a wonderful weekend. See you next week by the grace of God.
Remain blessed in the Lord.