In willful Disobedience, you disregard the voice of God. Willful disobedience is to be obstinate, intentional and deliberate. It is to do wrong, on purpose. It means to be intentional in what should not be done. This is willful disobedience (James 4:17).
Divine Mercy:Despite the sinful nature of mankind, God did not condemn them, but showed mercy.
The Son of God came to this earth to reconcile men to God. He knew that many would be saved and called out of this dark world and its systems. They would follow Him.
Obedience to the Holy Spirit:To obey the Voice of the Holy Spirit is to obey the voice of God. It was well known to Prophets, like Ezekiel, that God would put His Spirit within and cause people to obey Him (Ezekiel 36:27).
Jesus Christ knew He would physically leave this world, but His tangible presence would remain. God’s chosen people are not be left alone. The abiding presence and companionship of the Sweet Holy Spirit abides with them forever. John 14:15-16.
The Spirit of Truth.The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Truth. It is the Holy Spirit who guides us in all Truth. (John 16:12-13). It is God’s desire that His people listen to His voice, understand His ways and live by them. Naturally, the sinful nature of the every human dominates. The action and mindset without the influence and power of the Holy Spirit works in opposition to God (Gal. 5:17). God’s Spirit separates men and women from the ways of this world.
Divine Grace:It is by Divine grace that sinful men and women of this increasingly carnal world are shown mercy.
When a person yields to the Holy Spirit, it is not by the will of man, but the will of God.
Divine Hope:There is a ray of light that shines brightly within the children of God. It speaks of hope, truth and promise.
There is a river that flows within God’s people. It is a never ending source of life.
There is a fire that burns and glows within God’s people, regardless of its size, it cannot be put out.
God’s people are like Palm trees; they flourish and grow like the Cedar trees in Lebanon.
© Ruth Dickson
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