Who is Like the Lord . . .

“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord, my strength, and my redeemer.”
Psalm 19:14

Beloved,

“We bless Your Name O Lord — We ascribe Glory to Your Name.” IHOP KC 10:01 am

Hearts on fire, consume all the flesh — and leave nothing but the essence of Christ, thus becoming a true reflection of our God in the midst of every event and moment in our lives. Falling to our knees, we cry, “Holy is the Lamb who was slain.”

There is a demand upon our day(s) — to witness of the Light, to carry the Gospel into dark places and release those that are found in bondage. It is a declaration of, “Where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is Freedom (Truth).” We are banners to be lifted up high, that all might see this Truth — of who Jesus is.

Our Testimony that is to be spoken, and upon those word(s) — many are saved. We are servants of the Most High God — and He has invested His Breath in us — not to be buried and dug up upon His return — but to be used in this time, this season of our lives. And upon His return, the Master will see the fruit of your labors. And our Faith is built upon such things.

There is none like Him — our God.

Let our eyes be fixed (firmly) on the Cross — where the Lamb laid down His Life for us and all mankind. That in those moments, as He hung there — and blood poured out — His Words were, “Forgive them, for they don’t know what they are doing.” A final work of His Life — the Word that became Flesh and walked among us, now breathed His last breaths of this world. And He used each spasm of pain and wound, to exorcise the sin from our lives (past, present, and future) reconciling man to the Father.

That upon our acknowledgment of who He is — and the realized confession of our sin, that the Blood of the Lamb would not have been in vain — but a value that was beyond any worldly measure.

Who is like the Lord?

“I lift my hands in the Sanctuary — I lift my hands in the Sanctuary.” IHOP KC

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