luke 1;32

God always sticks to His Word. He is faithful to His promises. O Rejoice and celebrate, bring out your tambourines and make a joyful noise. Let the trumpets blow with resounding sound and the drum beat roll! Behold Emmanuel, Our God is with us!!! The Son of God, The Son of the Highest is amongst us. The words in Isaiah’ have come to pass:

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 In this we should celebrate, rejoice and be glad. Herod could not stop it, neither could anything on Earth or in Heaven. The promises of God are yes and amen.

Emmanuel, living with us as a mortal being, yet God, is a clear demonstration of God’s power, goodness and faithfulness. As long as these aspects of God remain, we can say for certain that His plans and promises remain secure.

“He will be great, and will be called the Son of the Highest; and the Lord God will give Him the throne of His father David.” – Luke 1:32

Though Israel is yet to be gathered, the promise of their restoration shall certainly come to pass. They shall worship Jesus and receive Him as their King. Every promise must come to pass.

Every believer who waits expectantly for His glorious return should be comforted. Emmanuel is with you. He is holding your hand. He will never leave you or forsake you (Hebrews 13:6). Be strong and courageous because these are perilous and dark days. Even with this danger all around, be confident in the promises of God. He has saved your soul, there is nothing more anyone else can do.

© Ruth Dickson Online  Day 4 “Behold Emmanuel” 4th December 2015#BeholdEmmanuel #GihonPublishingandtranslating #Luke1:32 #Isaiah7:14 #Faithful #Danger #Promises #Israel #HolyLand #Restoration

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