Glory be to God, Alleluia. Glory be to God, Alleluia. Glory be to the Lord in the highest, Alleluia! You are a Mighty God, The Great I Am, Alleluia, Alleluia!! What a Might God we serve, Alleluia, What a Mighty God we serve, heaven and earth adore Him, angles bow before Him, what a Mighty God we serve. Amen.
Indeed You are God and Maker of all the universe. Thank You for such a time like this. We grateful unto You Lord. Let Your Name alone be praise forever more. Thank You Father. Blessed be Your Holy Name.
Come dear beloved with me this blessed day to thank God for His faithfulness that never fail. He is God and from everlasting to everlasting He remaineth the same. What He said He will do that is what He will do. Indeed He is Jehovah, blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever. Amen!
The Sovereignty of God. What do we mean by this expression? We mean the supremacy of God, the kingship of God, the god-hood of God. To say that God is Sovereign is to declare that God is God. To say that God is Sovereign is to declare that He is the Most High, doing according to His will in the army of Heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth, so that none can stay His hand or say unto Him what doest Thou? (Daniel 4:35).
To say that God is Sovereign is to declare that He is the Almighty, the Possessor of all power in Heaven and earth, so that none can defeat His counsels, thwart His purpose, or resist His will (Psalms 115:3). To say that God is Sovereign is to declare that He is “The Governor among the nations” (Psalms 22:28), setting up kingdoms, overthrowing empires, and determining the course of dynasties as pleaseth Him best. To say that God is Sovereign is to declare that He is the “Only Potentate, the King of kings, and Lord of lords” (1 Timothy 6:15). The sovereignty of God is most defined in 1 Chr 29:11.
Is there any difference from the God of the bible time and now? The conception of Deity which prevails most widely today, even among those who profess to give heed to the Scriptures, is a miserable caricature, a blasphemous travesty of the Truth. The God of the twentieth century is a helpless, effeminate being who commands the respect of no really thoughtful man. The God of the popular mind is the creation of maudlin sentimentality. The God of many a present-day pulpit is an object of pity rather than of awe-inspiring reverence.
Coming to the subject of the day, most often we settle for less because we do not believe in the supremacy of God. God’s ability to bring to pass what He said he will do, therefore we settle for less and turnaround to blame Him for everything. Further consideration at the message before us:
Call to Me and I will answer you and tell you great and wondrous things you do not know.—Jeremiah 33:3
Too often we settle for much less than what God wants to do through us. We read in Jeremiah 32:27: “I am the Lord, the God of all flesh. Is anything too hard for Me?” and we answer, “No Lord.” Yet, when we face difficult situations we begin to qualify our belief in God and lower our expectations of what God will do. It is one thing to believe God could perform a miracle in the Bible, or a thousand years ago, or even in the life of a friend; it is quite another matter to wholeheartedly believe God can do anything He chooses to do in our lives!
When almighty God speaks to us, what we do next proves what we believe about Him, regardless of what we say. God revealed to Moses His plan to orchestrate the greatest exodus in human history, and He wanted to use Moses to accomplish it. Moses responded by arguing with God! Moses was overwhelmed by what he heard and began to make excuses for why he could not participate in God’s activity.
Moses would have readily acknowledged his belief in God’s power, he simply did not believe God could do His miraculous work through his life. Moses’ argument with God limited his ministry for the rest of his life (Exod. 4:13–16).
Do you sense there may be far more that God wants to do through your life than what you have been experiencing? Ask God to show you what it is, then be prepared to respond in faith and obedience to what He tells you.
How we all too sudden to condemn those that fail in their assignment why we are parking of the same mistake every day. The sovereignty is telling us that we are but mortal. Sometime we think that we are standing but the Word of God tells us to take heed we that think we are standing least we fall (1 Cor 10:12).
The race set before us is such that must be run with the help of God. Standing on His promise that cannot fail. Beloved, come and read more on the fear to fear:
“Be not afraid of their faces: for I am with thee to deliver thee, saith the Lord.” Jer. 1:8
Whenever fear comes in and makes us falter, we are in danger of falling into sin. Conceit is to be dreaded, but so is cowardice. “Dare to be a Daniel.” Our great Captain should be served by brave soldiers.
What a reason for bravery is here! God is with those who are with Him. God will never be away when the hour of struggle comes. Do they threaten you? Who are you that you should be afraid of a man that shall die? Will you lose your situation? Your God whom you serve will find bread and water for His servants. Can you not trust Him? Do they pour ridicule upon you? Will this break your bones or your heart? Bear it for Christ’s sake, and even rejoice because of it.
God is with the true, the just, the holy, to deliver them; and He will deliver you. Remember how Daniel came out of the lions’ den, and the three holy children out of the furnace. Yours is not so desperate a case as theirs; but if it were, the Lord would bear you through, and make you more than a conqueror.
Fear to fear. Be afraid to be afraid. Your worst enemy is within your own bosom. Get to your knees and cry for help, and then rise up saying, “I will trust, and not be afraid.”
Most of the things we fear does not exist but the enemy of our souls use it to bind the mind captive. May the truth in the Word of God set us free and we will be free in indeed in Jesus Name. Build up your faith base on the Word (1 Cor 16:13) for “With God all things are possible” that is the sovereignty of God.
Remain blessed in the Lord.