Wednesday, December 28, 2022

Unto Us Came God’s Perfect Gift, and Every Spiritual Blessing

Unto Us Came God’s Perfect Gift

-Roy Lessin, Meeting in the Meadow


Jesus truly is God’s gift too wonderful for words! To think upon Jesus opens the door to a vast chamber of thoughts that are praiseworthy. There is not a single thought about Jesus that will bring you regret or embarrassment, and there is not a single remembrance that will bring you shame. There is nothing in His character that brings disappointment, and there is nothing in His nature that brings hurt. Think about His ministry and you find a servant. Think about His wonders and you see the mighty hand of God. Think about His blessings and you discover His compassion. Think about His tenderness and you see His Shepherd’s heart.


Think about Jesus’ names and your thoughts will lead your heart into ceaseless praise. He is called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, The Everlasting Father, and The Prince of Peace. He is our Banner, Rock, Foundation, High Priest, Redeemer, Deliverer, Healer, Saviour, King, Lord, and Master. He is the Bread of Life, The Way, The Truth, The Word, The Dayspring, and The Bright and Morning Star. He is the Seed of David, The Lion of Judah, Messiah, The Alpha and Omega—The Lord of all.




Unto Us Came Every Spiritual Blessing

-Roy Lessin


May you find Jesus to be—

the peace for every struggle,

the supply for every need,

the solution for every problem,

the escape for every temptation, 

the release for every burden,

the balm for every pain,

the comfort for every sorrow,

the victory for every battle,

the wisdom for every decision,

the strength for every endeavor,

the hope for every tomorrow,

the song for every day.


I have strength for all things in Christ Who empowers me [I am ready for anything and equal to anything through Him Who infuses inner strength into me; I am self-sufficient in Christ's sufficiency]. Philippians 4:13 AMP


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