Glory glory alleluia! glory, glory alleluia! glory glory alleluia! glory glory praise the Lord.2x // When I come into 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 breaks the yokes.
Immortal, invisible, the Only Wise God we thank You, we bless Your Name, we adore You, we honour You, we worship You, we glorify Your Name forever and ever in Jesus Name.
Thank You for this beautiful day You have made, You said we should rejoice and be glad in it. Blessed be Thy Holy Name forever. We cannot thank you enough for goodness endureth to all generation, glory be to Your Name. We have come before Your Throne again to worship You and be blessed forever and ever. Look down with pity upon us and show forth your power in our lives in Jesus Name.
Beloveth, how are you doing today? Are singing and rejoicing as we were commanded to do from the beginning of this month? Is there anything that is challenging that command in your life? Is possible some unpleasant situation are working against your raising melodies song unto Your Maker or some forces are ganging up against you to keep you in captivity even when you have been liberated and set free.
Beloved, no storm is strong enough to hinder the works of God in your life no attack from the pit of hell is powerful enough to stop the plan of God in your life.
Some time we sing but not with confidence because of events happening around us but today by the risen of this ministration God will arise on your behalf and give you a notable miracle that will give you confidence as you sing and praise God. The hand of the Lord will perform this in your life and situation in Jesus Name.
Despite the raging storm beloved, the Lord will perfect all that concerns you. this promise is good enough to stir up confidence in us.
So if you yet to operate in this realm, please come with as we look into the book of liberty:
“Though I walk in the midst of trouble, thou wilt revive me: thou shalt stretch forth thine hand against the wrath of mine enemies, and thy right hand shall save me.” Ps. 138:7
Wretched walking in the midst of trouble. Nay, blessed walking, since there is a special promise for it. Give me a promise, and what is the trouble? What doth my Lord teach me here to say? Why this “Thou wilt revive me.” I shall have more life, more energy, more faith. Is it not often so, that trouble revives us, like a breath of cold air when one is ready to faint?
How angry are my enemies and especially the arch-enemy! Shall I stretch forth my hand and fight my foes? No, my hand is better employed in doing service for my Lord. Besides, there is no need, for my God will use His far-reaching arm, and He will deal with them far better than I could if I were to try. “Vengeance is mine; I will repay, saith the Lord.” He will with His own right hand of power and wisdom save me, and what more can I desire?
Come, my heart, talk this promise over to thyself till thou canst use it as the song of thy confidence, the solace of thy loneliness. Pray to be revived thyself, and leave the rest with the Lord, who performeth all things for thee.
Why must a child of God sing with great confidence? Because we have believe that God will perfect all that concerns us. If you have same confidence please let’s go further
“The Lord will perfect that which concerneth me.” Psalm 138:8
Most manifestly the confidence which the Psalmist here expressed was a divine confidence. He did not say, “I have grace enough to perfect that which concerneth me—my faith is so steady that it will not stagger—my love is so warm that it will never grow cold—my resolution is so firm that nothing can move it; no, his dependence was on the Lord alone.
If we indulge in any confidence which is not grounded on the Rock of ages, our confidence is worse than a dream, it will fall upon us, and cover us with its ruins, to our sorrow and confusion. All that Nature spins time will unravel, to the eternal confusion of all who are clothed therein.
The Psalmist was wise, he rested upon nothing short of the Lord’s work. It is the Lord who has begun the good work within us; it is He who has carried it on; and if he does not finish it, it never will be complete. If there be one stitch in the celestial garment of our righteousness which we are to insert ourselves, then we are lost; but this is our confidence, the Lord who began will perfect. He has done it all, must do it all, and will do it all.
Our confidence must not be in what we have done, nor in what we have resolved to do, but entirely in what the Lord will do. Unbelief insinuates—”You will never be able to stand. Look at the evil of your heart, you can never conquer sin; remember the sinful pleasures and temptations of the world that beset you, you will be certainly allured by them and led astray.”
Ah! yes, we should indeed perish if left to our own strength. If we had alone to navigate our frail vessels over so rough a sea, we might well give up the voyage in despair; but, thanks be to God, He will perfect that which concerneth us, and bring us to the desired haven. We can never be too confident when we confide in Him alone, and never too much concerned to have such a trust.
Beloved, we will perish if we are left alone to our own strength but today we will go in the strength of the Lord.
So let us pray to a God answering God who promise that in we weakness His strength is made perfect. Glory be to the Lord in the highest.
Father in heaven O God, answer us as we pray, increase our confidence in You and give us a song that will come from the inner most of our being.
Praise the Lord.
Remain blessed in the Lord