To love God is to obey God

“Loving God means keeping his commandments, and his commandments are not burdensome.” 1 John 5:3 (NLT)

Are you able to do whatever God directs you to do, how He wants you to do it, where He wants you to do it, with whom He wants you do it?

If the answer is no, He’s not your God.

It’s that simple.

If He’s fully God to you, that means full submission to Him.

Full submission, means full blessings.

Don’t miss out on anything that God has for you because you want to do whatever you want to do.

You’ll save yourself a lot of hassle, stress, and strain, praying before making a decision, and letting God guide you to make the right decision… vs. making a decision and then praying that God makes your decision a reality.

That’s making yourself the God of your life, instead of making your Creator, the Creator of all, the God of your life.

Don’t rely on your mind to make important decisions.

Seek guidance from God through prayer… let His peace, His nudging, guide you to make the right choice.

He will give you wisdom, you just have to ask.

“If you need wisdom, ask our generous God, and he will give it to you. …” James 1:5 (NLT)

He invites us to ask.

We all want to make wise decisions, and our Heavenly Father, with unlimited power, offers wisdom to those who simply ask.

We should be asking daily.
We should be asking He showers us with wisdom in every area of our life.

Books are great to acquire knowledge.
Experiences teach us lessons that makes us smarter.
But nothing can compare to the wisdom we have access to through our Heavenly Father.

Asking is a choice.
Asking is an act of trust.
Asking humbles our pride.

And it’s asking that will lead you to make decisions that other people look at in awe.

It’s asking that will help you step in the steps God created you to step in.

“For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them.” Ephesians 2:10 (NJKV)

Ask now.
Whatever area of your life you need wisdom in, ask.

And praise Him for the wisdom He gives you.



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