Come and see the Lord is good. Come and see the Lord is good. There is nothing He cannot do, Come and see the Lord is good. He gave victory, He gave me peace of mind, Come and see the Lord is good. Come and see the Lord is good. // lift up Jesus higher, O lift Jesus higher, the Lord is good, I will lift Him up higher, everywhere I go I will lift Him up higher. The Lord is good I will lift Him up higher.
Our Father we thank you we bless Your Holy Name for Your Kindness and ever Green love for us Your Children, blest be Your Name on high. We bow before You and Worship You King of my life for Your death and resurrection, be throne forever and ever in Jesus Name. I bow before You and worship You forever and ever Amen! Alleluia!
Brethren come see what the Lord has done for me. He has taken away my sin and my sorrow. He became our Passover sacrifice so that the old leaven in us be purge away and a new lump be in us be unleavened (1Cor5:7)
Beloved, we are called to put away everything sinful in us such a malice and wickedness and put on unleavened bread of sincerity and truth. The price paid at Calvary must be in vain neither are going to crucify Him again and again by our lust and sins.
Beloved, it is only Jesus that can do this for us no other was or is worthy to do perform this ones and for all sacrifices. Beloved, in this faith clinic, I want to zero down “Trust.” Spiritual Growth is a process which occur in different ways. Christ having died for us takes away from unrighteousness and move us on to spiritual growth as highlighted in Col 2:6-7. The journey of growth begins with trusting in Christ sacrifice for us, and we are continual in dependence on Him: “So then, just as Lord, continue to live (our) lives in Him” (Col 2:6) it is an ongoing relationship that begins with trust and continue in the same way.
The next highlight here, being “rooted” (Colossians 2:7), involves letting God, His truth, His people and His ways deep into our hearts and experiences, as a plant sets roots deep into the soil. Then, we are to be built up” (Col 2:7), which has to do with constructing an internal life of character that works its way outward in more fruitful activities, relationships, performance and other signs of health. This may involve a change in our relationships, values or behaviour, and is an on going process.
Then we are to be “Strengthened in the faith as (we) were taught” (Col 2:7), which ensures that the growth we are experiencing is fueled and directed by our relationship with God and continues along the path of His ways.
“Overflowing with thankfulness” (Col2:7) is our natural response to all God has given us. “give thanks to the Lord, for He is good; His love endures forever’ (Ps 118:1). It begins with Christ as Lord and continues forever. We need to keep trusting our relationship from turning into a religious path of relying on our effort. We need to be like a plant which takes in the nutrients and then bears fruit.
The death of Christ enthroned Him as King for ever, come along for more discovery:
“The Lord is King for ever and ever.” Psalm 10:16
Jesus Christ is no despotic claimant of divine right, but He is really and truly the Lord’s anointed! “It hath pleased the Father that in Him should all fulness dwell.” God hath given to Him all power and all authority. As the Son of man, He is now head over all things to His church, and He reigns over heaven, and earth, and hell, with the keys of life and death at His girdle.
Certain princes have delighted to call themselves kings by the popular will, and certainly our Lord Jesus Christ is such in His church. If it could be put to the vote whether He should be King in the church, every believing heart would crown Him. O that we could crown Him more gloriously than we do! We would count no expense to be wasted that could glorify Christ. Suffering would be pleasure, and loss would be gain, if thereby we could surround His brow with brighter crowns, and make Him more glorious in the eyes of men and angels. Yes, He shall reign.
Long live the King! All hail to Thee, King Jesus! Go forth, ye virgin souls who love your Lord, bow at His feet, strew His way with the lilies of your love, and the roses of your gratitude: “Bring forth the royal diadem, and crown Him Lord of all.” Moreover, our Lord Jesus is King in Zion by right of conquest: He has taken and carried by storm the hearts of His people, and has slain their enemies who held them in cruel bondage.
In the Red Sea of His own blood, our Redeemer has drowned the Pharaoh of our sins: shall He not be King in Jeshurun? He has delivered us from the iron yoke and heavy curse of the law: shall not the Liberator be crowned? We are His portion, whom He has taken out of the hand of the Amorite with His sword and with His bow: who shall snatch His conquest from His hand? All hail, King Jesus! we gladly own Thy gentle sway! Rule in our hearts for ever, Thou lovely Prince of Peace.
Glory be to Jesus, Who is crown with a royal diadem and He is our King forever! Praise be to the Lord! alleluia Amen!
May we continual in spiritual growth, ever trusting in Him Who is our Redeemer forever and ever. Amen! Amen!! Amen!!!
Remain ever blessed in the Lord.