Let the Living water flow over my soul, let Holy Spirit come and take control of every situation that troubles my mind all my care and burden unto Thee I come, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, sing to the Father, Father, Father, Father, sing to Spirit, Spirit, Spirit, Spirit.// Who is like unto thee O Lord! Who is like unto thee, O my God among the gods who is like thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in praises doing wonders alleluia.
Heavenly Father we thank and Praise Your Holy Name. How wonderful are works among men. Thank You Faithful Redeemer, for You are God, all power belongs to You, Great and Mighty are You Lord. We bow before You and Praise and worship You forever in Jesus Name. Excellent Jehovah be magnify in Jesus Name.
Beloved, how was your weekend? Hope God has been good to you? Let us Praise the Name of Jehovah whose Right Hand can do all things, Faithful is His Name. He is God and power belongs to Him. We are in a new week and by the grace of God our God is more than able to do that which we are trusting Him to do for us.
Our topic today is telling us the worthy of God’s Word. How have been receiving God’s Word before now? Is it with reverence or business as usually? Have you been treating it like any than other word you received or do you take God’s words sacred?
We are meant not only to reverence God’s Word but also to rejoice in it. Why do I say that? Jeremiah did it and brought blessings to him. so we have to do the same and be blessed.
We have to spend time in the Word of God, mediate therein so that we will discover the Spirit in the Word (Jn 6:63). How excellent, how wonderful are your works O Lord! glory be to God on high. Help us Holy Spirit of God to find the Word and eat it in Jesus Name.
We will also discuss about the young man who keep the all the commandment of God right from when he was a child and how He his end was. We are going to draw a line between these men in the old and new Testament and watch our ways. Praise the Lord.
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.
“Good Master.” Matthew 19:16
If the young man in the gospel used this title in speaking to our Lord, how much more fitly may I thus address Him! He is indeed my Master in both senses, a ruling Master and a teaching Master. I delight to run upon His errands, and to sit at His feet. I am both His servant and His disciple, and count it my highest honour to own the double character.
If He should ask me why I call Him ” good,” I should have a ready answer. It is true that “there is none good but one, that is, God,” but then He is God, and all the goodness of Deity shines forth in Him. In my experience, I have found Him good, so good, indeed, that all the good I have has come to me through Him.
He was good to me when I was dead in sin, for He raised me by His Spirit’s power; He has been good to me in all my needs, trials, struggles, and sorrows. Never could there be a better Master, for His service is freedom, His rule is love: I wish I were one thousandth part as good a servant. When He teaches me as my Rabbi, He is unspeakably good, His doctrine is divine, His manner is condescending, His spirit is gentleness itself.
No error mingles with His instruction—pure is the golden truth which He brings forth, and all His teachings lead to goodness, sanctifying as well as edifying the disciple. Angels find Him a good Master and delight to pay their homage at His footstool. The ancient saints proved Him to be a good Master, and each of them rejoiced to sing, “I am Thy servant, O Lord!” My own humble testimony must certainly be to the same effect.
I will bear this witness before my friends and neighbors, for possibly they may be led by my testimony to seek my Lord Jesus as their Master. O that they would do so! They would never repent so wise a deed. If they would but take His easy yoke, they would find themselves in so royal a service that they would enlist in it for ever.
Yes! I will be willing to go on the Master bidding whatsoever it may be. I will be willing to draw others to Christ by character and way of life. I will not draw back but I will be an ensign to draw others to God. May God help me in Jesus Name.
On this note we declare this week open and by the grace of God we return on Friday with great testimonies in Jesus Name. Have a wonderful encounter with God as you read, study and meditate in God’s Word. Amen!
Remain blessed in the Lord.