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MY EVERLASTING FATHER 11/08/2012

My Everlasting Father!
Your Throne is established forever and ever.
Your Majesty! Your Majesty!! Your Majesty!!!
My Lord who reigns from eternity to eternity.

You pictured the world and called it into existence
Your hand work is beyond human competence
You framed the world by the words of your voice
You made man in your image but left him to make a choice

I Adore You
I Bless You
I Celebrate You
I Decorate You
I exhort You
I Fall down before You
I Glorify You
I Honour You

Lord as I look up to You today. Help me to make the right choice at every point of decision in my life.
Don't allow me to make decisions that is not in line with your plans for my life.

As I come to the cross road of destiny, lead me to the right path. Help me not to compromise no matter how tough the right road may seem.

Thank You for this one week of success and hard work. I pray that the labours of our hand will not be in vain. Let this weekend bring us good and lasting memories and let souls be won for Your Kingdom this weekend. Protect Your Church and Your own.

Be our Everlasting Father indeed. We pray in Jesus Name. A
MEN!

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