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For thus says the LORD: “Sing with gladness for Jacob, and shout among the chief of the nations; proclaim, give praise, and say, ‘O LORD, save Your people, the remnant of Israel!’ Jeremiah 31.7

Beginning to understand God’s plan for the redemption of mankind is good. The more our understanding is enlarged with the beauty of the redemptive work of the Most High, the greater the glory we will know. Surely, we will be amazed at every revelation of His will. Only the Lord could create a way to redeem us from the fall, to be free forever from the devil’s kingdom. Now we are free!

Jeremiah begins his message by saying: For thus says the LORD. This shows the seriousness of his speech. Later, Jesus himself said: Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away (Mark 13.31). Everything that comes from the mouth of the Almighty is true and will be fulfilled at the right time. God knows everything that will happen, even in the distant future. It is good to heed God’s warning about things to come!

The message received by Jeremiah to announce to the children of Israel was that they should sing about Jacob, their father. No doubt, this Jacob would be one of the descendants of the patriarch, the Messiah about whom Daniel spoke, who would come to free the people from the oppressions of the dark empire (Daniel 9.25,26). Now, the song praising Him should be done with joy. In fact, there is nothing more beautiful to hear than the songs that speak of the love of the Savior born in Bethlehem (Luke 2.8-20)!

How many people have been moved by praising Jesus, His love and peace? It is impossible to calculate the number of sick people healed by hearing a song extolling the power of this mighty Name. Many demons are manifested when people are singing about Christ. In 1975, in Nova Iguaçu, blind Jorge was freed of a corneal ulcer when we sang about the triumphant Name of Jesus.

God’s message called the Messiah the Head of the nations. In the Bible, there are numerous names given to the Son of God. He is the Head of the nations, because everything is from Him and came into existence by the power of His Name, which is over every name: Therefore God also has highly exalted Him and given Him the name which is above every name (Philippians 2.9).  At the name of Jesus every knee should bow, of those in heaven, and of those on earth, and of those under the earth (Philippians 2:10).

Our mission is to proclaim that Name not only in words – often empty of anointing – but in authority. People marvel when we give praise to Jesus, and the hellish force twists itself and releases its captives, because it cannot stand the fire and power that comes from the Name of the Lord. With Him, you defend yourself against the attacks of the evil one’s kingdom. We must proclaim this Name that sets people free and sing praises to God.

It is not necessary to ask, but to confess the Word, which tells us: ‘O LORD, save Your people!  Now, there is a little remnant of Jacob’s descendants who will not be saved, if the hearts of our brothers do not agree that the Almighty will do this. Use your authority now!

In Christ, with love,

R. R. Soares

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Lord of the Mighty Name! We desire to follow Your lead - leading people to You - and see how much You can do for those who seek You and take pleasure in Your commandments. The saved will never be disappointed or confused. We sing about Your Name with joy! 

Praising You gives us excellence, fills us with pleasure and exultation, for You are the Head of the nations. We don't want to be silent, but to keep on knowing You more and more, glorifying You accordingly. It does us good, nourishes us, and draws us closer to You!

We will proclaim Your grace to all the people! You raise the poor from the dunghill and make them sit among princes. You bring us out of oppression and into Your halls where we pray, asking You to save Your people, the remnant of Israel. Father, the glory will be all Yours!


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and Serug lived after he begat Nahor two hundred years, and begat sons and daughters.
(Genesis 11:23)


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