¿De Qué Estamos llenado? De Su Espíritu Santo Part2

Lucas 24:49 49—- “He aquí, yo enviaré la promesa de mi Padre sobre vosotros; pero quedaos vosotros en la ciudad de Jerusalén, hasta que seáis investidos de poder desde lo alto”
Colosenses 2:8 ——“Mirad que nadie os engañe por medio de filosofías y huecas sutilezas, según las tradiciones de los hombres, conforme a los rudimentos del mundo, y no según Cristo.”
 
Filosofía: Conjunto de razonamientos sobre la esencia, las propiedades, las causas y los efectos de las cosas naturales, especialmente sobre el ser humano y el universo:
 
Como cristianos, debemos asegurarnos de que nuestra filosofía está basada en Cristo. Si no estudiamos con diligencia la Palabra de Dios, estamos en riesgo de oír la filosofía individual de otra persona y sin creerlo nosotros mismo. Cuando el diablo le mintió a Eva en el Jardín del Edén, él tuvo éxito porque ella había conseguido su información por medias otras personas Adam, en lugar de directamente de Dios. Esto sigue siendo cierto hoy en día, el diablo siempre se acerca a los que consiguieron su información de una segunda persona en lugar de la Biblia. El reto que enfrentamos es darse cuenta cuando el mensaje que escuchamos se filtra a través de mal lente, en vez del lente de la Palabra. En la Tentación cual nuestro Señor Jesucristo sobrepaso la base principal fue salirse de la voluntad de Dios. Del plan cual siempre era abrir camino pasa nosotros. Pero para caminar en su camino necesitas ser lleno del Espíritu Santo. Hoy quiero ayudarte avivar el fuego en ti. Iglesia no nos podemos quedar dormidos.
 
La sabiduría y conocimiento celestial es diferente a la del hombre.
 
Salmo 119:105 “Lámpara es a mis pies tu palabra, Y lumbrera a mi camino”.
 
La sabiduría de Dios es mansa, sin amargura, contienda o envidia. Es puro, pacifico, misericordioso, y amable, y desciende de lo alto (Santiago 3:13-17]
El Espíritu Santo nos enseña Su sabiduría, que supera la sabiduría terrenal del hombre.
 
1 Corintios 2:12-16— Y nosotros no hemos recibido el espíritu del mundo, sino el Espíritu que proviene de Dios, para que sepamos lo que Dios nos ha concedido,

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El Resultado de Buscar a Dios

2 Crónicas 31:20-21 De esta manera hizo Ezequías en todo Judá; y ejecutó lo bueno, recto y verdadero delante de Jehová su Dios. 21 En todo cuanto emprendió en el servicio de la casa de Dios, de acuerdo con la ley y los mandamientos, buscó a su Dios, lo hizo de todo corazón, y fue prosperado.

 

El rey Ezequías de Judá servido fielmente al Señor. Estaba comprometido con una vida recta y deliberadamente perseguido ese curso durante la mayor parte de su vida. Él buscó a Dios con devoción, y el Señor le prosperó. Dios quiere ser íntimamente conectado con nosotros, como un padre y su hijo que comparten el amor profundo, mutuo. Nuestra búsqueda hacia  Él debe caracterizarse por:

 

1) Entrega de todo corazón: Cuando nos acercamos a la Palabra de Dios con una mente distraída o oramos con nuestro enfoque  desviada otros  muchos pensamientos y un corazón dividido. El Señor desea  toda nuestra atención; Él quiere que lo tenga en primer lugar, dándole prioridad sobre todo lo demás que importante para nosotros.

  • Me buscarán y me encontrarán, porque me buscarán de todo corazón. (Jeremías 29:13)

  • Más buscad primeramente el reino de Dios y su justicia, y todas estas cosas os serán añadidas. (Mateo 6:33)  

2) Diligencia: Deberíamos tener un sentido de devoción a Dios y darle atención especial a lo que está diciendo. Esto requiere un esfuerzo constante para entender cómo Dios opera y lo que Él quiere que hagamos.

3) Persistencia: Buscar al Señor es hacer un esfuerzo continuo y sostenido hacia la intimidad más profunda y la participación en su obra.

  • Como ciervo sediento en busca de un río, así, Dios mío, te busco a ti. (Salmos 42:1)

4) Confianza: Tenemos que creer que Dios quiere que sepamos de Él, y que Él desea lo mejor para nosotros. La FE es un componente esencial de la confianza.

