Jesus Christ the Saviour and the Lord
At the mention of the name of Jesus, every knee must bow and every tongue confesses that Jesus is Lord.
What is that the name of Jesus can’t overtake?
Even in your office, mention that name of Jesus and it will make things right.
- a) He is your saviour!
Romans 10:13, John 3:17
In an instant when one believes in their heart and confesses with their mouth that Jesus is Lord, they are saved.
Saviour – one who brings salvation: Redeemer, good Samaritan, etc.
Lord – A man of noble rank and high office.
People talk about knowing people on earth or having connections in high offices and the same is us having Jesus that we know.
People in authority can do things for people on earth without going through long bureaucratic procedures. That’s what having Jesus as Lord means!
If you trust Him what should worry you? The one who multiplied 5 loaves and 2 fish to feed a multitude! What is impossible to Him?
The Lord keeps reminding us because we tend to forget who He is. This is because it could have been worse but He who did it before can still do it again for us!
What do you want?
Sometimes we tell the Lord so many stories yet He just wants to know what we want.
He is Lord and has authority over our lives. He knows our stories because He created us.
He can take care of us with whatever we need. He’ll meet us at the points of need. Trust Him as the Lord.
Sometimes we relate with God like our neighbours but He’s different.
Our God is not like the neighbours who may not have what we need when we’re in an emergency but God knows everything that we need whenever we need it.
It’s amazing to know how much God loved us and knew us by name. Just like Joseph tells his brothers not to feel guilty because they sold him but He went ahead and then invited them to dine with him, Jesus has already gone ahead of all your situations and knows what’s ahead.
God had already prepared sustenance for the children of Israel for the years of famine.
If He provides for birds of the air, won’t He provide for us His children?
When you relate with a man of authority, you operate in that authority too.
Stop walking like an apology and walk like you have a saviour who loves you and a King of Kings who knows you!
The Lord Jesus gives you a vision that connects to your passion that translates into your calling. He downloads divine ideas and inspiration that are in your area of operation and He is part of it and is Lord of it all. He will enable you to be an ambassador for Him wherever you are.
Your success is good for God.
God has a plan for your life so don’t try to live on your plans.
His promises are Yes and Amen.
His promises were not about giving us Silver and Gold but that He will walk with us through the fire.
As we speak let’s speak His will. God’s grace shall be sufficient for us as we walk through the different situations of life.
What testimony shall we give when He didn’t see us through the tough times? So be strong and let Him guide you through it all.
Even Famines carry Gods’ purposes
Today as we face famine in this world, we are reminded of many famines mentioned in the Word of God. Few escaped to near by places while few remained in the land and faced the famine. Naomi was one among them who tried to escape the famine by lodging in Moab. On the other […]
CTRR Live worship by the The Remnant on 10-Jan-2020 at The Church of the Redeemed Remnant
At Your Name / Praise Him Forever / Jesus at the Center (No other Name)
“Lift up a banner on the high mountain, Raise your voice to them; Wave your hand, that they may enter the gates of the nobles. I have commanded My sanctified ones; I have also called My mighty ones for My anger— Those who rejoice in My exaltation.” Isaiah 13:2,3 The Lord gives this command over His people, His sanctified ones, His chosen warriors to the execution of His will upon Babylon, the enemy nations, every power and principality that rises up against us – lift up your banner, raise your voice and cry out, let those who rejoice in God’s exaltation and promotion, come up through the gates. The Lord is to display His power and excellence in sovereignty in this way:
Therefore I will shake the heavens, And the earth will move out of her place, In the wrath of the Lord of hosts And in the day of His fierce anger.” Isaiah 13:2,3,13 Be not faint-hearted, nor afraid, or terrified, and do not ever give in to panic before your enemies, do not let him gloat over you (Deut. 20.1-4). When we stand without fright before the enemy it is a sign to him, that he will be destroyed, and that we will be saved (Philip. 1.28).
Remember this as we stand in the front line of fire as we worship, that we have a God who said that He will shake up the heavens and the earth and break the chains of those who rise up against us. Fear not, and sing, raise up a battle cry, for the Lord our God goes before us, fights for us, against our enemies, and gives us victory.
Praise & Worship – The Remnant (Live) on 10th January 2020
There are times when life is overwhelming, when all we have is questions. In those moments, hope can feel far away. The great thing about prayer is that it shifts our perspective toward the One who stands ready to listen. No matter what you’re facing, we’d love to pray with you!