Monday, October 31, 2016

O TASTE AND SEE

'O taste and see that the LORD is good: blessed is the man that trusteth in him.' - Psalms 34 vs 8

My Dear, this is an encouragement to you, yet this is more than an encouragement, this is more that a comfort to the comfortless, but this is the heart of God concerning His kids. Taste and See.  

Our opening scripture presents an interesting line to us, it says, 'Taste and See'. Now, notice that it started with a 'O', which speaks of excitement. Meaning, David was excited in his spirit when he uttered this word. He was like ooo taste and see. Remember, David was a man of tears because of his divers failings. At a point, David cried out to God to deliver him from guilt, he was in pains of guilt, and he cried out to God from the depths of his heart to save him from guilt and show him Joy again {Psalm 51 vs 14}. But here comes David crying out in Joy. What did he say? Taste and See!

My Dear, how bad has your case gone? Have you come to the point in your life when your wrongs have inflicted so much guilt, sorrow and regrets in your heart, and it seems like you will never get out of that state? My Dear, you've not tasted! That's why!

God wants you to taste of His love, God wants you to taste of His mercy. Jesus died for your past, present, and future sins {Hebrews 10 vs 10}. Now get this, when you came to Jesus, that day when you were saved, you felt forgiven, you felt saved, you felt anew, you felt freed from guilt, sorrow was far from you, you felt Joy. Why? Because the Blood of Jesus was effective. God wants you to know that that same Blood that was effective to save you from the guilt of past sin is still as much effective to save you from the guilt of present sin. God wants you to understand that the same peace you felt on that first day of your salvation can still be felt even right now. The reason you were at peace on that day of your salvation is because you were purged of sin, sin was totally evacuated from your system, hence you were at Peace in your heart. That's the same thing that happens when we sin in Christ, we are purged of that sin by the same precious Blood that first purged us, and this purging happens when we realize that we have been purged already of that sin right on the Cross of Calvary. O I love this. All God requires of us is to Taste.

How do I taste?
  
Taste by acknowledgement! So when I say all GOD requires of us is to taste, I am saying GOD wants us to acknowledge, GOD wants you to acknowledge the Fact that Jesus paid for all our sin, whether past or present or future. God wants us to have faith that He has purged (evacuated) us of all sin which make us guilty of nothing. - Selah

My Dear hear this and hear clear, after you prayed according to 1 John 1 vs 9, the acknowledging of the fact that you have been cleansed and purged of all your wrongs will dissolve your guilt and revive your Joy. I have tasted, and I have seen that the Lord is good, and His mercies endureth forever. This is a true saying, Believe it.

'Come now, and let us reason together, saith the LORD: though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool.' - Isaiah 1 vs 18 {KJV}

All that is needed is REASON! Reason with God by praying and seeking His mercy. One time, He will show you mercy because the blood of Jesus is still speaking for our sins!

My Dear taste and see! Taste of the Lord's goodness. One thing I have always told myself and will always say to myself is this, 'If I had never gone through certain things I've been through in my life, I would never have known how sweet and precious the blood of Jesus is that saved me is.' But now, I know that the mercies of the LORD are real, and are so sweet and precious because it has been made evident in my life, and I now live in the Peace and the Joy of the LORD unspeakable, lo, I'm full of Glory...Hallelujah! Praise God Forever.

This will be your testimony! Just taste.

GOD Bless You.
- Jenning U. Angel

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