  • Confía de todo corazón en el Señor y no en tu propia inteligencia.(Proverbios 3:5)

5) Humildad: Nosotros dependemos totalmente en Dios para todo en la vida, y Él está contento cuando nos acercamos a Él con una humildad.

  • ¡Yo mismo hice todas estas cosas, y así empezaron a existir! Yo, el Señor, lo afirmo. »El hombre en quien yo me fijo es el pobre y afligido que respeta mi palabra. (Isaías 66:2)

     

  • Conclusión: Cuando nuestros corazones anhelan a Dios, Él se deleita en revelarse y derramando bendiciones sobre nosotros.

  • Pero sin fe es imposible agradar a Dios; porque es necesario que el que se acerca a Dios crea que le hay, y que es galardonador de los que le buscan. (Hebreos11:6)

  •  Hagamos una evaluación honesta y sincera de como  buscamos de Él.


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El Compromiso a Obedecer

Daniel “Dios es mi Juez” 1:9-21

 

Por tantos años me comprometido  a obedecer al Señor sin importar el costo. Como todos, he cometido errores, pero mi determinación de seguir a Cristo se ha mantenido sin cambios. Cuando se presentan dificultades, tal promesa o voto de compromiso me ha ayudo a mantenerme firme. He aprendido que “Durante los tiempos difíciles el verdadero tu sale”.

¿Qué hacemos en tiempos difíciles?  Eclesiastés 3:1 Todo tiene su tiempo, y todo lo que se quiere debajo del cielo tiene su hora. Hay que reconocer es  tu tiempo de promoción. La semilla tiene que ser rota para producir.  (La película de coraje la parte del Señor hispano en su tiempo de prueba)

 

Todos vamos a encontramos con momentos en los que hay un conflicto directo entre el camino de Dios y lo que se pide de nosotros. Tal vez el jefe nos dice que falsificamos un producto de la compañía a los clientes. O un amigo puede ser presionarnos a unirse a ella en alguna conducta de riesgo. O familiares nos pueden  a mentir por ellos. El  Decir que no puedes traer la pérdida, rechazo, o incluso el final de una relación. Por otro lado, decir que sí podrían comprometer nuestro testimonio o romper los mandamientos de Dios.

 

Daniel enfrentó a un dilema (Vas a tener que enfrentar los dilemas): Él y sus tres amigos tenían una opción clara a comer alimentos prohibidos por la Escritura, o de rechazar e incurrir  la ira, la prisión del rey, o incluso la muerte.

 

  • Daniel mostró gran coraje (Gran Fe) cuando propuso un plan de alimentación diferente (Daniel 1:12). Sus palabras y acciones demostraron su lealtad al Señor. “Cuáles son tus palabras y tus acciones.”

  • Daniel y sus amigos fueron recompensados ??por Dios por su fe y compromiso (v. 17).

  • A pesar de sus circunstancias adversas, los cuatro hombres de confianza con confianza en el cuidado soberano del Señor para ellos. “Era el Momento de promoción” Miremos a la palabra de Dios como ejemplo de que los héroes de FE son reconocidos porque sobrepasaron algo. Tu estas aquí para sobrepasar algo.


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La Medida que hay en Dentro de Nuestro

Meditaba sobre lo que hay Dentro Nuestro y el Espíritu Santo me ha mostrado que esto en si significa tener  una Alma Prospera. Todo lo que ocurre en nuestra vida está afectando  por lo que ha sido depositado en nuestra alma.  Usted es el resultado de todo lo que ha sido depositado en usted. Romanos 12:3b Piense de si con cordura (Prudentemente), conforme a la medida de fe que Dios repartió a cada uno.”  El Pensar  está en nuestra alma el famoso campo de batalla. Proverbios 23:7  dice “Como un hombre piensa en su corazón, así es él,” no sólo abarca su ser, sino que llega a comprender cada condición y circunstancia de su vida. Para nosotros prosperar  o tener éxito tenemos que cambiar la forma que pensamos. Hoy vamos tocar en punto de la medida que está en nosotros “Alma Prospera”

 

  • Somos literalmente lo que pensamos, nosotros carácter es la suma de todos nosotros pensamientos.

  • Así como una planta brota de su semilla, y no podría ser de otra manera, así cada acción de nosotros brota de las semillas invisibles del pensamiento, y no podrían existir sin ellas.

