I will sing unto the Lord a joyful song, I will praise His Name for the Lord is good x2.// I will lift up Jesus higher, I will lift up Jesus higher, O Jehovah, Alpha, Omega, I will lift up Jesus higher!
Father, we Thank You, we bless Your Holy Name, we worship You we give You praise, we adore You, we honour forever and ever.
We Thank You Lord for the gift of a new month. You were Awesome all through the month of March and we are not believing for lest in this new month. We know and we are confident that You will show forth Your power in our midst in Jesus Name.
Beloved, are you happy? We are in second quarter of the year, Faithful is our God to do that which no one will ever do for us. We are glad to welcome you to this wonderful month of the Lord “Our month of Dominion through the love of Christ Jesus”.
Ever experienced the love of God before now? Beloved, thank God for it is of Jehovah’s lovingkindnesses that we are not consumed, because His compassions fail not- Lam 3:22 (ASV).
What else can we say? The love of God shield us from the eternal destruction that are await us but for His love. He give us His only begotten Son to die so that we might live.
Lord, we return to give You thanks, we no longer fear death knowing that it is a transition from this present world to our eternal home- heaven. Praise be the Living Jesus, Who stayed focus and deliver that which was expected of Him. Praise the Name of the Lord, Who died and was risen to live forever and ever.
My beloveth, come with me as we see the faithfulness of our Jesus whose love reconciled us to His Father:
“My beloved.” Song 2:8
This was a golden name which the ancient Church in her most joyous moments was wont to give to the Anointed of the Lord. When the time of the singing of birds was come, and the voice of the turtle was heard in her land, her love-note was sweeter than either, as she sang, “My beloved is mine and I am His: He feedeth among the lilies.”
Ever in her song of songs doth she call Him by that delightful name, “My beloved!” Even in the long winter, when idolatry had withered the garden of the Lord, her prophets found space to lay aside the burden of the Lord for a little season, and to say, as Esaias did, “Now will I sing to my well-beloved a song of my beloved touching His vineyard.” Though the saints had never seen His face, though as yet He was not made flesh, nor had dwelt among us, nor had man beheld His glory, yet He was the consolation of Israel, the hope and joy of all the chosen, the “beloved” of all those who were upright before the Most High.
We, in the summer days of the Church, are also wont to speak of Christ as the best beloved of our soul, and to feel that He is very precious, the “chiefest among ten thousand, and the altogether lovely.” So true is it that the Church loves Jesus, and claims Him as her beloved, that the apostle dares to defy the whole universe to separate her from the love of Christ, and declares that neither persecutions, distress, affliction, peril, or the sword have been able to do it; nay, he joyously boasts, “In all these things we are more than conquerors through Him that loved us.”
O that we knew more of Thee, Thou ever precious one!
My sole possession is Thy love;
In earth beneath, or heaven above,
I have no other store;
And though with fervent suit I pray,
And importune Thee day by day,
I ask Thee nothing more.
This love is immeasurable dear beloveth, and we cannot but count ourselves blessed to be found in such a great love as such that Calvary stood for. Read more:
“And she did eat, and was sufficed, and left.” Ruth 2:14
Whenever we are privileged to eat of the bread which Jesus gives, we are, like Ruth, satisfied with the full and sweet repast. When Jesus is the host no guest goes empty from the table. Our head is satisfied with the precious truth which Christ reveals; our heart is content with Jesus, as the altogether lovely object of affection; our hope is satisfied, for whom have we in heaven but Jesus? and our desire is satiated, for what can we wish for more than “to know Christ and to be found in Him”?
Jesus fills our conscience till it is at perfect peace; our judgment with persuasion of the certainty of His teachings; our memory with recollections of what He has done, and our imagination with the prospects of what He is yet to do. As Ruth was “sufficed, and left,” so is it with us. We have had deep draughts; we have thought that we could take in all of Christ; but when we have done our best we have had to leave a vast remainder.
We have sat at the table of the Lord’s love, and said, “Nothing but the infinite can ever satisfy me; I am such a great sinner that I must have infinite merit to wash my sin away;” but we have had our sin removed, and found that there was merit to spare; we have had our hunger relieved at the feast of sacred love, and found that there was a redundance of spiritual meat remaining.
There are certain sweet things in the Word of God which we have not enjoyed yet, and which we are obliged to leave for awhile; for we are like the disciples to whom Jesus said, “I have yet many things to say unto you, but ye cannot bear them now.” Yes, there are graces to which we have not attained; places of fellowship nearer to Christ which we have not reached; and heights of communion which our feet have not climbed.
At every banquet of love there are many baskets of fragments left. Let us magnify the liberality of our glorious Boaz.
The love of God is incomparable; for God is love. He will not run out it; for that is who He is. He will not be tried of loving us; for that His very nature. Are you ready to dominate your world through the love of Christ?
When Peter failed Christ, He did not sent away but rather He restored him back and asked him to “feed my lamb” Jn 22: 15-17.
Today, God through our Lord Jesus Christ is looking out for that man; that woman that will feed His lamb. Will that be you?
Once again, you are welcome into your “month of dominion through the love of Christ Jesus”
See you next week God’s willing, have a blessed weekend.
Remain blessed in the Lord.