When Jesus Say No?

When Jesus Says Yes Nobody Can Say No Lyrics

Song Specifics: When Jesus Says Yes, No One Can Say No Lyrics are included. Say Yes is the name of the song, and it is sung by Michelle Williams, who is also the singer.

When Jesus Says Yes Nobody Can Say No Lyrics

  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
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  • Please hold on a moment.
  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ Everyone knows that when Jesus says ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″ I’m not afraid about a thing because I know You are leading me.
  • I will follow You, Lord, and travel wherever You direct me.
  1. I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.
  2. Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).
  4. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.

Moreover, it is all yours.Yes, everything belongs to You.It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ Everyone knows that when Jesus says ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″ I’m not afraid about a thing because I know You are leading me.I will follow You, Lord, and travel wherever You direct me.

  1. I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.
  2. Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).

You are all-knowing and all-powerful.Moreover, it is all yours.Yes, everything belongs to You.It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can stop him—) Because he is in command.Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).

  1. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  2. And you are the sole owner of everythingAnd you are the sole owner of everything Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).
  4. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  5. Moreover, it is all yours.
  6. Yes, everything belongs to You.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please hold on a moment.
  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ There is no such thing as a ″No″ when Jesus says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″) (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) ″No one can say ″No″ to Jesus when he says ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one can say ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can respond, ″No.″) (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can reply, ″No.″) (My Jesus, He’s right here with me.) You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.

When God says YES, nobody can say no! 2 Corinthians 1:20

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2 Corinthians 1:20

  • The New King James Version (sometimes known as the New King James Version) was published in 1611.
  • (NKJV) ″For all of God’s promises in Him are Yes, and all of God’s promises in Him are Amen, to the glory of God through us.″ In 2 Corinthians 1:20, we have a wonderful promise from God that we may live by.
  • We can see that no matter how many promises God has given, they are all ″Yes″ in Christ because God is faithful.
  • As a result, we are able to speak the ″Amen″ to the glory of God because of him.
  • The Lord Jesus Christ is referred to as the ″Amen″ in Revelation 3:14.
  • Promises are understood to be an oral or written commitment to do or not to do anything, and in today’s promise, God assures us that He is committed to fulfilling ALL of His promises, with a Yes and an Amen from the heart.
  • What should we do on our end?
  • Ensure that your circumstances are consistent with God’s Word, then believe and receive in the name of Jesus Christ!
  1. What if I told you that there are over 3000 promises of God for us to claim over our lives in God’s Word, and that you already know that each of those promises is a ″Yes,″ and that each of those promises is a ″Amen″?
  2. We serve and adore a God who is dependable!
  3. His word has no bounds and is all-encompassing.
  4. We may see a beautiful illustration of God’s Word’s dependability in the book of Isaiah.

Sarah did not have a shred of faith in God’s promise of a son, but did God still come through for her?Yes, Sarah gave birth to Isaac despite her advanced age!″Is there anything too difficult for THE LORD?″ God reacted to Sarah in Genesis 18 when she laughed in disbelief after hearing God’s promise of a son.The Lord responded by asking, ″Is there anything too difficult for THE LORD?″ The fact that God is trustworthy and all-powerful must be acknowledged.

  1. I’d want to invite all of the Abigail to take a look at their lives today and ask themselves the following question:
  • Do I trust God when He says that the plans He has for me are for my good and not for my tragedy, and that these plans will provide me with a future and a hope?
  • (Jeremiah 29:11), and that when He promises, He always follows through on his promises (2 Corinthians 1:20), or do I choose to ignore His promise and voluntarily live in a sinful situation simply because I am unable to wait and accept His word?
  • What do you think?
  • The Lord Jesus Christ, who is the Master of our faith, I pray for all of us that He will fill us with steadfast confidence in Him so that we can embrace life as the new creations that we have become as daughters of God.
  • In the event that you have not yet taken hold of God’s promises, what are your intentions for doing so?
  • For now, all the Abigails of God, remember that you are the Joy of the Lord.
  • Continue to be blessed in Christ, and click on the play button below to hear our soul praise our Lord Jesus-Christ 10,000 times and more this morning for His tremendous loyal promises.

When Jesus Said No

  • The fact that, despite the fact that the needs around us are immense, we as individuals are restricted in our personal power and financial resources is one of the obstacles that many Christians face.
  • The notion that, no matter what the difficulty, Jesus would always be there to help and, as a result, we should do the same is a persistent one in our thoughts.
  • Is it always inappropriate to say ″no″ when there’s a pressing need for something?
  • Throughout His life, Jesus was extremely generous with His time, attention, and resources.
  • We are advised to be abundant in mercy and love, vast in generosity, and prepared to leave all in order to follow the Lord Jesus.
  • Is there no limit for restricted human beings, who are often burdened with a plethora of conflicting obligations?
  • Of course there will be; it is unavoidable.
  • So, what exactly did Jesus do?
  1. Was there ever a time when He said no?
  2. There are many people who believe that Jesus always answered yes, especially to those who were poor and in need.
  3. However, there were moments when Jesus said no.
  4. I’d want to take a closer look at three of them specifically.

