Hosanna in the Highest!!!

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Matthew 21:9 And the crowds that went before him and that followed him were shouting, “Hosanna to the Son of David! Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord! Hosanna in the highest!”

Hosanna is a word from Hebrew that is commonly used as an exclamation of adoration, praise, or joy. In the Old Testament, it is applied only in scripture as “help” or “save, I pray.” In the New Testament, the word Hosanna appears to be a “special kind of respect” referred to the one who saves.

In essence, the word boils down to please, save us, our deliverer.” Aren’t you so glad that the Deliverer came? What ever you are standing in the need of at this very hour, I want you to know that Hosanna the deliver is here to save you from yourself. You can call on Him at this moment. He will save you.

Lord God, you are the only deliver who can save man. You have saved me from a life of wickedness and darkness. And brought me into Your marvelous light. Lord there are people who need to be saved and they do not even know that they need a Savior. Lord, you pursue us all when we feel that tugging at our hearts that is You Lord. Lord I ask that you continue to soft people’s hearts tear down those walls of doubts, confusion, and fear. For in You Lord there is love and hope. I pray that anyone reading this that does not know you would accept You into their hearts today. In the Mighty name of Jesus, I pray. AMEN, AMEN and AMEN!

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Grace says:

    Right on time message.

  2. desirayl says:

    Hello there Grace, thanks for the comment.

  3. joansanusi says:

    Amen and amen.

  4. desirayl says:

    Thanks 😊. Enjoy your weekend.

  5. What a powerful word of encouragement that is!!! Wonderful Jesus!

  6. desirayl says:

    Thank you my lady. Blessings upon you and yours.

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