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All things created by God were to standard and for His own pleasure. Since the manufacturer of a product is the one that would specify its functions, God is the One who will specify what He has implanted in individuals and the direction all shall work to glorify His name. When a man acts in a particular way, little would he know that an invisible hand controls him. If you are not controlled by your Creator, you are manipulated by another creature. A bird that dances in the middle of the road has its drummer in the bush close-by. God does not feel comfortable if the one He has created to have dominion over other creatures (Genesis 1:28) condescends to serving lesser gods. He feels sad to see man walk into traps set by other creatures he is supposed to dominate.

Essentially, God has left man to determine his course on earth; having been given the free-will to choose what to say, what to do, where to go and who to serve. “See, I have set before thee this day life and good, and death and evil” Deuteronomy 30:15. He has however sufficiently advised in the scriptures that it is only your Creator that you should serve. If you serve another god, you have contravened heaven’s ordinances. This should be why God always come hard when any creature violates His laws. Instances abound in the scriptures when God roared in heaven to do unimaginable things on earth on behalf of the ones He loved.

On many occasions, He would set free the ones put in prison with the doors still locked. He had used leaders to do what they wouldn’t have done. Nobody is too big, hard or tough that God cannot soften, bend and use. When God Himself examined His exploits and dealings with men, He felt satisfied and exclaimed, “Behold, I am the Lord the God of all flesh: is there any thing too hard for me?” Jeremiah 32:27. Your answer to the above rhetorical question will determine the extent to which you could walk with God and fulfill destiny in life. I advise you to answer in the affirmative.

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