Let the living water flow over my soul. Let the Holy Spirit come and take control of every situation that troubles my mind all my care and burden unto thee I come. Jesus. Jesus Jesus. sing to the Spirit, Spirit, Spirit Spirit. O sing to the Father, Father, Father, Father. // I will lift up my voice, I will joyfully sing, not for what He has done but for who You are. You are the song that I sing, melody in voice, the reason I sing, is to Praise Your Name. You are the song that I sing, melody in voice, the reason I sing, is to Praise Your Name. You reign, Jesus reign, You reign forever more.

I will lift up Your Name unto hill where come my help? My help cometh from the Lord! Thank Father for Your faithfulness and mercies that enduerth forever. Who is like unto thee? To You alone be all the glory, honour, adoration to the King of glory, blessed be Thy Name O! Lord! I worship you, I give You Praise, I adore You, I lift up Your Name on high be Thou magnify in Jesus Name.

Thank You Father for another beautiful day in Your Presence to be all You made us to be, who is like unto thee Father, we return to give You Praise, to give worship, to give You honour, we Praise You forever more.

Beloved, our God is good to all that He created, His Kindness reaches the heaven, He will prove Himself strong in our lives and situation, glory, honour and adoration to Him alone in Jesus Name.  He is our God, and forever O Lord! Your Word is settled in heaven. Our God will answer us and grant us our heart desire, He will come and will not delay, He will show forth His praise now and forever.

Beloved, in our faith clinic today, do I ask this question “where lies the secret strength of your faith?” Do you know on what occasion this statement was use in the bible and who used it? Beloved, often times we entertain this same question in our life daily by the events that happens in our life. The enemy always strives to know where the strength of your faith lies and once discovered becomes an object of attack.

The hero in the bible story points to many other things before he disclosed where the secret of his strength lies. Coming to you and I, the enemy of our soul do same to us. He wander around your life to discover where the secret strength of your faith lies. Like job, he takes away everything of value and honour in your life and leave you in the valley of humiliation and he will turn around like job’s wife and ask you to curse God and die (Job 2:9).

 Have you ever found yourself in such a situation as this? As a true child of God will most be vigilant, we must guide eyes, thoughts and our feet else we will slip away from the very foundation which our Christ Jesus lay at the time you first came to him.

Beloved, where lies the secret strength of your faith in God? Is it your job, the salary you take home? What happens if the job stops and no more salary? Or is it in your business, what happens if brings to a halt abruptly? Is it in your possession, what happens when you have none again?   Beloved, if you have not come to this junction, you will never be in a position to give a wise counsel to someone who is passing through tough times.

We are too quick to conclude that laziness is the underlying curses other than seek ways to help a wounded soldier in the battle field. Job’s friend did same to him and he caused the day he was born (Job 3:3). Beloved, are you at that point in your life where satan is seeking to know where lieth the strength of Thy faith?

Hold on to the Word of the Father, who promised never to live you nor forsake thee. He said that He has a plan for you and will grant it to you if you faint not. Run into the secret place of the Most High God (Ps 91:1), be there until the raging thunder and the wind disperse (Prov 22:3). Don’t forget the Monday teaching in a hurry. The Word is our sword, 12  For the word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. Hebrews 4:12 (KJV)

 Beware of who is asking for the secret of your strength and who is daily telling directly or indirectly to curse God and die. Constantly build a wall of fire around you by digging dip into the Word of God morning, afternoon and evening. Don’t give yourself a break else you become a victim. Samson missed it; must you also miss it? If you see yourself missing it, run into the secret place of the most High God and hide thee till the raging is over.

1 A good name is rather to be chosen than great riches, and loving favour rather than silver and gold (Proverbs 22:1 (KJV). Do you believe that? The God on Whose promise you are standing will never forsake you nor let you down nor let you to be confounded  (1Pet 2:6).  Beloved, build your faith on the Rock which neither the wind of adversity nor sore famine will pull down. And don’t you ever build on a sandy foundation because when wind or rain fall on it, it will come falling down (Matt 7:26-27). Praise the Lord.

