GREETINGS FROM THE TEMPLE …
During our Easter Sunday Sermon, “Which Hill Are You Looking At?”, Rev. Samuel S. Brice stressed the fact that whenever you see the word “I” in Scripture, you must make it personal and insert your name.
“I will lift mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. 2 My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth,” – Psalm 121:1-2 (KJV).
I will lift my eyes to the hills. I will look to our Father, in Heaven, our Creator of the hills and mountains – rivers and fountains – Heaven and earth – you and me. I will lift my eyes to our All-Powerful God – to our Protector – to our Way out of no way. I will lift and pray.
“Thank God, our help comes from the Lord, and not from you or me!” – Rev. Samuel S. Brice
Troubles are a part of life; we all have them. At times we can go to our family members or friends for help. However, they have their own schedules and troubles, therefore they have limitations. i.e., You may need help at 3 o’clock in the morning – mama and daddy are asleep. You may need help at 12 noon – your family member or friend is at work. You may need help at 6 p.m. – your husband or wife is too tired after a 12-hour work shift.
What do you do now? Lift! Lift your eyes towards the hills and pray … “Our Father, who art in heaven…” Our Father is available twenty-four seven – He never slumbers nor sleeps – His Line is always open – you will never get a busy signal.
Calling on His Name takes you beyond the hills or mountains in your town or city – calling on His Name takes you to a higher level – calling on His Name puts you on a different Hill. Calling on His Name puts you on the Hill you should be looking at. “When prayers go up – help comes down!”
Pray believing that He will provide! Lift – Pray!
Solomon Temple Ministries International – Blogger – Othella Hill-Jordan