These three companies were chosen because they all work with the less fortunate to some extent.(Other instances of Jesus answering no are more specific to unique circumstances or improper demands (e.g., James and John requesting seats of honor, or Peter requesting to use a sword to protect Jesus.).I.Do you have a problem with the sick?

  1. The events of the Gospel for the 22nd week take place in the town of Capernaum.
  2. Jesus and His apostles have left a lasting influence on the world.
  3. He performed a miracle on a demon-possessed man in the synagogue, and word of his miracle has spread.

Jesus is currently staying at the home of Simon Peter, and he has just cured Peter’s mother-in-law of a severe fever, which she had been suffering from.The following is the story as told in the Gospel of Luke: At dusk, everyone who had individuals sick with various ailments came them to him, and he treated them.He touched each of them with his hands, and they were healed (Luke 4:40).As has always been the case, the Lord is assisting a large number of individuals.The throng has increased considerably in size, and He will continue to treat until the sun sets.After then, there’s a twist: Jesus left the house at the crack of dawn and proceeded to a deserted location.

  1. The masses went out in search of him, and when they finally found him, they attempted to prevent him from leaving them alone.
  2. But he told them, ″I must also announce the good news of the Kingdom of God to the other cities, for it is for this purpose that I have been sent″ (Luke 4:42-44).
  3. We have here what appears to be an unusual occurrence: The fact that the people of Capernaum are still in distress and on the lookout for Jesus suggests that there are still a great number of sick people who are waiting for Jesus’ healing touch.
  4. Jesus, on the other hand, declines their desire for Him to return.
  5. As part of His mission, He expresses his desire to travel to other communities and preach, which is exactly what He has come to accomplish.
  6. What is the reason behind Jesus’ refusal?
  • It would appear that there are two explanations for this.
  • First and foremost, He is restricted in terms of His humanity.
  • He has not come to save only Capernaum, and as a result, He must dedicate His attention to other locations as well, such as Jerusalem and Samaria.
  • In essence, He is responsible for allocating His ″limited″ (in human terms) resources in a fair and effective manner.
  • This is also true in our situation.
  • It is necessary to assist the needy, but we must also provide for our own families and fulfill our other responsibilities.
  • Saying no is not inherently un-Christlike; rather, it is a humble acknowledgement of our own limits and those of others.
  • Jesus is also unlikely to answer yes since He will not allow Himself to be labeled as a medical miracle worker, which is a second reason for His refusal.
  • He has come to preach, and eventually, to pick up His cross and follow Jesus Christ.
  • The importance of the cross in one’s life is a major part of what He preaches.
  • It is not always necessary to relieve everyone of their burdens.
  • To be referred to as ″Mr.
  • Fix-it″ is to have one’s status lowered.
  • The Lord did not come to heal the body alone, but perhaps more importantly, to heal the soul of mankind.
  • Therefore, Jesus’ refusal to comply serves as a teaching opportunity.

We who desire follow Christ should not be under the impression that our main job is to relieve others of their troubles.It is sometimes more compassionate to let others to bear the crosses that God wants for them to wear.We are not necessarily being heartless or un-Christlike if our intention is to enable individuals to go through required growth or to comprehend the implications of their decisions, in which case we are not being un-Christlike.We must be cautious not to absolve ourselves of our responsibility to assist others too readily, but we must also avoid being facilitators, allowing people to become overly reliant on our assistance.In the vast majority of circumstances, we should refrain from doing for others what they are capable of doing for themselves.The good should not take precedence over the excellent.

  • The Lord would not allow himself to be led into a situation in which what was excellent about Him (healing) was overshadowed by what was not so wonderful about Him (healing) (salvation and the preaching of the Kingdom).
  • As a result, He had to say no on sometimes.
  • II.
  • ″No″ on a topic of social justice, please explain.

When a man from the crowd yelled out to Jesus during Jesus’ Sermon the the Plain, ″Teacher, please tell my brother to share the inheritance with me,″ Jesus responded by telling him to tell his brother to share the inheritance with him.″Man, who appointed me to be a judge or an arbitrator between you?″ Jesus said.Then he warned them, saying, ″Be careful!Keep a close eye out for any signs of greed; a man’s existence does not depend in the richness of his belongings″ (Luke 12:13-15).In this case, too, we have an unexpected turn of events.

We may anticipate Jesus to take the side of this individual.After all, isn’t sharing the family fortune with siblings who may be in need a reasonable and kind thing to do in this day and age?Jesus, on the other hand, says no and warns the man against being greedy.In this circumstance, Jesus appears to have two valid grounds for declining to intervene.

First and foremost, he does not wish to get entangled in the role of legal arbitrator in worldly concerns.Second, he has the ability to look into the man’s heart and want to chastise him for his avarice.With his no, Jesus gives us two important lessons.People will sometimes attempt to drag us into a situation that does not interest us.

