Good Morning & God Bless each of you. Thank you for gathering together with me and one another for this Ring of Fire Broadcast. I thank the Lord for this opportunity to fellowship with you all and I humbly ask Jesus to join us this morning. We certainly need Him right now more than ever don’t we, as we drift along on the stormy seas of life. I thank Him for continually keeping us under the shadowed protection of His wings in which we are seen when we need to be seen and hidden in plain sight through His mighty authority. It seems with each passing day we are given more opportunities to trust fully in Him – so all things are purposeful for our Spiritual growth and ever increasing faith.
I pray each of you feel very loved, because you are. I realize with all that is going on at times you may question His full and attentive love – I know I have myself. Which is why it is so important we listen closely to His still small voice and tune out the carnal voices of the World, which seem to be growing louder and louder each day. It is a good time to thank Him for all that He has done already in our lives. For this reason, cling to that which is good, maybe even remember some situation in the past He was your rescue in your time of need as a reminder He will also bring us through this time. His love is unfailing and He is that one constant in our lives we can depend on until the end of our journey. Men may fail us, loved ones may walk away and friends we hold dear may drift apart from us – but Jesus is always here, by our side and is never to depart from us, no matter the stormy seas we are on, He calms the tides of our lives.
I am still soberly awake. Are you? Seems like we needed a little sober jarring didn’t we? This is certainly no time to be playing around and as He reminded me today… A word He gave me so many years ago – this is no time to be playing church. Soberness and fear of the Lord go hand in hand. We do not need any more convincing Lord, do we family? He has our full attention – Guide us Lord, help us each day to walk in your example… Lead us, we will follow You.
I find it utterly disturbing the World is seemingly more sober than the church to some degree at the moment. We have idols just like the World does and it shows. And sometimes that idol is where you least expect it – self. Spiritually I see this coronavirus a particular way the Father is pleading with His people – sort of like a “forced fast” from worldly or canal ways. And yes… Even His children, each one of us are still struggling with our “canal minds.”
Anything we entertain more than the Lord, reveals just how much our canal minds still crave knowledge of good and evil – While the Lord is truly all we need to thrive spiritually. But the flesh craves those things of flesh to fulfill it desires, so we are tempted constantly to partake of worldly flesh things to satisfy what our flesh desires.
Those of you who are faithfully in thought and deed serving Jesus, containing His peace which surpasses all human understanding are targets right now. I just want to remind us, His grace is sufficient for us in that we do not succumb to offense.
Someone said the other day… People perish for lack of knowledge… ugh… twisting Scripture irritates me sometimes. For the record – this has nothing to do with worldly knowledge or for the sake of the season – knowledge about Coronavirus. We better read it in the Word, so that we can quickly and fully surrender to the Lord’s ways, which are not ours. Thankfully, He left us with His instruction in His Word.
Hosea 4 ~
word of the Lord,
You children of Israel,
For the Lord brings a charge[a] against the inhabitants of the land:
no truth or mercy
Or knowledge of God in the land.
(Evidenced by these
2 By swearing and lying,
Killing and stealing and committing adultery,
They break all restraint,
With bloodshed [b]upon bloodshed.
3 Therefore the land will mourn;
And everyone who dwells there will waste away
With the beasts of the field
And the birds of the air;
Even the fish of the sea will be taken away.
4 “Now let no man contend, or rebuke another;
do not know God, you sprinkle strife & contention every place)
For your people are like those who contend with the priest.
5 Therefore you shall stumble in the day;
The prophet also shall stumble with you in the night;
do not know God, you stumble)
And I will destroy your mother.
6 My people are destroyed for lack of knowledge.
(when you do not know God, it destroys you)
you have rejected knowledge,
I also will reject you from being priest for Me;
reject knowing God, He will not allow you to be His messenger and keep you from
ministering to people – they will reject your message)
Because you have forgotten the law of your God,
so many are seeking knowledge from news, youtube, social media, etc… they are no longer seeking to know God and
see what He declares as truth – ultimately this results in a denying of His
I also will forget your children.
7 “The more they increased,
The more they sinned against Me;
– remember God opposes the proud, under the New Covenant where we are now – we
should be decreasing, not increasing and puffed up)
I[c] will change [d]their glory into shame.
