I will exalt You Lord, for thou has lifted me above the enemies Your banner over me is Lord. I will exalt you Jesus for thou has lifted me above my enemies your banner over me is love. Great is Thy faithfulness, great is Thy faithfulness morning by morning new mercies I see all that I needed thou hand has provided Great is Thy faithfulness Lord unto me.
Faithful Father we bless Your Name, we glorify You, we honour You for You are great. Thank You for the gift of live, health of mind and body, be Thou glorify. Is another beautiful week you made us to be part of, let Your Name alone be praised in the Name of Jesus. Have Your way again. Make every crocked part straight, send down dew from heaven to energize us afresh, Lord as we go through this week may Your Name be praise forever and ever.
Beloved, what shall I say unto the Lord, all I have to say is thank You Lord. Yes! We ought to thank God continual, we ought to Praise His Name daily, for He is God and reigns forever.
Arise child of God, arise the Spirit of God is beckoning you to come. Arise from that sinful state, that ditch you fell into and seek your God. Our God is Everlasting God, forever He will be the lamb upon the Throne.
Yes the Lamb upon the Throne. The Lamb of God that take away the sins of the whole world. Jesus died on the cross to save us and to deliver us from snare and shackles of death. Glory be to God on high.
Beloved, where you did detangle yourself from the Lord? Where did you miss it, what is that sin that took you away from your beloved.
Jesus said Behold, I stand at the door, and knock, if any man hear my voice, and open the door, I will come in to him and will sup with him, and he with me (Rev 3:20).
Don’t let sin be a separation between you and your Saviour. The Cross represent salvation. The death on the cross is to deliver you from all kinds of malady. Don’t shy away from your creator.
Remember you cannot hide it from God. You can cover your sin from men to see but you cannot hide it from God.
Deepest darkness is not dark to Him. The mountain or in the deepest deep, the eyes of the Lord goes to and fro the earth, so nothing is hidden before Him. Beloved, where did you miss it.
What sin easily entangle you? Today’s ministration is coming to address it, get back quickly back on line; never stay a minute aside. A fish taken out from the river dies, so why will you dare to stay outside the vine that supplies to you the branch.
Therefore since we also have such a large cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us lay aside every weight and the sin that so easily ensnares us, and run with endurance the race that lies before us.—Hebrews 12:1
Sin is our most persistent, determined, and pernicious enemy. Sin seeks to rob us of every good thing God has designed for us. Paul tells us that sin brings death (Rom. 7:11). Yet it is very subtle. Sin creeps into our lives when and where we least expect it. It packages itself so attractively that we are lulled into thinking that it cannot really harm us (2 Cor. 11:14–15).
Sin stealthily and relentlessly entangles our lives. We will never be able to run the race marked out for us as long as we are entrapped in sin. We free ourselves from sin’s bondage only if we recognize it for what it is. If we call sin a “mistake,” a “bad habit,” or a “weakness,” we will never escape its grasp. We must not blame our sins on others. We must not allow pride to convince us it is too humiliating to admit the sin in our lives.
Sin can blind us to its presence. It does not always command our attention but rather, it subtly and pervasively robs us of the spiritual power and victory that could be ours. The good news is that there is no extent to which sin can entangle us that God’s grace does not abound still more to free us (Rom. 5:20).
Has sin robbed your joy? Has it prevented you from being the best husband, wife, son, daughter, or friend you could be? Is it keeping you from spiritual maturity? If you have become entangled with sin, God can release you immediately, no matter how desperately entangled you may have become!
Yes! He will take you back, just return home. Let get going:
“If thou return to the Almighty, thou shalt be built up Job 22:23
Eliphaz, in this utterance, spoke a great truth, which is the summary of many an inspired Scripture. Reader, has sin pulled you down? Have you become like a ruin? Has the hand of the Lord gone out against you, so that in estate you are impoverished, and in Spirit you are broken down? Was it your own folly which brought upon you all this dilapidation? Then the first thing to be done is to return to the Lord.
With deep repentance and sincere faith find your way back from your backsliding. It is your duty, for you have turned away from Him whom you professed to serve. It is your wisdom, for you cannot strive against Him and prosper. It is your immediate necessity, for what He has done is nothing compared to what He may do in the way of chastisement, since He is Almighty to punish.
See what a promise invites you! You shall be “built up.” None but the Almighty can set up the fallen pillars, and restore the tottering walls of your condition; but He can and He will do it if you return to Him. Do not delay. Your crushed mind may quite fail you if you go on to rebel; but hearty confession will ease you, and humble faith will console you. Do this, and all will be well.
Beloved, will you return as bid you by the Lord, do away with sin. If you have backslidden; return back to the Lord. He is waiting, come back and it will be well.
On this note we declare the week open. We will return at the end with good testimonies in the Name of Jesus. The blood of Jesus shed on the cross will wipe away our sin and sanctify us.
Remain blessed in the Lord.