They may urge us to intervene in a family quarrel or to take a position on an issue in which it is not appropriate for us to do so.It is possible that on other instances we will be asked to mediate a dispute between two adults who should be expected to handle their own issues.Supervisors, pastors, and other leaders are frequently subjected to such blatantly improper behavior.

  1. There are certainly instances in which leaders should assist in the resolution of disagreements, particularly if the disputes concern specific matters over which they have authority; however, there are also numerous instances in which the request for assistance in such matters should be met with a firm no.
  2. Our teachers instill in us the belief that we are not always compelled to provide others with exactly what they request.
  3. Despite the fact that we do not have Jesus’ capacity to look into people’s hearts and comprehend their motivations completely, we can recognize when saying no is the wisest course of action in a certain scenario.
  4. Perhaps what someone is demanding is incorrect or will cause harm to other people.
  1. It’s possible that it will be detrimental to the common good.
  2. Perhaps the request entails the inefficient use of resources or is in direct conflict with previously agreed-upon goals and priorities.
  3. There are a variety of reasons why we should and can say no.
  4. In certain cases, this is true even though the person who is asking for something claims that his or her request is just and reasonable.
  5. However, just because something causes dissatisfaction or provokes anger does not always imply that we are doing something wrong.
  • Jesus did, on occasion, say ″no.″ Third, what about the hungry?
  • This gets us to the beaches of the Sea of Galilee for the final illustration.
  • Jesus has just completed his miracle of multiplying the loaves and fishes, which has fed thousands of people.
  • The news has spread, and the promise of free meals has attracted a large number of people.
  • There is a stubborn portion of the throng that would not disperse, so Jesus takes time to pray and then sends the apostles to the other side of the lake, where He will join them later.
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Jesus and the apostles arrive on the opposite side of the lake after walking on the water (!), to meet up with them in the boat.The news that Jesus was heading in that direction reached some in the throng, who immediately began running around the lake to meet Him.When Jesus disembarks from the ship, the passengers welcome Him with a false sense of surprise: ″Rabbi!

″Can you tell me how you got here?″ Jesus did not arrive on the scene yesterday; He understands that they are only waiting for more free meals.And he tells them that they are seeking for him not because they witnessed miraculous wonders, but because they ate all of the loaves and were satisfied with their meal.Instead of slaving away for food that will deteriorate, work for food that will last for eternity, which the Son of Man will provide for you (John 6:26-27).In effect, Jesus refuses to re-produce the bread of this world and instead calls the people to repentance and faith.In the remainder of John 6, He goes on to teach extensively on the Holy Eucharist, emphasizing the fact that this food is more vital for them than any other.

They are displeased and dismiss His teaching as a ″difficult statement″ (Jn 6:60).For all intents and purposes, Jesus is saying ″no.″ Although feeding the hungry is normally something that is applauded, if not mandated, in the end, Jesus will not allow people to pursue simply that which is good (food) while rejecting what is best (the cross) (the Bread of Life).As a priest, I’ve encountered this issue with some of the impoverished people who come to me for help.When someone comes to me for the first time and asks for financial aid, I gladly oblige and inquire as to the circumstances around the request.The individual nearly usually states that he or she does not belong to a traditional church.

I then go on to argue that going to Church and taking Holy Communion are absolutely necessary for salvation and that they are not optional.I request that anyone seeking assistance who are not Catholics at the very least come and see whether they are ready to adopt the Catholic religion.The majority of them do not follow through on this offer, but they continue to return in search of further funds and resources.I then begin to impose conditions on their ongoing help, such as the requirement that they either begin to come or that I be certain that they are attending some sort of event.

I will no longer provide worldly food to those who refuse to eat at the table of the Lord.Several people have asserted that this is not something Jesus would do, yet in reality, this is exactly what He did.No, he responded, to those who merely wanted their stomachs fed, but not their hearts as well.Of course, in an emergency situation or if little children are involved, this strategy may need to be modified or modified.

There are several other locations to buy food and other necessities in this nation besides this one Catholic parish.Perhaps I can refer a certain individual to another location.I must, however, summon people not only to the good but also to the best in order to achieve success.This does not appear to be unChristlike.The important element to remember is that saying no is not necessarily a bad thing.Even in some of the most famous circumstances of social justice and kindness, Jesus acted in this manner.

We should never reject out of the blue or be unduly harsh, but there are instances when saying no is the greatest, and in fact the most Christlike, response to provide in a certain situation.It is recommended and welcomed that you provide further distinctions or respond to the arguments in the comments area.According to the lyrics of this song, ″Some of God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.″ Actually, I believe they have been answered, and the answer is no.

