Who is like unto Thee O Lord! Who is like unto Thee O Lord! among the gods who is Thee You are glorious in holiness, fearful in praising doing wonders alleluia. Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable You are the Lord! Unquestionable, Unquestionable, Unquestionable You are the Lord!
I will exalt You forever for indeed You are unquestionable. Thank You gracious Father for giving us another blessed week to be all You have made us to be. Thank You for the blessings You have bestowed upon so far and the very blessings You have in store for us, glory be to Your Name alone.
Beloved, Great is our God! Thank God for the grace available to us, alleluia Amen! The heaven and earth are the work of our God; He is beautiful in all situation. What a Wonder He is, though some people may have their giving about the creation but we must not forget that God created the universe with Word of His mouth. And the thoughts of men are not half close His thought . Let us be careful on what or who we believe in.
The Psalmist in these Psalm declare the works of God chapter 19; 29; 114; and Gen chapter 1 said it all as it was from the beginning, so what more?
Join me as we get down to the basis and get more from our ministration for the day: isa 65:17
Now the eye of the Lord is on those who fear Him—those who depend on His faithful love.—Psalm 33:18
A modern writer tells how once he asked an old man how he managed to live alone in a single cottage, miles from anywhere. The old man answered cheerfully that he enjoyed it since, as he explained: “Providence is my next-door neighbor.”
Despite what many politicians and scientists tell us, the problems of this earth are not physical but spiritual. It is not overpopulation that requires our attention, but spiritual ignorance. If people came into a knowledge of Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior, then they would be given the wisdom to use the earth’s resources rightly. Murray Norris in his book, The Myth of Overpopulation, says that only fifteen percent of the arable land on the globe is being farmed, and only half of that every year. It goes without saying, of course, that although God supplies the basic necessities, people have to put some effort into harvesting them; our problem is not lack of resources, nor too many people—it is our lack of dependency upon God.
Paul, in 1 Timothy 4:3, says that God has created all food “to be received with gratitude by those who believe and know the truth.” Can you see what this verse is saying? God has provided us an incredible abundance of food so that we might express our thanks to Him.
The rest of the world indulges with little gratitude. Let’s make sure that not one day passes without this prayer meaningfully crossing our lips: “Give us each day our daily bread.”
O Father, now that I understand the significance of Your words, “Give us each day our daily bread,” help me, every time I utter them, to make them not just a recitation, but a realization. For Jesus’ sake. Amen.
How does James relate faith and works?
What is Paul’s exhortation?
And He has not change; will never change, He is still in the business of doing / calling into being whatever you may desire of Him so whatever you are be going through, He is more than enough for you (Exo 4:11).
He is more than enough for us. He kept His promise to Abraham; He will still keep His to you. Declare a thing and the Lord will establish it. Dearly beloved, on this note we declare the week open, go in the knowledge that God is all in all for us and return at the end of the week with testimonies in Jesus Name.
Remain blessed in the Lord.