Friday, December 15, 2017
(KJV.) ISAIAH 43:19
(19) Behold, I will do a new thing; now it shall spring forth; shall ye not know it? I will even make a way in the wilderness, and rivers in the desert.
TRUST IN JESUS!
Grace be unto you! Isn't it interesting, how God works? We all at a certain point in our lives, have had an encounter with the Holy Spirit in unimaginable ways, which leaves our souls at the state of wondering, what is going on with our lives? If anyone is in a wondering state of mind, you are not alone! Let's be encouraged not to worry, have anxieties about nothing, but, turn unto Jesus, lean on him, allowing the Holy Spirit to finish doing his works, trusting in him!
God is full of surprises, he knows our frames, because he created us, the blueprints of our lives are with Jesus; therefore, he knows what is best for us: for example, when the children of God left Egypt into the wilderness, their journey to the promise land was supposed to take few days; however, (i) because they murmured against the LORD, they wandered in the wilderness forty years til from twenty years old upward carcases wasted in the wilderness; cf. Numbers 14:29; therefore, could our sufferings be related to our own handiworks? Jesus says don't worry about a thing, we are in the blood, there is no condemnation in him, keep the faith in his righteousness; trust in him, it is well!
Second point, the reason why they stayed in bondage for four hundred years is that the sin of the Amorites, their unforeseen enemies was not yet full, for God to have a reason to destroy them for a peaceful transition into the promise land. cf. Genesis 15:16; therefore, could our sufferings be, because Jesus is waiting for enemies to change evil minds towards us? could it be delay tactics, until enemies are consumed before we received blessings? Jesus says, don't worry the battle is not ours, but mine, I will recompense; therefore, there is always an unforeseen purpose of Jesus Christ, in a believers' sufferings, his ways are mysterious and incomprehensible, trust his ways!
Lastly, the suffering of Job had an intended purpose of God; the faith challenge, though Job knew nothing about his trails, God the Father and Satan the enemy, had a conversation at the throne of grace regarding his faith, trails were orchestrated by the devil, but God allowed to happen for his glorification. cf. Book of Job; therefore, could sufferings be related to faith in the righteousness of Jesus Christ? yes, it can be! therefore, if in any type of suffering today; think positively, Jesus is checking and smiling upon you, for your faithfulness, cast away the negative thoughts, feel good about yourself, no matter what, discern the will of Jesus that he knows about it, give him praises and adorations, victory is all done!
Beloved, the promises of Jesus, never fails; at times he shows up unexpectedly when all hope is exhausted to make a way where there is no way; he made a way for his beloved children through the Red Sea, cf. Exodus 14; rains manna for them to eat, cf.. Exodus 16; gave them water out of the rock to drink, cf. Exodus 17: therefore, Jesus takes care of his believers; with him, all things are possible; let's trust in him! Love one another! Have a Merry Christmas! Peace and Love be unto you! Amen and Amen!
WORD OF ASSERTION:
Wednesday, December 13, 2017
(KJV.) I PETER 3:12
(12) FOR THE EYES OF THE LORD ARE OVER THE RIGHTEOUS, AND HIS EARS ARE OPEN UNTO THEIR PRAYERS: BUT THE FACE OF THE LORD IS AGAINST THEM THAT DO EVIL.
Grace be unto you! It is pleasurable with good gestures: therefore, let us be good to people of this world; whenever we go above and beyond to touch others with kindness, good gestures, in actual sense, we touch the heart of Jesus Christ; read, Matthew 25:42-46; therefore, let us not grow weary in well doing, continue to serve Jesus wholeheartedly, persevere, forbear all things, for, at the appointed times, we shall reap the fruit of our labors, if we don't give up. cf. Galatians 6:9.
The fact is, the eyes of Jesus, are over every move we make on earth, good or bad gestures, the angels are recording them; if we walk in his righteousness, his ears are always attentive to listen to what we have to say to him; whenever we show kindness to others, he reciprocates with more blessings, the rewards are much greater than what we give; when we share blessing with others, we do not lose anything, but gain abundance of blessings; for the hand that gives, receives; therefore, let's be good!
On the contrarily, those who indulge themselves in doing evil, hurting others; woe unto them, if they do not repent from evil works, and surrender themselves to Jesus, for salvation, grace and eternal lives, walk in his righteousness, rather continue to plan and execute evil works until the day of death, I believe, condemnation awaits for them at the throne of judgment, thereafter into eternal damnation: may Jesus rebuke it! Therefore, let us be careful, not join the multitude to indulge in evil works, exercise self control, with sober reflections, walk in the righteousness of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
Beloved, both Heaven and Hell are real; the end times are upon us, horrific phenomenon are manifesting everywhere on earth, what are these evil circumstances saying to us? We need to be readily prepared for Jesus Christ, pray and live in righteousness, one day at a time, always count blessings, cast away worries, fears, anxieties, be concern about what will happen to our spirits when we sleep in death: fear the LORD, he is not a respecter of man, his face is against those who do evil works to recompense: therefore, it pays to be good! Love and care for one another! With greater Love, Have a Merry Christmas! Peace be unto you! Amen and Amen!
WORD OF WISDOM:
(KJV.) Ecclesiastes 12:13 Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter: Fear God, and keep his commandments: for this the whole duty of man.
Tuesday, December 12, 2017
(KJV.) I PETER 3:15
(15) But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts: and be ready always to give an answer to every man that asketh you a reason of the hope that is in you with meekness and fear:
Grace be unto you! This time of the year, many souls are joyful, expecting the birth of Christ, on the other hand, it can be a season of discontentment to others; today, Let us search the heart of the man; discern! What do we see? Is the light within shining brighter than before? If not, let's lighten it up, we are lights of the world! Do we see sorrow instead of joy? Let's perk up, all is not lost, if there's life, there's hope! Is greediness overwhelming generosity? Be kind, tenderhearted towards one another, share and care for others! Is bitterness springing out of our hearts instead of sweetness? Forgive ourselves and others, purge away the filthiness, let go of offenses, allow peace the chance to reign supreme in our hearts.
The heart of the man is the habitation of Jesus Christ, nothing else can dwell together peacefully with him; therefore, the man need to sanctify the spirit of the Lord within our hearts, discerning to rebuke the desires of the flesh, temptations of the enemy of our souls; yield our hearts to the Holy Spirit, concentrated on the ways of the Lord, despite the facts that we have desires of the hearts, if Jesus lives in our hearts, he already know what we desire, as we seek his face on daily basis, walk in his righteousness, everything we desire on earth is ours. cf. Matthew 6:33. therefore, let our hearts be in tuned to Jesus Christ this Holiday Season, regardless, rejoice and be peaceful in him.
Beloved, let us be in spirit, the enemy is always at war; be strong in the word of God, to withstand temptations, this shopping season; let's watch our spending habits, the credit card usage, never overcharge anything, it might come back and hunt later; give generously but be wise at the same time, trust in Jesus to provide, walk humbly, reverencing the Lord as we treat fellow brothers and sisters as ourselves. Love and care for one another! Have a Merry Christmas! Peace and Love be unto you! Amen and Amen!
WORD OF ASSERTION:
(KJV.) Jeremiah 17:9. The heart is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked: who can know it?