Tag: US

Don’t Be Fooled, Jesus Reigns

David Wilkersonby David Wilkerson

Jesus rules the nations of the world. The Bible tells us, “He rules by His power forever; His eyes observe the nations; do not let the rebellious exalt themselves” (Psalm 66:7).

“The Lord has established His throne in heaven, and His kingdom rules over all” (Psalm 103:19).

Don’t be fooled, our country is not ruled by Republicans, Democrats or any human authority. It is not ruled by Wall Street or big business entities. No power, earthly or supernatural, rules America or any other nation. God alone is in control. He sits as King of kings and Lord of lords, ruling and reigning over all creation from his heavenly throne.

I am amused whenever I hear politicians boast about our country’s power, how we established ourselves as the most powerful nation on earth. We did nothing of the kind. All the nations, kings, dictators and presidents of the world are mere specks of dust in God’s eyes. Our Lord rules over them all, pulling down one authority and raising up another.

“Behold, the nations are as a drop in a bucket, and are counted as the small dust on the scales; look, He lifts up the isles as a very little thing … All nations before Him are as nothing, and they are counted by Him less than nothing and worthless” (Isaiah 40:15, 17).

If Christ rules as the supreme authority over his kingdom, and we are his subjects, then our lives must be governed by him. What does it mean, exactly, for us to be governed by Jesus? According to the dictionary, to govern means “to guide, direct, control all actions and behavior of those under authority.” In short, Jesus must be allowed to control all of our actions and behavior. He must guide and direct our lives daily, including our every thought, word and deed.

Allow your King, Jesus, to govern your life through his Word, then you will be blessed and your life filled with his joy.

by David Wilkerson

 

He Will Never Forsake Us

A.B. Simpson 90 x115by A.B. Simpson

Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?—Romans 8:35

Who shall separate us from-the love of Christ? After all the possible obstacles and enemies have been mentioned, one by one, the triumphant answer comes:

In all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us (v. 37).

Our trials will be turned to helps; our enemies will be taken prisoners and made to fight our battles. Like the weights that keep the tall pendulum clock going, so our very difficulties will prove incentives to faith and prayer and occasions for God’s becoming more real to us. We shall acquire from our troubles not only deliverance but triumph, and in all these things we shall be even more than conquerors through Him who loved us.

Our security depends not upon our unchanging love but on the love of God in Christ Jesus toward us. It is not the clinging arms of the baby that keep it from falling, but the strong arms of the loving mother. God loves us with an everlasting love, and although all else may change He will never leave us, never forsake us.

by A.B. Simpson