40 Days of Focus: Day 10


Day 10: Majesty

Read and Reflect On: Psalm 8

“O Lord, our Sovereign, how majestic is your name in all the earth.”

The word “majestic” is used to describe only the most awe-inspiring things of our experience. Things like the Grand Canyon or the Rocky Mountains are said to be majestic. It is somewhat odd to think that a name could be awe-inspiring. It is hard to imagine jaws dropping at the mention of Bob or Susie, unless one is some type of celebrity. Even with notoriety, it seems quite silly and perhaps childish to compare a fragile human being with something as incredible and timeless as Outer Space or as powerful as Niagra Falls.  But Psalm 8 is adamant about it with at the beginning and at the end. The name of our Lord is Majestic. In fact, the implication is that the name of our Lord is more majestic than anything else upon the face of the earth.

The name of Jesus, more majestic than any volcano or glacier on earth. , more majestic than any sea or ocean, more majestic than any mountain or valley, even more breathtaking than the earth itself. The fact that we have the awesome privilege of praying in the majestic name of Jesus Christ is almost as awe-inspiring as the name itself!

What is a Faith Promise?  Glad you asked!

Just as a missionary is called to the mission field so also are those who partner with them through regular prayers and gifts.  A Faith Promise is the amount of money a ministry partner promises to give to a ministry out of obedience to the leading of Holy Spirit.  It is an amount of money missionaries can count on each month from a specific ministry partner.  Missionaries like us cannot step onto the mission field of their calling without the faith promises of God’s people  who partner to send them. Missionaries cannot go without being sent!

Go to www.onemissionsociet.org/give/thefletchers to partner with us!

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