When Jesus Said,″No″

  • One of the difficulties that many Christians face is that the needs in our community are so tremendous, yet we are restricted in our ability to meet them due to our own personal limitations as well as our limited financial means.
  • And, lurking in the recesses of our minds is the concept that, whatever the difficulty, Jesus would be there to assist us, and that we should do the same.
  • It is a well-known truth that Jesus was extremely generous with his time, attention, and financial resources.
  • We are also encouraged to be generous in our mercy and kindness, to be generous in our generosity, and to be prepared to give up all in order to follow Christ.
  • But, for restricted human beings, who frequently have a plethora of responsibilities, are there no boundaries?
  • Without a doubt, there must be some.
  • ″However, what would Jesus do?″ you might wonder.
  • Was there ever a time when he said, ″No?″ Many people believe that the answer to this question is no!
  1. However, there have been situations in which Jesus has answered ″No.″ The first three I’d want to have a look at are These three organizations were chosen because they all work with the less fortunate to some extent.
  2. Other examples of Jesus answering no include more specific or improper demands (for example, James and John seek seats of honor, and Peter wants to wield a sword to protect Jesus), rather than general requests.
  3. But let’s take a look at three instances in which Jesus said no and see what we can learn from each of them.
  1. You don’t want the Sick? The setting is the town of Capernaum. Jesus and his apostles have left a lasting influence on the world. The healing of a demon-possessed man at the synagogue has spread across the community. Jesus is currently staying at the home of Simon Peter, and he has just cured Peter’s mother-in-law of a severe fever, which she had been suffering from. The tale is continued in the Gospel of Mark: It was late in the evening, after the sun had set, when they brought to him everyone who was sick or possessed by demons. The whole town had gathered at the front entrance to see what was going on. He treated many people who were sick with various ailments, and he drove out numerous demons, who were unable to speak since they recognized him as the source of their power. (Matthew 1:34–35) As a result, as has always been the case, the Lord is obviously assisting a large number of individuals in this situation. The audience appears to have gotten rather large, and the curing continues until the sun sets. But then there’s the twist: he departed very early in the morning before the sun came up and went to a desolate location where he prayed. ″Everyone is hunting for you!″ Simon and others with him chased after him and exclaimed when they finally caught up with him. ″Let us go on to the adjacent villages so that I might preach there as well,″ he encouraged them. ″I’ve come just for this purpose.″ (Matthew 1:35–38) ″Everyone is seeking for you!″ says Peter and the others to Jesus, which appears to be an unusual event in the Bible. The irritated comment suggests that a queue of people seeking treatment from a variety of diseases has developed once again in Capernaum, according to the implication. A large number of ill people are eagerly awaiting his intervention. However, in response to the plea to return, Jesus expresses an intention to go to other villages in order to teach, since this is exactly what he has come to accomplish. What is the reason behind Jesus’ refusal? It would appear that there are two explanations for this. First and foremost, he is restricted in terms of his humanity. He has not come simply to preserve Capernaum, but also to save other cities, and he must give his attention to others as well. Actually, he must allocate his (humanly speaking) ″limited″ resources in a fair and efficient manner. This is also true in our situation. We must assist the needy, but we must also provide for our own families and fulfill other legal duties. No, saying ″no″ is not inherently un-Christlike
  2. rather, it is a modest acknowledgement of our human limitations. Jesus is also unlikely to say no because he will not allow himself to be identified just as a medical miracle worker, which is what many people believe he is. In order to preach and finally pick up his cross, he has arrived. The importance of the cross in one’s life is something he speaks about. It is not always necessary to relieve everyone of their burdens. To be referred to as ″Mr Fix-it″ is to have one’s worth degraded. For the Lord did not come to cure the body alone, but also, and maybe even more importantly, to heal the spirit. As a result, Jesus’ ″No″ serves as a teaching opportunity. We, too, who seek to emulate Christ, should not believe that our main job is to relieve others of their difficulties. It is sometimes more compassionate to let people to bear the crosses that God has placed before them. We are not necessarily being callous or un-Christlike in this situation if our intention is to enable others to go through required growth or to suffer the necessary consequences of their decisions, respectively. We must be cautious not to simply absolve ourselves of our responsibilities to assist others, but we must also avoid being facilitators or those who induce people to become overly reliant on others. We should avoid doing for others what they are capable of doing for themselves. The Lord could not allow himself to be led into a situation in which what was good about him (healings) was overshadowed by what was not so wonderful about him (terror) (salvation and the preaching of the Kingdom). Because of this, he responded ″No.″
  3. No on a subject of social justice, perhaps? Another time, in the context of Jesus’ Sermon on the Plain, a man spoke out from the audience, saying, ″Teacher, please tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.″ ″Man, who appointed me to be a judge or an arbitrator between you?