“Into Thine Hand I Commit My Spirit”

Jesus called out with a loud voice, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.” When he had said this, he breathed his last.

Luke 23:46

Greetings!!  For the Day…..

Son of God as the perfect Son of Man paid the price for the sin of the world, Heaven was silent and time stood still henceforth every prophecy accomplished. Our lord Jesus died on the Cross to redeem the mankind, to save us from our sins because he loved us. Jesus Christ was mocked, scorned, and tortured. He was condemned to death; he carried his Cross up in Jerusalem to Calvary and was nailed on to the cross. He suffered an inexpressible end. We can go through the Holy Bible and see in the Gospel of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John. The world never witnessed such ever fastest Jurisdiction in the history of Mankind the fastest decision ever was made to crucify our lord Jesus.

Henceforth the Bible tells us that Jesus was obedient to His Father to the end, and his final word before his death on the cross was a prayer to His Father.

In today’s time of COVID-19 pandemic when an Economic recession bigger than the great depression of 1930 is expected to touch the World why are we afraid and for what …..we must not forget what Jesus taught us.

Let Us refer to book of John chapter 3 verse 16 “For God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, So that everyone who believes in him may not perish but have eternal life.”

The economies are in the crises but our faith must not……. as God has a plan for us.

I would like my friends to open book of Psalms chapter 31 verses 5…..Please you must read it…  “Into thine hand I commit my spirit”

You must be assured that they are good, choice, wise, and solemn words; we may use them now and in the last tremendous hour. The history tells us that these were the last words of Polycarp, Bernard, Huss, Jerome of Prague, Luther, and of Melanchthon, and many others

Thus my friends we are not only the creature, but the redeemed creature, bought with a price given by our lord Jesus Christ.

Now in our prayers we must be with faith and belief without getting afraid of this pandemic we should say that “I commend my spirit, my soul, my body, my powers, my desires up to thy hands”

Well! Well! Well! My friends what the Lord has done he will do again, for he changes not. He is a God of truth, faithful to his promises, and gracious He will not turn away from his people.

David committed his spirit to God that he might not die, but Christ and we as faithful Christians commit our spirit to God that we may live for ever.