Psa. 72:19  Blessed be his glorious name forever;

may the whole earth be filled with his glory!

Amen and Amen!

This is the ultimate plan of God, for all the earth to be filled with His glory. Actually, the whole earth is already filled with His glory, its just that not everyone has been awakened to it. The Lord is omnipresent; that means there is not a place that is hidden from Him. He is everywhere. As David said, “You can make your bed in hell but He is there.” This prayer in today’s verse is actually a cry for revival. David is longing for all nations to taste the goodness of God. This is a clear mark that someone has really been born again, they want everyone else to experience it also.

I remember when I was first touched by revival fire in 1994. This became my heart’s cry, let the whole earth be filled with His glory. For about two years I went on a monthly trip to a country overseas to spread revival. Revival was in the air, I wanted others to taste it too. Here are some thoughts from Spurgeon on today’s verse.

“To intercede for a whole city needs a stretch of faith, and there are times when a prayer for one man is enough to stagger us. But how far-reaching was the psalmist’s dying intercession! How comprehensive! How sublime! Let the whole earth be filled with his glory. It doth not exempt a single country however crushed by the foot of superstition; it doth not exclude a single nation however barbarous. For the cannibal as well as for the civilized, for all climes and races this prayer is uttered: the whole circle of the earth it encompasses, and omits no son of Adam. We must be up and doing for our Master, or we cannot honestly offer such a prayer. The petition is not asked with a sincere heart unless we endeavor, as God shall help us, to extend the kingdom of our Master. Are there not some who neglect both to plead and to labour? Reader, is it your prayer?”

So have you tasted this powerful glory that fills the earth? If you have, this prayer and cry of David’s heart will also be yours.

“Blessed be his glorious name forever; may the whole earth be filled with his glory!”

Amen and Amen!


MERRY MONDAY BY PARRIS BAILEY -“He shall come down like rain upon the mown grass: as showers that water the earth” Ps.72:8

For years I never realized that my engine was running low spiritually. I had all the basic training down as a Christian. I was given a solid salvation experience, received the Baptism of the Holy Spirit in my life that helped me tremendously, and had a love for the word of God. When I found myself self-absorbed and fighting personal devils, I reached out to others and attended church every time the door opened. Worship was a part of my life, and my Christianity was my most treasured commodity. But somewhere along the line, somewhere in the great Christian journey, I had left the intimacy of Christ far behind. Sure, there are lots of reasons why it happened to me, but still how shocking it is when you realize that He is not to be found near! I am so thankful that God does indeed come near, He will step on your boat, rain on your parade or the Rock will fall on you. You can count on that, He will come and bring His refreshing rain over and over again in your dry seasons.
Come let us return unto the Lord

For He has torn us

But He will heal us

For He has wounded us

But He will bandage us

And he will come

He will come to us like rain, spring rain

If we ask, He will come
Send His rain on everyone

For every child (soul) needs rain, spring rain by Kevin Prosch


Getting caught up with the everyday hassles of life, raising children, making ends meet, bad relationships, dead churchs, angry bosses or customers-all of this and more cause us to leave “the beauty of the Lord” and start sweating and toiling all over again. Are you able to recognize the signs of dehydration? Grumpy, negative and critical just to name a few wonderful sure tell-tale signs. Get “under the spout where the glory comes out”, find your drinking hole, your secret place in the most high, asap!

“O how pleasant are the effects of rain to languishing plants, to make them green and beautiful, lively and strong, fragrant and beautiful! So the effects of Christ’s influences are most desirable to drooping souls, for enlightening and enlivening them, for confirming and strengthening them, for comforting and enlarging them, for appetizing and satisfying them, transforming and beautifying them. A shower from Christ would soon make the church, though withered, turn green and beautiful, and to send forth a smell as of a field that the Lord hath blessed; and likewise some drops of this shower, falling down upon the languishing graces of communicants, would soon make them vigorous and lively in showing forth their Saviour’s death at his table.” John Willison.

If we ask Him, He will come, let the spring rains come and heal my soul!