″ Jesus said. Then he warned them, saying, ″Be careful! You should be on the lookout for all forms of greed, because a man’s existence does not depend just in the wealth of his belongings. (See also Luke 12:13-15.) In this case, too, we have an unexpected turn of events. It’s almost as though we should expect Jesus to side with this individual. After all, isn’t sharing a family legacy with siblings who may be in need of financial assistance a just and kind thing to urge and perform? But Jesus tells the guy, ″No,″ and then warns him against being greedy. The no of Jesus appears to be pointing to two faults in this case as well. First and foremost, Jesus will not be coerced into acting as a legal adjudicator in worldly affairs of consequence. He has come to teach the Gospel and to redeem us, and he will not be reduced to the task of probating wills and settling inheritance disputes, as some have suggested. An further concern is that Jesus, who has the ability to see into a person’s heart, declines to chastise the man’s greed. As a result of Jesus’ ″No,″ we learn two important lessons. First and foremost, we must recognize that we are not always obligated to address everyone’s concerns. It is possible that individuals will attempt to pull us into something that we are not interested in. In certain cases, they may want us to intervene in a family disagreement or a community issue in which it is not appropriate for us to intervene. It is possible that, on other instances, we will be asked to mediate disputes between two adults who might properly be expected to work out their own disagreements. Supervisors, pastors, and other leaders are frequently subjected to such unethical attempts to pull them into arguments or force them to choose sides in disagreements. There will undoubtedly be instances when leaders will be required to assist in the resolution of disputes, particularly if the disputes concern specific subjects over which they have power. However, there are numerous instances in which the sought assistance in such things merits a ″no,″ and it is not un-Christlike to do so in such circumstances. Second, Jesus’ ″no″ teaches us that we are not always obligated to give people what they desire. Despite the fact that we do not have Jesus’ capacity to see into people’s hearts and comprehend their motivations completely, it is nonetheless true that we CAN recognize when ″no″ is the correct answer in a specific situation. Some of us may be able to recognize that what a person requests is wrong or would bring harm to others. Perhaps it will be detrimental to the common good or demonstrate bias. Perhaps the request entails the inefficient use of resources or is in direct opposition to previously agreed-upon goals and priorities. There are a plethora of reasons why we should and should say ″no,″ and doing so is not always un-Christlike in nature. Even if the person making the request swears that he or she is only concerned with what is reasonable and fair, this may be the case. Others may be disappointed or even angry as a result of our actions, but this does not always indicate that we are doing something wrong. Jesus did say ″No″ from time to time
  4. ″No to the Hungry?″ This gets us to the beaches of the Sea of Galilee for the final illustration. Jesus had just miraculously doubled the loaves and fishes, enabling him to feed anywhere from 5000 to 20,000 people. This has been well known, and the news of free meals is beginning to attract a large number of people. Furthermore, several members of the mob were refusing to disperse. Consequently, Jesus separates himself to pray and sends the apostles across the lake to the other side, where he pledges to rejoin them later. After trekking across the water (!) to meet them in the boat, they arrive at the other bank of the lake. ″Rabbi!″ they exclaim as they see Jesus disembark from the boat. The news that Jesus was heading in that direction had reached some in the crowd who had gathered around the lake. ″Can you tell me when you got here?!″ You are searching for me not because you witnessed miraculous wonders, but because you ate all of the loaves and fish and have run out of food. Jesus understands their predicament and responds to them: ″I assure you that I did not come into this world to give you more food than you can eat.″ You should not be working for food that will spoil, but rather for food that will last until eternal life, which the Son of Man will provide for you (John 6:26-27). In effect, Jesus refuses to provide them with food from this world again and instead calls them to trust. John 6 continues with extended teaching from Jesus on the Holy Eucharist, and he maintains that this was the nourishment that was most required for them at that point in their lives. They are displeased and dismiss his instruction as a ″hard saying″ that they cannot understand (Jn 6:60). However, we have received a ″no″ from Jesus in this instance. Generally speaking, feeding the hungry is something that is applauded, if not mandated. But, in the end, Jesus would not allow them to pursue merely that which is good (food) and reject what is best (the kingdom of God) (the Bread of Life). As a priest, I have repeatedly encountered this issue with some of the poor who come to me for financial aid. When they initially come to me, asking for financial support, I offer it to them wholeheartedly and enquire about their circumstances. They virtually always acknowledge that they do not have a traditional church home (otherwise why would they be coming to me). I explain to them that it is extremely necessary for their salvation that they attend Church and receive Holy Communion on a consistent basis. In the event that they are not Catholic, they should at the very least come to see if they are ready to adopt the faith. However, the majority of them do not take advantage of this opportunity and continue to return in search of money and resources. I then begin to impose conditions on the continuation of support, stating that if they do not begin to show up or if I am not certain that they are attending somewhere, I will terminate the aid. I will no longer provide worldly food to those who refuse to eat at the table of the Lord. Some have claimed that this is not something that Jesus would do, yet in reality, this is exactly what he did when he was arrested. He refused to serve people who merely desired to have their stomachs satisfied and not their hearts. Of course, in an extreme emergency or if there are little children around, this strategy may need to be modified or modified. Perhaps I can direct them to a different location, but in the end, I have to summon them not only to the excellent, but to the best of everything. This is not unChristlike behavior
  5. rather, it is the opposite.
  • As is always the case, this post is far too lengthy!
  • However, the most important fact I want you to remember is that it is not always incorrect to say no.
  • Even in certain typical social justice and charitable circumstances, Jesus acted in this manner.
  • We should never be facile in our refusals or unduly cruel in our responses.
  • However, there are occasions when the greatest and most Christ-like response is to simply say no.
  • What are your thoughts?
  • As is customary for me, I do not intend for my piece to be the last response.
  • Your contributions, distinctions, and rebuttals are welcomed and appreciated, as does your participation.
  1. According to the lyrics of this song, ″Some of God’s greatest gifts are unanswered prayers.″ Actually, I believe they have been answered, and the answer is ″No.″
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When Jesus Say Yes – Nigel Lewis

