A PROMISE KEPT: Mikey St. John

Wherefore thou art no more a servant, but a son; and if a son, then an heir of God through Christ (Galatians 4:7).

And if God is our Father whose words are true and faithful, are you still under the law of bondage? By all means no, since you are free as promised by faith made righteous. And you ought to embrace it. Give gratitude to Almighty God, and function like it. We are no longer on the outside, but we are dwellers in the house of the LORD. We are inheritance of the kingdom of God. Let us praises to the LORD for the promise he made to our father Abraham was fulfilled on the Cross of Salvation by the anointed Son of God, Jesus Christ. For we were once cast out because of sin, dead in the spirit, body, and soul, but now we are redeemed by the blood of the Lamb, quickened with the righteousness of our God. The shackles are removed. We are now anointed children of God. So we honor God; we honor our LORD Jesus Christ. And we honor our faithful father Abraham. For it is by the power of faith we walk without shackles. For our holy Father considered it righteousness, so much, that he promised our freedom. Then what can they say to that? Can anyone hold you hostage? What God has freed no man can enslave. So we rejoice in the LORD. We give praise, neverending, always grateful for the mighty Son of God. For the blood of the Lamb has sealed that promise of our righteous God.

Let no one corrupt your mind. Let no one think that he can enslave you. Let no one think that he can break the promise of God. For it is written that curse is every one that hangeth on a tree. We are not children of curse. Jesus Christ has bear that burden on the Cross. He has burried that in the depths of hell. And he has risen with freedom and the joy of the LORD, fulfilling the promise of God. Hallelujah! Praise God for his mercy and grace. Who can make you white as snow? Who can wash away your sins? Nothing but the blood of Jesus, my LORD and my God.

Merciful God, thou art holy, faithful, and true. Father we give you thanks and praises for the freedom given to us. We rejoice as your children. We now live, dear God, with the assurance of your love. For if you are our Father, then who can be against us? We lift up our hands to the heavens, and we glorify you. For you have bring peace into our hearts and souls. You have given us eternal life. Dear God, my gratitude extends beyond the heavens. Your holiness dear God, who can compare? No one. You have given us your kingdom. In our dear hearts we carry it with the pleasures of your joy. O merciful Father, the heavens rejoice. We rejoice with your gladness; for we know, dear God, that Zion rejoices too. May the anointed Son of God be exalted with praises for loving us. Let us all say, Amen; for God dwells in our hearts.