Discerning the Times: Obedience
Discerning the Times:
Obedience Tips the Scales — Not High Headiness
There are spiritual principles that govern the contest for the perverse or righteous rulership of regions.
In Heavenly Court, it is never a question of high headiness, it’s about this — was the covenant requirement to attain unto that throne fulfilled?
The LORD is a Righteous Judge. The LORD gave Adam Dominion, but Adam lost it when he partook of the forbidden fruit.
Much difference will be made if like Joshua, we rend our garments and go back to The LORD asking what really happened — why did we encounter The Captain Of The Host and yet fall at the battle?
Then we may see how the golden calf worshipers, the Achan within, and the spies who brought back a defeatist testimony caused many losses.
Like Saul, we may be very concerned about our reputation before men and not rend our garments and hearts in repentance, seeking by all means to be portray endorsement.
Like Joshua, we may rend our garments, smash the idol of the golden calf within, cast out Achan and his desecrations from within, renounce the testimony of the spies sent ahead yet bowed to fear at the gate — then press on; to remap the stronghold of the enemy and be ready to march through in purity unto conquest.
We may receive the Prophetic Promise right — but it is the fulfillment of the covenant requirements of righteousness and justice — not departing from meditating on The WORD, observing and doing all it commands — then we shall have good success, and the Prophetic Promise birthed.
It is the sacrifice borne out of obedience that tips the scales — not high headiness.
~ by Abel Praise
Abel Praise is an Ambassador of The LORD Jesus Christ and also operates as Abel Praise Ministries. Abel Praise is The Coordinator of Kingdom School of Nations, headquartered in Nigeria, committed to working with apostolic and prophetic ministries across the globe to raise and mobilize the warring Bride for the end time battle of The Kingdom of The LORD JESUS CHRIST into the nations.
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