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  1. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  2. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  3. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  4. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.

I’m not concerned about anything since I’m confident in your guidance.I will go wherever you direct me, Lord.I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.There are no limitations to what you can achieve.

  1. Because everything belongs to you, yeah, everything belongs to you.
  2. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  3. Everything belongs to you, absolutely everything belongs to you.

Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.I’m not concerned about anything since I’m confident in your guidance.I will go wherever you direct me, Lord, and I have no fear because I know who is in command.

  1. There is no limit to what you may do since everything belongs to you, yes everything belongs to you.
  2. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  3. No one can say no to Jesus when he says yes, and nobody can say no to you when he says yes, yes, yes, it all belongs to you.
  4. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  5. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  6. Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  • Because he is in command, there is no limit to what you may do.
  • Because everything belongs to you, yes everything belongs to you, you are all-powerful and all-mighty.
  • And everything belongs to you, and everything belongs to you.
  • There are no limitations to what you can achieve.
  • Because everything belongs to you, yeah, everything belongs to you.
  • You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  • Moreover, it is all yours; everything you possess is yours.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  • Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  • Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.
  • Nobody can say no to Jesus when he says yes.

Michelle Williams – Say Yes Lyrics

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  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
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  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one can say ″No.″ I’m not concerned about anything because I know You are directing me.
  • I’ll go wherever You direct me, Lord.
  1. I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.
  2. There are no limitations to what You can do since everything is yours.
  3. Yes, it all belongs to You (something the rest of the world should be aware of).
  4. You are all-knowing and all-powerful, and everything belongs to You.

Yes, everything belongs to You.It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) There isn’t a thing that I’m concerned about because I know You are leading me.Wherever You lead me, Lord, I will follow.I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.

  1. There are no limitations to what You can do since everything is yours.
  2. The world should know that you are all-powerful and all-knowing, and that everything belongs to you.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to you (the world should know that).

It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can stop him—) Because he is in command.There are no limitations to what You can do since everything is yours.The world should be aware that you are all-powerful and all-mighty, and that everything belongs to you.Everything belongs to you.And everything belongs to you.There are no limitations to what You can do since everything is yours.

  1. The world should know that you are all-powerful and all-knowing, and that everything belongs to you.
  2. Yes, everything belongs to you (the world should know that).
  3. Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  4. Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  5. Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  6. Please hold on a moment.
  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one has the ability to say ″No.″) When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one has the ability to say ″No.″ (When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one has the ability to say ″No.″) When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one has the ability to say ″No.″ (My Jesus, He’s right here with me) (When Jesus say, ″Yes,″ nobody can say, ″No.″) (My Jesus, He’s right here with me.) You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
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When Jesus Says Yes Nobody Can Say No Lyrics

Detailed information about the song: When Jesus Says Yes, Nobody Can Say No is sung by Michelle Williams. Say Yes is the title of the song, which is performed by Michelle Williams.

When Jesus Says Yes Nobody Can Say No Lyrics

  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please hold on a moment.
  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ Everyone knows that when Jesus says ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″ I’m not afraid about a thing because I know You are leading me.
  • I will follow You, Lord, and travel wherever You direct me.
  1. I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.
  2. Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).
  4. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.

Moreover, it is all yours.Yes, everything belongs to You.It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ Everyone knows that when Jesus says ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″ I’m not afraid about a thing because I know You are leading me.I will follow You, Lord, and travel wherever You direct me.

  1. I’m not afraid because I understand who is in command.
  2. Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).

You are all-knowing and all-powerful.Moreover, it is all yours.Yes, everything belongs to You.It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can stop him—) Because he is in command.Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).

  1. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  2. And you are the sole owner of everythingAnd you are the sole owner of everything Because everything belongs to you, there are no limitations to what you can do.
  3. Yes, everything belongs to You (which the entire world should be aware of).
  4. You are all-knowing and all-powerful.
  5. Moreover, it is all yours.
  6. Yes, everything belongs to You.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please wait a moment and bring it back.
  • Please hold on a moment.
  • It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ There is no such thing as a ″No″ when Jesus says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no such thing as a ″No.″) (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ there is no way for anybody to answer, ″No.″) ″No one can say ″No″ to Jesus when he says ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says ″Yes,″ no one can say ″No.″) It is impossible to say ″No″ to Jesus when he says, ″Yes.″ (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can respond, ″No.″) (When Jesus says, ″Yes,″ no one can reply, ″No.″) (My Jesus, He’s right here with me.) You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.
  • You should be aware that he is with me.

