I won’t let go x2
Jesus hold me by the hand
So that I won’t let go.
Sweet Jesus, Sweet Jesus, how Wonderful You Are. You Are Brighter than the morning star. You are Fairer, more Fairer than lily that grow by the way. You are Precious, more Precious than gold.
Father, we thank You once again for the gift of Your son Jesus Who went all the way to the cross to die that we may live. What a life of substitution that gain us victory over death and sins.
Beloved, His death on the cross guarantees us life, healing, restoration, uplifting, salvation, peace, wisdom, help. Imagine a world without His death on the cross? Instant judgment and death as we saw in the time of old until God sought out One Who can go us.
Jesus left His Throne to please His Father; to reconcile us back to Him. God created man for fellowship but sin broke that relationship for God is a Holy God and nothing unholy will be cherished by Him.
Today is very significant in the life of every followers of Christ, today marks the “Last Supper” and the journey to Gethsemane, the apostles were disenchanted while heaven was fulfilling destiny and salvation of mankind.
But it took Christ to bring them to the reality of time and event. And He is still willing to do same to you this day.
Had you forgotten the work of Calvary dearly beloved, have you believed the lies of the devil that Jesus will not come again? Have you like the apostles disenchanted with the happenings around you that you easily give in the temptations and sins.
Come, the Lord is inviting you to the table to dine with Him at the “Supper” today and be set free from every sins that so easily entangle you. He loves you and bid you come.
That Grace – So Amazing that sets the captive free is still available for your take. Will you try my Jesus today?
God bids you come, this is “My Beloved Son with Whom Am well pleased, hear Him”:
While he was still speaking, suddenly a bright cloud covered them, and a voice from the cloud said:
“This is My beloved Son.
I take delight in Him.
Listen to Him!”—Matthew 17:5
Peter and the other disciples were continually disoriented to God. While Jesus was concerned about one thing, it seems that the disciples were always distracted by something else. In order to help his three closest disciples better focus on His imminent sacrifice on the cross, Jesus took them up to the Mount of Transfiguration. There, Jesus was transfigured into a glorious state and was joined by Moses and Elijah, two of history’s mightiest men of God. The disciples, however, were asleep! At one of the most profound moments in history, the disciples were more interested in sleep than they were in praying with the Son of God.
When the disciples awakened, they became distracted again. This time, Peter announced his plans to build three tabernacles. The disciples were more concerned with what they could do for God than the incredible work of redemption God was about to accomplish through His Son. Finally, God removed everything from the disciples’ sight but Jesus. “This is My Beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. Hear Him!”
It is so easy to become spiritually distracted. Do you find yourself focusing on everything else but Christ and the work He is doing around you? Are you so eager to “get to the work” that you have not yet clearly heard what is on God’s heart? Does the Father need to remove from your life those things that are proving to be a distraction to you? Do you need to refocus on Jesus?
Beloved, what are those sins that so easily entangles us, come along as we consider a way forward:
Therefore since we also have such a large cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us lay aside every weight and the sin that so easily ensnares us, and run with endurance the race that lies before us.—Hebrews 12:1
Sin is our most persistent, determined, and pernicious enemy. Sin seeks to rob us of every good thing God has designed for us. Paul tells us that sin brings death (Rom. 7:11). Yet it is very subtle. Sin creeps into our lives when and where we least expect it. It packages itself so attractively that we are lulled into thinking that it cannot really harm us (2 Cor. 11:14–15).
Sin stealthily and relentlessly entangles our lives. We will never be able to run the race marked out for us as long as we are entrapped in sin. We free ourselves from sin’s bondage only if we recognize it for what it is. If we call sin a “mistake,” a “bad habit,” or a “weakness,” we will never escape its grasp. We must not blame our sins on others. We must not allow pride to convince us it is too humiliating to admit the sin in our lives.
Sin can blind us to its presence. It does not always command our attention but rather, it subtly and pervasively robs us of the spiritual power and victory that could be ours. The good news is that there is no extent to which sin can entangle us that God’s grace does not abound still more to free us (Rom. 5:20).
Has sin robbed your joy? Has it prevented you from being the best husband, wife, son, daughter, or friend you could be? Is it keeping you from spiritual maturity? If you have become entangled with sin, God can release you immediately, no matter how desperately entangled you may have become!
Come and be yea separated from among them. Let this Easter not be another celebration but the full meaning and impart be REAL in your life in Jesus Holy Name I pray. Amen!
And don’t forget He is coming back again. The TIME we do not know but be ready at all TIME.
Remain blessed in the Lord.