Analysis Of The Poem ' The Lord Is At Hand '

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All of us are in different moods this morning. Some of you are happy some of you are stressed of you are just flat out tired. The words are Rejoice and be gentle maybe the farthest things from your mind right now but today I 'm going to show you through the word of God by these two words need to be closer to our heart they never let us pray. Prayer.

In Philippians chapter 4 verses four and five, Paul writes to the church at Philippi and says rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say rejoice! Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand. Paul is writing to the church at Philippi which was in the city of Philippi it was a city in Macedonia.in chapter 4 Philippians, Paul is giving his final exhortation and he 's a focus in the topic of the text is about rejoicing.

The word that Paul uses forward Rejoice comes from the word Chairo in the Greek which means to rejoice as in being cheerful. Paul is telling us that you to rejoice always despite your circumstances.

We are to rejoice in the good times. It seems easy to do, as many of us is taking tests before and have gotten grades that we did not expect in a good way, maybe you felt that you failed the test and you get your grade back and it is passing with flying colors. How many of you in that situation either say out loud or internally, praise the Lord! it 's safe to say that almost all of us will attribute are passing the grade to God helping us, and we will overjoyed us with great gladness as we share with…
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