Our response to government reveals our heart about God. And this is because God uses authority to expose our hidden heart attitudes.
In crisis we find out who we are under authority. This is a call to choose this day to seek the King rather than complaining about our rights being violated.
Despots may scheme and finagle but it's God Himself who places them in leadership. No man can steal what only God Himself endows.
Witches pledged to cast a spell until Trump is no longer president. You can’t curse authority and not reap disastrous consequences of the cursing.
There is an agony of death to living in the resurrected Life of Christ. But it's the enemy’s hope that I stay in the flesh and remain impotent!
I want to call out the 800-pound gorilla in the room—the presidential elections, debates, and constant mud slinging. How is God leading us through this?
Unbelief is my Achilles' heel. The reality is this: I have the authority and I can use it. No matter what the circumstance looks like, my struggle is a lie.
I am not a victim of my nature. I have the authority to overcome! I've been given this authority must use it because I will answer for my life.
I've seen the truth about my rebellion against God and authority. Without authority, I get death! But under authority, the heavens are opened for me.
Authority is the great equalizer in every life, and the ultimate lesson we each are to learn. Authority doesn't have to be right to be authority, because authority is about God first and foremost.
Whether governmental, religious, familial, pop-cultural, or academic, most of us look to others to be our standard. We often lift them up as heroes, hoping they'll be the standard.
Submission isn't optional for humanity. I submit. You submit. We ALL submit, every day. So the question that must be asked is to whom do I submit?