  • Hay acciones y actitudes que asumimos por cosas o experiencias que hemos vividos. Algunos ni saben porque esta tristes o porque actúan de cierta forma.

  • “Las acciones son brotes del pensamiento, y la dicha y el sufrimiento son sus frutos”; de este modo el hombre cosecha los frutos dulces o amargos que él mismo siembra.

  • Si tus pensamientos son de “Abundancia” tus frutos serán  Prosperidad,Riqueza y Bienestar.

  • Los pensamientos en la mente nos hacen lo que somos. Nos forjan y modelan.

 

1).  La medida de éxito en nuestras vidas se determina por la medida de prosperidad (o éxito) en nuestras almas: Génesis 39:21 Dios estaba con El. Su presente condición no determina tu futuro si Dios está en tu Alma.

 

  • El alma se compone de la mente, voluntad (toma de decisiones), y emociones.

  • Nuestro éxito en cada arena de nuestras vidas serán determinadas por el éxito de nuestras almas.

  • ¿De qué manera el alma puede volverse próspera? ¿Cómo el alma puede ser salva?

        Ella puede ser salva si pierde su propio yo. Recuerden las palabras de nuestro Señor Jesús: «Si alguno quiere venir en pos de mí, niéguese a sí                   mismo, y tome su cruz, y sígame. Porque todo el que quiera salvar su vida, la perderá; y todo el que pierda su vida por causa de mí y del evangelio, la                       salvará» (Mar. 8:34-35).

  • Amados hermanos, nuestra alma necesita salvación. Tú sólo eres considerado próspero a los ojos de Dios cuando tu alma es salva, y el único modo de alcanzar la salvación de tu alma es perder la vida del alma. Perder la vida del alma significa estar dispuesto a negarse a sí mismo, tomar la cruz y seguir al Señor Jesucristo de modo que nuestra vida del alma venga a ser purificada. Cristo va a morar en nuestros corazones y a gobernar nuestra alma. Por ese motivo, nuestra alma será próspera.


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A Call to 21 Days of Prayer & Fasting

From January 15th through February 5th 2017
A CALL TO CONSECRATION
We are consecrating ourselves as we enter this New Year, seeking to further align ourselves with God’s divine plan for our lives and apprehend that which Christ Jesus has apprehended for us! (Jeremiah 29:11; Philippians 3:12)Spiritual discipline requires that we bring into subjection our flesh which continuously fights against the Spirit. (1 Corinthians 9:27; Romans 8:7)We are called to press in, to long for, to hunger and thirst for more of His presence in our lives. (Philippians 3:12-15; 2 Corinthians 4:17; James 1:2-8) Our break-through for this new coming year will require it!
THINGS WE ARE CONSECRATING TO THE LORD
We will be fasting by abstaining from food from 9 AM until 4 PM. then have dinner; would encourage you to drink plenty of water.Also, we will be consecrating daily the evening hours between 8 PM to 10 PM., this will be the most challenging; using this time for personal devotion, study of God’s word, meditation, prayer, and family devotion. Let us be still and hear what the Lord will say to us.During this evening time, consecrate yourself from all the distractions and sacrificially stay away from social medias, television, and internet.
NOTE: We will conclude our 21 Day Prayer and Fasting on Sunday, February 5th after our worship service.
In His Service
Angel M. Falcon, Senior Pastor

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Obedience

Blessings,
Faithful is the Lord who has promised exceeding blessings upon those who purposes in their heart to walk in obedience to His word.
In the end when we stand before the Father what is really going to count will be our obedience. I have observed in life that just because you know what is right to do we do not always implement in our lives. This is scary, that you can know the truth and still choose not to embrace it. Do you find yourself crossing over the boundaries of God’s word? Do you compromise God’s truth? You know what God’s word says, BUT. This is a sure indication of your devotion your level of commitment toward God. Because pleasing God is of up most importance to us as a believer.
Walking a Spirit filled life will require that we walk in obedience even when it hurts us personally. Remember Eve and what cause her downfall? She knew what was right to do, but when she “saw that the tree was good for food, that it was pleasant to the eyes, and a tree desirable to make one wise, she took of its fruit and ate. She also gave to her husband with her, and he ate.” Genesis 3:6.
We are still feeling the effects of that act generations later. Eve knew better but her appetite, her eyes, desires power made her disobey.
What she wanted was more powerful to her then what God wanted from her. Let not this be the case with you, but desire God’s will more then your own!
Is this true with you? The outcome of your life stand at a pivotal point, the choice is your to make. Choose Life!

