Consequences of antagonizing God’s will

Antagonizing God's Will
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Antagonizing God's Will
Antag­o­niz­ing God’s Will

If we can con­trol our desires and become more dis­cern­ing, obey­ing God will be very easy. Going against God’s will means obey­ing the will of the ene­my. Pun­ish­ment comes our way when we antag­o­nize God’s will.
Yes no one is per­fect, we only have to keep try­ing, rely­ing on God’s grace as he bends to feed us.
Antag­o­niz­ing God’s will makes us unfaith­ful to God. Antag­o­niz­ing God’s will leads us into idol­a­try.
Idol­a­try wor­ship­ing some­thing else that is not God gets God angry because God for­bid it. Idol­a­try no mat­ter how small or big brings us to the place where we for­get about God or God’s will, con­scious­ly or uncon­scious­ly.
Deuteron­o­my 32:18, “ they for­get their God, their mighty sav­ior, the one who had giv­en them life”. Nature abhors vac­u­um, there­fore when we for­get about God, the ene­my takes over to achieve his own pur­pose which is to steal, to kill and destroy. Even he who has chose to obey the ene­my is not speared from his pur­pose.
Anoth­er con­se­quence of antag­o­niz­ing God’s will is unfaith­ful­ness.
God is an ever faith­ful God and he expects us as lit­tle ones to do same.
Jere­mi­ah 3:20 (But like an unfaith­ful wife, you have not been faith­ful­ly to me, I the Lord have spo­ken).
God under­stands our weak­ness­es, there­fore He is mer­ci­ful to us. He will not be angry for­ev­er.
But we are not to take the mer­cies of God for grant­ed. We must rely on God’s grace and not self will. This way we will not for­get God or antag­o­niz­ing God’s will.
When we rely on God’s grace we choose to work with God.
Expe­ri­ence Life Abun­dance In Christ.


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