8 They eat up the sin of My people;
They set their [e]heart on their iniquity.
9 And it shall be: like people, like priest.
So I will punish them for their ways,
And [f]reward them for their deeds.
10 For they shall eat, but not have enough;
They shall commit harlotry, but not increase;
Because they have ceased obeying the Lord.
(Just to recap… No knowledge of God is why people perish, hearts set on iniquity stop obeying the Lord and contention is spreading like wildfire)
Today we are going to talk a lot more about being a worker of iniquity… Because although most everyone is gravitating towards being physically ready each day for what we are facing… In my Spirit I am constantly reminded just how crucial it is we be Spiritually ready at any given moment.
You all know right… That every single man out there – inside the church and outside are simply giving perceptions of what is coming upon the Earth. This goes for all of us – even those who are being shown things by the Lord and many are not – but anyway – the Lord reminded me that NO ONE KNOWS THE DAY OR HOUR of His coming HOWEVER, one indication of His return is… Ready? FELLOW SERVANTS beating up one another… In a blink, the Father could shut this whole mess down – no matter what preacher, prophet or seer said – Poof, in an instant we could all be standing before our Father in a blink of an eye.
AGAIN… THERE IS NOT ONE MORE THING THAT HAS TO HAPPEN FOR JESUS TO RETURN – NOT ONE – You know when that changed? As soon as He ascended up to Heaven with the Father. Remember, no man is promised tomorrow – today is the day of salvation. I pray we are worthy to stand before Him and I pray we are able to escape all these things coming upon the Earth – just as is written in the Word. But while He tarries and we wait… I pray we find ourselves seeking to fully surrender to Him every day we remain on this journey on Earth. It is getting easier to surrender to Him isn’t it? Many of the temptations we once faced as humans have been removed, thank You Lord.
So before we get fully into our study today, I just have one more thing to share from 1 Peter 4. For some it is quite new to them to be persecuted for their faith in Jesus or sharing a pearl or posting Scripture or anything which glorifies God. Key word here… glorifies God. If what you are sharing gives glory to His Name, chances are you will be persecuted. So why do we even question it? He told us this so that when it happens the attack would not sway us one way or another… Again… IT IS TO BE EXPECTED. It is my prayer He remove the complaint within our hearts when this happens all together. I sure know I have much more purging to undergo and I desire to have a grateful heart put in place of my heart of complaint.
Let’s read 1 Peter 4 to strengthen and nourish us to follow in Jesus’s example another day ~
Therefore, since Christ suffered [a]for us in the flesh, arm yourselves also with the same mind, for he who has suffered in the flesh has ceased from sin, 2 that he no longer should live the rest of his time in the flesh for the lusts of men, but for the will of God. 3 For we have spent enough of our past [b]lifetime in doing the will of the Gentiles—when we walked in lewdness, lusts, drunkenness, revelries, drinking parties, and abominable idolatries. 4 In regard to these, they think it strange that you do not run with them in the same flood of dissipation, speaking evil of you. 5 They will give an account to Him who is ready to judge the living and the dead. 6 For this reason the gospel was preached also to those who are dead, that they might be judged according to men in the flesh, but live according to God in the spirit.
Serving for God’s Glory
7 But the end of all things is at hand; therefore be serious and watchful in your prayers. 8 And above all things have fervent love for one another, for “love will cover a multitude of sins.” 9 Be hospitable to one another without grumbling. 10 As each one has received a gift, minister it to one another, as good stewards of the manifold grace of God. 11 If anyone speaks, let him speak as the [c]oracles of God. If anyone ministers, let him do it as with the ability which God supplies, that in all things God may be glorified through Jesus Christ, to whom belong the glory and the [d]dominion forever and ever. Amen.
Suffering for God’s Glory
12 Beloved, do not think it strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as though some strange thing happened to you; 13 but rejoice to the extent that you partake of Christ’s sufferings, that when His glory is revealed, you may also be glad with exceeding joy. 14 If you are [e]reproached for the name of Christ, blessed are you, for the Spirit of glory and of God rests upon you. [f]On their part He is blasphemed, but on your part He is glorified. (WHEN YOU VERBALLY ATTACK SOMEONE YOU BLASPHEMY THE LORD) 15 But let none of you suffer as a murderer, a thief, an evildoer, or as a [g]busybody in other people’s matters. (We suffer when we do these things)16 Yet if anyone suffers as a Christian, let him not be ashamed, but let him glorify God in this [h]matter.
