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Levels Of Consecration

Text:
Leviticus 16: 6-12

Memory Verse:
“And Aaron shall bring the bull of the sin offering, which is for himself, and make atonement for himself and for his house, and shall kill the bull as the sin offering which is for himself” (Leviticus 16:12).

Consecration is a solemn commitment of your life and time to some cherished purpose. It is also the sanctification of something or someone by setting it apart as dedicated to God.
As a Christian, you ought to live your life according to your confession at salvation; to give your totality to God as a sanctified vessel unto Him. For this to take place completely, there are levels to your consecration to God which will, in turn, help your development and walk with Him. Some of these are;
1. Consecrate your heart: Guard your heart with all diligence by submitting your will to the dictates of the Father because it is the centre point from which all actions you carry out are organised and processed.
2. Consecrate your mouth: give up your mouth to God, so it can speak as He deems fit. It is one of the most sensitive parts of your body and is difficult to control. The Bible admonishes us that our words should be seasoned with salt, giving grace to its hearers. It is, therefore, necessary for us to tame our tongue as James 3:2 admonishes.
3. Consecrate your appearance: Your appearance speaks a lot about who you are, your mentality and what you stand for. When you become a Christian, you have to present yourself as a living sacrifice to God and represent Him even in your appearance, not looking dishevelled, unkempt or immoral. From now on live a consecrated life, fully committed to the Lordship of Jesus Christ – use Romans 12:1&2 as your watchword.

Prayer Points:
1. Help me, Lord, to live a consecrated life.
2. Guide my ways in all that I do that I may live for You, O Lord.

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