Wig’s Word of God Today 11-29-2012
Celebrators of our union by our surrender to Christ’s Way of Salvation.
Alleluia! Salvation, glory, and might belong to our God, for true and just are his judgments. Revelation 19:1b-2a
Revelation 18:1-2, 21-23; 19:1-3, 9, Psalm 100 & Luke 21:20-28
There is something to be said of how special it is to break out in song praising our God and feeling confident in His Truth. The word “Alleluia” is actually a two-part word and is spelled in a few different ways; Hallelujah, halleluiah and halleluyah. The first part, hallelu, is the second-person imperative masculine plural form of the Hebrew verb halla. The second part, Yah, is a shortened form of YHWH, the name for the Creator.
It is obviously a shout of praise to God in victory and defeat allowing celebration and closure to any event we live in life. You would think that the word Alleluia would be used many times in the Bible but it is used 24 times in the Psalms and four times here in Revelation 19:1, 3, 4. What we learn today is that Alleluia is a victory song sung by us celebrators of our union by our surrender to Christ’s Way of Salvation. It is a request to praise God usually meaning “Praise the LORD.” Amen.
Today I shout His praise to people known and unknown. I’m urging my friends and family always to shout for joy to God for all He has given to us and for everything He keeps from us for whatever reason He deems necessary. Something my wife and I pray for daily. I pray for those of you struggling with medical decisions and finances or relationships and work issues. Many times while I write, I’ll get down on my knees as I am right now holding my hands above my head saying Alleluia My LORD and My God for a life of forgiveness, fullness and fortune. A fortune of love forever full of forgiveness.
Let us pray: Dear LORD, we pray today to shout Alleluia often in our surrender to Your Son’s Truth. Day 7 of a Novena of prayers for Greg Bishop. Brother Greg, our prayers are with you to go to Texas. We pray for peace. We pray in Christ’s Risen Name indeed. Amen.
God Bless His Truth for America,
Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins
“Spirit led God inspired Christ fed“
Philippians 4:4-7 Romans 8:28
Rejoice and have peace in Christ Jesus!
No Brother to Kill for God’s Twinkle in His Eye- Genesis 4
Genesis one four births a Cain able to kill
Unknown first brothers from Eve’s fruitful till
Abel came second living as mommy’s thrill
Favor seemed lost to Cain’s Fatherly fill
The Father of all reminded him of when
You can master it all to forever win
A life by Me Who gives life to all kin
Cain killed Abel causing a mortal sin
Yahweh asked Cain what had he reaped
Nothing he replied am I my brother’s keep
As Abel’s blood cried out from the soil’s deep
The LORD cursed Cain’s land tilling leap
By the mark of the LORD Cain did live
Descendants plenty from the kids he did give
Eve conceived when Adam reached 135
Seth was his name and he never had to lie
No Brother to Kill for God’s Twinkle in His Eye
© Thomas Joe Cruz-Wiggins November 29, 2012 @ 5:49 AM EST
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