Tag: Always

Saved For Joy

Jonathan Cahnby Jonathan Cahn

According to Exodus 5:1, God brought the Hebrews out of Egypt to hold a feast for Him. In Hebrew “chag”, “feast” means to be giddy or joyful. If you’re saved by Messiah, it’s a Passover salvation through the Lamb as well. The reason we’re saved is to glorify God and have joy. God brought you out of the old life so you could bless Him and be joyous. It never says be miserable in the Lord. It says “rejoice in the Lord always, and again I say rejoice!” God didn’t go through coming to earth, suffering, dying and overcoming death so that you would be miserable, depressed, live in compromise or failure and be down. God saved you with a Passover salvation so you would be celebrating His presence, rejoicing, praising, glorifying Him and being exceedingly glad in Him. That’s the power of the Passover Lamb, of Messiah in your life, to live joyously. You can overcome all gloom, all sorrow, all despair, all depression to rejoice in Him. He’s given you the power. So rejoice, be exceedingly glad, for God has done it. You have been saved for joy.

Today’s Mission – Celebrate His presence today. Rejoice in the Lord today at all times and in all things.

by Jonathan Cahn

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The Way Of Always

Jonathan Cahnby Jonathan Cahn

1 Corinthians 15:57-58 TLV, “Thanks be to God who keeps giving us the victory through our Lord Yeshua the Messiah. Therefore my dearly loved brethren, be steadfast, immovable, always excelling in the work of the Lord.”

We’re called to be steadfast; constant in faith; immovable. Too often we’re moved by things that happen in the world. But here it says, “God’s going to keep giving you victory.” That’s the promise. If He’s always going to give you victory as you follow Him; then you can know that through every problem, no matter what the trouble or obstacle; you can excel in your work for Him. God wants you to become a steadfast person, always loving and faithful in Him. You have a Rock, so you can be like a rock. You have a God who’s steadfast to you, so you can be steadfast to Him. God’s immovable in His love for you. You have a steadfast promise. Become a steadfast believer. You have an immovable hope; become an immovable conqueror. You have an always God who’s going to always love you. That’s enough for you to become an always disciple.

Today’s Mission – Today, choose an area in your life where you need to be steadfast in God. Commit to staying immovable; faithful in this area and move toward victory.

For everyone born of God overcomes the world. This is the victory that has overcome the world, even our faith. 1 John 5:4

by Jonathan Cahn