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Our New Birth

“…but according to His mercy He saved us, through the washing of REGENERATION and renewing of the Holy Spirit.” (Titus 3:5)
In the month of April the Christian community worldwide celebrates the greatest of all Holiday! The Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ! Interestingly it is said that the word April is derive from the Latin verb aperio, which signifies “to open,” because all the buds and blossoms are now opening, and nature awakens and comes to life again.
I find this to be so intriguing because it so clearly portrays exactly what takes place in the regeneration of the human spirit when one “confess with their mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” (Romans 10:9)
This regeneration is the New Birth which Jesus spoke of in John 3:3 “Most assuredly, I say to you, unless one is born again, he cannot see the Kingdom of God.” It represents the rebirth of the human spirit to a restored relationship with God by an act of God’s Holy Spirit through Jesus Christ. In the regeneration a person’s sinful nature is changed, and he is renewed to life and salvation in God by faith.
The word regeneration occurs two times in the New Testament (Matt. 19:28; Titus 3:5), but the idea is frequently mentioned throughout the Bible. The literal meaning of regeneration is “born again.” There is a first birth and a second birth. The first, as Jesus said to Nicodemus (John 3:1-12) is “of the flesh”; the second birth is “of the Spirit.” Being born of the Spirit is essential before a person can enter the kingdom of God. Every biblical command to man to undergo a radical change of character from self-centeredness to God-centeredness is, in effect, an appeal to be “born again” (Ps. 51:5-11; Jer. 31:33).
Many great religious experiences like that of Jacob at Jabbok (Gen. 32:22-32), Moses at the burning bush (Ex. 3:1), Josiah on hearing the reading of the Law (2 Kin. 22:8-13), or Isaiah in the temple (Is. 6:1-8) might well be regarded as Old Testament pictures of “new birth” to the limits under the Old Covenant. But in the New Testament, regeneration extends to the total nature of man, bringing the inner being to life by the resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a result the regeneration changes a person’s desires because “newness of life” is obtained in the person (Rom. 6:4; 7:6), as well as a right relationship with God in Christ.
Therefore, the regeneration is an act of God through the Holy Spirit (Titus 3:5), resulting in an inner, personal resurrection from sin to a new life in Jesus Christ (2 Cor. 5:17). That my friend is why the resurrection is the church’s greatest triumph!
The Resurrection is significeint!
• The bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead is the crowning proof of Christianity. If the resurrection did not take place, then Christianity is a false religion. If it did take place, then Christ is God and the Christian faith is absolute truth.—Henry Morris*
• It is fitting that a supernatural person should enter and leave the earth in a supernatural way. This is in fact what the New Testament teaches and the Church believes. His birth was natural, but His conception was supernatural. His death was natural, but His resurrection was supernatural.—John Stott

