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The Amen, Revelation 3:14
I thank you, O LORD, Perfect Amen,
that You are the fulfillment of every promise given by the Father.
When the fierce storms rage against your servants,
You never leave us nor forsake us,
You have spoken, Oh Amen,
and in Your Word we rest assured.
Temptations come and the trials are heavy on our shoulders,
but You have promised that we will not
be tempted beyond that which we can support,
Oh blessed promise,
blessed Words spoken by the Perfect Amen.
When our past hunts us,
and the sins of our youth gallop in our minds,
You speak Words of comfort:
“I make all things new”
You the Amen, have said so,
and we believe it,
and give thanks for such a gift.
Let the thirsty come and drink from the Living Water,
let the hunger eat the Bread of Life,
the Amen has promised to satisfy all our needs in Him.
He is the All sufficient,
We don’t have to wander and be in famine,
we can come to Him, to the Amen,
and be satisfied, always satisfied.
He is not a shadow,
but all substance;
He is not quicksand,
but a Rock, our Strong Tower;
He never changes,
He is the anchor of our soul;
He is not a liar;
He is the Truth,
He is the Great, the Perfect Amen.
Why are you cast down, O believer?
Let this Advent season,
be a time when you see Him in His Word,
when you mediate on Him,
In all of who He is.
The Alpha and Omega.
Our Wonderful Counselor.
Oh what a Might God He is.
The Prince of Peace that quiets the storms.
Our Mediator, the Way, the Truth, the Life,
Oh what a Savior is He!
He is Jealous because He loves us.
Emmanuel, God with us, God with us,
God with us. He is with me.
He is the Light of the World,
who has broken all chains,
He is our Healer, our Physician,
by His stripes we were healed,
by His death we live.
He was bruised for our iniquities,
He bore our guilt,
and gave us white, righteous robes.
He is the Amen.
Our forefathers longed to see this,
to live this,
to be able to the see the Amen fulfilling
all promises, all prophecies,
Oh, how blessed we are to have eyes to see,
and ears to see,
that He is the One,
the Great Amen.