Thoughts on obedience…

So I’ve been reading on this book called UnderCover by John Bevere. So far the book is about submission and obedience to God. Not just the idea of being obedient when you don’t want to be. This is about having a heart for blind faith and obeying God like your life depends on it. (Because it does.)

Mr. Bevere writes in a way that really gives you a visual approach for application. He helps by painting pictures of Bibilical situations that layout his points. He doesn’t seem to pull stuff out of the air…he sticks to the truth. After all, the truth is all God knows…because He is truth. (Thank you Brother Bynum for your inspiring blog.)

The first few chapters were a little slow to develop due to building the importance of obedience and how we, as humans, have gotten to the point of distance from Him that we are at. (Since I thought it was slow, that means that I will have to go back and re-read because I probably missed something important)

I just stepped into chapter six and this book is already taking me for a loop. So far we have covered Cain and why his offering was not accepted. We’ve looked into King Saul and when he messed up with the battle with the Amalekites. The detail and the small choices that were made to come to such disaster…even with good intentions. It’s amazing.

I’ll delve more into it and do brief updates on it as I read and re-read.

If you get a chance, check this book out!!

Author: ProdigalMike

Follower of Jesus Christ. Husband of one woman. Father of four. Worshipper. God has been continually molding me into a worship leader over the last 21 years. I am on a musical journey with my family to become more like Christ. Join in!

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