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When Jesus Says No

Engage your heart in the service of the LORD, and He will grant you the desires of your heart. Commit your plans to the LORD; put your faith in Him, and He will take care of everything. – Psalm 37:4-5 (English Standard Version)

TODAY’S ENCOURAGEMENT

  • Michelle Williams recorded and released a song named ″When Jesus Says Yes″ in 2014.
  • Everyone was giddy with excitement as they declared, ″When Jesus says yes, no one can tell you no.″ But what happens if Jesus says no to your request?
  • Even though Psalm 37:4 promises us that God will grant us anything we want or desire, the next line of the passage says that we must commit our way to the Lord and trust Him, and He will act.
  • It is possible that Jesus will say no if our desire does not coincide with His will.
  • When Jesus says no, there are three things we must do as a result.
  • First and foremost, we must accept the response.
  • No is sometimes a blessing in disguise, as it propels us forward towards our destiny.
  • Second, we must pray for God’s will to be done.
  1. We must put our faith in Him and recognize that His will is always in our best interests.
  2. Last but not least, when God’s will is revealed, walk in it.
  3. When we follow the route He has laid out for us, He will be able to complete his purpose.
  4. As a result, I want to encourage you today to maintain your faith even when Jesus says no.

It’s possible that your ″yes″ is just around the bend.

PRAY

I am grateful to You, Heavenly Father, for responding to my prayers, even when the response is negative. Help me to surrender my aspirations to You so that I can follow Your will and fulfill Your purpose for my life. In the name of Jesus. Amen.

REFLECT

Describe a time when Jesus’ ″no″ was a benefit in your life.

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Even Jesus Sometimes said, ″No.″

  • One of the difficulties that many Christians face is that the needs around them are so tremendous, yet we are restricted in our ability to meet them, both in terms of personal strength and financial means.
  • There’s also an idea that no matter what the crisis was, Jesus would always be there to help and that we, too, should be there to help.
  • Is it, then, always improper to say no when there is a genuine need for it?
  • It is a well-known truth that Jesus was extremely generous with his time, attention, and financial resources.
  • We are also encouraged to be generous in our mercy and kindness, to be generous in our generosity, and to be prepared to give up all in order to follow Christ.
  • But, for restricted human beings, who frequently have a plethora of responsibilities, are there no boundaries?
  • Without a doubt, there must be some.
  • ″However, what would Jesus do?″ you might wonder.
  1. Was there ever a time when he said, ″No?″ Many people believe that the answer to this question is no!
  2. However, there have been situations in which Jesus has answered ″No.″ The first three I’d want to have a look at are These three organizations were chosen because they all work with the less fortunate to some extent.
  3. Other instances of Jesus answering no are more specific and involve demands that are unsuitable or specialized (e.g.
  4. James and John want seats of honor, Peter wants to use a sword to defend Jesus).

But let’s take a look at three instances in which Jesus said no and see what we can learn from each of them.I.Do You Want to Be Sick?The setting is the town of Capernaum.

  1. Jesus and his apostles have left a lasting influence on the world.
  2. The healing of a demon-possessed man at the synagogue has spread across the community.
  3. Jesus is currently staying at the home of Simon Peter, and he has just cured Peter’s mother-in-law of a severe fever, which she had been suffering from.

The tale is continued in the Gospel of Mark: It was late in the evening, after the sun had set, when they brought to him everyone who was sick or possessed by demons.The whole town had gathered at the front entrance to see what was going on.He treated many people who were sick with various ailments, and he drove out numerous demons, who were unable to speak since they recognized him as the source of their power.(Matthew 1:34–35) As a result, as has always been the case, the Lord is obviously assisting a large number of individuals in this situation.The audience appears to have gotten rather large, and the curing continues until the sun sets.After that, though, there’s a catch: He left the house very early in the morning before the sun came up and proceeded to a desolate location where he prayed.

