I will exalt You Lord for Thou have lifted me against my enemies You banner over me is love. 2x. What shall I say unto the Lord, all I have to say is Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, Thank You Lord, all I have to say is Thank You Lord.
Our Father in heaven O God! We bow at Your feet, we worship You for Who You are. Great are You Lord, You are greatly to be praise. I don’t know what to say but to say You Lord for all Your faithfulness and Your goodness to us. You are indeed the Beginning and the End.
I worship You for that which is impossible before men You made it possible for us Praise God! Everlasting King of glory, Who is like unto Thee.
Beloved, join me to sing unto the King of kings, the One Who is and is yet to come. Your children are saying Lord, You are worthy, Your children are saying Lord, You are worthy, Your children are saying Lord, You are Worthy. You are worthy O! Lord. Your children are singing Lord You are worthy, Your children are singing Lord You are worthy, Your children are singing Lord You are worthy, You are worthy O! Lord.
Our God is faithful, He has never failed and will never fail all that put their trust in Him. Everlasting to Everlasting is His Name, there is nothing too difficult for Him to do. Has he said a thing, He will surely bring it to pass. His Hand will bring it to pass, just keep on believing and trusting in Him. So many things will shake the promise. So many things and storms will come to question the authenticity or the validate of the promise or mandate you have but if you who whose Word You are standing You must stand firm and stand strong until you see it come to pass.
Never wavier, keep trusting, ever patient until you see the goodness of God in the land of the living. Glory be to God.
Beloved, this “waiting aspect” is what so many people have problems with in the course of our walk with God. Once again we will be bring your way a message that is going to help you in the course of “waiting,” in case that is where you are at the moment and if not, then it will be a walk over anytime you see yourself in such a situation.
At the end of it all, you will be better for it. You will be bless for it. Keep hoping, keep believing, keep moving till you get your desired result.
Wait for the Lord;
be courageous and let your heart be strong.
Wait for the Lord.—Psalm 27:14
Waiting is one of the hardest things to do. We want to be people of action. We feel better if we are doing something to address our need, but waiting forces us to rely on God. David learned what it meant to wait. He was chosen by God to be the next king of Israel, then spent years waiting for the day God’s word would come to pass in his life.
As he waited, a paranoid, egocentric king occupied the throne that had been promised to him. David spent his time hiding in caves and living among his enemies. As he waited he saw good friends murdered and his family and possessions taken. He saw Israel’s enemies wreak havoc on his nation. Perhaps no one ever faced greater adversity while waiting upon God’s promise than David did. He certainly understood what it meant to become discouraged and fearful.
But David also enjoyed the reward for waiting upon the Lord. He became the greatest king in Israel’s history, and, more importantly, through his trials he became a man after God’s own heart. The psalms David wrote during his days as a fugitive have been cherished words of encouragement for millions of people through the ages. Through David’s descendants came the Messiah. David’s willingness to wait has blessed us all.
Times of waiting on the Lord can be some of the most precious moments in your life (John 11:1–6). If you are waiting on God for something, read Isaiah 40:31 and find encouragement as you wait for Him to fulfill His promises to you.
Yes! As you wait while going through a light affliction, then will the Lord make you perfect, establish, strengthen and settle you.
“After that ye have suffered awhile, make you perfect, stablish, strengthen, settle you.” 1Peter 5:10
You have seen the arch of heaven as it spans the plain: glorious are its colours, and rare its hues. It is beautiful, but, alas, it passes away, and lo, it is not. The fair colours give way to the fleecy clouds, and the sky is no longer brilliant with the tints of heaven. It is not established. How can it be?
A glorious show made up of transitory sun-beams and passing rain-drops, how can it abide? The graces of the Christian character must not resemble the rainbow in its transitory beauty, but, on the contrary, must be stablished, settled, abiding.
Seek, O believer, that every good thing you have may be an abiding thing. May your character not be a writing upon the sand, but an inscription upon the rock! May your faith be no “baseless fabric of a vision,” but may it be builded of material able to endure that awful fire which shall consume the wood, hay, and stubble of the hypocrite.
May you be rooted and grounded in love. May your convictions be deep, your love real, your desires earnest. May your whole life be so settled and established, that all the blasts of hell, and all the storms of earth shall never be able to remove you. But notice how this blessing of being “stablished in the faith” is gained.
The apostle’s words point us to suffering as the means employed—”After that ye have suffered awhile.” It is of no use to hope that we shall be well rooted if no rough winds pass over us. Those old gnarlings on the root of the oak tree, and those strange twistings of the branches, all tell of the many storms that have swept over it, and they are also indicators of the depth into which the roots have forced their way.
So the Christian is made strong, and firmly rooted by all the trials and storms of life. Shrink not then from the tempestuous winds of trial, but take comfort, believing that by their rough discipline God is fulfilling this benediction to you.
Beloved, the storms of life makes us better if we continual hold on to God our Maker. He will never fail you, He will leave you or forsake you. I am a living testimony and so shall you be if you keep on trusting, keep on believing, keep on moving to while He leads you on.
This is our month of victory, and victory marks rest. Have another look at the text above, it reads …. and settles you. So will the Lord settle you and bring you to your desire end in Jesus Name.
Remain ever blessed in the Lord,