You are more what we call You Jehovah, more than  what we call You. You are more what we call You Jehovah, more than what we call You, some say You are good, Some say You are kind, You are more what we call You, some say You are good, some say You are kind You are more than what we call.// Take glory Father, take glory son, take glory Holy Ghost now forever more. Thank Glory Father, take glory Son, take glory Holy Ghost now and forever more.

Father, we acknowledge You for Who You are, what You have done and what You will yet do. Glory be to Your Name on high. Thank You Father for Your Who You are, thank You for faithfulness, indeed You are more than what we call You, receive our Praise O Lord! Thank for counting us worthy to be favoured and blessed in this great month, be glorify in Jesus Name.

Beloved, good morning, how are doing? Hope the Lord is doing you good? He promised us good not evil and so shall He do unto us in Jesus Name. Thank God His faithfulness never end, unto Him shall our Praise be given forever.

Beloved, the promise will receive from the Lord is more than enough to carry us through the year. With a giant stride you and I have accomplished the theme of the year, because the Lord will send to us every opportunity to be what He has promised. But remember you have a part to play.

The monthly theme text told us what we must do. In addition, spiritual sure-footedness is guaranteed way to this giant stride. May God help us as we go though the topic of today to grab all the necessary things we need to get us going:

Exodus 14:21-16:20, Psalm 18:30-36, Proverbs 4:7-9, Matthew 23:1-22

Spiritually Sure-Footed

He makes my feet like the feet of a deer and sets me securely on the heights.—Psalm 18:33

In the book Hinds’ Feet on High Places, I read the story of a man who, while vacationing on a ranch in Wyoming, was given the use of one of its horses—the fastest he had ever ridden. One day a group of the ranch cowboys invited him to join them for a ride up into the mountains. As they climbed into the hills, they came to a dangerous ascent, at which point the foreman turned to the newcomer and said, “I think you would be well advised to take the longer but less dangerous trail to the top. Your horse is not dependable on the hills. Our horses are true climbers—their rear feet track exactly where their front feet are planted. Your horse has spent so many years on the plain that its rear feet could miss the track by inches, and one slip could mean serious injury—perhaps even death.”

When I read those words, my thoughts turned immediately to the verse before us today, for no animal has such perfect correlation of its front and rear feet as the deer. When it leaps from rock to rock, its back feet land exactly where its front feet had been placed.

If we are to climb higher with God than we have ever gone before, then more is needed than just speed. We must know spiritual sure-footedness also. Let’s determine we will let nothing stand in the way of making our feet like hinds’ feet and climbing with God to the “high places.”


My Father and my God, hear my prayer as I begin perhaps a new chapter in my spiritual experience. Help me to climb higher with You than I have ever gone before, and do it not only with speed, but with sure-footedness also. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Further Study

Php 3:1-14; Isa 54:2; Eph 3:17-19

What was the deep desire of Paul’s heart?

What did he pray for the Ephesians?

beloved, are ready for glorious manifestation? Than be ready to pick up sure footedness as a vital tool you need to accomplish, so read through calmly and be blessed .

On this note we declare the week opened and by His grace we will return on at end with greater testimony. Alleluia Amen!

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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