Posted by: Pure Glory | 11/30/2017

Obey God

by Apostle Gabriel Cross

Whatever God has told you to do, you must follow through, if you want to see the fruit.

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  1. Reblogged this on By the Mighty Mumford and commented:
    GLORIFY HIS NAME BY YOUR OBEDIENCE!

    • Amen! Thank you for the reblog!

  2. Amen

  3. Agreed, God give me the strength.

  4. Amen! I know this to be so true. When God gives a person instructions, others may not always understand or even agree but it really doesn’t matter because the instructions were not for them; they were for the person whom God gave them to, and the person given the instructions has to obey or either the person will have to answer to God.

  5. Reblogged this on Our Dwelling Place and commented:
    Lord guide me as I follow through with your divine purpose for the life you have blessed me with, let me be always in divine alignment with your will in Jesus Christ mighty name. Hallelujah Hallelujah

    • Amen! Thank you for the reblog.

  6. Reblogged this on words from a tender-hearted soul..

  7. Not only for the fruits but also to have peace.

    • Yes, peace is also one of the fruits.


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