17 For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God; and if it begins with us first, (I sure hope no one things this is something they can wait on because it is a future event – actually it is a law of reaping what you’ve sown – now) what will be the end of those who do not obey the gospel of God? 18 Now
“If the righteous one is scarcely saved,
Where will the ungodly and the sinner appear?”
19 Therefore let those who suffer according to the will of God commit their souls to Him in doing good, as to a faithful Creator.
Now this is an excellent reminder to pay closer attention to what we say, than what is said to us right now. I call this a timely word of instruction from the Lord. We often test what we hear by the Holy Spirit – but in this we need to make sure we are testing what we say by the Holy Spirit – to stop and think before we speak, displaying the fruit of self-control.
Before anything gets spoken or even typed in the case of a chatroom – we need to ask ourselves first –
- Is it true?
- Is it necessary to repeat or say?
- Is it kind?
- Is what I am about to say going to lift another up or bring them down?
- Is it a demonstration of mercy and love?
If we get into this habit of holding onto our words with restraint – we will get into way less tangled webs. Every day I am getting complaints of those who are offended and yet they cannot see their own parts they played in the contentions and strife. So please keep in mind, to follow the example of Jesus means to often bridle your tongues and fingers for that matter.
This gives perfect Segway into part of our study today on being a worker of iniquity. Which is something I know none of us desire to be. The Lord really pressed upon me that you all are overfed with what is coming upon the Earth and that we must remain steadfast and fixated on continually studying the Word, because all we need to make it through each day has already been given. And He directly told me –
Mathew 6:33 –
But seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
So see… We really have nothing to fear, nothing at all, so long as we are continually seeking Him – being still and knowing He is God, following in Jesus’s footsteps and using words only when necessary.
One of my greatest fears is to hear – Depart from me you worker of iniquity, I never knew you. Only because those He says this to, did much for the glory of His Name. They prophesied, cast out devils and did many wonderful works.
Let’s read it in the Word, Mathew 7:
21 Not everyone that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.
22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.
Did you see what they did not do? They did not do the will of the Father – they did works which were out of disobedience. Yikes, that is really scary.
It is also why He focuses so much on being obedient before sacrifice and is also why we have studied so much about fully surrendering to the Lord, seeking obedience above all else and letting go of all desires we personally have in that our only desire is Jesus. If you remember we learned once when Jesus is our only desire we are in unity with Him so our desires are the same and then and only then, does He give us the desires of our hearts. We get Him on the Throne of our hearts, then all things are added unto us – like building blocks one upon another when Jesus is our foundation.
This Scripture is alarming because it proves we can do many, many works for the Lord and if we are not in obedience to Him while we do them, we are in jeopardy. Some do not take this seriously and some it offends – but some of us desire the sincere milk of the Word, like this. This particular Scripture is simple and easy to understand. I like simple and easy, don’t you?
I started pondering what is the will of the Father, just to go a little deeper… Guess where He led me? I bet you can’t guess… lol… I will give you a hint… It has nothing to do with works, doing this or doing that or isn’t knowledge based or hard to attain or understand… He led me directly to… ready? The Lord’s Prayer… Weird, I know right?
He told me to pray in unity with Me, you need to pray just as My Son prayed… I am settled now in my heart, if it was good enough for Jesus and if He stressed this prayer as He taught His very own disciples how to pray… It is plentiful for us to today!
Shall we pray it together before we even take another step today? I think so.
Guess where the Lord’s Prayer is in the Bible? Believe it or not, it is in Mathew 6, the chapter right before the Scripture we just read… Interesting isn’t it? And believe me, I did not orchestrate it that way for today, He did.
Let’s pray, it is in Mathew 6:9-13
9… Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.
10 Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven.
11 Give us this day our daily bread.
12 And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors.
13 And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil: For thine is the kingdom, and the power, and the glory, forever. Amen.
