The verse above says that the Lord is worthy to receive glory and honor and power. It didn't say He was worthy to receive glory only when He answers our prayers in the way we wanted them answered. It doesn't say He is worthy only when things are going well for us. It didn't say that He is worthy when we have lots and plenty to spare only. It doesn't say that He is worthy in just the times that He has come through for us with some deliverance, healing or need that He has met. What it says is "He is worthy"-- period.
He is worthy of all the glory and honor and power whether He ever answers another prayer for you; whether He blessed you ever again; whether He meets and supplies one more need you have. He is worthy of all the glory and honor, not just when He does something on your behalf.
He was worthy before He answered the first prayer you prayed. He was worthy before He saved your soul. He was worthy before He delivered you from your problems, issues and addictions. He always has been worthy of all honor because He is God. He always has been and always will be whether you think He is or not; whether you say He is or not; even if your opinion, your feelings, your emotions, or your disappointments say otherwise. He is worthy just because He is God.
Have a great day. The Lord is worthy of all glory and honor and power not because of what He has done, but because of who He is.
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Coffee Break is a morning devotional written by Lorraine Ezell