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!// O Lord my God how excellent is Thy Name in all the earth, how wonderful is Thy Name.
Heavenly Father we thank You we blessed Your Holy Name, we exalt You forever. Excellent is Thy Name, Wonderful is Thy power, Glorious are You Lord. Come and have Your way again today in our midst. Yes! Father, thank You for a wonderful week You made us to be part of glory be to your Name on high. Father we bow before You for another glorious moment we are going to have this time, open us up for an encounter that will be long lasting and refreshing, glory be to Your Name Alleluia Amen!
Beloved, how was it been with you spiritual, emotional and otherwise? Hope You are having the best of time as the Holy Spirit is taking us from one level of glory to another level of glory. Blessed be God on high. We have by the grace of God come to an end of another glorious week and it was full of revelation. The Lord cannot slack concerning His promise. He said that He will sustain the deliverance, salvation, uplifting, blessings we enjoyed through the death of His Son and day by day He is opening us up to the tricks of the devil so that you and I will no longer be captive any longer rather hence forth we shall be called children of God. Praise the Lord.
Beloved, one thing that is outstanding and striking about God is that “God is love” as we will later read in the message beloved, it is this great love that made Him to desire us to Himself having lost our relationship at the garden of Eden, God sent His Son to redeem us so that we can have fellowship with Him and also rest with Him after here on earth. Praise the Lord!
Beloved, ever enjoyed God’s love? Ever seen His faithfulness? Have encountered Him in your daily living? This is another opportunity to know about Him more and more. Glory be Jesus!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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The High-Water Mark
For Your faithful love is as high as the heavens; Your faithfulness reaches the clouds.—Psalm 57:10
Let us consider an important aspect of God’s nature and character—love. There are at least three things that are told us in Scripture concerning the nature of God.
First, “God is spirit” (Jn 4:24), which means He has no visible substance.
Second, “God is light” (1Jn 1:5), which means no darkness can dwell in Him. In Scripture darkness stands for sin, death, and so on.
Third, “God is love” (1Jn 4:16), which means that the energy which flows out from His being is that of infinite, eternal beneficence.
When John wrote the words “God is love,” it was no slick statement, since it was the first time in history that the phrase had been used in that way. People had believed God was love and had speculated about His benevolence, but now the categorical statement was laid down for all to behold. These words, in my judgment, are the high-water mark of divine revelation; nothing more needs to be said, for nothing greater can be said.
I often create a mental picture for myself of the angels peering over the battlements of heaven as John wrote these words. And then, when they had been written down, I imagine them breaking into rapturous applause and saying to each other: “They’ve got it. They’ve got it! At last they see that God is love.” A sigh of deep satisfaction and great joy would have filled the portals of heaven in the knowledge that the greatest truth about God was now finally made crystal clear. The implied was now inscribed.
Father, I am so thankful that You have demonstrated categorically that the greatest thing about You is love. My heart gladly rests upon that glorious fact. I look forward to exploring it forever. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
What did the Lord appear and say?
How did He demonstrate this?
Beloved, what is your own take on the ministration above? Is God truly love? Well I can testify to that but in case that is not your case be patient enough and you shall also testify to this same nature of God sooner than you think. God bless you richly.
Have a wonderful week full of God’s wonderful acts of love; see you next week for more testimonies, Alleluia Amen! Please read this for more insight 1Cor 2:12-16.
Remain blessed in the Lord.