Amazing… So I really started to think upon this prayer and how it really is a prayer of full surrender to the Father in everything… First it glories Him, then it declares His Kingdom will is being done here on Earth just as it is in Heaven and then it shows reliance on Him for daily sustenance – spiritual and physical, it speaks of repentance for the forgiveness of sins and recognizes as we forgive others our sins are forgiven as well, it speaks that His hand prevents us from being led into our own temptation to sin and do evil things and then it ends with the same beginning declaring He alone has kingdom rule and power and glory and it is forever.
The Lord’s prayer seems more personal and beautiful to me than it ever has. I can now see how often in the past I prayed it out of memory and not of the heart. Lord forgive me.
Which goes to show, I really believe I have been such a worker of iniquity and hypocrite – in need of much purging and am thankful for it and even though it hurts the flesh it saves the soul. In these days some are still deceiving themselves while some of us are just now realizing how in lack we have always been. We’ve been sinners in need of a Savior and yet… thought we already were, but we were still playing around like an unchanged old creature. We thought we could be saved on a prayer, only to realize Jesus does not indwell a vessel until it is emptied out through purging and repentance.
God is good all the time and we are not. We may be good some of the time – but He is always good and He never changes. It is so exciting how He is revealing more and more of Himself to us lately!
Remember when we used to worry we were a tare? Or maybe some of you still do… And that is okay, it is part of your process of repentance. Before we go any further on that… He is pressing me to share a little bit about the delusion that one can enter into Heaven’s gates without repenting.
Here’s the Scripture – Acts 17:
30 Truly, these times of ignorance God overlooked, but now commands all men everywhere to repent, 31 because He has appointed a day on which He will judge the world in righteousness by the Man whom He has ordained.
Or – At the beginning of Luke 13 – He speaks twice about repentance:
There were present at that season some who told Him about the Galileans whose blood Pilate had [a]mingled with their sacrifices. 2 And Jesus answered and said to them, “Do you suppose that these Galileans were worse sinners than all other Galileans, because they suffered such things? 3 I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish. 4 Or those eighteen on whom the tower in Siloam fell and killed them, do you think that they were worse sinners than all other men who dwelt in Jerusalem? 5 I tell you, no; but unless you repent you will all likewise perish.”
Do you know what these people were doing in this Scripture? They were judging those who sinned differently than them… thinking others were worse off and more lost than they were. Jesus was pointing out to them – it is YOU who need to repent. And this too is something I have been very guilty of myself.
Envy is one of the most devastating sins there is. Envy, jealousy, backbiting, gossiping together against others… accusatory text messages are one of the biggest ego centric actions I have witnessed as of late… Only because it takes way less guts to type something than it does to confront someone face to face…. We often forget there is a Heavenly record of every idle word – spoken by us, including that which is typed… refusal to submit to authority, is going to bring much destruction upon our heads – unless of course, we repent. And just in case we need a reminder – to repent means, to turn away from and stop doing and if I may add that often means no longer associating with someone so you do not sin anymore – then do it… Because that is a “lead me not into temptation moment” found within the Lord’s prayer. My experience has usually been, if you are truly changed – by the heart, not fake… those who enjoyed your company before will reject you – so be ready in the heart and mind to go all the way with Jesus – count the cost now, as many who are departing from the faith, will depart from us and they usually are noisy when they leave. But we hold our peace. Amen.
A surrendered heart is a submissive heart that is led solely by the Holy Spirit. I am the first one to admit I used to have trouble submitting to authority, so I get it. I was like that when President Obama was in office for a long time until I got so many spankings from the Father my pants were on fire. And that is just one example of the type of carnal Christian rebellion I truly was in – and I was delusional at the time too, thinking myself to be something I was not. Ugh… I lacked one very important component to Kingdom living… humility. At that time I had sort of a false humility, believing I had all the answers… Like I would state proudly I was humble… sheesh… that makes me sick to think about now. I always had to have the last word too, lacking any self-control, foolish child indeed… lol
There was the old me and now is the new me. The old me tried to rule over things sometimes with the ministry (and if you all tell him I confessed this – I will deny it, lol just kidding), I would not only make suggestions in a forceful way, I never held in my opinion. Now this was years ago, not now. Since that time, I do not question how Michael runs COT in such a way and I trust the Father will lead him much better than I could. There are times he may seek my wisdom on things or confirmation or things like that… So when invited I share. Every once in awhile the Holy Spirit will give me something to place before Michael, but the convincing part now belongs to Jesus, not me. And he does the same with ROF…. Its called respect and honor blended with love.
