Who is like unto Thee o! Lord! Who is like unto Thee! O! Lord! among the gods, who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness, fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia! always doing wonders alleluia!// how excellent is Your Name O! Lord! How is Your Name O! Lord! How excellent is Your Name! How excellent is Your Name! how excellent is your Name O! Lord! how excellent is Your Name, How Wonderful is Your Name, how excellent is Your Name O! Lord.
Faithful Father we thank You we bless Your Holy Name! alleiua to Your Holy Name! how excellent, how Wonderful are you Lord! You are a Mighty man in battle, glory be to Your Name forever and ever in Jesus Name. O Lord my God! We are entirely grateful for what You are doing in our lives and situation. for Your Kindness and love, for Your peace and mercy which envelope us daily, glory be to Your Name now and forever.
Beloveth, good morning, is another day to be blessed. Yes! The Word of God blesses us each time we engage ourselves with it. it opens our eyes of understanding and make us hopeful in spite of the prevailing situations that beclouding our mind and thoughts. Thank God for his Word that is not scarce in our time. Glory alleluia!
Yesterday, our hearts were lifted and joy overflows as we read once again how the love of God makes us dear to His heart. He engraved us in His palm, and makes us part of Himself through reconciliation by the Blood of Jesus His dear Son. Alleluia to His Holy Name!
Today we will be encountering another promise from the Lord declaring Him our Eternal Refuge! Praise the Lord! Wow! this ought to make us glad. Our Father; Our God is Our Refuge! What a great Privilege. What a hope to look-up to; what a great destination to aspire to. Praise the Lord!
Beloveth, come along with us to discover all that is in this promise:
“The eternal God is thy refuge.” Deuteronomy 33:27
The word refuge may be translated “mansion,” or “abiding- place,” which gives the thought that God is our abode, our home. There is a fulness and sweetness in the metaphor, for dear to our hearts is our home, although it be the humblest cottage, or the scantiest garret; and dearer far is our blessed God, in whom we live, and move, and have our being.
It is at home that we feel safe: we shut the world out and dwell in quiet security. So when we are with our God we “fear no evil.” He is our shelter and retreat, our abiding refuge. At home, we take our rest; it is there we find repose after the fatigue and toil of the day. And so our hearts find rest in God, when, wearied with life’s conflict, we turn to Him, and our soul dwells at ease.
At home, also, we let our hearts loose; we are not afraid of being misunderstood, nor of our words being misconstrued. So when we are with God we can commune freely with Him, laying open all our hidden desires; for if the “secret of the Lord is with them that fear Him,” the secrets of them that fear Him ought to be, and must be, with their Lord.
Home, too, is the place of our truest and purest happiness: and it is in God that our hearts find their deepest delight. We have joy in Him which far surpasses all other joy. It is also for home that we work and labour. The thought of it gives strength to bear the daily burden, and quickens the fingers to perform the task; and in this sense we may also say that God is our home.
Love to Him strengthens us. We think of Him in the person of His dear Son; and a glimpse of the suffering face of the Redeemer constrains us to labour in His cause. We feel that we must work, for we have brethren yet to be saved, and we have our Father’s heart to make glad by bringing home His wandering sons; we would fill with holy mirth the sacred family among whom we dwell.
Happy are those who have thus the God of Jacob for their refuge!
Wow! beloveth, did you just read that? Happy are those who make the God of Jacob their refuge! Is God your refuge? Do you have any part in Him? This call for a cross examination, sit down quietly and search through your heart if God is the center of its all in your life, your family, career, business and ministry.
If you found Him at the center of it all then this promise is for you but if not, please click on this link to part of this promise. Praise the Lord!
Beloveth, this knowledge ought to strengthen us from our inner being our reins. Be glad and rejoice for God is our Eternal Refuge, Praise the Name of Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Remain blessed in the Lord!