You are the Lord that healeth me You are the Lord my healer…You sent Your Word and heal my disease… You are the Lord my healer… O Lord You sent Your Word and You heal my disease You are the Lord my healer// … Faithful..Faithful Faithful Faithful, Faithful Faithful Faithful are You Lord…. Lord You are faithful… Faithful Faithful Faithful, Faithful, Faithful Faithful Faithful are You Lord….
Our Father in heaven O God… hallow be Thy Name… Let Thy Kingdom come and Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven… Our Father Who is like unto Thee… in heaven You are God… on earth You remaineth the same… blessed be Thy Holy Name forever and ever Amen!!!
Thank You for the gift of a brand new week… O Lord Who is like unto Thee… thank You for Great and Might things You are doing for us… O Lord Who can be compare with You…. nobody, nobody, nobody …Praise the living God…Alleluia!!!!!!!!!!!!
Beloveth, how are doing today… our God is good…. All the time the Lord is good… welcome to a brand new week with greater opportunity to be everything God has made you to become… Wow! Our God is good… greater is He that in us than he that is the world… Praise the Name of the Lord…. alleluia!
Beloveth… are you resolve in your walk with God? Surprising we are starting the week with question… is pertinent that you know your stand in your walk with God as that will guide you and direct your way too….
We saw men of faithful resolved in the Bible days… men like Abraham, Moses, Joseph, Samuel, The Three Hebrew boys, Daniel, and so many others than in the New Testaments … we meet Jesus…. Who was resolve to do His Father’s Will… Redemption Plan initiated at fall at the Eden, (Gen 3:15). Jesus went to the Cross and die for salvation of mankind… we also saw Paul and other disciples in the quest to eternal life they served Jesus, diligently won souls to the kingdom, beloveth, the same is being expected of us to as well…
Same is expected of us beloveth… we are to serve God with all our heart, willing and cheerfully too…. We must resolve to walk with Him come what may… as declared by the Three Hebrew boys, as sang by the psalmist, as declared by Paul (Dan.3:17, Ps 52:8, 1Cor.4:10, Heb.10:25)
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When the days were coming to a close for Him to be taken up, He determined to journey to Jerusalem.—Luke 9:51
It is easy to become distracted in the Christian life! The moment you understand what God wants you to do, it will seem as though everyone around you requires your time and attention! When the time came for Jesus to go to the cross, He “set His face” toward Jerusalem, so that nothing would prevent Him from accomplishing His Father’s will.
So obvious was His resolve to go to Jerusalem that the Samaritans, who hated the Jews, rejected Him because they recognized that He was a Jew traveling through their village to the hated city of Jerusalem.
Jesus determined not to digress from His mission, but He took time to minister to many people along His way. He sent out seventy disciples into the surrounding towns (Luke 10:1). He healed lepers (Luke 17:11–19). He cured a man of dropsy (Luke 14:1–4). He brought salvation to the home of Zaccheus (Luke 19:1–10). He continued to teach His disciples (Luke 15:1–32). Jesus did not refuse to minister to others as He went to Calvary, but ultimately He refused to be deterred from His Father’s will.
If you know what God wants you to do, set your sights resolutely toward that goal with full determination to accomplish it (Prov. 4:25). Your resolve to go where God is leading ought to be evident to those around you. Beware of becoming so sidetracked by the opportunities around you that you lose sight of God’s ultimate goal for you.
Do not succumb to the temptation to delay your obedience or to discard it altogether. Once you have received a clear assignment from God, your response should be unwavering obedience.
Beloveth… this is an admonition to us at this season to make us focus on our journey or the race set before us… don’t be distracted, don’t give up, don’t let the cares and issues of this life get you entangle and distracted to your commitment to serve the living God…
May we walk in Your Wonders O! God…. May we not miss Your plan and blessings in this season in Jesus Name…
Beloveth of the truth God never fail… He will not fail us… His Word will manifest in our live early in Jesus Name…. we must see the demonstration of His Power in Jesus Name…. Amen! Amen!! Amen!!!
On this note we declare this week open and blessed in Jesus Name and at the end our testimony will show in Jesus Name… and so shall it be in Jesus Name….
Further Reading- Phil. 3:8, Dan 3:17, 2Cor.5:17, 2Cor.9:8
Remain blessed in the Lord.