Y’all, let us pray together for it is said by none other than Jesus that where two or more of you are gathered, I am there in your midst, Amen
Also, Anything two of you agree on, it shall be done,
THE Word of God is alive, it Lives and breathes in us, taste and see that The LORD is good! Psalm 34:8
To taste you have to open your mouth, take it on your ‘tongue’ and experience the flavor, The LORD is awesome,
When we hear the word “glory,” we undoubtedly think about the glory of a cityscape. The glory of a beautiful sunset. The glorious gift of marriage itself.
But, glory has a larger meaning within the scriptural narrative. In the Book of Exodus, we hear about the glory of the Lord descending upon the newly constructed Tabernacle (40:34-38). The glory of the Lord is God’s very presence.
Thus, in the Book of Isaiah, we often encounter “the glory of the Lord” as the promise of a divine personality that will once again dwell among Israel. Although Israel has worshipped other gods, been exiled to Babylon and suffered the effects of the destruction of the Temple and their city alike, “the glory of the Lord shall be your rear guard” (Is 58:8).
God’s presence will once again cover Israel as a cloud of glory if only they return to the heart of the Law: “Share your bread with the hungry, shelter the oppressed and the homeless; clothe the naked when you see them, and do not turn your back on your own” (Is 58:7).
From now till everlasting, you shall be great.
you shall be fruitfuk, you shall be victorious, you shall be celebrated.
You shall be successful, you shall be favored in the land of the living and beyond, you shall be blessed in abundance, your bucket will flow over with awesome blessings, you will whet others around you, Amen
you shall be prosperous, you shall have joy that passes ALL understanding, Amen
You shall have peace beyond limits, you shall make it, for all things work together for good in the lives of those who Love The LORD and are called according to His purpose, Amen
As He blessed you, you shall testify,
you shall be lifted high,
You shall excel in all that you do,
“But as you excel in everything—in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in our Love for you—see that you excel in this act of ‘grace’ also.”
2 Corinthians 8:7
What is ‘grace’?
‘grace’ (CHEN in Hebrew, CHARIS in Greek), as it is used in the scriptures, literally means ‘favour’, to bend or stoop in kindness to another as a superior to an inferior. … His grace has been termed ‘Unearned kindness’ but it is more than an attitude of favour or mercy.
We have recieved as we must give, Amen
Lord You shall be called Wonderful, as Your Essence is seen in and through me, Amen
The evils and death messengers that set out to locate you and beseech you, will not know your dwelling place, Amen in The mighty name of Jesus
The miracles in the year shall locate you and your household, we decree and declare in The Name of Jesus, Amen
We utter this name because it is THE Name above all names that ever was or will be,
“Therefore God exalted Jesus to the highest place
and gave Him The name that is above every name,
that at The Name of Jesus every knee should bow,
in Heaven and on Earth and under the Earth,
and every tongue acknowledge that Jesus Christ is Lord,
to the glory of God the Father.
We see that ALL is done to the glory of God:
Later, these original Hebrew Bible concepts for glorywere translated in the Christian Testament as the Greek word doxa (δόξα). The Hebrew word kavod (K-V-D) has meant “importance”, “weight”, “deference”, or “heaviness”, but primarily kavod means “glory”, “respect”, “honor”, and “majesty”
your heart desires will not be cut-Short.
Take delight in the Lord,
and he will give you the desires of your heart.
By God’s awesome grace, you will being a song of gladness to the hearts of all you spill The Spirit on as you are filled and pour over, Amen
The peace of the Most High God shall locate you and your entire household as you surpass definition, Amen
Our prayer should be none ending, we are blessed to experience The Lord, show Him in and with your life, Amen
You have The Lord? Are you blessed?