MORNINGTIME 3483by Benjamin Munsell on May 17, 2020
AND IN THAT DAY thou shalt say, O LORD, I WILL PRAISE THEE: though thou wast angry with me, thine anger is turned away, and thou comfortedst me. Behold, God is my Salvation; I will trust, and not be afraid: for the Lord Jehovah is my strength and my song; He also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw water out of the wells of Salvation. AND IN THAT DAY SHALL YE say, Praise the Lord, CALL UPON HIS NAME, declare His doings among the people, make mention THAT HIS NAME IS EXALTED. Sing unto the Lord; for He hath done excellent things: this is known in all the earth. Cry out and shout, thou inhabitant of Zion: FOR GREAT IS THE HOLY ONE OF ISRAEL in the midst of thee. Isaiah 12:1-6. Everyone, saved and unsaved, call on the Lord every day. The unsaved, even in swearing and using the Lord's Name in vain, are calling on the Name of the Lord. Think about it, (but not too much), even in saying "God Da__ you", is still calling on the Lord to do something. Even a Walking Dead Religious man is calling on the Lord when he says, "Bless you my child...". Selah. It's sad to say, but sometimes Lost People "call" on the Name of The Lord way more than some "christians" do. So, when are Believers to Call On The Name Of The Lord??? EVERYDAY, in ALL things, under ALL situations and circumstances, in the GOoD times, and the "bad" times, to cry out for help, to Seek His Face, to Praise, Honour and Glorify Him, to Talk with and Fellowship with Him. Just to Bless The Lord, just because... You don't even have to have a reason to Bless The Lord, just Bless Him, period. To be "In Christ" is a 24/7/365 part of your day, part of your Life, and He's there ALL the time, so to Call On Him 24/7/365 is really just keeping up with the Lord for bare bones starters. Think how often you'll Call On The Name Of The Lord when you're Heart's Attitude DESIRES, WANTS TO, AND LOVES THE LORD, WANTING TO BE IN HIS PRESENCE. Now THAT'S something to think about. So, think about it, and, Be Blessed.