Today’s Bible Teaching and the song is about our relationship with the Father through Jesus. As we start the New Year let us consider our relationship with our Father God in Heaven. Can we truly and sincerely declare what Psalms 98:1-2 (TLV) says “Sing to Adonai a new song, for He has done marvelous things. His right hand and His holy arm have won victory for Him. Adonai has made His salvation known. He has revealed His righteousness before the eyes of the nations.”? or can we truthfully agree with and believe what the song below is saying? Can we sincerely sing from our heart “Redeemer, My Healer, Lord Almighty, My Savior, Defender, You are My King, Redeemer, My Healer, Lord Almighty, My Savior, Defender, You are My King”? or What Charles Spurgeon said in the devotion below?

Let us make sure that we truly Children God and Followers Of Jesus, In Matthew 6:9 we read “Pray like this: Our Father in heaven, may your name be kept holy.”, is God truly your Father? As we start the New Year let us truly put our life under the x-ray of the Bible and ask the Holy Spirit to thoroughly examine our Spirit, Soul and Body, we can do that by sincerely praying Psalm 139:23-24 “Examine me, O God, and know my mind. Test me, and know my thoughts. See whether I am on an evil path. Then lead me on the everlasting path.”

In the next upcoming Bible Teachings, we will be studying Matthew 6:9-13 which is the “Lord’s Prayer” or “The Disciples Prayer”, so be looking for some very good and meaningful teachings on Prayer.

Norman

Your Great Name (Natalie Grant)
https://youtu.be/QXH0MjGe10s

“Your Great Name”

Lost are saved find their way
At the sound of your great name
All condemned feel no shame
At the sound of your great name

Every fear has no place
At the sound of your great name
The enemy: he has to leave
At the sound of your great name

Jesus
Worthy is the Lamb
That was slain for us
Son of God and Man
You are high and lifted up
And all the world will praise your great name

All the weak find their strength
At the sound of your great name
Hungry souls receive grace
At the sound of your great name

The fatherless: they find their rest
At the sound of your great name
The sick are healed and the dead are raised
At the sound of your great name

Jesus
Worthy is the Lamb
That was slain for us
Son of God and Man
You are high and lifted up
And all the world will praise your great name
Your great name

Redeemer, My Healer,Lord Almighty
My Savior, Defender, You are My King
Redeemer, My Healer,Lord Almighty
My Savior, Defender, You are My King

Jesus
The name of Jesus
You are high and lifted up
And all the world will praise your great name

Jesus
Worthy is the Lamb
That was slain for us
Son of God and Man
You are high and lifted up
And all the world will praise your great name
Your great name, your great name

Jesus, Jesus, Jesus, Jesus

By Charles Spurgeon

Isaiah 41:1
Let the people renew their strength.

All things on earth need to be renewed. No created thing continueth by itself. “Thou renewest the face of the year,” was the Psalmist’s utterance. Even the trees, which wear not themselves with care, nor shorten their lives with labour, must drink of the rain of heaven and suck from the hidden treasures of the soil. The cedars of Lebanon, which God has planted, only live because day by day they are full of sap fresh drawn from the earth.

Neither can man’s life be sustained without renewal from God. As it is necessary to repair the waste of the body by the frequent meal, so we must repair the waste of the soul by feeding upon the Book of God, or by listening to the preached Word, or by the soul-fattening table of the ordinances.

How depressed are our graces when means are neglected! What poor starvelings some saints are who live without the diligent use of the Word of God and secret prayer! If our piety can live without God it is not of divine creating; it is but a dream; for if God had begotten it, it would wait upon Him as the flowers wait upon the dew. Without constant restoration we are not ready for the perpetual assaults of hell, or the stern afflictions of heaven, or even for the strifes within. When the whirlwind shall be loosed, woe to the tree that hath not sucked up fresh sap, and grasped the rock with many intertwisted roots. When tempests arise, woe to the mariners that have not strengthened their mast, nor cast their anchor, nor sought the haven.

If we suffer the good to grow weaker, the evil will surely gather strength and struggle desperately for the mastery over us; and so, mayhap, a painful desolation, and a lamentable disgrace may follow. Let us draw near to the footstool of divine mercy in humble entreaty, and we shall realize the fulfillment of the promise, “They that wait on the Lord shall renew their strength.”

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