Morning Prayer Summary for Friday, January 26, 2024

Morning Chapel Prayer Playlist
Morning Chapel Prayer Today

Brother DJ…

Good morning, everybody.

Father, we thank you for your goodness and your love and your mercy on this 26th of January on this Good Friday.

Let’s worship Him this morning with all of our hearts. He said to love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your soul. And then He said to love your neighbor as yourself. This is the first commandment and the greatest commandment. Love the Lord with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your strength. And worship His holy name.

This is the day the Lord has made…

Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Thank you, Father. We choose to be here this morning. It’s a choice. Let us rejoice and be glad. “But I have this problem.” “I have a that problem.” He says, “Let us rejoice and be glad in it because He is going to turn that situation around.” Hallelujah.

I got this word that keeps coming to my mind: “Be angry and sin not. Don’t let the sun go down on your wrath and give no place to the devil.”

Be angry and sin not…

Perfect love casts out all fear. Be humble and walk in love… for where there is strife and division, there is confusion. And then he said not only is there confusion, but there is evil. Where there is strife, there is division. Strife brings division and confusion, and there is all work of the evil one. He said, “Don’t give a foothold to the Devil.” So let’s not have strife. Let’s have love instead.

God has not given a spirit of fear. But He has given us spirit of love, power, and a sound mind. Walk in love. Walk in love.

Thank you, Father. Love never fails.

He said that if we speak in tongues, which we should, and have no love or if we give all our money to the poor and have no love… He’s not saying not to give, but rather to do it with love. If we have faith to move a mountain but have no love we’re just making noise.

Be angry and sin not. Let no corrupt communication proceed from your mouth, but instead speak to build up others. Have zero corrupt communication. That means nothing. Nothing! Build others up… lift them up.

Let no corrupt communication come out of your mouth…

I remember I was in the post office and the guy gave me something to fill out. And I filled it out wrong. I said that I would be right back. I went to my car to get my glasses. So I go to my car, and I said, “Forget it.” I just left. And the Lord said, “Why did you say to the post office man, ‘I’ll be back.’ Let no corrupt communication come out of your mouth.”

Then another time a similar thing happened. I said, “I’ll be there.” That means I’m going to be there. Let no corrupt communication come out of your mouth. But only to build up, lift them up. Hallelujah. He said, “When we lift others up, we rise with them. When we pull people down, we go down with them.”

“Let the words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart, be acceptable in thy sight, O Lord” (Ps. 19:14).

Oh Lord, my God, my Redeemer, my Savior. There is none like you.

Complaining is corrupt communication…

How about complaining? Somebody asked me this last week, “Bring some special donuts.” So I agreed, but when I left, I thought, “Now I have to stop at the donut place.” Which I was going to go anyway to bring donuts for us. Look at the heart… Complaining! Let no corrupt communication come out of your mouth.

Complaining sent the fiery serpents…

I’m going to read to you something. “And the people spake against God, and against Moses, Wherefore have ye brought us up out of Egypt to die in the wilderness? for there is no bread, neither is there any water; and our soul loatheth this light bread” (Num. 21:4). The Lord sent fiery serpents among the people and they bit the people and many of the people in Israel died. Then they came to Moses and said, “We have sinned. We have spoken against the Lord.” He said He sent fiery serpents because of your complaining.

“Why do we go to church?”
“Why should I bring tithes?”
“Why should I do this?”

The Lord said, “I heard you talking.” But then He said, “But those who know My name talk different.” They say, “Yes, I will go to church. I will bring my tithes and offering. Let God be magnified who takes pleasure in the prosperity of His servant. Complaining. Let no corrupt communication come out of our mouth, but that which builds others up and not putting down. Hallelujah.

The answer to complaining is praise and worship…

Here’s another one. A good one. Second Chronicle 20:22. This is the good news.

“And they rose up early in the morning…” It’s a Jehoshaphat problem. They have war problems. “When they consulted with people, they said, Let’s praise the Lord. They sent praise and worship team in the front to start singing. We should praise the beauty of the holiness. They went out before the army and were saying, Praise the Lord for His mercy endures forever. They rose up early in the morning, went out and set up praise and worship and started saying, Praise the Lord for His mercy endures forever.” Now it changed.

The complaining sent the fiery serpent. But praise and worship… let’s look at what happened. “Now when they start to bring in praise to the Lord, and the Lord sent ambushments against the people of Moab and so forth, and they all were defeated.” The complaining brought the fiery serpent and the serpents bit them. Complaints! First we pray for the big house. When we get the big house we say, “Oh God, now I have to clean it.” Complaining! And then we ask for God to give us a good car. Then we complain, “Oh man, now I have to give it oil change.” Complain! Complain! Then God gives us a good job. And we say, “Oh man, I have to get up early.”

Where there is confusion and unproductive language, there is the work of evil. But where there is praise and worship and thanksgiving, God sent ambushments.

How about one more?

Early one morning… You know, there’s something about the early morning, getting up early, worshiping and thanking Him. You know what I found out? I had an inspection yesterday. It was supposed to be at 9:30. I’m leaving my house right around 9 a.m. My keys! Oh God, where are the keys? Now I’m getting hot. Oh, where are the keys? My briefcase, my bag are here. But no keys. Now the inspector was there. I’m getting nervous. Where’s my keys? So I go look. Ah! I couldn’t find my keys. I couldn’t find my keys! Has that ever happened to you?

Anyway, so I go there and it’s under the paper. “Oh, I found it. I found the keys.” The Spirit of God said, “Go read Matthew, the chapter where Jesus said, ‘Come unto me early in the morning and I will give you rest.’”

But this is what I found out. This is the part that I read many times, thousands of time. As a matter of fact, somebody gave me this scripture the first time when my mind was in turmoil in Arizona. I didn’t know God. I thought I was going to die. But this man of God, who took me to church when I was in turmoil. I called Bob and said, “I couldn’t take it. Everything is bad in life.” He said, “Open the Bible. Go to Matthew.” I don’t know how to open the Bible. Where is Matthew? Who is Matthew? And so he opened the Bible. He got me there step by step. He said, “Come unto me those who are tired, bored and given up. Come unto me, and I will give you rest.”

Then I learned yesterday he said, “Learn from Me. My yoke is easy. My burden is light.” Guess what I say? You’ll find rest to your soul… like my keys. So that means if you didn’t have it, you have to find it. He said, “You come to Me and learn from Me and you will find those keys. You’ll find rest to your soul.” First He say, “Come to me and I’ll give you rest.” Now He’s saying you’ll find a rest to your soul.

Comments are closed.

Post Navigation