Summary: Acknowledge the lord in all your ways, and he will direct your path
Song of Solomon 7: 11 - 13
Today, it is so important that we understand ourselves that we can’t do anything without the Lord. Please! Try to understand this; salvation is the watchmen over our life. Unless you ask Jesus to come into your life, he want do it. The chief Pharisees were the children of the devil; they didn’t know nor did they mean to do some of the things they did; you want believe some of the things together; they were saying too and about Jesus.
“If thou be the Son of God, command that these stones be made bread” How many families have suffered because someone wanted to prove who they were? What did Jesus say? “Take heed that ye do not your alms before men, to be seen of them: otherwise ye have no reward of your Father, which is in heaven”
What that mean is when you know who you are you don’t have to prove it, a certain woman of the wives of the sons of the prophets” came to Elisha saying, “Thy servant my husband is dead; and thou” newest “that thy servant did fear the Lord: and the creditor is come to take unto him my two sons to be bondmen.” You got to be careful that the God in the person you’re trusting is Jesus. Elisha is a man of God like few of us today also he had works to justify his faith in God.
He didn’t see God nor did he hear him literally but he heard the voice of God by faith and acted upon it and God showed up.
God puts desires in our heart; look at how Bezaleel makes the ark out of shittim wood: two cubits and a half was the length of it, and a cubit and a half the breadth of it, and a cubit and a half the height of it. And he overlaid it with pure gold within and without, and made a crown of gold to it round about. God is a spirit and he knows what he wants.
There’s something about two cubits from the elbow to the middle finger on the arm of the body. Its two cubits prepared for us individually, you want to see the length of your wings in heaven measure from your elbow to the top of your middle finger. Look up to Jesus! And the other half is the wisdom of God; we are not complete without him
Luke 14 says “And it came to pass, as he went into the house of one of the chief Pharisees to eat bread the Sabbath day, that they watched him” and were Insignificant by his standard, incompetent without his righteousness, miserable, and highly inferior as long as they trusted in themselves and what they thought about Jesus; they were not complete the Pharisees don’t agree with Jesus hanging around people that are considered immoral
We have to be careful of our interpretation about Jesus, have you ever had someone peak at you with a rapid glance and a penetrating look but in their heart they don’t realize that they are incomplete. Know if the gold is pure or not, decide for yourself. Jesus wants to know is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath day. The Pharisees, they claimed to love God, but God is good. Jesus says if you love me you’ll keep my commandments and you’ll love him with all your heart, mind, body, soul and strength
Obedience is better than sacrifice if you got it hold on to it, if you got praises hold on to it.
Whatever love you have for Jesus hold on to it. We got to do the things that the Lord wants us to do; he wants us to know that there is something about sinners that God loves, and he wants those that most people don’t want, and those that are being over looked. Let everything that has breath praise the Lord. Praise the lord for his love for us. Thank you Jesus! Thank you Jesus!
I want to know is it lawful to love the Lord? I want to know is it lawful for us to not think more highly of ourselves then we ought to think. I want the Lord to call me like he called Samuel, and he answered. “Here am I” let’s do what he did; the Lord has good things for those that trust him. Don’t let the Pharisees make salvation difficult, because it’s not difficult. It might seem difficult but it’s not. Let’s do things the easy way by believing in what Jesus says. Everything he says is true; we just need to believe it.
I see in the spirit a wilderness the grass is green but it’s not as green as it use to be, and there is a high priest standing in the wilderness all alone in the rain; in the rain, he’s getting wet but it’s like he don’t mine looking up to the heaven; he is looking to Jesus. When we look to Jesus don’t be worrying about getting smitten with blasting and mildew, we don’t have to worry about all that hard work that we’ve done in the vineyard, then the worms come and eat our crops away.