Tag: Strength

The Power Of Amen

Jonathan Cahnby Jonathan Chn

‘Amen,’ in Hebrew means ‘so be it’ or ‘yes,’ ‘I agree.’ Amen is one of the most universal words on our planet. And it’s one of the most important. For the word amen sums up everything we need to be saved, to live victoriously, and to fulfill your calling. What is faith? Faith is to say ‘amen’ to God. It is to say ‘yes’ to God, ‘yes’ to His promises, ‘yes’ to His Word, ‘yes’ to His love; ‘yes’ to His will, ‘yes’ to His purposes, and ‘yes’ to the calling on your life. It is to say ‘I agree’ with Your Word, your will – and it will be so. You can only be saved by giving your ‘amen’ to God. But it doesn’t stop there. You still have an ‘amen’ to give. If you want to grow, if you want to become strong in God, then strengthen your ‘amen.’ Give God a powerful ‘amen,’ with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength. And you will see the power of God move in your life. For with God’s great promises and your great ‘amen,’ nothing shall be impossible for you. Amen? Amen!!!

Today’s Mission – Take one promise or word from the Word of God and give it your most powerful ‘Amen,’ with all your heart, mind, soul, and strength.

by Jonathan Cahn

There is no sweeter pillow than providence!

Charles Spurgeonby Charles Spurgeon

“Israel at the Red Sea”

How sweet is providence to a child of God, when he can reflect upon it!

He can look out into this world, and say, “However great my troubles, they are not so great as my Father’s power. However difficult may be my circumstances, yet all things are working together for my good.”

He who holds up yonder unpillared arch of the starry heavens–can also support my soul without a single apparent prop.

He who guides the stars in the well-ordered courses, even when they seem to move in hazy dances–surely He can overrule my trials in such a way that out of confusion He will bring order; and from seeming evil, produce lasting good. He who bridles the storm, and puts the bit in the mouth of the tempest–surely He can restrain my trial, and keep my sorrows in subjection.

I need not fear . . . while the lightnings are in His hands, and the thunders sleep within His lips; while the oceans gurgle from His fist,
and the clouds are in the hollow of His hands; while the rivers are turned by His foot, and while He digs the channels of the sea.

Surely, He whose might gives wings to the angels, can furnish a worm with strength.
Surely, He who guides a cherub, will not be overcome by the trials of a speck like myself.

He who makes the most ponderous orb roll in dignity, and keeps its predestined orbit–can make a little atom like myself move in my proper course, and conduct me as He pleases.

Christian! there is no sweeter pillow than providence! And when providence seems adverse, believe it still, and lay it under your head. For depend upon it–there is comfort in its bosom.

There is hope for you, child of God! The great trouble which is to come in your way in your pilgrimage, is planned by divine love–the same love which shall interpose as your protector.

by Charles Spurgeon