  1. ″Everyone is hunting for you!″ Simon and others with him chased after him and exclaimed when they finally caught up with him.
  2. ″Let us go on to the adjacent villages so that I might preach there as well,″ he encouraged them.
  3. ″I’ve come just for this purpose.″ (Matthew 1:35–38) ″Everyone is seeking for you!″ says Peter and the others to Jesus, which appears to be an unusual event in the Bible.
  4. The irritated comment suggests that a queue of people seeking treatment from a variety of diseases has developed once again in Capernaum, according to the implication.
  5. A large number of ill people are eagerly awaiting his intervention.
  6. Jesus, on the other hand, responds ″No″ to the desire to return.
  • He also expresses a desire to go to other communities in order to preach, since this is exactly what he has come to accomplish in the first place.
  • What is the reason behind Jesus’ refusal?
  • It would appear that there are two explanations for this.
  • First and foremost, he is restricted in terms of his humanity.
  • He has not come simply to preserve Capernaum, but also to save other cities, and he must give his attention to others as well.
  • In essence, he must allocate his (humanly speaking) ″limited″ resources in a fair and effective manner.
  • This is also true in our situation.
  • We must assist the needy, but we must also provide for our own families and fulfill other legal duties.
  • No, saying ″no″ is not inherently un-Christlike; rather, it is a modest acknowledgement of our human limitations.
  • Jesus is also unlikely to say no because he will not allow himself to be identified just as a medical miracle worker, which is what many people believe he is.
  • In order to preach and finally pick up his cross, he has arrived.
  • The importance of the cross in one’s life is something he speaks about.
  • It is not always necessary to relieve everyone of their burdens.
  • To be referred to as ″Mr Fix-it″ is to have one’s worth degraded.
  • For the Lord did not come to cure the body alone, but also, and maybe even more importantly, to heal the spirit.

As a result, Jesus’ ″No″ serves as a teaching opportunity.We, too, who seek to emulate Christ, should not believe that our main job is to relieve others of their difficulties.It is sometimes more compassionate to let people to bear the crosses that God has placed before them.We are not necessarily being callous or un-Christlike in this situation if our intention is to enable others to go through required growth or to suffer the necessary consequences of their decisions, respectively.We must be cautious not to simply absolve ourselves of our responsibilities to assist others, but we must also avoid being facilitators or those who induce people to become overly reliant on others.We should avoid doing for others what they are capable of doing for themselves.

  • The Lord could not allow himself to be dragged into a situation in which what was excellent about him (healings) overshadowed what was best about him (judgment and justice) (salvation and the preaching of the Kingdom).
  • As a result, he responded with ″No.″ II.
  • Is there a problem with Social Justice?
  • Another time, in the context of Jesus’ Sermon on the Plain, a man spoke out from the audience, saying, ″Teacher, please tell my brother to divide the inheritance with me.″ ″Man, who appointed me to be a judge or an arbitrator between you?″ Jesus said.

Then he warned them, saying, ″Be careful!You should be on the lookout for all forms of greed, because a man’s existence does not depend just in the wealth of his belongings.(See also Luke 12:13-15.) In this case, too, we have an unexpected turn of events.It’s almost as though we should expect Jesus to side with this individual.After all, isn’t sharing a family legacy with siblings who may be in need of financial assistance a just and kind thing to urge and perform?

But Jesus tells the guy, ″No,″ and then warns him against being greedy.The no of Jesus appears to be pointing to two faults in this case as well: First and foremost, Jesus will not be coerced into serving as a legal arbitrator in worldly disputes.He has come to teach the Gospel and to redeem us, and he will not be reduced to the task of probating wills and settling inheritance disputes, as some have suggested.An further concern is that Jesus, who has the ability to see into a person’s heart, declines to chastise the man’s greed.

As a result of Jesus’ ″No,″ we learn two important lessons.First and foremost, we must recognize that we are not always obligated to address everyone’s concerns.It is possible that individuals will attempt to pull us into something that we are not interested in.In certain cases, they may want us to intervene in a family disagreement or a community issue in which it is not appropriate for us to intervene.

It is possible that, on other instances, we will be asked to mediate disputes between two adults who might properly be expected to work out their own disagreements.Supervisors, pastors, and other leaders are frequently subjected to such unethical attempts to pull them into arguments or force them to choose sides in disagreements.There will undoubtedly be instances when leaders will be required to assist in the resolution of disputes, particularly if the disputes concern specific subjects over which they have power.

  1. However, there are numerous instances in which the sought assistance in such things merits a ″no,″ and it is not un-Christlike to do so in such circumstances.
  2. Second, Jesus’ ″no″ teaches us that we are not always obligated to give people what they desire.
  3. Despite the fact that we do not have Jesus’ capacity to see into people’s hearts and comprehend their motivations completely, it is nonetheless true that we CAN recognize when ″no″ is the correct answer in a specific situation.
  4. Some of us may be able to recognize that what a person requests is wrong or would bring harm to others.
  1. Perhaps it will be detrimental to the common good or demonstrate bias.
  2. Perhaps the request entails the inefficient use of resources or is in direct opposition to previously agreed-upon goals and priorities.
  3. There are a plethora of reasons why we should and should say ″no,″ and doing so is not always un-Christlike in nature.
  4. Even if the person making the request swears that he or she is only concerned with what is reasonable and fair, this may be the case.
  5. Others may be disappointed or even angry as a result of our actions, but this does not always indicate that we are doing something wrong.
  • ″No,″ Jesus did reply from time to time.
  • No to the Hungry?
  • That’s right, no to the Hungry.
  • This gets us to the beaches of the Sea of Galilee for the final illustration.
  • Jesus had just miraculously doubled the loaves and fishes, enabling him to feed anywhere from 5000 to 20,000 people.

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