"I urge you, first of all, to pray for all people. Ask God to help them; intercede on their behalf, and give thanks for them." 1 Timothy 2:1 (NLT)

Monday, October 10, 2011

Hosanna in the Hillsong


Barnes' Notes on the Bible

Son of David - The Messiah.

Blessed be he ... - That is, blessed be the "Messiah This passage is taken from Psalm 118:25-26. To come "in the name of the Lord" here means to come "by the authority" of the Lord, or to come "commissioned" by him to reveal his will. The Jews had commonly applied this to the Messiah.

Hosanna in the highest - This may mean either "Hosanna in the highest, loftiest strains," or it may be for a prayer to God "Save now, O thou that dwellest in the highest heaven, or among the highest angels." Perhaps the whole song of hosanna may be a prayer to the Supreme God, as well as a note of triumphant acclamation: "Save now, O thou supremely great and glorious God; save by the Messiah that comes in thy name."

Thank You Heavenly Father, I come on bended knee with humility and praise for our provision and answered prayers and for all those who are called to be a part in Your Kingdom.  I thank You for supplication of our brothers and sisters through Your the Blood of Your Son, Christ Jesus.  I thank You for Your love and grace You have placed in each of us through the Holy Spirit; therefore, we can love one another by example to Glorify Your Name...In His Name, Christ Jesus I pray for all of brothers and sisters to be blessed and victorious in all they do through Your will for their lives....AMEN!!!

1 comment:

  1. A beautiful prayer... In Jesus' MIGHTY name, Amen.

    Sending love and blessings to you this day.

    With love and care from Kerrie. xOx


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