The Lord reign! 2x let the earth rejoice!2x and the people rejoice, the Lord God reign!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!.// Heavenly God Your Name is Wonderful, Your Name is Excellent, Your Name is Beautiful, we worship Your Lord for You are Mighty, You got the whole world in Your Hand, You got the whole world in Your hand 4x.

Glorious God, indeed You got the whole world in Your hand, how excellent how wonderful You are, faithful are You Lord. Thank You for You liveth forever more. O Lord my God! how Excellent are You Lord. Thank You for another day in Your presence O Lord, how wonderful are You Lord! Thank You for the gift of life most gracious Father we are grateful to You and we bow down to worship Thee, Amen!

Arise o God let thy enemies be scatter! This is usually the cry of someone in distress. When you are overwhelmed with happenings around you, when you not seeing clearly of what tomorrow holds for you, when sense evil all around you, when evil men and women are plotting and manipulating things around you, often times we rise a voice of cry in our supplication and cry to God for his intervention in our situation (Ps 3:7; Ps 10:12; Ps 59:5; Ps 74:22; Ps 82:8,).

It has also been observed that not all the time do people who are afflicted or in pain seek God’s intervention. Experiences have it that oftentimes people seek revenge to their hurts, they take on the battle and fight, they revenge their hurt on the premises that God is slow in avenging for our hurt.

Why are we bring this topic up when we should talking about faith? Beloved, this very topic is so important to this class that we must take it all most of us will not receive from the arena of faith. What is evangelist talking about? Revenge is a twin tool with unforgiveness. And the Father we are walk with is too Holy to behold iniquity. No matter the level of faith you are have and you abhor unforgiveness in your heart beloved, some prayers will not be answered.

I have also observed that the devil uses this tools to hinder our answers to so many prayers we spent hours breaking heaven open, is very possible that the person you refuse to forgive but plan avenging on have the key to your breakthrough or next level lifting.

Therefore it became paramount that we bring up this topic so that many people will be free to receive from the table of faith. God said “vengeance is mine” why then do you want to be engaging in useless battles and fighting unending wars while you should be basking in the victories Jesus has won for You on the cross.

If God said I will repay, why bother who is doing what? The goodnews is that God is too careful to let anyone of children to be hurt. For whatever He allows is to work out His righteousness in us.

Beloved, let us cease to revenge but allow God to avenge our course and we will be free from disease and sorrow. So many disease all around the world resulting in tumor, cancer, strokes, hypertension, leading to paralysis and mental cases, depression are as result of unforgiveness and the plot to revenge.

When we exhibit such an attitude, we are saying we don’t trust God. We place no faith in Him and God will stand aside and watch you battle over what has already been won before you came into being. Praise God.

David on several occasion call on God to fight his battles for him likewise some many prophets of old, why are the children of this age seeking revenge by themselves. Is terrible if you ask me.

Let us trust God we will later also read from the message below and we will rejoice and be glad at what we are becoming and how God will eventually arrest our arrestors in Jesus Name.

Come as we look into today’s teaching and gain more knowledge and liberty:

Friends, do not avenge yourselves; instead, leave room for His wrath. For it is written: Vengeance belongs to Me; I will repay, says the Lord.—Romans 12:19


One of the hardest areas in which to trust God is in the matter of justice. When we perceive an injustice, we want to see the guilty party punished. We want justice to prevail, especially if we are the victim. We become impatient if we are not avenged quickly. Yet God warns us that vengeance is not our prerogative. We are to desire justice, but we are not to seek vengeance (Mic. 6:8). When someone offends us, our responsibility is to respond to the offense with forgiveness (Matt. 5:44). God takes the responsibility to see that justice is done. God loves people too much to allow sin to go unchecked.

Peter claimed that God is not slow about His promises to us, but He is patient and long-suffering before He brings about judgment (2 Pet. 3:9). Yet ultimately God has prepared for absolute justice. There will be no sin committed that He will leave unpunished. Either the punishment will fall on His Son or it will be charged against the sinner, but everyone will ultimately give an account for everything they have done (2 Cor. 5:10).

God is absolutely just, and only He can ensure that justice is fully carried out. If we are impatient and seek revenge, we presume that we are wiser than God, and we reveal a blatant lack of trust that God will do the right thing. Only by trusting God’s sovereign wisdom will we be free from our anger and preoccupation toward those who have committed evil. If we refuse to trust God’s justice, we become enslaved to bitterness and anger. We must guard our hearts and trust God to exercise His judgment against those who oppose Him.

Yes! I think we have a better understanding when we know that those who wedge wars against us is in the real sense fighting against God else the battle is not for You but for God Himself, when we come to that realization we will then do what the next message is  saying. Then you will walk in triumph and simple rejoice in Him, Jesus Your Savior, read on:

“Let Israel rejoice in him.” Psalm 149:2


Be glad of heart, O believer, but take care that thy gladness has its spring in the Lord. Thou hast much cause for gladness in thy God, for thou canst sing with David, “God, my exceeding joy.” Be glad that the Lord reigneth, that Jehovah is King! Rejoice that He sits upon the throne, and ruleth all things!

Every attribute of God should become a fresh ray in the sunlight of our gladness. That He is wise should make us glad, knowing as we do our own foolishness. That He is mighty, should cause us to rejoice who tremble at our weakness. That he is everlasting, should always be a theme of joy when we know that we wither as the grass. That He is unchanging, should perpetually yield us a song, since we change every hour.

That He is full of grace, that He is overflowing with it, and that this grace in covenant He has given to us; that it is ours to cleanse us, ours to keep us, ours to sanctify us, ours to perfect us, ours to bring us to glory—all this should tend to make us glad in Him. This gladness in God is as a deep river; we have only as yet touched its brink, we know a little of its clear sweet, heavenly streams, but onward the depth is greater, and the current more impetuous in its joy.

The Christian feels that he may delight himself not only in what God is, but also in all that God has done in the past. The Psalms show us that God’s people in olden times were wont to think much of God’s actions, and to have a song concerning each of them. So let God’s people now rehearse the deeds of the Lord! Let them tell of His mighty acts, and “sing unto the Lord, for He hath triumphed gloriously.”

Nor let them ever cease to sing, for as new mercies flow to them day by day, so should their gladness in the Lord’s loving acts in providence and in grace show itself in continued thanksgiving. Be glad ye children of Zion and rejoice in the Lord your God.

Beloved, I want today in place of all the pains, sorrow and bitterness of heart to begin to praise God instead, you will take a step of faith now to forgive those involve and you see your victories deliver to you. You will see sickness leaving your body, you will see your glory coming alive and God showing forth in those situations in Jesus Name.

Everything work together for good… (Rom 8:28). Trust God for your victory at last.

Remain blessed in Lord.