To God Be the Glory ( by Fenny West)

To God Be the Glory

To God Be the Glory,

For the great things

He has done,

For the great things,

He is doing,

and for the great things

He will do.

As my days, so shall my strength be.

 

I will fulfill all His plans for my life.

The boundary lines have fallen

In pleasant places for me, and

I have a goodly heritage.

 

As long as You give me strength,

Your Name will be glorified.

I will tell of all Your wonders.

I will tell of all Your beauties.

I will tell of all Your faithfulness.

Indeed, those who are planted

In the house of the LORD

Shall flourish in the courts of our God.

They will bring forth fruit, even in their old age.

They will be like vintage wine, even better with age.

They will remain fresh and green, proclaiming:”The Lord is upright,

and there is no unrighteousness in Him.”

 

Because of Your goodness

I shall go from glory to glory,

And from strength to strength,

And from grace to grace,

And from faith to faith;

Because those who wait on the Lord

Shall renew their strength.

They shall mount up with wings as the eagles.

They shall run and not grow weary.

They shall walk and not faint.

They shall use tests for testimonies,

They shall use obstacles to obtain miracles

How? Grace!, Grace!!, Grace!!!

How Loving and Caring (by Fenny West)

How Loving, How Caring! 

“I heard Him say, “Go there and speak” 
But I ran away, boarded a ship
Like the Titanic, I was bold.
I was wise in my way, in my eyes. 
Unbeknown to me, I leaked and was weak. 
I had betrayed myself, my soul sold. 

And down I went, drowning 
to a point of no return. 
Then I remembered my fault 
And cried out to Him. 
In the depths I raised a hymn of praise, 
I worshipped my Maker for His mercy, 
His wisdom, power, sovereignty. 
Like Paul and Silas, I was not silenced, 
Even in the rain, pain and grave. 

He was moved, quickly forgave
Commanded an earthquake 
To wash me ashore. 
And there I was, 
Even with a pillow 
Under my head. 
How loving, how caring! 

Fenny West 
©2019

 

God Has Done Great Things (by C.H. Spurgeon)

God Has Done Great Things

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The Lord hath done great things for us, whereof we are glad.” Psalm 126:3

Some Christians are sadly prone to look on the dark side of everything, and to dwell more upon what they have gone through than upon what God has done for them. Ask for their impression of the Christian life, and they will describe their continual conflicts, their deep afflictions, their sad adversities, and the sinfulness of their hearts, yet with scarcely any allusion to the mercy and help which God has vouchsafed them. But a Christian whose soul is in a healthy state, will come forward joyously, and say, “I will speak, not about myself, but to the honour of my God. He hath brought me up out of an horrible pit, and out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my goings: and he hath put a new song in my mouth, even praise unto our God. The Lord hath done great things for me, whereof I am glad.” Such an abstract of experience as this is the very best that any child of God can present. It is true that we endure trials, but it is just as true that we are delivered out of them. It is true that we have our corruptions, and mournfully do we know this, but it is quite as true that we have an all-sufficient Saviour, who overcomes these corruptions, and delivers us from their dominion. In looking back, it would be wrong to deny that we have been in the Slough of Despond, and have crept along the Valley of Humiliation, but it would be equally wicked to forget that we have been through them safely and profitably; we have not remained in them, thanks to our Almighty Helper and Leader, who has brought us “out into a wealthy place.” The deeper our troubles, the louder our thanks to God, who has led us through all, and preserved us until now. Our griefs cannot mar the melody of our praise, we reckon them to be the bass part of our life’s song, “He hath done great things for us, whereof we are glad.”

Ministering to the Lord ( Fenny West)

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Ministering to the Lord

Will make you glow

And it will show

It puts Him first

And you will not be last

You’ve made Him your choice

And You’ll hear His voice

Divine direction will come

Distractions will go

Intimacy will grow

You’ve given Him first place

And You‘ll see His face

He’ll tell you what to do

In the face of the storm

And you will have calm.

 

Ministering to the Lord

Is a word for the wise

And when you heed you’ll rise

Do it consciously

Do it deliberately

Do it willingly

Do it profusely

Do it purposefully

Praise Him for who He is

Praise Him for what He has done

Praise Him for what He can do

Praise Him for what He is doing

Worship Him in the beauty of holiness.

