GOD ANOINTS DIVINE CHOICE (3) - Numbers 17:1-5

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We have seen so far; God puts His anointing on divine choice. Find out in the Holy Ghost what you are chosen to do; find out where you are chosen to be. The wife is not chosen to be the head of a home, the husband is. The wife should allow the husband to be the head. She should put all her wisdom, skills and ability under him and make him a fantastic head. God will honour the wife for it. Wives should stop upstaging their husbands.

As a man or woman, never upstage the chosen anywhere you find yourself. Don’t be like Dathan, Korah and Abiram. I don’t know why God chose Aaron. I would never have chosen Aaron. Aaron was such a weakling that when Moses went to the mountain for forty days and didn’t come back in time, the people said they didn’t know what had happened to Moses therefore he should make them new gods to carry them back to Egypt. He simply told them to bring their earrings, and they gave them to him. He put them into the fire. He was the one that cast the animal and brought it out. But when Moses came and asked him what he did to the people, he said, “I don’t know, I just put the thing into the fire and this animal came out”. Yet he was the one God chose to be the high priest. I wouldn’t make such a man a priest! I would think that he would always agree to what everybody says. God chose him all the same. He didn’t choose Dathan, Korah or Abiram. 

 

PRAYER: Lord, I will not struggle with Your divine choice upon my life in Jesus name. Amen.

 

BIBLE IN ONE YEAR: 1 Samuel 14:1-52, John 7:31-53, Psalm 109:1-31, Proverbs 15:5-7

 


 


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