We are singing unto the Lord, singing alleluia, we are dancing unto the Lord, dancing alleluia, we are clapping unto the Lord, clapping alleluia! Come let praise the Lord, come let’s praise the Lord, He is Jehovah,…
All the glory be to the Lord, for He is worthy of our praise. No man on earth should be glory to Himself. All the glory must be to You Lord.
Yes Lord, Yes Lord, Yes Yes Lord x3 Amen!
Thank you Lord. For my mouth is full of praise for You. You are the Almighty, The Great I am, The Beginning and The End. Let everything that has breathe, praise the Lord. I want to sing forever to You Alone Who is Worthy of my praise.
Thank You for the great things you have done for us. The enemies of our soul hide a net for us so that we will step into it and be destroyed but the Lord laid an ambushed against them and destroyed all their counsel. He destroy them so that their enterprise will not prosper. Praise Lord.
Beloved, what a prosperous week ahead of us. Are you ready to be gloriously lifted? Did you put your prayer into action by drawing up your plan and putting structure in place for it?
Don’t forget we told you last week that praying without planning is like playing without knowing. What and what do you want achieve and excel in this month or the rest of the year? How have you outlined and structured it to be implemented? One thing at a time beloved, prayerfully ask the Holy Spirit to help you infirmities and see you coming up strongly more than ever before.
When you work with God, you discover that many ways will answer to you. Sometime you operate from a point of nothing to something greater because the One Who is with you is greater than those against you. Praise the Lord.
Let us hold on to God Who is our Messiah, our Redeemer, The Holy One of Israel, to do that which no man can do for us. Praise God. Serve the Lord with gladness and see you scaling heights.
Beloved, do you want the keys to prosperity? Fellow me as we read through to discover more from the message therein:
He was diligent in every deed that he began in the service of God’s temple, in the law and in the commandment, in order to seek his God, and he prospered.—2 Chronicles 31:21
There is a way to ensure that you prosper in what you do: serve the Lord with all your heart! Hezekiah, king of Judah, lived in a dangerous and tumultuous time. He faced powerful enemies. Idolatry was the popular religion of the day. His parents had rejected God and encouraged people to worship other gods (2 Chron. 28).
Hezekiah had the opportunity to reject God as well, yet he chose to serve God with all of his heart. He did everything in his power to promote worship of the true God. He diligently followed God’s commandments. As a result of Hezekiah’s determination to serve God, God blessed him. Hezekiah thrived in an unsettled time because he resolved to follow God despite popular opinion.
God will honor the heart that commits to follow Him (2 Chron. 26:5). In times when worshiping God is not in vogue and when the forces of the day oppose Him, it takes courage and resolve to seek after God. God is pleased to prosper those who strive to please Him rather than to seek the approval of people (1 Sam. 2:30). Hezekiah stands in stark contrast to Rehoboam, an earlier king of Judah. It is said of Rehoboam that “he did evil, because he did not prepare his heart to seek the Lord” (2 Chron. 12:14).
When you do not set your heart to seek the Lord, calamity is the inevitable result. The surest way to prosper in your endeavors is to diligently pursue the will of God.
Are still in doubt of what you are hearing, come with me as discover more from the message below about the tree planted by the Lord Himself :
“The cedars of Lebanon which He hath planted.” Psalm 104:16
Lebanon’s cedars are emblematic of the Christian, in that they owe their planting entirely to the Lord. This is quite true of every child of God. He is not man-planted, nor self-planted, but God-planted. The mysterious hand of the divine Spirit dropped the living seed into a heart which He had Himself prepared for its reception. Every true heir of heaven owns the great Husbandman as his planter.
Moreover, the cedars of Lebanon are not dependent upon man for their watering; they stand on the lofty rock, unmoistened by human irrigation; and yet our heavenly Father supplieth them. Thus it is with the Christian who has learned to live by faith. He is independent of man, even in temporal things; for his continued maintenance he looks to the Lord his God, and to Him alone. The dew of heaven is his portion, and the God of heaven is his fountain.
Again, the cedars of Lebanon are not protected by any mortal power. They owe nothing to man for their preservation from stormy wind and tempest. They are God’s trees, kept and preserved by Him, and by Him alone. It is precisely the same with the Christian. He is not a hot-house plant, sheltered from temptation; he stands in the most exposed position; he has no shelter, no protection, except this, that the broad wings of the eternal God always cover the cedars which He Himself has planted.
Like cedars, believers are full of sap having vitality enough to be ever green, even amid winter’s snows. Lastly, the flourishing and majestic condition of the cedar is to the praise of God only. The Lord, even the Lord alone hath been everything unto the cedars, and, therefore David very sweetly puts it in one of the psalms, “Praise ye the Lord, fruitful trees and all cedars.” In the believer there is nothing that can magnify man; he is planted, nourished, and protected by the Lord’s own hand, and to Him let all the glory be ascribed.
Are set for glorious lifting? Serve the Lord in that place you have found yourself. There may not be better opportunity other than starting from where you are now. Do you put it off for tomorrow, do not wait for better season or opportunity. Start now, and see God glorifying Himself in your life that all who sees you will rejoice and praise your Father Who is in heaven.
Jesus said abide in me (Jn 15:5); the Lord gives increase (1 Cor 3:7). Beloved, is very important we plant but is also we abide in Jesus and do the Lord bidding’s in our life. Time you also know is of essence. Act when you are led not as in rash reaction but with concise effort with the Spirit of God leading you on.
Go, have a prosperous week in the Lord. Return with your testimonies in Jesus Name!
Remain blessed in the Lord.