As the people of God assemble today may they take the opportunity to call upon the Lord Most High to restore what they have lost in recent months. May they confidently call upon His name and confidently expect to see the goodness of the Lord as He restores. Ps.23:1-3,TPT — “Yahweh is my best friend and my shepherd. I always have more than enough. 2 He offers a resting place for me in his luxurious love. His tracks take me to an oasis of peace near the quiet brook of bliss. 3 That’s where he restores and revives my life.
Melissa — God is putting His finger on things that must be dealt with right now in individual’s lives. This is a tremendous opportunity to be free of cycles, issues and fears that have held you and your family captive. I know there are those reading this right now that have had recent revelations of personal bondage that the Lord is unlocking. He’s opening eyes and restoring lives for, dare I say, such a time as this! So, take rest in knowing you don’t have to have it all figured out and on track before you go to bed tonight. Just simply start with realizing that He is the One that restores your soul and leads you in paths of righteousness for His Name’s sake (Ps. 23). It’s about that, His Name’s sake, inch-by-inch for His Name’s sake.
Marty is live on his Facebook page with ON THE GO as he travels down the road. It is an inspirational word for living victoriously in Christ as you are “on the go”. Watch for it, tune in and be inspired.
God is breaking us out of old patterns. He is breaking old patterns of habits, of things that defeat us, the old patterns of thoughts and attitudes that lead us into defeat. He is breaking those old patterns so that we can walk in freedom and be at peace in His purposes. “He restores my soul; He leads me in the paths of righteousness For His name’s sake.” (Ps.23:3, NKJV)
As the people of God assemble today may those who have strayed like a lost sheep respond to the Good Shepherd’s seeking of them. May they not forget His commandments and return to the safety of the fold. “I have gone astray like a lost sheep; seek, inquire for, and demand Your servant, for I do not forget your commandments.” (Ps.119:176, Amp)
As the people of God assemble today may the strength of the name of the Lord fill them with overcoming vitality. May they realize they have a friend that sticks closer than a brother and that He is the strong one standing with them and upholding them by His powerful right hand. Ps.63:8, Amp – “My whole being follows hard after You and clings closely to You; Your right hand upholds me.”
“Cast Your Burden on the Lord” with Marty Gabler
Psalm 55:22 “Cast your burden on the Lord and He will sustain you.”
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Oh, sheep, know thy Shepherd. The Good Shepherd is too compassionate to be cruel and He is too wise to be irrational. His ways are not the epitome of men’s frustrations and anger with one another nor the outworking of men’s legalisms. (Excerpt from “Sheep Have Short Legs” book by Marty Gabler)
The Lord God is our keeper. He keeps us in the palm of His hand and watches over us daily. We can trust Jesus, our Good Shepherd, to take note of His sheep in very practical matters. May the Lord help and protect you to keep your confidential matters confidential. May the Lord keep your passwords, emails, FaceBook, webpages and bank accounts secure. May those who would attempt to say things to your detriment be checked by the Spirit of the Lord, lest they hinder your righteous progress. May the Lord rebuke the devourer in your behalf. (Isa.33:6, Msg) “God keeps your days stable and secure—salvation, wisdom, and knowledge in surplus, and best of all, Zion’s treasure, Fear-of-God.” We are praying you discover daily that the Good Shepherd is keeping you.
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Counsel For Living #6— When looking at a Source beyond ourselves, anxiety has a sneaky way of implying distrust and implying that we might do better for ourselves out of our own efforts. But Peter counsels us to cast all our concerns on all-powerful and wise God. As the original language suggests, may we take even the cause of the concern to the Lord and leave it there. The very words of Jesus show us in Jn.10:14 that HE is the Good Shepherd Who stands in defense of the flock and that He is nothing like the abandoning shepherd of v.13. May we give ourselves to Him unreservedly trusting His watchful care.
“Casting the whole of your care [all your anxieties, all your worries, all your concerns, once and for all] on Him, for He cares for you affectionately and cares about you watchfully.” (1Pe.5:7, Amp)
Marty audio excerpt: “God’s Will Has Never Changed”