Bow down and adore Him

Dance and praise Him

Lift up holy hands

Shout His praise

with reckless abandon.

The disciples did

Moses did

David did

Samuel did,

You too can

, Duet34:29,- 10:8, 1Sam2:18 Prov4:20

  1. As they ministered to the Lord and fasted, the Holy Spirit said, “Now separate to Me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.”3 Then, having fasted and prayed, and laid hands on them, they sent them away. Acts13:218        But Samuel ministered before the LORD, even as a child, wearing a linen ephod. 1Sam2:18

  2. .8 At that time the LORD separated the tribe of Levi to bear the ark of the covenant of the LORD, to stand before the LORD to minister to Him and to bless in His name, to this day. Deut10:8

To Him Be the Glory (by C.H. Spurgeon)

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To Him be the glory both now and forever. Amen.

2 Peter 3:18

Heaven will be full of the ceaseless praises of Jesus. Eternity! thine unnumbered years shall speed their everlasting course, but forever and forever, “to him be glory.” Is he not a “Priest forever after the order of Melchizedek?” “To him be glory.” Is he not king forever?–King of kings and Lord of lords, the everlasting Father? “To him be glory forever.” Never shall his praises cease. That which was bought with blood deserves to last while immortality endures. The glory of the cross must never be eclipsed; the lustre of the grave and of the resurrection must never be dimmed. O Jesus! thou shalt be praised forever. Long as immortal spirits live–long as the Father’s throne endures–forever, forever, unto thee shall be glory.

Believer, you are anticipating the time when you shall join the saints above in ascribing all glory to Jesus; but are you glorifying him now? The apostle’s words are, “To him be glory both now and forever.” Will you not this day make it your prayer? “Lord, help me to glorify thee; I am poor; help me to glorify thee by contentment; I am sick; help me to give thee honour by patience; I have talents; help me to extol thee by spending them for thee; I have time; Lord, help me to redeem it, that I may serve thee; I have a heart to feel; Lord, let that heart feel no love but thine, and glow with no flame but affection for thee; I have a head to think; Lord, help me to think of thee and for thee; thou hast put me in this world for something; Lord, show me what that is, and help me to work out my life-purpose: I cannot do much; but as the widow put in her two mites, which were all her living, so, Lord, I cast my time and eternity too into thy treasury; I am all thine; take me, and enable me to glorify thee now, in all that I say, in all that I do, and with all that I have.”

Singing of His Ways Always ( By C.H. Spurgeon)

Singing of His ways Always

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“They shall sing in the ways of the Lord.” Psalm 138:5

The time when Christians begin to sing in the ways of the Lord is when they first lose their burden at the foot of the Cross. Not even the songs of the angels seem so sweet as the first song of rapture which gushes from the inmost soul of the forgiven child of God. You know how John Bunyan describes it. He says when poor Pilgrim lost his burden at the Cross, he gave three great leaps, and went on his way singing–

“Blest Cross! blest Sepulchre! blest rather be

The Man that there was put to shame for me!”

Believer, do you recollect the day when your fetters fell off? Do you remember the place when Jesus met you, and said, “I have loved thee with an everlasting love; I have blotted out as a cloud thy transgressions, and as a thick cloud thy sins; they shall not be mentioned against thee any more forever.” Oh! what a sweet season is that when Jesus takes away the pain of sin. When the Lord first pardoned my sin, I was so joyous that I could scarce refrain from dancing. I thought on my road home from the house where I had been set at liberty, that I must tell the stones in the street the story of my deliverance. So full was my soul of joy, that I wanted to tell every snow-flake that was falling from heaven of the wondrous love of Jesus, who had blotted out the sins of one of the chief of rebels. But it is not only at the commencement of the Christian life that believers have reason for song; as long as they live they discover cause to sing in the ways of the Lord, and their experience of his constant lovingkindness leads them to say, “I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth.” See to it, brother, that thou magnifiest the Lord this day.

“Long as we tread this desert land,

New mercies shall new songs demand.”