Can I be honest please? Women need to know their place as nurturers and teachers to those who are youthful in their Spiritual walks (this is Biblical btw) but we must quench our desire to rule over man at all costs. I am stepping lightly here… But we need to be purged of opinions and until we are able to – hold our peace more often. Otherwise, we can easily become whiney and like a dripping faucet, as spoken of in the Old Testament… simply put – irritating to those around us. An example would be – openly stating a complaint how someone is overseeing their appointed assignment. I’ve actually witnessed females who are out of line with Godly order do this in both COT and Pastor Paul’s chatrooms over the course of years. It is quite revealing just how much rebellion we still have within us, when we refuse to submit to those in authority the Lord has placed over us – should we choose to dine at a particular table – we really should have manners. I have a caution for all those females who send emails of complaints continually to Michael or myself… Let’s be sober in the mind, learning to be more submissive in nature to the leading of the Holy Spirit as a lady of grace who gently reflects the loving nature of Jesus. As a living example of Him, may we act like a guest in the home when fellowshipping together, so that those who are watching have a positive influence to follow. I just cannot even fathom entering as a guest into Pastor Paul’s fellowship with contentious complaints on how he is running his own household. Actually, I would be quite embarrassed to do so, because even if I cannot see it within – everyone else can see I have many complaints within my heart.
I am sure the Father is also doing a mighty saving work with our brothers as well. Since I cannot speak as a male to a male it is really out of place for me to address them, unless I am giving direct insight to how ladies perceive or feel about things – but don’t worry ladies, the Lord is purifying His whole church, men included… It is not only us who need a little course correction! …. I will say this because it is written to males directly… Men need to be loving females more like Jesus loves the church.
You see… If we are not humble… It hinders everything! And if we are humble… It releases everything! When we humble ourselves, and pray and seek His face and turn from our wicked carnal ways… It is then our Father hears us from Heaven to forgive our sins and heal us. (2Chronicles 7:14)
Humility is the fruit to repentance, which saves us from doing works of iniquity. Thank You Lord.
If I may… Can I release some weights and chains that have gotten very burdensome off of you ladies today? Wives, Sisters it is not your job to be a pastor to our husbands or brothers… To be a Godly compliment in the walk of those you cherish the most, does not require we rule over someone or lead them to follow in our footsteps but rather to be an example of the love of Jesus in their lives, to encourage, foster hope and strengthen them in truth for the call the Lord has placed upon them. May we always remember to pray for them most of all, so that the One Who is able hears the cries of our hearts and sets many to flight on their behalf.
Now I realize that seemed like an awful lot of bad news doesn’t it? But if you will, with me, consider it a trumpet call to repent. A revealing of the truth of us, so that we can be set free and walk according to the ways of Jesus, as our living example. There is no condemnation in this whatsoever, because Jesus always makes a way of escape to the sin which so easily ensnares us. Repentance is a beautiful and loving piece to our journey here on Earth. The Father points these things out to us in His merciful love, for our benefit so we are not lost and wandering like a disobedient wayward child. He is pulling us closer to Him all the time, purging us along the way, as we draw near to God, He draws near to us.
And remember… Like we have been discussing for months now… As a new creature in Christ, we are being purged of all the old creature habits – and today our focus is on the iniquity which still remains.
I know none of us gathered today want to go where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth – the place reserved only for the hypocrites, therefore, He is revealing to perfect us and definitely not to condemn us.
It is our job alone to turn from our wicked ways, everyone can choose not to, He forces no one. But it is our own actions which reflect the truth of us – better to know this now, than regret it later. Amen? It is with a humble and grateful heart we can praise His Name for removing all iniquity from us to prepare us inwardly for the dwelling of Jesus within. He is not doing this because He despises us, but because He loves us. I pray you grasp this truth. Don’t let that devil convince you otherwise, this truth is edifying to your walk, not condemning your walk.
