Come and see the Lord is good…Come and see the Lord is good…There nothing He cannot do…Come and see the Lord is good… Alleluia!!! He gave me victory… He gave me peace of mind… Come and see the Lord is good… Come and see the Lord is good…// Everybody testify You are good… You are good Jehovah You are good… everybody testifies You are good… You are good Jehovah You are good…

Our Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name..we adore Thee, we give you Praise…we adore Thee, we worship Thee, we honour Thee, we give you Praise…glory alleluia… thank You for Father for the gift of brand new week… Praise the Name of the Lord… You are God… You are not man.. Thank You matchless Jesus for making way for us in the wilderness… restoring our hope, removing our pains, healing our infirmities… alleluia to the King of kings, the Lord of Lord… the Lion of the tribe of Judea… who can be compared with Thee Father … there is none like unto Thee… none to be compared with Thee… we worship and adore Your Holy Name forever and ever Amen!!!

Beloveth… we serve a living God… a God full of mercy and compassion… who love us with an everlasting love…Praise the Name of the Lord… alleluia!!!!!

Today is PCL…God has a word for you today…. you got to listen and pay great attention… alleluia…

Can you remember the theme of this month… More than enough….through Jesus Christ…

The earth is of the Lord and the fullness thereof, the world, and they that dwell therein… For He hath founded it upon the seas, and established it upon the floods…

Beloveth… the God we serve thundereth and His voice breaks the cedars of Lebanon…. The earth and all in it belongs to Him… that is God we serve… so we need to fear what comes our way… He rules over the affairs of men… and the world and all that is in it… Praise the Lord…

Our God is more that enough for us …do you agree with us?

During the unforgettable ups and down than ups, it seemed) of recent years, in addition to immersing myself in the book of Daniel, I have found myself parked in Ps 29. Over and over again, through trying days and sometimes wakeful nights, I have meditated on these eleven verses phrase by phrase, reciting and praying them again and again, until they have become a part of the fabric of my being…

The early part of this psalm describes something drastic going on in nature- possibly a massive thunderstorm- symbolizing overwhelming circumstance that threaten to take us under. And the psalm concludes with a resounding statement of faith that affirms God’s rule over all of life and creation:

The Lord sits enthroned over the flood: the Lord sits enthroned, King forever.

The Lord gives His people strength; the Lord blesses His people with peace. (Ps. 29:10-11).

These two verse, if you will embed them in your heart, will give you enough courage and comfort to last a lifetime, regardless of any floods and storms that may threaten to overwhelm you.

Whatever the storm or flood, where we are feeling ourselves being dragged under by lifes problems and pressures or just fearing how much worse they could get, we can still live with “strength” and “peace.”

Amazing. How can such seemingly contradictory experiences coexist? Storms and strenthg? Floods and Peace? How can the many varieties of troubles we may face, whether in society at large or in the lives we lead at home or at work, result in something other thank deblilitating distress and panic?

The answer? God is more than enough… heavens rules. HR. the storms and floods of life happen beneath Him, not above Him. Though their waters swell, He is in charge of how far they can reach. And just as surely as He stirred up those waves, He can also cause them to be still.

This doesn’t mean the floods are not dangerous… But it does mean the floods are not final. Watch what your “enthroned” King does and can do- whatever the flood, whatever the form it takes in your life. the God who reigns over it reaches down, know He has set the boundaries for precisely how long and how wide its waters can rise, and he provides something that marks us as one of His children: “The Lord gives His people strength”(Ps.29:11).

Beloveth, having known your God and what He is able to do… that help you know the difference your life can make… come along for more:

My brothers, if any among you strays from the truth, and someone turns him back, he should know that whoever turns a sinner from the error of his way will save his life from death and cover a multitude of sins.—James 5:19–20

One of the Christian’s greatest deterrents from sin is the life of another Christian. Some Christians maintain that it is none of their business if another chooses to sin. They are convinced that they are being judgmental if they respond to someone in sin. The world persuades them not to get involved, but this inaction prevents them from being an effective intercessor.

As Christians we are aware that sin brings death (Rom. 6:23). Sin kills relationships, dismantles marriages, stifles joy, and destroys peace. When we see someone wander from the truth into error, how should we respond? When Jesus saw sin it broke His heart. He wept over entire cities as He saw them rejecting the truth (Matt. 23:37–39).

He prayed fervently for His disciples to be strong when they were tempted (John 17). He warned those who were heading toward spiritual failure (Matt. 26:20–25, 34). Jesus was even willing to die to save people from their sins because He knew the devastation that sin causes. Jesus never stood idle as those around Him were led astray by their sin. He always took an active role in turning them back to God.

“Minding your own business” will save you some discomfort, but it will not help a brother or sister who needs to return to the Lord. If you are truly aware of the grave consequences for those who continue in sin, you will be moved to weep even as Jesus wept.

Pray fervently for your friend. That will safeguard your motives and prepare you to minister to him. Be alert, in the event that God asks you to confront your friend. If you do so, be loving and gentle lest you, too, be tempted. (Gal. 6:1).

Beloveth… God delivered you from sin and sorrow and thereby enlist you to be among His army that will lead sinners back to His kingdom… raise up and stand … having stand…stand firm… Amen… and as you do… it shall be well with you alleluia….

May you have a blissful weekend see you on Monday by God’s grace… alleluia!!!

Remain blessed in the Lord.


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