Bless Today

Our Father who is ever mindful of His children, blessed be the mighty name of Jesus, King of the universe. Thy kingdom expands as Thy will is done through Your servants on earth as it is in heaven. Holy Spirit give us understanding this hour, by Thy dunamis power. Forgive us Father for our failures to listen and be instructed by Thy Spirit. Prompt us to listen and obey, to quickly forgive ourselves and others.

Lead us away from temptation as You deliver us completely—protecting us from Satan’s scheme to steal the promises of God and to kill our effectiveness in bringing all glory to our Father. We submit fully to You Father God. Your power is the only power we claim as we seek to do Thy will. In the powerful name of Jesus, we detest and resist the devil and we crush and destroy his plans against us. Glory to God in the highest, goodwill to all. I count Thy blessings unto me: By the blood of Jesus, as the scripture says, I am healed and I walk in divine health, with a renewed spirit of HOPE in Jesus. I live and breathe by the grace of God. All my needs are met daily by my Father’s lavish provisions. I am adopted, sealed, and anointed by God to do His will with passion. Abba Father, thank You for Your Word, Ways, and for giving me purpose. Your loving kindness and mercies bless my soul. Bless You Father, Amen and Hallelujah.

5 thoughts on “Bless Today

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  2. Paul Washer summary of the Gospel. “In accordance with the Father’s good pleasure, the eternal Son, who is equal with the Father and is the exact representation of His nature, willingly left the glory of heaven, was conceived by the Holy Spirit in the womb of a virgin, and was born the God-man: Jesus of Nazareth. As a man, He walked on this earth in perfect obedience to the law of God. In the fullness of time, man rejected and crucified Him. On the cross, He bore man’s sin, suffered God’s wrath, and died in man’s place. On the third day, God raised Him from the dead.. This resurrection is the divine declaration that the Father has accepted His Son’s death, as a sacrifice for sin. Jesus paid the penalty for man’s disobedience, satisfied the demands of justice, and appeased the wrath of God. Forty days after the resurrection, the Son of God ascended into the heavens, sat down at the right hand of the Father, and was given glory, honor, and dominion over all. There, in the presence of God, He represents His people and makes requests to God on their behalf. All who acknowledge their sinful, helpless state and throw themselves upon Christ, God will fully pardon, declare righteous, and reconcile unto Himself. This is the gospel of God and of Jesus Christ, His Son.” Clearly this surmises our Father’s heart to be reconciled to all.


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