Worthy, You are worthy, King of kings, Lord of lords You are worthy 2x.// Thank You Jesus You are owner of my souls, Alpha and Omega You are worthy to be praise, in all generation there is no one like You, Alpha and Omega You are Worthy to be praise.
Father, we Thank You love that passes all understanding. I lean You who is dependable, the Rock that changeth not. You are our Great Defender, Thank You for preserving my life to praise You forever.
Father in Your Name I can see everything turning round to my favour. Great are You Lord. You are indeed God the defender of the defenseless. Blessed are You Lord. Arise O Lord, let Your enemies be scattered, judge them that fight against us and may they go down into the pit they have dug for us in Jesus Name.
Let darkness come over them and their tongue be confuse as the day of Babel. Make their nobles like Oreb and Zeeb, all their princes like Zebah and Zalmunna who what to take over for themselves the pastures of God. Arise O my God hear when we call on Your Name.
Beloved, be glad and rejoice before He Who is Alpha and Omega. Though you sow in tears, you shall reap in joy so said the word of the Lord.
Whatever that represent tears in your life God is seeing it and will not be silent. Communion with Him now with your heart and pour out you desires before Him.
God will give beauty in place of ashes, He will give garments of praise in place mourning. The Lord said “cursed be the man that trusteth in man and maketh flesh his arm, and whose heart departeth from the Lord. For he shall be like the heath in the desert, and shall not see when good cometh; but shall inhabit the parched places in the wilderness, in a salt land and not inhabited. Blessed is the man is the man that trusted in the Lord, and whose hope is the Lord is. for he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out her roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but her leaf shall be green; and shall not be careful in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit (Jer 17:5-8).
Father, as we choose to place our trust in You from this moment make our communion with You be rewarding and enriching in Jesus Name. Though we sow in tears; may our harvest be bountiful in Jesus Name.
Let’s discover more dearly beloved:
“They that sow in tears shall reap in joy.” Ps. 126:5
Weeping times are suitable for sowing: we do not want the ground to be too dry. Seed steeped in the tears of earnest anxiety will come up all the sooner. The salt of prayerful tears will give the good seed a flavor which will preserve it from the worm: truth spoken in awful earnestness has a double life about it. Instead of stopping our sowing because of our weeping, let us redouble our efforts because the season is so propitious.
Our heavenly seed could not fitly be sown laughing. Deep sorrow and concern for the souls of others are a far more fit accompaniment of godly teaching than anything like levity. We have heard of men who went to war with a light heart, but they were beaten; and it is mostly so with those who sow in the same style.
Come, then, my heart, sow on in thy weeping, for thou hast the promise of a joyful harvest. Thou shalt reap. Thou, thyself, shalt see some result of thy labor. This shall come to thee in so large a measure as to give thee joy, which a poor, withered, and scanty harvest would not do. When thine eyes are dim with silver tears, think of the golden corn.
Bear cheerfully the present toil and disappointment; for the harvest day will fully recompense thee.
Beloved, “come and dine” as Jesus bids you come;
“Jesus saith unto them, Come and dine.” John 21:12
In these words the believer is invited to a holy nearness to Jesus. “Come and dine,” implies the same table, the same meat; ay, and sometimes it means to sit side by side, and lean our head upon the Saviour’s bosom. It is being brought into the banqueting-house, where waves the banner of redeeming love.
“Come and dine,” gives us a vision of union with Jesus, because the only food that we can feast upon when we dine with Jesus is Himself. Oh, what union is this! It is a depth which reason cannot fathom, that we thus feed upon Jesus. “He that eateth My flesh, and drinketh My blood, dwelleth in Me, and I in him.”
It is also an invitation to enjoy fellowship with the saints. Christians may differ on a variety of points, but they have all one spiritual appetite; and if we cannot all feel alike, we can all feed alike on the bread of life sent down from heaven. At the table of fellowship with Jesus we are one bread and one cup. As the loving cup goes round we pledge one another heartily therein.
Get nearer to Jesus, and you will find yourself linked more and more in spirit to all who are like yourself, supported by the same heavenly manna. If we were more near to Jesus we should be more near to one another. We likewise see in these words the source of strength for every Christian.
To look at Christ is to live, but for strength to serve Him you must “come and dine.” We labour under much unnecessary weakness on account of neglecting this percept of the Master. We none of us need to put ourselves on low diet; on the contrary, we should fatten on the marrow and fatness of the gospel that we may accumulate strength therein, and urge every power to its full tension in the Master’s service.
Thus, then, if you would realize nearness to Jesus, union with Jesus, love to His people and strength from Jesus, “come and dine” with Him by faith.
Beloved, honour this invite and come and dine with Lord today at the banqueting table. Here there is no discrimination between the rich and poor. It is for all who God made in His image and who have accepted Jesus as their Lord and personal savior.
I am glad to know Jesus loved and this I know because my bible tells me so. Glory be to God in the highest.
Lord, hear us when we call; listen to voice of supplication as we come to dine with You today. Thank You because You will replace in us every weak vessels and tissues and refill us with Your strength from above in Jesus Name. And You will grant us health to serve You in Jesus Name.
Answer our prayers O Lord!
Remain blessed in the Lord.