Come see the Lord goodness, His mercies and compassion, I have seen the Lord goodness, alleluia Praise the Lord. 2x. 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 praises doing wonders alleluia, doing wonders alleluia.
Who is wonderful is Jesus, who is powerful, is Jesus, who is glorious is Jesus, who is precious is Jesus. Shout alleluia, alleluia, shout alleluia, alleluia. Father we shout alleluia to Your Name, glory be to You on high. Thank You matchless Jesus, let Your Name be exalted, let Your Name be magnify, let Your Name be glorify, for Your are God for ever and ever in Jesus Name.
Beloved, another time of prayer, our God will not cease to be God indeed. He watches over own to do them good. His Hands are ever strong to protect those He made for His glory, thanks be to Jesus for disappointing /frustrating the devices of the crafty, so that their hands cannot perform their enterprises. Praise be to His Name forever.
That is why you and I must make our fathers business our top business, taking the gospel along with us as we go to work places, business arena, schools and hospitals. When you take this kingdom business serious the Hand of the Lord will continually be upon you for good. Because it is written and what is written cannot be broken, He will keep the feet of His saints, (1Sam 2:9; of 2 Sam 22.
Like David we will sing songs of thanksgiving as God destroy all our foes as we engages disseminating the Gospel of our Lord Jesus and as you do that, you will be set free.
Let us read further and pray for God’s kingdom to come. Please endeavor to the bible verse attached as that will help you to get the reference of the topic and it will help you to read the whole bible in one year.
“Your Kingdom Come”
But seek first the kingdom of God … and all these things will be provided for you.—Matthew 6:33
Let us examine the fourth phrase in the Lord’s Prayer: “Your kingdom come.” Jesus, after making clear that the first consideration in prayer is to focus on God’s character, puts as the next issue the establishing of God’s kingdom. Any pattern of praying that does not make the kingdom a priority is not Christian praying. Our text today tells us: “Seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be provided for you.” If you seek something else first, then your life will be off balance.
A newspaper report tells of a small town in Alaska where all the electric clocks were showing the wrong time. The fault, it appears, was in the local power plant. It failed to run with systematic regularity, and thus all the electric clocks were “out.” When your primary concern is for something other than the kingdom of God, then everything in your life will be “out,” too. One of the sad things about church history is that the church has never really been gripped by the vision of the kingdom of God. There are notable exceptions, of course, but by and large the church has missed its way in this matter. One theologian points out that when the church drew up its creeds—the Apostles’, the Athanasian, the Nicene—it mentioned the kingdom once in all three of them, and then only marginally. The church will never move into the dimension God has planned for it until it puts the kingdom where Jesus put it in this prayer—in a place of primary consideration and primary allegiance.
Gracious Father, I begin to see that there is something here that demands my thought and attention, and I don’t want to miss it. Prepare me in mind and spirit for what You want to teach me in the days ahead. In Jesus’ name. Amen.
What did Jesus teach about the kingdom?
What did Jesus say to His would-be followers
beloved, let us pray that the will of God will prevail every where in the world. People will desire to the will of God and not satanic schemes.
Father, thank You because you always hear our prayers send your power down and deliver all that are oppressed by satan and his cohorts in Jesus Name.
Beloved, always pray without ceasing. Be importune in prayer, for such a prayer the Lord do not neglect.
Remain blessed in the Lord.