I am delivered; praise the Lord. I am delivered by His grace. Come and join me sing Alleluia, Jehovah Jireh has done me well. Come and see ooo, come and see. Come and see what the Lord has done, it is marvelous in our eyes.
Father, we cannot thank You enough for the all that You gave to us. Let Your Name alone be praise forever and ever. Amen! O Lord thank You for the month of June, it was indeed an awesome moments in Your presence.
Thank You for diverse healings, restorations, provisions, breakthroughs, deliverances, protections, new birth in Christ and so many other miracles too numerous to mention, O Lord, we thank You.
Lord, we are thanking You for the new month, the month of July, our Month of “Laughter and Rejoicing” (Ps 126:2; Phil 4:4). Are you happy? Are you rejoicing? Wow! Beloved in the remaining part of this year, you will laugh and you will rejoice in the Lord Your God.
Am so excited, how about you? The first half of the year is gone and we are stepping into the remaining half of this year and the Lord is saying to you my beloved, you shall laugh.
Listen to the promise of the Lord. It does not matter where you are today. It does matter the mockery that you have endured hitherto, what you should be concern is what sayeth the Lord of Host. And I bring to you goodnews of good tiding, the Lord said in that wearisome and overwhelming situation you are passing through that your time of laughter is here.
Today we are having double portion from the Lord because is also a day of prayer. Therefore, let us pray a prayer that must be answered in addition with our monthly promise of “Laughing and Rejoicing”.
Beloved, the Lord will give us reasons to laugh and rejoice in His presence. The Lord is going to announce someone very shortly, are you the one? Those around us will see the goodness of the Lord in our lives and honour the God served. Praise God.
In this new month, the Lord saying to someone, your dawn is here. Remember, it does not matter what has been going on before today, a new chapter has been open with your name inscribe on it and a new and beautiful will soon emerge (1 Tim 4:10). Praise the Name of Lord.
Come let us to pray:
“Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things, which thou knowest not.” Jer. 33:3
God encourages us to pray. They tell us that prayer is a pious exercise which has no influence except upon the mind engaged in it. We know better. Our experience gives the lie a thousand times over to this infidel assertion. Here Jehovah, the living God, distinctly promises to answer the prayer of His servant.
Let us call upon Him again, and admit no doubt upon the question of His hearing us and answering us. He that made the ear, shall He not hear? He that gave parents a love to their children, will He not listen to the cries of His own sons and daughters?
God will answer His pleading people in their anguish. He has wonders in store for them. What they have never seen, heard of, or dreamed of, He will do for them. He will invent new blessings if needful. He will ransack sea and land to feed them: He will send every angel out of Heaven to succor them, if their distress requires it. He will astound us with His grace, and make us feel that it was never before done in this fashion. All He asks of us is that we will call upon Him.
He cannot ask less of us. Let us cheerfully render Him our prayers at once and we will hear Him answer us from above:
“Unto Thee will I cry, O Lord my rock; be not silent to me: lest, if Thou be silent to me, I become like them that go down into the pit.” Psalm 28:1
A cry is the natural expression of sorrow, and a suitable utterance when all other modes of appeal fail us; but the cry must be alone directed to the Lord, for to cry to man is to waste our entreaties upon the air. When we consider the readiness of the Lord to hear, and His ability to aid, we shall see good reason for directing all our appeals at once to the God of our salvation. It will be in vain to call to the rocks in the Day of Judgment, but our Rock attends to our cries.
“Be not silent to me.” Mere formalists may be content without answers to their prayers, but genuine suppliants cannot; they are not satisfied with the results of prayer itself in calming the mind and subduing the will—they must go further, and obtain actual replies from heaven, or they cannot rest; and those replies they long to receive at once, they dread even a little of God’s silence.
God’s voice is often so terrible that it shakes the wilderness; but His silence is equally full of awe to an eager suppliant. When God seems to close His ear, we must not therefore close our mouths, but rather cry with more earnestness; for when our note grows shrill with eagerness and grief, He will not long deny us a hearing.
What a dreadful case should we be in if the Lord should become for ever silent to our prayers? “Lest, if Thou be silent to me, I become like them that go down into the pit.” Deprived of the God who answers prayer, we should be in a more pitiable plight than the dead in the grave, and should soon sink to the same level as the lost in hell (sin sinks sinners into hell).
We must have answers to prayer: ours is an urgent case of dire necessity; surely the Lord will speak peace to our agitated minds, for He never can find it in His heart to permit His own elect to perish.
As we step into the new month; into another half of the year, that which you are unable to do the Lord will do it for you. He will show you what to do. He will lead you and guide you. He will lift up every bars across your ways and He will re-establish your goings in Jesus Name.
Beloved, read this psalms 118:5- 24 and turn it to prayer.
Once again, welcome to your month of “Laughter and Rejoicing”.
Remain blessed in the Lord.