Then the four living creatures said, “Amen!”
Sometimes when all is said and done the best we can do is to just say “Amen”. After the powerful worship, anointed sermons and testimonies, sometimes we must just stop and say “Amen”. This term of Hebrew origin, used adverbially, means trustworthy, surely or verily. It appears more than 72 times in the Bible and literally means “so be it”. It is an expression of faith, of solemn agreement or of hearty approval.
Beloved, “amen” is a very powerful word indeed. Do you recall that it is one of Jesus’ titles? “These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God” (Rev 3:14b). He says what He means, means what He says and delivers on all His promises.
Now, what happens when the Amen meets our “amen”? What happens when the Faithful One meets our faith? Actually, God doesn’t meet us at the point of our need, but He meets us at the point of our faith–where our amen meets the Amen, when our hearts choose to agree with God’s promise. Will you say AMEN today?