DRIVEN BY ETERNAL PURPOSE
Theme: THE DEADLY HABITS FROM THE PIT OF HELL Part 22.
Beloved Saints, good morning. Still looking at the 7th deadly habits from the pit of hell.
WHY ARE PEOPLE ALWAYS CURSED, FOR INSULTING GOD APPOINTED LEADERS?
God is the universal leader. He is the Head of all things. But God would never take Israel out of Egypt by Himself. He appoints a top most leader to do the work
Then there He also appoints the second man. After that then came the elders to support the first man as well as the second man.
The chain goes down to the last person. God has no power of leading people without a leader. This is why anyone who rebels or insult the God appointed leader takes curses for himself or herself.
All who insulted Moses died in the wilderness. They never reached Canaan but those who obeyed Moses. Out of about two million elderly people from egypt, only two were obedient to God and to Moses survived!
If you are a husband you are not special at all to your wife but by grace God has made you a leader for order and peace. If you are a wife God has made you a helper by grace. Both will be answerable to God about how you acted as a responsible head and husband as well as a responsible helper. You will be rewarded good if you did well, or bad if you failed your duties.
If you are the top most chosen from above or second man, or secular top voted or chosen leader, you too will give account of all that you were chosen for.
The book called Lord of the flies, speaks about children lost on the sea on an island without a leader. It was chaos, the children ending up killing one another. Sudan has had no leader for sometimes. Piracy was born. Without respecting leadership curses, chaos, follow.
Honor God as you respect leaders put there by God. May God show you the way.
Pray: My God and my Lord, let me know who is who so that I shall always obey and be ordered by you. In Jesus’ Name. Amen!
May God bless your day as you live above all these evil heart habits while seeking and saving the lost souls in love.
Always Love and Prayers,
Archbishop Dr Mark Kambalazaza.