Come and see the Lord is good, come and see the Lord, there is nothing He cannot do, come and see the Lord is good.// Everybody testify You are good, You are good Jehovah You are good, everybody testifying You are good, You are good Jehovah You are good.
Our Father we thank You, we bless Your Name, we adore Thee, be Thou glorify. Thank You for Your bountiful blessings bestowed unto us. Thank You for keep us and preserving us from all evil. Glory be to You on high.
O! yes He answers prayers. Do you agree with that? When you call me I will answer. Is a song that suggest to us what happens when we call on Jesus. Listen to this calling Jesus is the answer for the world today, apart from Him there is other….
Beloved, how was your prayer time yesterday putting into consideration what we were taught us? Were you able to pray with less distractions? Did it led to quality time in His presence. Beloved, the whole essence of this exercise is for us to put into practice what we been taught. So read to practice.
Today is our faith clinic. Can someone Praise the God! “Now faith is……,” Beloved, without faith it is impossible to please God, for he that cometh to God must believe that He is, and that He is a rewarder of them that diligently seek Him.
This brings us to the teaching of day. The certainty in God is our confidence when we approach His Throne. We have every assurance in His Word that He will answer us when we call on Him. Though everything around us at the moment mighty be saying otherwise but it will never contradicted what God is set to do for you and for me. The Psalmist said, “When God arise”
So it does not matter what the world is saying, what the doctor’s report is saying, or what your bank account is showing, what matters most is what God is saying and set to do. That is why we must always position ourselves to receive His blessings, favour and love and not miss out. How do we ensure that “by praying always”- 1 Thess 5:17.
This topic is coming to assure us that God never fail and will never fail. Oftentimes we place our trust in men who will fail us. It might not be intentional but is just that they are not God. – The El-Shaddia.
So if you want all your needs met then, you have to connect to El- Shaddia, the God’s of all provisions who knows the best way to meet your needs. So let us discover more below:
And my God will supply all your needs according to His riches in glory in Christ Jesus.—Philippians 4:19
This verse is one of the most practical we will ever encounter in the Bible. Every one of us faces needs in our lives; at times, they are beyond our own means. Those are not the times to become anxious or to panic. Nor should we give up in defeat. It is at these times that God wants to draw from His unlimited storehouse to meet our need as only He can.
Do you believe God can meet the needs of your finances? Your health? Your children? Your parents? Your church? Scripture says you will never face a need for which God’s provision is not more than adequate. This promise appears over and over again in the Scriptures (Ps. 116:6; Heb. 4:16; Matt. 6:8; Ps. 69:33). If you are not experiencing God’s bountiful provision, what is the problem? Is the difficulty with God? Or could it be that you do not really believe that God stands ready to meet your every need?
Every resource of God is available to any child of God who will believe Him. No one has ever exhausted God’s supply nor suffered a shortfall when trusting Him. Unfortunately, some Christians live as if God’s abundant resources were not available to them. They are children of the King, but they live like beggars! Would the people close to you affirm that your life gives evidence of an unwavering belief that God will do what He said?
Beloved, it is better to trust in the Lord and put no confidence in man. Man fails but God will never fail you. Let’s discover more:
“lt is better to trust in the Lord, than to put confidence in man.” Psalm 118:8
Doubtless the reader has been tried with the temptation to rely upon the things which are seen, instead of resting alone upon the invisible God. Christians often look to man for help and counsel, and mar the noble simplicity of their reliance upon their God. Does today’s message meet the eye of a child of God anxious about temporals, then would we reason with him awhile.
You trust in Jesus, and only in Jesus, for your salvation, then why are you troubled? “Because of my great care.” Is it not written, “Cast thy burden upon the Lord”? “Be careful for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication make known your wants unto God.” Cannot you trust God for temporals? “Ah! I wish I could.” If you cannot trust God for temporals, how dare you trust Him for spirituals?
Can you trust Him for your soul’s redemption, and not rely upon Him for a few lesser mercies? Is not God enough for thy need, or is His all-sufficiency too narrow for thy wants? Dost thou want another eye beside that of Him who sees every secret thing? Is His heart faint? Is His arm weary? If so, seek another God; but if He be infinite, omnipotent, faithful, true, and all-wise, why gaddest thou abroad so much to seek another confidence?
Why dost thou rake the earth to find another foundation, when this is strong enough to bear all the weight which thou canst ever build thereon? Christian, mix not only thy wine with water, do not alloy thy gold of faith with the dross of human confidence.
Wait thou only upon God, and let thine expectation be from Him. Covet not Jonah’s gourd, but rest in Jonah’s God. Let the sandy foundations of terrestrial trust be the choice of fools, but do thou, like one who foresees the storm, build for thyself an abiding place upon the Rock of Ages.
Beloved, let our trust be only in God who can do all things, can you take all to prayer and be anxious for nothing. Let wait on Him and it shall be well with us.
Father, help us to abide and wait on You always. Amen.
Remain blessed in the Lord.