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Words of Admonition

Recently in my personal devotional time the Lord has bought to my attention three very important admonitions that as believers we must take seriously in our lives. I believe we are to assure that we responsibly guard our hearts in adhering to them.
BITTERNESS: The first one is the need for us to guard our hearts toward the dangers of bitterness. Scriptures says, “Let all bitterness, wrath, anger, clamor, and evil speaking be put away from you, with all malice.” (Ephesians 4:31) This verse clearly warns of every day circumstances that could derail us from God’s best. Bitterness just doesn’t happen, it evolves as a result of some resentment, hurt, and grudge or unforgivness you may have experienced.
Often we are not even aware of it, but it does distinctively surfaces with sharpness, biting sarcasm, vexation and deep distress of the mind. Another sign is a complaining spirit and a hardness of heart! Do any of these seem familiar? The scripture is clear that we are to such behavior.
We also find again in Hebrew 12:15 “looking carefully lest anyone fall short of the grace of God; lest any root of bitterness springing up cause trouble, and by this many become defiled.” See why it is so important? It will bring trouble, cause you to fall from God’s grace and has defiled many! Many have fallen into this trap of the enemy and have hindered God’s blessings in their lives because of it. So don’t give it place in your life! So don’t speak evil of anybody! If it’s not nice don’t say a thing, period! Bitterness is a poison that will corrupt the soul, stay clear from its venom.
DOMINION : The second thing the Lord called my attention to was for us to understand that we have a God given responsibility in our life we must fulfill. Then God said, “Let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; let then have dominion… (Genesis 1:26) and …fill the earth and subdue it; have dominion. (Genesis 1:28) Having dominion means taking ownership and authority over what God has entrusted to you in life. It has to do with everything in your life, such as your purpose, marriage and family as well as your surroundings. This scripture literally means that we are to bring into subjection those things that are contrary to Gods will and plan for your life! The literal definitions for the Hebrew word subdue (kabash) means we are to keep under, force, dominate, tread down, conquer and subjugate!
The message is clear that we will have to wrestle with some things that will try to veer us off course! When God placed man in the Garden of Eden God told man to tend and keep it (Genesis 2:15). This scripture reveals for the first time the presence of an enemy, right there in the Garden of Eden. God warned us so that we would be responsible. The Hebrew word keep (shamar) means to hedge about, guard, protect, take heed, observe, preserve, attend to, and be watchful.
We all need to be fully convinced that we have guardianship over the earth! “The heaven, even the heavens, are the Lord’s; but the earth He has given to the children of me.” (Ps 115:16) We have a responsibility to oppose the forces of darkness! Our greatest problem in our society is the neglect of our responsibility! Be responsible by keeping God’s Word that sets the boundaries. Don’t let things go that needs your attention! Negligence will cost you sooner or later!
MATERIALISM:
The third admonition that the Lord gave me was that we are to guard our hearts from greed. And we know that it is evident that we are living in a very materialistic world. The word of God tells us of a story of a successful businessman who had to build larger barns to store all his harvest. He was thinking that he will lean back and relax, drink, eat, and be merry. But God said to him, “Fool! This night your soul will be required of you; then whose will those things be which you have provided?” (Luke 12:13-21)
We are warned about greed, and the temptations and snares it brings to us, and that because of it we get into foolish and harmful lusts which drowns us into destruction. But we are encouraged that godliness with contentment is great gain. “For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out.” (1 Timothy 6:6-10)
So we know with certainty that we can’t take our possession with us. But did you know that you can send then ahead? Did you know that you have a heavenly account? (Mt. 6:19-21) Every time you give your tithes and offering in support of God’s work and help the poor you are depositing into your heavenly account. (Mt. 19:21; Mt. 25:31-46) For where your treasure is there your heart will be also.

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There is Hope For You

I can’t imagine what life would be like without having hope in the Lord! In my worst of times, and I have had many, He reassured me that He is with me. It is so important that we have a real understanding of what hope in God is!
HOPE – means confident expectancy; something yearned for and anticipated eagerly; something for which one waits. It is not an optimistic outlook or wishful thinking without any foundation, but in the sense of confident expectation based on solid certainty. Scriptural hope rests only on the promises of God period!
Yahweh Himself is the hope of the godly! David said, “For thou art my hope, O Lord God: Thou art my trust from my youth.” (Psalm 71:5)
So there you have it! True hope knows God’s love and His commitment to you as His child. It knows that He is there with you at all times and in all circumstances. That He will never leave you nor forsake you. That He is with you in good times and in bad times.
Knowing this bring me such assurance that there is a peace that anchors my soul and leads me besides still water, refreshing me in ways that strengthens and revitalizes me to stand persuaded that if God be for me who can be against me! This understanding positions me to be the overcomer He has called us to!
How can I allow myself to waver! Who can separate me from the assurance of the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, peril, or sword? For the word of God says that; “yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us, for I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:35-39)
So beloved be assured that no matter your facing today there is HOPE for you in Christ Jesus!
I can’t imagine what life would be like without having hope in the Lord! In my worst of times, and I have had many, He reassured me that He is with me. It is so important that we have a real understanding of what hope in God is!
HOPE – means confident expectancy; something yearned for and anticipated eagerly; something for which one waits. It is not an optimistic outlook or wishful thinking without any foundation, but in the sense of confident expectation based on solid certainty. Scriptural hope rests only on the promises of God period!
Yahweh Himself is the hope of the godly! David said, “For thou art my hope, O Lord God: Thou art my trust from my youth.” (Psalm 71:5)
So there you have it! True hope knows God’s love and His commitment to you as His child. It knows that He is there with you at all times and in all circumstances. That He will never leave you nor forsake you. That He is with you in good times and in bad times.
Knowing this bring me such assurance that there is a peace that anchors my soul and leads me besides still water, refreshing me in ways that strengthens and revitalizes me to stand persuaded that if God be for me who can be against me! This understanding positions me to be the overcomer He has called us to!
How can I allow myself to waver! Who can separate me from the assurance of the love of Christ? Shall tribulation, distress, persecution, famine, nakedness, peril, or sword? For the word of God says that; “yet in all these things we are more than conquerors through Him who loved us, for I am persuaded that neither death nor life, nor angels nor principalities nor powers, nor things present nor things to come, nor height nor depth, nor any other created thing, shall be able to separate us from the love of God which is in Christ Jesus our Lord.” (Romans 8:35-39)
So beloved be assured that no matter your facing today there is HOPE for you in Christ Jesus!

