Psalm 136 is an example of antiphonal praise to Jehovah! Right there in the first few verses the psalmist writes that our God is the only God! But what stands out to me in this is beautiful call and response is that the choir keeps saying THANK YOU! Brothers thank you must become part of our daily vocabulary. We must continue with thanks on our lips not just to God, but our spouse, our children, our family! In the great times, never forget to say thank you that you are in that state, in the rough times say thank you that God is providing a way of escape from that place too. Thank you makes room for more. It opens a portal of possibilities for our lives. Never forget to say THANK YOU.
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Scripture: Psalm 136: 1-9 (God’s Word Translation)
In Job chapter 10, Job has a litany of questions that he said he will ask God when he gets a change. Job was challenged with the paradox of faith and doubt.
In our search for truth and righteousness we must move beyond an outside second person relationship with God. We must get acquainted with God one on one. Because life promises to be challenging and if you do not know God doubt will come in and try to destroy your relationship. When you KNOW God you will have a well grounded and well founded basis that God has your best interest in mind. When we go though our metaphorical valley experience and we find ourselves at the lowest point of our very existence or when climb to our mountain top experience and the air is so thin we find ourselves not being able to breath, we still with the little we have left in us can state, I trust God! Get to know him today. —
God requires us to TURN from our wicked way, our sinful and sin filled lives. He requires us to move from out past and move forward with him. Sin is simply missing the mark. If you have missed the mark with honesty, integrity, morality, belief and so on; if you have missed the mark you have sinned. Here is the great news, if you are in Christ, if you have given your life to Jesus you are no longer under the dominion of sin. You are controlled by sin, but you have the ability to look sin in the face and deny it any place in your life. Brother’s in this podcast we talk about turning 180 degrees and walking away from sin, so we can live out best life!
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When we, the chosen, the elect, the ekkilsia, God’s redeemed tap into the true power of prayer that is when we will see result! I admonish you to tap into prayer. Today we jump into 2 Chronicles and discover that God has chosen us to set up residence in, and He has laid out some conditions for our deliverance as a people and for the world. I long to see the world, everyone, delivered and set free. It is my hearts desire that men and women, boys and girls everywhere experience God’s overwhelming Grace!
I was awaken this morning to this word, and only this word, PRAY. It is time to pray brothers, can I get you to link hearts, link minds in prayer and believe that God will bring forth a mighty deliverance to our world? God heal us from the plague, show us how to love everybody, and grant us your Grace.
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Song: II Chronicles
Artist: Daryl Coley
Album: Just Daryl
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It is time for us to get back to prayer. Set your heart right. Walk away from all of the foolishness and childish behaviors. Get in front of God and ask him to provide you with instructions and solutions that you can implement in your life to become the Man that he has designed for you to be. How do I set my heart right? Prayer, pure simple communication with God. No more excuses. Let’s go!
Depression and despair go hand in hand. But the issue with despair is that it is a true sense of hopelessness. When you have Christ in your life there is NEVER hopelessness. The Son of Korah wrote in the Hebrew song book (Psalm 42) “Why are you in despair, my soul? And why are you restless within me? Wait for God, for I will again praise Him, For the help of His presence, my God.” It reminds us that God is our hope. One true nature of God that I can attest to is that he is a repeat offender; if He did it before, He will do it again. God will bring you out just like he did with you before. Just like he did with the children of Israel. Just like He did with Paul in the prison. Never give up your hope. Beware of despair, because it only come to push you over the edge. But our God has come to breath new life into you. Wait on Him, I promise he will show up on time.
When we speak without thinking we can destroy a life, a future, a family and the list goes on. It is imperative that we remember that our words have power, the Bible teaches us that. Job found himself in a place where his emotions took over, and he did not think before he spoke. The monologue in chapter nine sound like some of us at time a double faucet, two headed, two faced. Spewing blessing and hatred from the same mouth! Wow, just wow! Men, brothers, friends we must remember that our words count and they leave a lasting impression. Your Words Matter, choose them wisely. —