There are three hands in the clock
One for hours, one for minutes, one for seconds
Jesus made everything beautiful
If only I will wait for His time.
In His time x2
He makes all things beautiful in His time.
Lord, please show me every day as You are teaching me Your way
That You make things beautiful in Your time.
Beloved, what an awesome moment we had in God’s presence in the month of May. Despite all the up and down that came with it, but it is all part of life and growth. Praise God.
We are grateful to the Almighty Father, Who is so gracious and kind to His children. Who promised us that He will not allow our feet to be moved. Father, we are grateful unto the Thee O! Lord of heaven and earth. Blessed be Thy Holy Name forever.
Ancient of Days, here we are again in this new month at Your feet to hear from You, speak to us through the vessels You have prepared and set apart for Your people. Fill them to overflowing, release Your strength upon them to accomplish Your works in Jesus Name. Amen!
Beloved, we are glad to announce to you the package the Lord has set to beautify you in this month of June. The prophetic word for the month of June 2014 is “our month of BLESSEDNESS”- Ps 112.
Be ready as the Lord is set to bless you beyond your imagination. Only be in the place of obedience and you will sing and shout with joy and rejoicing.
Come along with me to see what happens when your blessing comes from God:
“Ye shall serve the Lord your God, and he shall bless thy bread, and thy water.” Exod. 23:25
What a promise is this! To serve God is in itself a high delight. But what an added privilege to have the blessing of the Lord resting upon us in all things! Our commonest things become blessed when we ourselves are consecrated to the Lord. Our Lord Jesus took bread and blessed it; behold, we also eat of blessed bread. Jesus blessed water and made it wine: the water which we drink is far better to us than any of the wine with which men make merry; every drop has a benediction in it. The divine blessing is on the man of God in everything, and it shall abide with him at every time.
What if we have only bread and water! Yet it is blessed bread and water. Bread and water we shall have. That is implied, for it must be there for God to bless it. “Thy bread shall be given thee, and thy waters shall be sure.” With God at our table, we not only ask a blessing, but we have one. It is not only at the altar but at the table that He blesses us. He serves those well who serve Him well. This table-blessing is not of debt, but of grace. Indeed, there is a troubled grace; He grants us grace to serve Him, by His grace feeds us with bread, and then in His grace blesses it.
What a blessing to eat with the Lord by your side. Peradventure you are not convinced by the message above considering all that you might gone through before now. We are in the sixth month of the year, that is, half of the year gone and the plans of the first quarter and the second quarter are yet to pull through.
Never mind dear beloved, don’t forget the song that ushered you into this month of Blessedness, said “In His time” “not your time”. Our God does not dwell in “Time” for He is “Infinite”. In fact the song I wrote up there was sang by my children as they were about to leaving the house to school. I quickly ask them to sing it again while I pen it down. So you can see that I was not as bright early this morning but the Lord encouraged me and I am doing same to you. Our heart desire will He grant unto us as we listen, obey and fellow Him.
However, we are going to do a little exercise of our mind and brain. Come as we fall back to our memory lane to recall not only that which God are yet to do but also the ones He has done and even that He did without our asking so that we can receive help:
“This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope.” Lamentations 3:21
Memory is frequently the bondslave of despondency. Despairing minds call to remembrance every dark foreboding in the past, and dilate upon every gloomy feature in the present; thus memory, clothed in sackcloth, presents to the mind a cup of mingled gall and wormwood.
There is, however, no necessity for this. Wisdom can readily transform memory into an angel of comfort. That same recollection which in its left hand brings so many gloomy omens, may be trained to bear in its right a wealth of hopeful signs. She need not wear a crown of iron, she may encircle her brow with a fillet of gold, all spangled with stars.
Thus it was in Jeremiah’s experience: in the previous verse memory had brought him to deep humiliation of soul: “My soul hath them still in remembrance, and is humbled in me”; and now this same memory restored him to life and comfort. “This I recall to my mind, therefore have I hope.” Like a two-edged sword, his memory first killed his pride with one edge, and then slew his despair with the other.
As a general principle, if we would exercise our memories more wisely, we might, in our very darkest distress, strike a match which would instantaneously kindle the lamp of comfort. There is no need for God to create a new thing upon the earth in order to restore believers to joy; if they would prayerfully rake the ashes of the past, they would find light for the present; and if they would turn to the book of truth and the throne of grace, their candle would soon shine as aforetime.
Be it ours to remember the lovingkindness of the Lord, and to rehearse His deeds of grace. Let us open the volume of recollection which is so richly illuminated with memorials of mercy, and we shall soon be happy. Thus memory may be, as Coleridge calls it, “the bosom-spring of joy,” and when the Divine Comforter bends it to His service, it may be chief among earthly comforters.
Beloved, in this month of Blessedness”, the Lord will you comfort from all sides in Jesus Name. You will experience a height you never imagine, but I will ask of one thing, make sure you fellow us by reading your devotional daily and your eyes will be open to those areas your break through is hidden. Once again welcome to the “Month of Blessedness” as declared by the Lord.
Remain blessed in the Lord.