Come along with me as we discover more from the ministration below:

                              

Tell me I pray thee wherein thy great strength lieth.” Judges 16:6

 

Where lies the secret strength of faith? It lies in the food it feeds on; for faith studies what the promise is—an emanation of divine grace, an overflowing of the great heart of God; and faith says, “My God could not have given this promise, except from love and grace; therefore it is quite certain His Word will be fulfilled.”

Then faith thinketh, ” Who gave this promise?” It considereth not so much its greatness, as, “Who is the author of it?” She remembers that it is God who cannot lie—God omnipotent, God immutable; and therefore concludeth that the promise must be fulfilled; and forward she advances in this firm conviction.

She remembereth, why the promise was given,—namely, for God’s glory, and she feels perfectly sure that God’s glory is safe, that He will never stain His own escutcheon, nor mar the lustre of His own crown; and therefore the promise must and will stand.

Then faith also considereth the amazing work of Christ as being a clear proof of the Father’s intention to fulfil His word. “He that spared not His own Son, but freely delivered Him up for us all, how shall He not with Him also freely give us all things?”

Moreover faith looks back upon the past, for her battles have strengthened her, and her victories have given her courage. She remembers that God never has failed her; nay, that He never did once fail any of His children. She recollecteth times of great peril, when deliverance came; hours of awful need, when as her day her strength was found, and she cries, “No, I never will be led to think that He can change and leave His servant now.

Hitherto the Lord hath helped me, and He will help me still.” Thus faith views each promise in its connection with the promise-giver, and, because she does so, can with assurance say, “Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life!”

Yes! Faith looks at the promise-giver and sing aloud “”Surely goodness and mercy shall follow me all the days of my life!” Praise the Lord somebody!

Beloveth, are you mourning? Don’t be discourage, the One Who spareth not His Son but gave Him up for you will stop at nothing to satisfy your heart desires. Let discover more:

 “Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted.”Matthew 5:4

 

God wants us to experience His joy (John 15:11). Yet we cannot experience His joy until we have mourned over our sin. If we do not grieve over the weight of our sin, we have no concept of sin’s devastating power. If we treat our sin lightly, we demonstrate that we have no sense of the enormity of our offense against Almighty God. Our sin caused the death of God’s Son. It causes us to fall short of what God intends (Rom. 3:23). It brings pain and sorrow to others, as well as to ourselves.

The Bible says that those who grieve over their sin will draw near to God (James 4:8–10). Those who mourn and weep over their sin are in a position to repent (Luke 4:18–19). There cannot be repentance without the realization of the gravity of sin. Regret for sin’s consequences is not the same as sorrow for sinning against holy God. Confession of sin is not necessarily an indication of repentance. Repentance comes only when we acknowledge that our transgression has come from a heart that is far from God, and we are brokenhearted over our grievous offenses against holy God.

Jesus said that those who are heartbroken over their sin will find comfort. They will experience new dimensions of God’s love and forgiveness. His infinite grace is sufficient for the most terrible sin. Do not try and skip the grieving process of repentance in order to move on to experience joy. God will not leave you to weep over your sin but will forgive you, comfort you, and fill you with His joy.

Yes if you heartbroken over your sin, the Lord have promise you comfort. Also if you are broken hearted over the issues of life, the Lord will also comfort you. Do not be discourage the Lord will not fail but will bring to past all His promises to you. Don’t the enemy to destroy your destiny as he did to Samson.

Do not depend on the provisions but on the provider, hold on to Him; though He tarries, He will surely come. Build your faith on the indispensable Word of God and you will triumphant. O! sing aloud dearly beloved, “goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life” Amen! “Alleluia!” Praise the Lord.

Remain blessed in the Lord.

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IFEOMA OHONDU is the founder of the MattersoftheHeart foundation, a platform where issues affecting our everyday life are discussed and where necessary proffer solution. She is part of the end time army, who will not break their rank to fulfill the urgent call of God upon her life by declaring His word to the helpless, the doubting, the comfortless and the dying world. The world will experience great restoration and healing in the Word of God through her ministration. She is a voice to emphasize key spiritual truth about Faith, Healing and Encouragement.