Good Thursday Morning! 7/29/21

The Lord is high above the heavens and worthy to be praised. Give him thanks this morning and have a beautiful day.

When the due is on the grass and the birds are singing in the trees and you could see the sun coming up, it’s time to thank the Lord. When you are going through troubles and it seems that there is no way out, it’s time to thank the Lord. When you have money in the bank and everything is going fine it’s time to thank the Lord. When you don’t have enough money to buy a sandwich for your children or yourself it’s still time to thank the Lord. When you have someone to love, cherish, and care about it’s time to thank the Lord. When you’re by yourself and the Lord is all you have to talk with, it’s time to thank the Lord because you don’t need anyone else but Him. When you are being bullied and people just won’t respect you it’s time to thank the Lord because there’s something in you that the demons in them do not like. Look at the glass half full instead of half empty. You are the righteousness of God. You and the father are one just like Jesus said. And whatever Jesus did he told us that we can do the same thing. You have healing power, love power, reconstruction power, reparation power, power to get wealth, power to get love, and power to always be a winner. And you can only do that through Christ Jesus. Praise the Lord today and remember always give God credit for the good things that happened to you.

Tell somebody about the love of Jesus Christ in your own way and you will be surprised who may come to you and thank you one day for saving their soul. We deliver because our God is a deliverer. Have a beautiful day. And be like God!


The perils of prosperity, Deu 8:10-20: It is harder to walk with God in the sunshine of success than in the nipping frosts of failure. When Paul said, “I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound,” he put the hardest last. The one secret is to give all the glory to God, and to look always to the Cross, where we were crucified to the pride of the flesh, Php 2:7-11Php 4:12. “I lay in dust life’s glory dead!”

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