Who has the final say, Jehovah has the final say, Alleluia! Who has the final say, Jehovah has the final say, Jehovah turns my life around, Jehovah turns my life around, He makes a way where there seems no way, Jehovah has the final say 2x. // Come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord is good, there is nothing He cannot do, come and see the Lord is good, O! He makes a way where there is no way, Jehovah has the final say.
I will exalt Your Name for Thou has lifted me above my enemies Your banner over me is love. Father, we bow before Your throne this day to bow and worship You, You are God, You are just good, You are just large, You are a great God! I don’t why You love me so I don’t know why! Thank You everlasting King of glory, thank You for faithfulness that enduerth forever. Thank You for doing that which only You can do (1 Cor !5:57). Thank You for being God indeed to us Your children whom You redeemed from eternal destruction into an everlasting life (1Jn 5:11). Thank You for deliverance Father, thank You healings, glory be to Your Name on high in Jesus Name.
Have Your way again Father as we gather unto Thee again to worship and pray unto Your Holy Name, You are God and there is none to share Your glory. How Excellent, How Wonderful are You Lord! Receive our Praise adoration and honour in Jesus Name.
Beloved, I have a Father that will never fail me and I hope that is also your case if my Father is Your Father, the Almighty Father, He is a Mighty God in battle, He is Jehovah Ralph, the Great Physician, Praise the Lord! He makes a way where there seems to be no way, Jehovah has the final say!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloved, ever prayed in the Spirit before? I remember telling us here about singing in the Spirit. If you have ever prayed in the Spirit then you will understand it when I said if you have ever sung in the Spirit, wow! It is always an exciting experience which I don’t let slip off my hand every time I have the opportunity, Praise the Lord! No matter what is bothering your mind, you will experience a lifting because you are speaking in heavenly languages and the Holy Spirit helps our infirmities…. Rom 8:26-27
Apostle Paul admonishes us to always pray in the Spirit as it is among our spiritual armories Praise be to Jesus! Beloveth, praying in Spirit is also known as praying in tongues, that is praying in an unknown tongues, wow! Praise the Lord! Advantages of praying in the Spirit is numerous and the chief amongst them in my list is having a heavenly encounter that leads you into deep revelation in any outstanding issues at hand.
Beloveth, our Father is a good good God! can I hear a resounding clapping offering unto the Lord. Beloveth, is important you know the condition for Spirit-Aided prayers, “You must be born again, did You hear me, beloved, You must be born again, and the Spirit will rest upon you after you have received Jesus as your personal Lord and Savoiur, sometimes by the laying of hands but oftentimes the Holy Spirit will assist the individual where knowledge is limited or the person is constrain.
Beloveth, on this last praying day of this wonderful month, we are going to pray to God by speaking in tongues, however, if you yet to give your life to Jesus then go through this link and see what happens as soon you obey. The Spirit of God will touch your tongue with fire or yours might be resting of fire on your head (not physical) and you will speak in tongues. Praise the Lord!
Hindrances to speaking in tongues among other things are like enmity, strive, back-biting and such like, you will not flow when you speaking in tongues as you are commanded to operate in love as that is the language of the Spirit. Praise the Lord! Beloveth, come along with me as to discover more:
The Spirit is the One who gives life.—John 6:63
The more I consider “praying in the Spirit,” the more convinced I am that the majority of Christians do not know what it means to pray in this particular way. Many are content to recite prayers and know nothing of the thrill of entering a dimension of prayer in which the Holy Spirit has full control.
Not that there is anything wrong with liturgical or written prayers—they can be a wonderful primer for one’s spiritual pump. Many people tell me that the prayers I frame at the end of each devotion in Every Day with Jesus have sometimes helped them more than the actual notes I have written. Using written prayers can be helpful, but we must heed the apostle’s exhortation to move on into that dimension which he calls “praying in the Spirit.” The best description of this I have ever heard is that given by some of the old Welsh preachers, like Daniel Rowlands, Christmas Evans, and others. They describe it as “praying with unusual liberty and freedom.”
There is hardly anything more wonderful in the Christian life than to experience this “liberty and freedom” in prayer. I can remember the minister and elders of the church in which I was converted in South Wales saying after a prayer meeting in which there had been great liberty and power: “Tonight we have prayed in the Spirit.”
Have you not experienced moments when, after struggling and halting in prayer, you were suddenly taken out of yourself and words just poured out of you? At that moment, you were “praying in the Spirit.”
O Father, forgive me that I try to do so much in my own strength instead of learning how to let You do it in me. Teach me how to let go and let You take over in everything—particularly my praying. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
What does the Spirit of the Lord bring?
What are we to avoid when we pray?
As good and nice it is to pray or recite prayers such as reading Psalms, beloved it will also be good for us to experience liberty and freedom in the place prayer by praying in the Spirit.
May God give us understanding in Jesus Name. It is time to experience the Spirit alive in the place of prayer. Let us let ourselves loose and see miracles happening in our lives Praise the Lord!
Read Jas 2:22, put this teaching to work dearly beloved, have a sweet encounter as you pray today!
Remain blessed in the Lord!