Now I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse.
And He who sat on him was called Faithful and True,
and in righteousness He judges and makes war.
LORD Jesus we praise You for You have not left us without any help. You have left this earth, but You have sent us the great Comforter, the Holy Spirit, to guide us and to keep us safe. Hallelujah! Guide us in and through Your Word this week. In Jesus’ precious name we pray. Amen.
While reading through the Book of Revelation chapter 19 last December I could not help but notice this wonderful verse in which Christ the LORD is called “Faithful and True.” What a name! How could I have ever missed that? Well, from now on, this verse is marked in red and I will remember it — that’s for sure.
Yesterday’s sermon was all about God’s Faithfulness. Yes, the LORD has always been, remains, and forever will be faithful. Great is His Faithfulness! Let’s get busy studying His Word and getting His Promises into our hearts.
One of the many ways that we can learn more about His Faithfulness and grow in our faith is to read and study His Promises. While reading our Bible, and whenever we come across what He has promised in His Word, we take special note of it: reading these passages more often and/or writing them down into a journal.
Another way for us to remind ourselves of such important facts is to sing about them. Music has an amazing influence on us and others. The words and the tunes of praises are powerful and often highly contagious — infecting other believers as well as some unbelievers. All in all, they are a great way to remember and to declare God’s mighty acts.
Also a way to put His Word into our hearts is by memorizing verses, chapters, and even parts or whole books of the Bible — which will be our topic for Wednesday’s blog post.
Grow in the grace and knowledge of the LORD and Savior Jesus Christ today.