Jesus never leaves us in the same condition He found us in – thankfully. As things which do not align with His ways are revealed so that we have a choice to make regarding repenting – to wash our robes white – remember, the Bride makes herself ready. It certainly feels as if we need more time, doesn’t it?
So many are preparing in the natural right now for what is happening, while I feel like my focus has to be on being spiritually ready above all else. So much so, I am finding it a little difficult to focus on much in the natural. But knowing I have children who depend on me, I know I need to be a little more responsible in that area, so I am trying to do what I can. Many of you are very similar to me facing financial limitations to prepare – but rest assured, Jesus will not leave us, no matter what – He is our Provision for our health, security, finances, food, water, everything is upheld by His hand as we welcome Him into our Homes to abide. He truly is the one constant in our lives we can depend on. Amen. So I encourage you to talk to Him, tell Him what is troubling you – He already knows. I realize many have a tendency to go right to another person first – I’ve done that too – but truly if you desire that peace which surpasses all understanding it is only Jesus that can fill us with His calmness during these troubled times. When we really see that Jesus is all we need, we won’t be so shaken when He is all we have.
We are blessed to finally be made aware now that we cannot save ourselves and to stop being a runaway bride and simply throw our hands up and surrender our self-will to His – that was simply exhausting wasn’t it? We also no longer have our eyes fixated on the sins of others like we used to and wow, that is a good thing too isn’t it – so the real work of wholeness can truly begin? Stones are being put down, hearts are turning away from evil and loving the Lord, we are clinging more to what is good than ever before and truly, beyond a shadow of doubt moving from glory to glory in HIM.
I truly pray this message was received in the way in which it was given, with a humbled and grateful heart which points to Jesus as the only way to salvation, as He does all things in love. The Bible tells us how quickly the Lord forgives our confessed sins and how blessed we are that we can go before Him in such an open and honest way. If we can truly and whole-heartedly believe in faith without seeing that every single thing we are dealing with at the moment is God at work in our lives to deliver us fully from those mindsets that have held us captive for so very long… We will be just fine. We are all going to be okay in His capable hands.
So, with that I guess you could call it a wrap for today!
I thank you for joining me and I also thank you for lifting ROF Ministries and myself up in prayer, for your love and/or financial support, should the Lord lead you to do so – in that we continue to be sent forth to be a blessing of hope to those the World has rejected, by healing hearts His way.
As always, your prayers keep us covered and your support keeps us reaching the multitudes. Should the Lord place it upon your heart to give financially, you may do so by visiting our website at: ROFministries.com, not only will those we serve be blessed – with your love seeds, your joy shall be made full in Him.
We always welcome more members to our Prison Ministry Outreach Team, so if you are interested please email me at: Markedbyheaven7@gmail.com – which is the same email for prayer requests or if I can personally be of assistance to you in anyway.
Let’s pray ~
Heavenly and merciful Father, it is with great awe and gratitude we come before You this day to celebrate new beginnings of hope found in Your Only Begotten Son, Jesus. We first bow before You in our hearts asking You to forgive us for taking for granted or mis-using the Gift of His sacrifice in ways that were for selfish-gain. We thank You mostly for the gift of repentance which draws us into full submissive unity with You as Jesus washes out every spot or blemish which does not reflect His Image. Lord we not only ask You for forgiveness we praise You for so willingly offering it, knowing we are not worthy to receive You and yet You welcome us anyway. Thank You Father for continuing to open our eyes even more to the full understanding and knowledge of Your truth. We love Your truth Lord, we love You Lord more and more each day as You are the one Who our soul longs for every moment of every day. Thank You for receiving us just as we are into Your opened and loving arms and cleansing us, making us whole.
We also pray today that You would wipe every tear from the eyes of those who are suffering, that You would draw them near unto You and be their comfort and guide. We lift up our loved ones to You Lord and ask You to protect them and keep them safe during the trials coming upon the whole World. We thank You Lord for the blessing of children, help us to train them better to walk in Your precepts and give us strength to say no on their behalf. We pray in unity for our Nation and the leaders and inhabitants who live here Father. We pray they see Your Sovereign majesty is upon all which concerns them and we thank You with all that we are that Your will being done on Earth as it is in Heaven. Amen.