Lift Up Your Head!
Psalms 24:7-10 encourages us to keep on keeping on. This question and answer Psalm is a beautiful reminder of why we should live an expectant and uplifting life. Jesus, the King of Glory, will return for His Church (His bride). "O ye gates; and be ye lift up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. Who is this King of glory? The Lord strong and mighty, the Lord mighty in battle. Lift up your heads, O ye gates; even lift them up, ye everlasting doors; and the King of glory shall come in. Who is this King of glory? The Lord of hosts, he is the King of glory. Selah."
God, our heavenly Father, the creator of everything, the One who shaped the entire universe by simply speaking “LET THERE BE”, the One who knew us even before we were born, the One who breathed the very life into us, wants us to life up our heads and be encouraged.
So, let me encourage you. Jesus is still the King of Glory and He is still the same yesterday, today, and forever. "Lift Up Your Head" is the title of my next podcast (His Abounding Grace), scheduled for tomorrow night (Tuesday, 7/12/22). This program under the ministry of "When Christians Speak Talk Radio (Founder Rev. Ray Rose), airs every Tuesday night at 7 PM. Please share with others. Click here: http://tobtr.com/12121253
Meanwhile, don't forget to check out my two books on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Vanester-M-Williams/e/B09HJL3D8P
Excerpt from Book 1: Even though her thoughts often turn to Mama's faith and these lessons, she finally declares, "Enough is Enough," and uses her own measure of faith to survive in a life so filled with ups and downs, twists and turns. At every juncture, one thing remains constant - the ever-loving presence of God.
Excerpt from Book 2: Laura has never forgotten the faith-filled lessons learned from her maternal grandmother. With a fearless determination--anchored in prayer--she passes these lessons on to her family. Travel on an unforgettable, suspenseful, and sometimes frightening journey as they endure one challenge after another. Yet, at each juncture, somebody is fervently praying.