Monday Morning Encouragement - God, The Promise Keeper

 


"For no matter how many promises God has made, they are 'Yes' in Christ. And so through Him the 'Amen' is spoken by us 
to the glory of God."
2 Corinthians 1:20 (NIV)

In our society it has become so commonplace to make promises and break them, that we often find it difficult to trust anyone. Some politicians make bold promises they never intend to keep. Too often promises spoken at the altar are kept only until the passion wanes. How comforting it is to know that every promise God has ever made has been kept in Christ. Jesus is God's "Yes" to us. "Yes, I love you -- I sent my only Son to die for you" (John 3:16). "Yes, I will forgive you -- my grace is lavished on you in Jesus" (Ephesians 1:7-8). "Yes, I will strengthen you -- you can do all things through Christ" (Philippians 4:13). "Yes, I will come for you." (John 14:3) "Yes, you will be with me eternally" (John 10:27-28).  "Yes. Yes. Yes." And the list goes on and on. God is willing and faithful to keep every promise He has made to those who love Him. Through Christ we say "Amen (Yes)"  back to God. "Yes, I love You, Lord." "Yes, I put my trust in You, Jesus." "Yes, I will serve You, Master." All this to the glory of God!

This song 10,000 Reasons from worship leader Matt Redman is a tribute to our God, the Promise Keeper. Enjoy.



I love you, I'm thinking of you, and I'm praying for you.

Hugs,








Comments

  1. Beautiful song. We need more keeping of our word and love in our hearts. Trust is always the hardest thing to have and hold onto. If we all would work more on our promises just think of how wonderful this world would be. At least those of us that believe in God and higher power will always have that to trust in. Wishing you a great new week ahead. xoxo Kris

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  2. Yesterday's sermon, focusing on Jacob, was about God's faithfulness in keeping His promises. From Genesis to Revelation!
    Love that song!

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  3. Recently, my kids have had this sad revelation...it's hard to watch your children lose faith in people and systems they've counted on, but it is what it is. They do have faith and I hope they can hold on to that...thanks for another beautiful post. xxoo

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  4. Dear Nancy,
    In this upside down time we are in, I continue to pray my boys will stay strong and remember God is in control. He is our King!
    Thank you,
    Carla

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