Sunday, June 14, 2015


  Walk in His will    

And this is love, that we walk after His commandments. This is the commandment, That, as ye have heard from the beginning, ye should walk in it. 2 John 1:6

Samson was appointed by God and he had His strength through obedience to God's command of not cutting off his hair, nor shaving his beard. We know that Samson's hair had no power BUT IT WAS HIS WALK IN OBEDIENCE TO WHAT GOD EXPECTED FROM HIM. 
Samson began to walk in sin with this woman Delilah, which became his downfall.

The expectation that God put on Samson's life may look too simple to be true, nevertheless God's command has to be followed, no matter what man may think. 

Once we begin to walk in disobedience we will stumble and the power of the Holy Spirit will fade away, while the "Philistines" will take over.

The same with Jonah who ended up being swallowed by the great fish, thinking that by jumping overboard of the ship, he could escape his calling to warn the people of Nineveh.

Once a believer begins to walk his own way, forgetting the call of God upon his/her life... trouble will begin. No matter how insignificant your calling may look like, the Father expects obedience from His children.

Not that the Father has a whip in His hand to hit those who walk in disobedience, but because it is the trouble, heartache and pain which follows those who disobey His calling. The such will lose the protection of the Lord.

And he that keepeth His commandments dwelleth in Him, and He in him. And hereby we know that He abideth in us, by the Spirit which He hath given us. 1 John 3:24

I sincerely pray that the Word of God may find inroad in your heart and life, so you will not miss the crown which He holds in His hand. 

I am walking with the Father for many years, which was, at times, up and down hill. Nevertheless, the most important issue is that we leave the world behind and follow Jesus. Keeping your ALL surrendered. AMEN!


Step out in the Love of Christ and you will be blessed. 

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