What shall I render to Jehovah, all I have to say is thank You Lord. What shall I render to Jehovah, all I have to say is thank You Lord. Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, all I have to say is thank You Lord, for Your goodness, Thank You, for Your Kindness Thank You, all I have to say is thank You Lord. Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, all I have to say is Thank You Lord.// Let the Spirit of the Lord comes down, let the Spirit of the Lord comes down in Jesus Name, let the Spirit of the Lord from heavens come down let the Spirit of the Lord comes down. Let the anointing of Jesus comes down in Jesus Name, let the anointing of the Lord comes Amen! Let the anointing of the Lord from heaven comes down let the anointing of the Lord comes down in Jesus Name.
Father, we thank You, we blessed Your Holy Name, we adore You, we give Praise, adoration to Your Name Who lives and reign for ever more. Glorious God, Wonderful Redeemer, we thank You, we worship You, we exalt Your Holy Name for You are God! Thank You for the gift of day, for good health and vitality, for Miracles only You can do, for protections upon us, for Defense that You steadily wrought for us, glory be to You Name on high in Jesus Name.
You are worthy O Lord! Thou Lamb of Calvary to receive glory and adoration, You are O Lord Thou Lamb of Calvary to receive glory now and forever more. Thank You Mighty Father for Who You are and what You are doing in our lives and situations in Jesus Name.
Arise O God! Let Your Name be Praise forever. Beloved, our God is good to us, join me in praising Him. we saw in our monthly theme that King Jehoshaphat Praise through his victory. He did not lift up his finger yet he won the battle, beloved, God not stop at giving victory, He also blessed him, they found among their enemies their precious jewels, they gathering of the spoil took three days for they were much. What a humorous God we serve.
But note you one that King Jehoshaphat humbled himself before God and trusted only in for the deliverance of his people, he charged them to believe in what the prophet said and also believe in God so that they will establish.
So we are to follow their examples if we are to receive a crowning glory according to the Word of the Lord to us. Let us purge ourselves of every uncleanness and filthiness and walk blameless before God that His Word to us will find fulfillment in Jesus Name come on for more:
“He that walketh uprightly walketh surely.” Prov. 10:9
His walk may be slow, but it is sure. He that hasteth to be rich shall not be innocent nor sure; but steady perseverance in integrity, if it do not bring riches, will certainly bring peace. In doing that which is just and right we are like one walking upon a rock, for we have confidence that every step we take is upon solid and safe ground.
On the other hand, the utmost success through questionable transactions must always be hollow and treacherous, and the man who has gained it must always be afraid that a day of reckoning will come, and then his gains will condemn him.
Let us stick to truth and righteousness. By God’s grace let us imitate our Lord and Master, in whose mouth no deceit was ever found. Let us not be afraid of being poor, nor of being treated with contempt. Never, on any account whatever, let us do that which our conscience cannot justify.
If we lose inward peace, we lose more than a fortune can buy. If we keep in the Lord’s own way, and never sin against our conscience, our way is sure against all comers. Who is he that can harm us if we be followers of that which is good? We may be thought fools by fools if we are firm in our integrity; but in the place where judgment is infallible we shall be approved.
Do you want know more about walking uprightly before the Lord, come along with us to consider the next message:
Giving it 110% – A rare commodity today in our National slide into mediocrity.
The Scriptures allow us no such quarter. Consider Paul’s admonition to young Timothy :
“Do not neglect the spiritual gift within you“
- Don’t be careless with it
- Don’t disregard it
- Don’t make light of it.
Reminiscent, of Jesus’ admonition regarding the talents: Use it and I will multiply it; hide it and I will take it away from you. (Matthew 25:15-30)
“Take pains with these things“
- Meditate upon them
- Revolve them in your mind
- Ponder these truths with the intention of applying them to your life.
“Give Thyself wholly to them“
- Agree with them
That is, don’t dance around the periphery. Jump into the water! Get committed!
- Pay attention
Non-commitment and compromise are the operative values in the corridors of today’s business, political and educational sophistry.
Not so, the disciple of Jesus. The cost of Calvary demands nothing less than “my soul, my life, my all.”
Did you read that, the cost of Calvary demands my all, and so also with you. Let’s give it our all and the Lord will bless us as we Praise Him today (Col 3:12-17).
Today is the day two, let us lift up our voice and give our all to the Lord.
Remain blessed in the Lord.