“Let Us” Harvester, John Parker, echoes the “Let Us!” call.
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Holding on firmly to hope by trusting God’s promises help encourage our self and others. Hopelessness can hurt.
Asaph, the Psalmist, had a bout of hopelessness and cynicism. He concluded that such negativity could hurt God’s people. He didn’t want to do that!
He writes: “What’s going on here? Is God out to lunch? Nobody’s tending the store. The wicked get by with everything; they have it made, piling up riches. I’ve been stupid to play by the rules; what has it gotten me? A long run of bad luck, that’s what—a slap in the face every time I walk out the door.” Then he wakes up and realizes, “If I’d have given in and talked like this, I would have betrayed your dear children.” (Psalm 73:11–15, The Message)
Wow! It looks like hopefulness in the Lord is a responsibility! Today’s video serving of “Let Us” will help build spiritual health!
Day 2 – Let us hold on firmly to the hope we profess because we can trust God to keep his promise.
After watching the video “Let Us Encourage One Another” by Leaving Comments below
John and the “Giv’m Heaven” team!
- Day 1 – So let us come near to God with a sincere heart and a sure faith, with hearts that have been purified from a guilty conscience and with bodies washed with clean water.
- Day 2 – Let us hold on firmly to the hope we profess because we can trust God to keep his promise.
- Day 3 – Let Us Be concerned for one another, to help one another to show love and to do good.
- Day 4 – Let Us Not give up the habit of meeting together as some are doing.
- Day 5 – Let Us Encourage one another all the more since you see that the Day of the Lord is coming nearer.”
Why can’t we just hold on with a normal grip instead of a firm or tight grasp? We have enemies in our walk of faith.”
1. Our own flesh is at war with the Spirit. We still have sinful desires that will object to what Jesus tells us when we are in the holy places with him. Holding firm means rejecting our flesh that objects. My flesh works on me every day to let go of Jesus’ instructions.
2. The Devil and his evil spirits are roaming seeking to deceive those who are moving forward in obedience. He can see us obey. He will try to distract and loosen our grip so we will drop our hope for an alternative venture that looks good or even holy. We must resist the devil, and he will flee.
A tight grip on our hope based on a faithful God is key to growing in faith. Don’t be a sucker for your flesh or the devil’s alternatives. Hold firmly.
Holding firmly to hope through the Word and in the Holy Spirit is our joyful response-ability.