Obedience Is a Must

Obedience is better than sacrifice, and sometimes obedience entails sacrifice.

The breaking of a new dawn is primarily not a prayer, but obedience to the instructions that will usher in the new dawn.

The new dawn has been a prophesy that has stayed in many people’s jotter for a long time. The truth is, prophesy is a two way thing: what God wants to do and what you must do for God to do what He wants to do. Failing to obey the instructions attached to prophecies make prophecies lose its potency.

It is important that you always ask for what to do whenever you see what to go for.

Many times God communicates what to do to us, but the noise within and the noise outside shut our ears to receive from Him. If you cannot listen, you cannot obey.

Other times we hear, but we fail to discern the voice of God in the voice of men. We rather focus on the age, sex and qualification of the person instructing us, and how sensible the instruction sounds.

Obedience to God is obedience to man. You cannot claim that you obey God and disobey men.

Even Christ had to obey death, his own hand work. Obeying those who are under you is a great medium to learn humility, a needed virtue for where you’re praying for.

How people obey is the reason the breaking of the dawn of many is dawdling. Incomplete obedience is synonymous to disobedience, and delayed obedience is as dangerous as disobedience. The longer the time you waste before obeying, the longer your dawn takes to break.

The breaking of your dawn is not strange to the program of God. He has mapped it out, but you must take responsibility for what He wants to release to you. The moment you obey those instructions, the breaking of your dawn is without recourse.

Reflect on the instructions you have disposed, and do what you should do fast. Leave no stone unturned, obey completely, and yours will be the next testimony to share.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s