For whatsoever things were written aforetime were written for our learning, that we through patience and comfort of the scriptures might have hope. (Romans 15:4)
Praise the Lord, with the harp (guitars), symbols (drums), flute, keyboard instrument, tambourines and voices on high. Once again, we can clearly see that worship is very close to Father God's heart. Anytime Jesus is magnified and glorified on high, the holy ghost's presence will fill the room, igniting the hearts of God's favored children. This we will experience here this morning, as we praise God. However, there is still more to come. We are about to hear the Scriptures expounded upon through the anointing of God's Holy Spirit.
In the above Scripture, it proclaims that there is also a feast about to be had; even for the hungriest of souls. We are enlightened to the fact that the Bible was written strictly for our benefit. As we read about the lives of those who have gone on before us, blazing a trail of glory for God's habitation, we all can benefit from their awe- inspiring examples. This will enhance our lives with solid advice and comforting reality. Jesus himself will stand at the door of our heart and knock. What will he say to you this morning? How will you respond?
Jesus is a personal savior and God is a most wonderful Father. One thing I do know, no matter what the Spirit of God shares with you this morning, through patience and the comfort of God's love, you will be victorious! Praise the Lord!
April 10. 2016
Dr. Thomas Snyder