He is alive Amen! He is alive, my Jesus is alive, forever He is alive Amen! // Magnify the Lord with me praising the Name of Jesus. Magnify the Lord with me, praising the Name of Jesus.
Our Father, we thank You, we bless Your Name. we worship You we adore You for Who You are. Thank You for Your mercies that endureth forever. You are God, You are so Great and Mighty are your Works. Thank You merciful Father, who is like unto Thee. Thank You for the gift of a new month. We are grateful.
Great are You Lord; nothing can be compared with You, we stand in awe of Who You are. Faithful Father, we thank You. Glory be Your Holy Name.
Beloved, how are doing? Hope you are good? We will continual bless the Name of the Lord for the privilege to be among those He love with an everlasting love. We will not incur His wrath in Jesus Name. Lift up your banner unto the One is and is yet to come. Praise God!
Today is our PCL day, glory be to God. We hear the mind of God concerning us. Just a quick recap. Our Father has spoken to us, ours is to believe him. God is the Almighty, therefore He has the capacity to bring His Word or our earnest request to pass. Praise the Lord. Whatever it is before you beloved, I will encourage you to bring before the Lord, He is more than Able to do it. We are complete in Him, praise God.
Beloved, today’s teaching is telling us what we ought to do when we receive a Word of promise or prophesy from God. A word from God ought to impart and gladden our lives.
Again God has spoken us from His Throne, we ought to believe Him and it shall come to past. Whatsoever we are standing for, let us be of this mind that it will surely come to past. Begin to profess the theme into your live and sooner than you imagine you will have it.
Tell yourself that concerning this month according to the Word of the Lord, I shall be glad, anything contrary to it shall be uprooted in Jesus Name. Remember without faith it is impossible to please God (Heb 11:6).
More so, we will be receiving instruction from the Lord on how to subject our flesh to the obedience of the Holy Spirit. Purge our sinful nature, resist the devil and live a holy life.
Beloved, let us stay far from the desires of flesh and built up ourselves in the Spirit. Praise God!
Come along with me as we discover God in reality:
Your words were found, and I ate them.
Your words became a delight to me
and the joy of my heart.—Jeremiah 15:16
If you were to receive a note from the leader of your country or someone famous, you would probably save it as a keepsake. How much more precious is a message from almighty God!
Sometimes we find ourselves in circumstances that are beyond our control. This was the case for Mary and Martha as they were grieving the death of their brother Lazarus. At these times a word from Jesus can bring much rejoicing (John 11:41–45). Other times when Jesus speaks, His words bring correction. “Get behind Me, Satan!” (Matt. 16:23) and “O you of little faith” (Matt. 14:31) do not seem to bring joy. Yet Jeremiah said that God’s word brought him joy.
It is overwhelming to consider that holy, almighty God would speak directly to us! What a privilege that He would care enough to challenge our destructive thoughts or practices. No matter whether His words are praising us or chastising us, we ought to consider it joy to receive life-changing words from our Master!
Every time we prepare to worship the Lord, we ought to do so with anticipation that almighty God may have something to say to us. Whenever we open our Bibles, we should expect that God has something to tell us in our time with Him. We ought to be far more concerned with what God will say to us during our prayer times than with what we intend to tell Him.
When you receive a word from your Lord, whether it be of praise or of correction, consider it joy that almighty God would speak to you.
Often times, the flesh works against the Word we receive from God, but thank God for the Spirit of God that help our infirmities, praise God!
“For the flesh lusteth against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh.” Galatians 5:17
In every believer’s heart there is a constant struggle between the old nature and the new. The old nature is very active, and loses no opportunity of plying all the weapons of its deadly armoury against newborn grace; while on the other hand, the new nature is ever on the watch to resist and destroy its enemy.
Grace within us will employ prayer, and faith, and hope, and love, to cast out the evil; it takes unto it the “whole armour of God,” and wrestles earnestly. These two opposing natures will never cease to struggle so long as we are in this world.
The battle of “Christian” with “Apollyon” lasted three hours, but the battle of Christian with himself lasted all the way from the Wicket Gate in the river Jordan. The enemy is so securely entrenched within us that he can never be driven out while we are in this body: but although we are closely beset, and often in sore conflict, we have an Almighty helper, even Jesus, the Captain of our salvation, who is ever with us, and who assures us that we shall eventually come off more than conquerors through Him.
With such assistance the new-born nature is more than a match for its foes. Are you fighting with the adversary today? Are Satan, the world, and the flesh, all against you? Be not discouraged nor dismayed.
Fight on! For God Himself is with you; Jehovah Nissi is your banner, and Jehovah Rophi is the healer of your wounds. Fear not, you shall overcome, for who can defeat Omnipotence? Fight on, “looking unto Jesus”; and though long and stern be the conflict, sweet will be the victory, and glorious the promised reward.
“From strength to strength go on;
Wrestle, and fight, and pray,
Tread all the powers of darkness down,
And win the well-fought day.”
Did you get that? We are asked to fight on, and never give up. God has given us His Word and He will never fail us, praise God.
Meditate in His Word. Have a wonderful weekend and see your next week by God’s grace. Praise the Lord.
Remain blessed in the Lord.