“The Lord is my portion saith my soul”. Lamentation 3: V24

Beloved, within circumference of the word “portion” lies all
that we possess or desire. Jesus is our portion.
He is ours and we are His. He is our great mediator, who chooses us and has set us free.
Alas, the long-expected day that you have been waiting for to
see your heart desire begins today, when you proclaim

“The Lord is my portion” Then our faith stretches her wings and mounts like an eagle into the heaven of divine love, its proper dwelling-place.

Beloved, rejoice in the Lord always, for only He can take care of all
your needs and he shall make you drink of the river of His pleasures.
May the sunlight of Heaven streams into your life now. Amen!

“When I survey the wondrous cross,
on which the prince of Glory died, my richest gain I count but loss,
and pour contempt on all my pride
JESUS LOVES YOU. Start your day with Jesus. Beloved, have a blessed day.


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