Oh , How I love Your Law ( by Fenny West)

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Oh, how I love your law

It lifts me off the floor;

Sets my feet on the rock;

Gives me blessings the world calls luck.


Oh, how I love your statutes

They make me astute

Give me incredible stability

And wisdom like infinity.


Oh how I love your testimony

It gives me my testimonies

Paints pictures of hope

And enables me to cope.


Oh, how I love your commandment

It undergirds my assignment

Gives me superabundant armament

Against all satanic assignment.


Oh, how I love your word

It is full of great rewards

Full of precious promises

Full of help, health, wealth.


Oh how I love your covenant

It makes me expectant

It speaks of your integrity

Guarantees my prosperity.

7     The law of the LORD is perfect, converting the soul;

    The testimony of the LORD is sure, making wise the simple;

8     The statutes of the LORD are right, rejoicing the heart;

    The commandment of the LORD is pure, enlightening the eyes;

9     The fear of the LORD is clean, enduring forever;

    The judgments of the LORD are true and righteous altogether.

10   More to be desired are they than gold,

    Yea, than much fine gold;

    Sweeter also than honey and the honeycomb.

11   Moreover by them Your servant is warned,

    And in keeping them there is great reward.


My Iron Will Swim ( by Fenny West)

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My dream shall live

Because He lives

My purpose shall speak

Because the blood speaks

My iron will swim.


Regardless of opposition

I expect promotion.

I see progression

Because of Jesus’ intercession.

My iron will swim.


Regardless of the passage of time

In His hand is my time.

And at the appointed time

My dream will speak and not lie.

My iron will swim.


God is on my side,

So no matter betide

I will cross over.

I will reach the other side.

My iron will swim.


All things are possible.

I can do all things

Through Christ, my strength.

All things are mine.

My Iron will swim.


What is seen is passing.

What is seen is temporary.

What is seen is ephemeral.

What is seen is deceptive.

My iron will swim.


I dare to believe God

It shall be to me

According to His word

God will bring breakthrough

My iron will swim.





“The iron did swim.”—2 Kings 6:9.

Your Iron Will Swim ( by C.H. Spurgeon)

Your Iron Will Swim

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“The iron did swim.”—2 Kings 6:9.

HE axe-head seemed hopelessly lost, and as it was borrowed, the honour of the prophetic band was likely to be imperilled, and so the name of their God to be compromised. Contrary to all expectation, the iron was made to mount from the depth of the stream and to swim; for things impossible with man are possible with God. I knew a man in Christ but a few years ago who was called to undertake a work far exceeding his strength. It appeared so difficult as to involve absurdity in the bare idea of attempting it. Yet he was called thereto, and his faith rose with the occasion; God honoured his faith, unlooked-for aid was sent, and the iron did swim. Another of the Lord’s family was in grievous financial straits, he was able to meet all claims, and much more if he could have realized a certain portion of his estate, but he was overtaken with a sudden pressure; he sought for friends in vain, but faith led him to the unfailing Helper, and lo, the trouble was averted, his footsteps were enlarged, and the iron did swim. A third had a sorrowful case of depravity to deal with. He had taught, reproved, warned, invited, and interceded, but all in vain. Old Adam was too strong for young Melancthon, the stubborn spirit would not relent. Then came an agony of prayer, and before long a blessed answer was sent from heaven. The hard heart was broken, the iron did swim. Beloved reader, what is thy desperate case? What heavy matter hast thou in hand this evening? Bring it hither. The God of the prophets lives, and lives to help His saints. He will not suffer thee to lack any good thing. Believe thou in the Lord of hosts! Approach Him pleading the name of Jesus, and the iron shall swim; thou too shalt see the finger of God working marvels for His people. According to thy faith be it unto thee, and yet again the iron shall swim.