Blessed be the Name of the Lord. He is worthy to be praise and adorn. Lord we lift our Holy hands in one accord singing blessed be Thy Name, blessed be Thy Name of the Lord.// Holy are You Lord, all creatures call You Lord, Worthy is Your Name, we worship Your Majesty, Awesome God how Great Thy Are, You are God Mighty are you miracles, standing on Your Holy ground, Lord we bow and worship you.
Immortal, Invisible, Lord only Wise. Blessed Redeemer we worship You, thank You Father for blessed day you have for us to rejoice and be glad in it. Thank You Father for your faithfulness, glory be to Your Holy Name for ever and ever in Jesus Name.
Beloveth, the Lord that answers prayer will be your God indeed. Let God arise and His enemies be scattered. Our God is good and faithful to us. His Word are yea and Amen! We lift Him up because our lines are falling in pleasant places.
If the Lord has said it; He will also do it. All His Words are true and infallible. We not see it therefore we scared, we are afraid, but He said as far as you can see. Not only to you but also to your generation to come. (Gen 13:14-15)
That is why it is important that our fathers are strong in the place of prayer because they usually receive generational covenant for their generations to come. It is good that they walk blameless before God so that the Lord will bless them and honour them and their seeds will be blessed of the Lord (Ps 112:2).
Beloved, what are you trusting God for? What are those promises you received from the Lord? Will you trust Him that it will come to pass? It only the trustful that will see the Lord’s doing in the land of the living (Heb 11:6).
The Word of the Lord is Yea and Amen. It endureth for forever. (2Cor 1:20; 1Pet 1:25).
Let our faith be strong enough to trust and keep trusting. Don’t give up else the devil makes you a mix meat. Hold on to those Words and the hand of the Lord will bring it to pass.
“The land whereon thou liest, to thee will I give it.” Gen. 28:13
No promise is of private interpretation: it belongs not to one saint, but to all believers. If, my brother, thou canst in faith lie down upon a promise, and take thy rest thereon, it is thine. Where Jacob “lighted,” and tarried, and rested, there he took possession. Stretching his weary length upon the ground, with the stones of that place for his pillows, he little fancied that he was thus entering into ownership of the land; and yet so it was.
He saw in his dream that wondrous ladder which for all true believers unites earth and heaven; and surely where the foot of the ladder stood he must have a right to the soil, for otherwise he could not reach the divine stairway. All the promises of God are Yea and Amen in Christ Jesus; and as He is ours, every promise is ours if we will but lie down upon it in restful faith.
Come, weary one, use thy Lord’s words as thy pillows. Lie down in peace. Dream only of Him. Jesus is thy ladder of light. See the angels coming and going upon Him between thy soul and thy God; and be sure that the promise is thine own God-given portion, and that it will not be robbery for thee to take it to thyself, as spoken specially to thee.
Let get going:
“Do as thou hast said.” 2Samuel 7:25
God’s promises were never meant to be thrown aside as waste paper; He intended that they should be used. God’s gold is not miser’s money, but is minted to be traded with. Nothing pleases our Lord better than to see His promises put in circulation; He loves to see His children bring them up to Him, and say, “Lord, do as Thou hast said.”
We glorify God when we plead His promises. Do you think that God will be any the poorer for giving you the riches He has promised? Do you dream that He will be any the less holy for giving holiness to you? Do you imagine He will be any the less pure for washing you from your sins? He has said “Come now, and let us reason together, saith the Lord: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.”
Faith lays hold upon the promise of pardon, and it does not delay, saying, “This is a precious promise, I wonder if it be true?” but it goes straight to the throne with it, and pleads, “Lord, here is the promise, ‘Do as Thou hast said.'” Our Lord replies, “Be it unto thee even as thou wilt.”
When a Christian grasps a promise, if he do not take it to God, he dishonours Him; but when he hastens to the throne of grace, and cries, “Lord, I have nothing to recommend me but this, ‘Thou hast said it;'” then his desire shall be granted. Our heavenly Banker delights to cash His own notes. Never let the promise rust.
Draw the word of promise out of its scabbard, and use it with holy violence. Think not that God will be troubled by your importunately reminding Him of His promises. He loves to hear the loud outcries of needy souls. It is His delight to bestow favours. He is more ready to hear than you are to ask.
The sun is not weary of shining, nor the fountain of flowing. It is God’s nature to keep His promises; therefore go at once to the throne with “Do as Thou hast said.”
Yes Lord “do as Thou hast said.” Is someone saying it right now. Are you holding God at His Word now! Beloved it will be unto you as you have pleaded.
Remain blessed in the Lord.