Who is like unto Thee O! Lord, Who is like unto Thee O Lord! among the gods who is like Thee, You are glorious in holiness fearful in Praising doing wonders alleluia! Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God, Unchangeable God.
Our Father who art in heaven, hallow be Thy Name, let Thy kingdom come and your will be done on earth, give us this day, our daily bread, forgive us our trespass as we forgive those who trespass against us, lead us not into temptation but deliver us from all evil…. thank You Father for Your guidance and protections all through the week, Your grace which was sufficient for us, thank you for protection and safety, You are God and there is no one like you. Let Your Name be exalted forever and ever in Jesus Name.
Dearly beloved how are today? Faithful is our God! is been a wonderful week if you ask me, basking God’s love and faithfulness. Our God is Awesome, He is Faithful, He is Kind, He is Loving, He is so Powerful, He is Reliable and also Dependable, there is no one to compare Him with.
Welcome to our first PCL of this month, like any other one the Spirit of God is available to do us good. Praise the Name of the Lord!
Have seen the Finger of God? Is God working in your life as He promised us at the beginning of this month in your life and situation? Beloveth, join to me to sing:
I have seen the Lord goodness, His mercies and compassion, I have seen the Lord goodness alleluia Praise the Lord.
Mephibosheth said “who is thy servant, that shouldest look upon such a dead dog as I am? In the same vain I ask my God who are mine that remembered Thy handmaid and showed her mercy. What about you?
We should like our Bible character this day and see God’s acts of Kindness shown to us ours as mercy. We are worms before God. All that we are belongs to Him, all that we have achieved and will achieve is ever His. There is nothing we have that is ours either by intelligent or by strength. Our good days are His acts likewise the bad days and times.
If man will not forget, beloveth God will never forget. I am so confident that our God is more than able to do what we ask of Him and that He plans to do. Praise the Name of the Lord.
Let us learn to be grateful even to the smallest thing because it is God that giveth it to us, let us be appreciative of Him for Him alone is worthy of our Praise.
Let the acts of “Thanksgiving” be your way of life and you will see God in the beauty of His holiness.
Come on for more:
“What is thy servant, that thou shouldest look upon such a dead dog as I am?” 2 Samuel 9:8
If Mephibosheth was thus humbled by David’s kindness, what shall we be in the presence of our gracious Lord? The more grace we have, the less we shall think of ourselves, for grace, like light, reveals our impurity.
Eminent saints have scarcely known to what to compare themselves, their sense of unworthiness has been so clear and keen. “I am,” says holy Rutherford, “a dry and withered branch, a piece of dead carcass, dry bones, and not able to step over a straw.” In another place he writes, “Except as to open outbreakings, I want nothing of what Judas and Cain had.”
The meanest objects in nature appear to the humbled mind to have a preference above itself, because they have never contracted sin: a dog may be greedy, fierce, or filthy, but it has no conscience to violate, no Holy Spirit to resist. A dog may be a worthless animal, and yet by a little kindness it is soon won to love its master, and is faithful unto death; but we forget the goodness of the Lord, and follow not at His call.
The term “dead dog” is the most expressive of all terms of contempt, but it is none too strong to express the self- abhorrence of instructed believers. They do not affect mock modesty, they mean what they say, they have weighed themselves in the balances of the sanctuary, and found out the vanity of their nature.
At best, we are but clay, animated dust, mere walking hillocks; but viewed as sinners, we are monsters indeed. Let it be published in heaven as a wonder, that the Lord Jesus should set His heart’s love upon such as we are.
Dust and ashes though we be, we must and will “magnify the exceeding greatness of His grace.” Could not His heart find rest in heaven? Must He needs come to these tents of Kedar for a spouse, and choose a bride upon whom the sun had looked?
O heavens and earth, break forth into a song, and give all glory to our sweet Lord Jesus.
Praise the Name of the Lord for His goodness and Kindness that enduerth forever more. We are dead dogs, we worthy nothing on our own except for what we are by the grace of God. look up into the heaven and see God’s glory coming down to make you an ash a beauty to behold.
Beloveth, let us not allow pride to make us think of ourselves highly more we ought, for our God loves the humble in heart and despises the proud (Isa 57:15, 66:2, Jas 4:6)He is our All in All. Look and be bless in Jesus Name. Lift up His Holy Name on High and let Your Name be Magnify forever in Jesus Name. Praise the Name of Jesus!
Believe God and shall be counted to you as righteousness, arise and Praise God and I know that when He will opens the Book of Remembrance, you next on line in Jesus Name.
Have a blessed weekend; see you on Monday by God’s grace.
Remain blessed in the Lord.