Headship…Is Jesus the Lordship of your life?


Jesus asked, “And why call ye me Lord, and do not the things which I say?” (Lk. 6:46). It is hypocritical to call Jesus lord and not obey him.

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To crown Jesus as Lord means to surrender our lives to Him. It means to have no will of our own, It means the willingness to go anywhere, do anything, and say whatever He desires. When Joshua asked the captain of the Lord’s army, “Are you for us or against us?” the captain replied, in effect, “I didn¹t come either to assist or hinder you. I came to take over” (see Joshua 5:14). So the Lord doesn’t come as sort of glorified assistant; He comes to take supreme command of our lives.

There are people who leave the church and seek another church all because someone didn’t see things from their perspective. They make statements like they don’t appreciate you they don’t understand you.  Poor YOU! You cry and babble, then you go and pack up your family and move to this new-found church because they believe and understand you. How dare you leave your Pastor and go to another church with no head cover and say you are in God’s Will? The devil is a liar you’re not in God’s Will,  God is about Headship and what you just displayed has absolutely nothing to do with Headship!

One can not go and ministry in another church without their pastor’s head covering I don’t care who you are or what you say but Jesus Christ Himself was under God’s headship. Which means Jesus just did not do what He wanted to do He did what the Father’s told Him even while He was on the cross.

Remember what Jesus said” Jesus asked, “And why call ye me Lord, and do not the things which I say?” (Lk. 6:46). It is hypocritical to call Jesus lord and not obey him.

To make Jesus our Lord is the most reasonable, logical thing we can do. He died for us; the least we can do is live for Him. He bought us; we are no longer our own.

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