Who is like unto Thee O! Lord, who is like unto Thee, O Lord! among the gods who is like Thee, You are glorious in Holiness fearful in Praising doing wonder alleluia, alleluia.// Ancient days as old as You are, as Old as are, You will never change. Ancient days as old as You are, as Old as are, You will never change.
Yes! the God we serve will never change, He remineth the same. Great and mighty is our God, thank You blessed Redeemer for all the good things You have for us, indeed great and Mighty is our God. thank You for another privilege to pray and break through, glory, honour, adoration to Him alone in Jesus Name.
Father we come before Your to worship and magnify your Holy Name, answer us by fire in Jesus Name. Come down in Your glory and show compassion upon us, let our prayer come up to You as living sacrifice and may our blessings descend on us in Jesus Name.
Beloved, Jesus asked his disciple “Who do people say I am?”. And they give Him many answers ranging from John the Baptist, Elias, prophets. And upon asking them “who you think I am? And Peter answereth and saith unto Him, “Thou art the Christ.” (Mk 8:27- 29) but He charged them not to speak to no one.
Beloved, if you are asked the same question today, “Who will you say Jesus is?” “Who is God to you?” “ Who is the Holy Spirit in your own interpretation?”
Like I spent time explaining during the Father’s day celebration, so many people relates to God with the relationship they had with their Father, some others do relates to God by some degree of strictness, seeing God as a commander and a demander. But that is not who our God is. So many references in the bible call God by powerful and compassionate names,
And this make you to begin to wonder when the enemy of our soul begin to cause to either doubt God or question His love for us. Praise the Lord. beloved are you in doubt of who God is. Be it known to you that our God is Ever lasting, Caring and Loving His children and Providing for our needs and healing our infirmities.
Beloved, once again I ask you “what is your primary view of God? come along with us for more:
Our Primary View of Him
Listen, Shepherd of Israel, who leads Joseph like a flock.—Psalm 80:1
Why did David choose to think of God as his Shepherd? The picture of God we carry deep in our hearts is the one we relate to whenever we find ourselves surrounded by trouble or difficulties. But perhaps what is more important is this—we will interpret every event of our lives in accordance with the inner picture that we have of Him.
When I have asked people during counseling to describe to me their primary view of God, I have been surprised that so often they see Him not as a loving Shepherd but as an austere and stern Judge. God is a Judge, of course—as David discovered when he committed adultery with Bathsheba—but that is not His primary relationship to His children. Someone has pointed out that the two most beautiful illustrations of God’s relationship to His people given in Scripture are those of a Father and a Shepherd. It is interesting also that the two best-known passages in the whole of God’s Word—the Lord’s Prayer and Psalm 23—use these analogies.
What kind of picture of God, I wonder, do you carry deep down in your heart? If your primary view of God is as a Judge, then you will tend to interpret your problems as God’s judgment upon you, rather than an opportunity to experience in your troubles His tender love and care. Make no mistake about it—the image of God that you carry deep in your heart is the one that you will relate to in a moment of crisis.
O Father, help me develop a true image of You in my heart: a picture that is exposed, not from my own feelings and ideas about You, but from the principles that lie hidden in Your precious Word. In Jesus’ name I ask it. Amen.
How has God revealed Himself to us?
What is your picture of God?
Have you made the prayer above? To see God just like He is “True and Holy” love and Kindness is His nature. Beloved, take this prayer serious and pray to God to give you the revelation view of who He is truly is. (2Cor 7:1) Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!
Father answers us as we pray today in Jesus Name. Beloved, ask God to help you never to see Him from the window of your circumstances or situations, Praise the Lord
Remain blessed in the Lord.