All Glorious ( by Fenny West)

 

All Glorious, Almighty God, all-knowing

Unconditional Lover of my soul 

Great are You, and great Your purpose 

Unsearchable are Your ways

Sovereign are You

Through all eternity 

 

 

11 Yours, O LORD, is the greatness, The power and the glory, The victory and the majesty; For all that is in heaven and in earth is Yours; Yours is the kingdom, O LORD, And You are exalted as head over all.

1Chro.29:11

1 Great is the LORD, and greatly to be praised In the city of our God, In His holy mountain.

Ps48:1

 

 

Fenny West
©2019

https://fennywest.org

 

Great God {(2) By Fenny West}

Great God (2)

Great God
Great is Your will and great

Your purposes.
You declare the end from the beginning,
You’re Fearful in praises,

Your ways are past finding.
What of Your thoughts? –

higher than our thoughts.
You’re a class by Yourself,

perfect in every way;
You’re vast, faithful and true – the Way.
You’re 
great, the greatest

and own the seas.
Great God
You’re the New and Living Way.
Just and true are your ways;
Better, higher than our ways,
And marvelous are Your works;
You’re the Master of the seas,
Who rules from sea to sea.
You order and gather the seas.

 

©Fenny West2020

http://www.inspiration4generations.com

 

 

Rock Higher Than I ( by Fenny West)

Most High, Rock Higher than I
Ancient of Days, You are
Your love is boundless and endless

Ps103:11-12

Matchless is Your Your grace and glory
Alpha and Omega You are
You have put principalities and powers under your feet
Eph1 :22

My God, You are the Resurrection and the Life
All power belong to You
You defeated death and the fear of death

John11:23

 

 

My Lips Shall Praise You (by Fenny West )

My Lips Shall Praise You


My lips shall praise You all my days
As all the heavens and earth adore You
Your wisdom is beyond compare
(Ps34:1, Ps103:1-2, Ps145:10)

My God is the Unchanging Changer
Age to age He is still the same
Yours, O Lord, is the glory and power and sovereignty   (Heb13:8,1Chro29:11-13)

Mercy and grace and goodness flow from You
All beauty and splendour is Yours
You are worthy, O Lord
(2Cor9:8)

 

©Fenny West2020

http://www.inspiration4generations.com

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.”

That I may Glorify You ( By C.H.Spurgeon)

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2 Peter 3:18

To Him be glory both now and forever.

Heaven will be full of the ceaseless praises of Jesus. Eternity! thine unnumbered years shall speed their everlasting course, but forever and for ever, “to Him be glory.” Is He not a “Priest I for ever after the order of Melchisedek”? “To Him be glory.” Is He not king for ever?-King of kings and Lord of lords, the everlasting Father? “To Him be glory for ever.” 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 for ever. Long as immortal spirits live-long as the Father’s throne endures-for ever, for ever, 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 for ever.” 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.”

Speak Positively, Sing Gratefully, Shout Triumphantly

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Speak it Positively, Sing of it Gratefully, Shout it Triumphantly

C.H Spurgeon

Lamentations 3:58
0 Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.

Observe how positively the prophet speaks. He doth not say, “I hope, I trust, I sometimes think, that God hath pleaded the causes of my soul”; but he speaks of it as a matter of fact not to be disputed. “Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul.” Let us, by the aid of the gracious Comforter, shake off those doubts and fears which so much mar our peace and comfort. Be this our prayer, that we may have done with the harsh croaking voice of surmise and suspicion, and may be able to speak with the clear, melodious voice of full assurance. Notice how gratefully the prophet speaks, ascribing all the glory to God alone! You perceive there is not a word concerning himself or his own pleadings. He doth not ascribe his deliverance in any measure to any man, much less to his own merit; but it is “thou”-“O Lord, Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul; Thou hast redeemed my life.” A grateful spirit should ever be cultivated by the Christian; and especially after deliverances we should prepare a song for our God. Earth should be a temple filled with the songs of grateful saints, and every day should be a censor smoking with the sweet incense of thanksgiving. How joyful Jeremiah seems to be while he records the Lord’s mercy. How triumphantly he lifts up the strain! He has been in the low dungeon, and is even now no other than the weeping prophet; and yet in the very book which is called “Lamentations,” clear as the song of Miriam when she dashed her fingers against the tabor, shrill as the note of Deborah when she met Barak with shouts of victory, we hear the voice of Jeremy going up to heaven-“Thou hast pleaded the causes of my soul; thou hast redeemed my life.” O children of God, seek after a vital experience of the Lord’s lovingkindness, and when you have it, speak positively of it; sing gratefully; shout triumphantly.

Prayers Guaranteeing Answers

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PERSIST IN PRAYER

Word for today ( Bob Gas)

‘This, then, is how you should pray…’ Matthew 6:9

If prayer came naturally, God wouldn’t have to remind us so often to do it. A consistent  prayer life requires crucifying our selfish nature. But when prayer doesn’t seem rewarding,  we’re apt to abandon it. So how can you pray and get results? 1) Before you ask, adore! Any  prayer that begins with asking can become self-centered and shallow. ‘Enter his gates with  thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name’ (Psalms  100:4 NIV). When God’s love, goodness and faithfulness are your starting point, you’re lifted  out of yourself, your spirit is prepared for ‘connecting’ with God, the content of your prayer  becomes more scriptural, and you get results. In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus directs our  attention first to God’s name, then His kingdom and then His will. After that, we ask for ‘our  daily bread.’ Thanksgiving doesn’t condition God to bless you-it conditions you to receive  His blessing. 2) When you pray, persist! God’s not an automated cash machine. You are  supposed to stay engaged with Him until He decides to answer you. This involves an attitude  of faith, persistence and patience. Jesus gave us a parable about a woman who kept  pleading with a hardhearted judge to grant her petition. When she finally wore him down, he  gave her what she asked. Jesus had only one purpose for the parable: ‘To show them that  they should always pray and not give up’ (Luke 18:1 NIV). The point is not that persistence  forces God’s cooperation, it’s that God wants you to pray and not quit. When you persist  God will answer.

Raise His Praise

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“And the shepherds returned, glorifying and praising God for all the things that they had heard and seen, as it was told unto them.”Luke 2:20

What was the subject of their praise? They praised God for what they had heard — for the good tidings of great joy that a Saviour was born unto them. Let us copy them; let us also raise a song of thanksgiving that we have heard of Jesus and his salvation. They also praised God for what they had seen. There is the sweetest music —what we have experienced, what we have felt within, what we have made our own — “the things which we have made touching the King.” It is not enough to hear about Jesus: mere hearing may tune the harp, but the fingers of living faith must create the music.

If you have seen Jesus with the God-giving sight of faith, suffer no cobwebs to linger among the harp strings, but loud to the praise of sovereign grace, awake your psaltery and harp. One point for which they praised God was the agreement between what they had heard and what they had seen. Observe the last sentence — “As it was told unto them.” Have you not found the gospel to be in yourselves just what the Bible said it would be? Jesus said he would give you rest —have you not enjoyed the sweetest peace in him? He said you should have joy, and comfort, and life through believing in him—have you not received all these? Are not his ways ways of pleasantness, and his paths paths of peace?

Surely you can say with the queen of Sheba, “The half has not been told me.” I have found Christ more sweet than his servants ever said he was. I looked upon his likeness as they painted it, but it was a mere daub compared with himself; for the King in his beauty outshines all imaginable loveliness. Surely what we have “seen” keeps pace with, nay, far exceeds, what we have “heard.” Let us, then, glorify and praise God for a Saviour so precious, and so satisfying.