All of us have human authorities that we must relate to. Submitting to the authorities that God has placed in our lives will result in freedom. We must first learn to be under authority before we can properly be in authority.
It is essential that we learn to humble ourselves and submit to authority. Even Jesus was subject to authority. When we learn these things God pours grace into our lives and we are enabled to live a victorious life; one that brings honor to Christ.
There is one watchword that covers all of David's life: preparation. God has a special school to put each one of us through. God used normal circumstances and his authorities to move David along into God's will for his life.
True to its title, this 23rd message of A. W. Tozers 34-part study on Peters first epistle explores 'The Christians Relation to Government.' The words of 1 Peter 2:13-16 testify that human government is of divine order. However, Dr. Tozer debunks a myth
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