Glorious God, Beautiful King, Excellent God we bow before the Throne…. We bow before the Throne! We worship at Your feet, we bow before the Throne You are a Glorious God…. We bow before Throne, we worship at Your Feet…we bow before the Throne Your are glorious God……// When I come in Your Presence Lord am happy…When I come into Your Presence Lord am glad! In Your Presence there is anointing, Your Spirit will surround me…In Your Presence…anointing break the yokes…. In Your Presence, anointing breaks the yoke…..
Our Father in heaven Who is like unto Thee Jehovah… alleluia to the King of kings, the Lord of lords, the Ancient of Days… the lion of the tribe of Judea… glory be to Your Name on high…. Have Your way Father… Be Thou exalted… alleluia, alleluia to You Father forever more….
Forever You will be…forever You will be! The Lamb upon the Throne… The Lamb upon the Throne…I gladly bow my knees… I gladly bow my knees to worship You dear Lord…..
Receive our Praise and worship Father… let it be a sweet smelling savour unto Thee… forever and ever Amen!!!
Beloveth good morning…. Isn’t God beautiful? Isn’t God wonderful? Yes! Our God is beautiful in all situation… yesterday wasn’t a good day for me…but you know what Rom 8:28 became Rheme to me… when I woke up this morning I have every cause to Praise God for His being faithful and kind to me….
Like we discussed yesterday some days are horror but for every child of God we look unto Jesus, The Author and Finisher of our faith… Who makes everything work out for good… Praise God!!!! So when things turns out the way we are not comfortable with… all you have to do is to be “Still” and watch and see salvation come through for you… Amen!!!
It will be good to mention that the Holy Spirit can be grief… How? In Eph. 4:30- we were admonished not to grieve the Holy Spirit. reading through the passage of the Bible you see what is expected of you as a child to do… we also see the gifts that were distributed among us …for the edifying of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ… Jesus distributed amongst us – to some He give Apostles, and some Prophets, and some Evangelist, and some Pastors and Teachers… Some have more than one of these gifts and all beloveth is to edify the body of Christ, the saints and for the work of ministry.
From verse 17… we are admonished to walk circumspectly… not to walk like the gentiles..in vanity of their mind, having their understanding darkened, being alienated from the life of God through the ignorance that is in them..because of the blindness of their heart: in the past you gave yourselves over unto lasciviousness, and all unclean work with greediness…. But you have not learned of Christ… you have not been taught by Him.
Beloveth in verse 22 we were asked to put off every conversation of the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts; and be renewed in the Spirit of your mind… put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness….
From verse 25…still on things to put away… lying, Be ye angry and sin not; let not sun go down upon your wrath…give no place for the devil to stand.. stop stealing..but labour with your own hands… do not allow corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers…. Now the big one— Do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, where ye are sealed unto the day of redemption…
Let go of all bitterness, and wrath, and anger, and clamour, and evil speaking, be put away with all malice… Be kind one to another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, even as God for Christ sake has forgiven you….
Wow! so the Holy Spirit who blesses and comfort us can also be grieve or provoke to wrath… so we must daily walk hard to stay in the love of God (Jude 21)… yes in His love not counting ourselves worthy of anything except that we are faithful at our duty post…worshiping and Praising God and finally performing our duty unto the One who called us … Amen!!!
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“In the same way, when you have done all that you were commanded, you should say, ‘We are good-for-nothing slaves; we’ve only done our duty.’ ”—Luke 17:10
The servant carries out the master’s will. The servant doesn’t tell the master what to do. The servant does not choose which tasks to perform for the master, nor does the servant suggest days or times when it would be convenient to serve the master. The servant’s function is to follow instructions. The master, on the other hand, gives directions. The master does not tell the servant to develop a vision that will guide the master. The master is the one with the vision; the servant’s task is to help fulfill the master’s purposes.
We are the servants; God is the Master. We tend to try to reverse this! God’s revelation of Himself, His purposes, and His ways depends directly upon our obedience. He may not reveal today His intentions for the next five years, but He will tell us what our next step should be. As we respond to God’s revelation, He will accomplish what He desires, and He will be the One who receives the glory.
Our fulfillment comes from serving our master.
The world will encourage you to strive for positions of authority and power. God wants you to take the role of a servant. As God’s servant you should have no other agenda than to be obedient to whatever He tells you. God does not need you to dream great dreams for your life, your family, your business, or your church. He simply asks for obedience. He has plans that would dwarf yours in comparison (Eph. 3:20).
So as God’s servant we must live worthy of our calling… standing in our duty post without complaining or murmuring… Trusting and believing God that He Who called you is Faithful. He knows your needs and will provide all as He want…. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God by your conducts or ways of life….
Praise the Lord!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Further Reading – Job 28:28, Ps 40:8, Ps 55:22, 1Pet.2:1-3, Eph 4.
Remain blessed in the Lord.