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Life’s Journey

At the end of every year I have taken the time to always reflect on what I have personally experienced, and the lessons life has taught me. Although we can’t ever change the past we can learn from it and determine not to repeat our failures. Here’s something worth remembering; the older we get the wiser we should become.
Here is something that we must understand about the Life’s journey; “God won’t let you get away with what you use to get away with when you were a babe.” We need to make sure we let this truth sink in! The same thing holds true with our own children, the older they get the more we expect of them. To everything there is a season, a time for every purpose under heaven.” (Eccl. 3:1) Life’s journey involves the pain of learning from our mistake, failures, and disappointments. In Romans 5::3 it says “that we are to glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance (endurance); and perseverance, character and character, hope.” Here’s another scripture verse, “For our light AFFLICTION, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory.” (2 Cor. 4:17) So then it is clear that all the complexities of life are working in us toward maturity. Interestingly life is like a watch whose mechanism moves in all directions but it will always move you forward.
As we enter this New Year do so with the assurance that according to Philippians 2:13 “it is God which works in you both to will and to do His good pleasure.” Our Founding Father Benjamin Franklin said something profound that encapsulates a truth, “The longer I live, the more convincing proof I see of this, that God governs in the affairs of man.” This has to do with God’s Providence, the continuous activity of God in His creation by which He preserves and governs the Universe. The Doctrine of Providence affirms God’s absolute Lordship over His creation and confirms the dependence of all creation on the Creator. It is the denial of the idea that the universe is governed by chance or fate.
Let’s settle this in our hearts, He is in divine control; “The Lord hath prepared His throne in the heavens, and His Kingdom rules over all.” (Ps 103:19) “The Most High rules in the Kingdom of man.” (Daniel 4:25) He divinely protects His people; “I will both lie down in peace, and sleep; for You alone, O Lord, make me dwell in safety.” (Ps 4:8) The angel of the Lord encamps round about them that fear him, and delivers them. (Ps 34:7) He divinely prepares for you; “Oh, how great is Your goodness, which You have laid up for those who fear You, which you have prepared for those who trust in you…” (Ps 31:19) He divinely cares; “casting all your cares upon Him, for He cares for you.” (1 Pt 5:7)
Let us be assured, “For in Him we live, and move, and have our being.” (Acts 17:28) And that “All things work together for good to those who love God to those who are called according to His purpose.” (Ro 3:28)
New Years Blessing
Heavenly Father as we enter this New Year we do so diligently pursuing You with all our hearts. For as the psalmist said “One thing have I desired of the Lord, that will I seek after; that I may dwell in the house of the Lord all the days of my life, to behold the beauty of the Lord, and ENQUIRE in His temple.” (Ps 27:4)
We enter this New Year confident of Your presence, persuaded of Your divine protection, keeping us from harm, sickness, deceases, infirmities and over all the power of the enemy.
Now it shall come to pass, if you diligently obey the Word of the Lord our God and observe it carefully, that the Lord your God will set you high above every circumstance in your life. And all these blessings shall come upon you and overtake you. Blessed shall you be in the city and blessed shall you be in the country. Blessed shall be the fruit of your body, the product of hands, and the increase of your substance and wealth. Blessed shall you be when you come in, and blessed shall you be when you go out.
The Lord will cause your enemies who rise against you to be defeated before your face; they shall come out against you one way and flee before you seven ways.
The Lord will command the blessings on your pantry and in all to which you set your hand, and He will bless you in the land which the Lord your God has given you.
The Lord will open to you His good treasure, the heavens, to give the rain to your land in its season, and to bless all the work of your hand. You shall lend too many, but you shall not borrow.
And the Lord will make you the head and not the tail; you shall be above only, and not beneath. The Lord will establish you as a holy people to Himself, and all the peoples of the earth shall see that you are called by the Name of the Lord, and shall call thee blessed.
If you keep My Word and walk in My ways.
Our best days are ahead!

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