Fred Hammond really knocked the ball out of the park with this old school vibe. I was just thinking on how much it has been raining ALL DAY LONG and this song came to my spirit. The children of God have to constantly press on this walk that definately is "not sunshine every day."
Truth be told, there are inescapable days when it not only rains, but pours and a mighty bitter cup at that. The Good News is that we have a Saviour whose name is Jesus, the name above all names who is able to help in times of conflict, chaos, confusion and calamity. At the preordained sound of the timer, He lovingly leads us to a safe place of refuge that allows us to be renewed, rejuvinated, replenished and recalibrated for the next leg of the journey.
Therefore, Beloved, rest along the journey if you must, but even when tempted, don't quit! Pull out your umbrellas, slip on your rain boots, button your raincoats and PRESS on through the storm! Press inspite of, press because of, press anyhow, press anyway, press regardless of, PRESS until either "IT" or "YOU" changes. Selah.
GET YOUR BASKETS READY FOR THE LOW HANGING FRUIT that is ripe on the vine and belongs to you! No ladder or step stool needed; it's just that close! Reach up & grab it; it's yours for the asking, plucking or pulling down! Some of it is SO OVER DUE that all you have to do is take that ONE STEP towards it and by God... it's simply going to FALL down because your Spirit has willed it into your hands.
They shall build houses and inhabit them; They shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit (Isa 65:21).
"Don’t Miss the Drippings!”(Psalm 133:2) It is like the precious oil upon the head, running down on the beard, the beard of Aaron, running down on the edge of his garments.
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"Don’t Miss the Drippings!”
Thinking about Christmas ought to draw up thoughts of unity. The sweet spirit of Christmas unity is likened unto the fragrant oil that was poured down Aaron’s beard and then flowed down his robe. The costly oil represented the unity spoken of in verse 1: “Behold, how good and how pleasant it is for brethren to dwell together in unity!”
This Christmas falls on a Sunday which only occurs every 7 years, I’m told. Go ahead and cast down the notion of just staying home and enjoying the family. The ham will be there when you get back! The oil of Our Risen Savior is dripping upon us that we become DRIPPERS. Let’s not be so distracted and entangled in "stuff" this week that we miss the drippings that will be waiting in Sunday worship service. Selah.