It’s Up To You (Part 4)

It's Up To You (Part 4)

Powerful message by Pastor Tai Adeshugba: It’s Up To You (Part 4)

“Obedient Mentality”

On the fourth instalment of our current series “It’s Up to You”, Pastor Tai takes us on a journey of understanding the importance of obedience. Over the past few weeks, we have looked at 1) the entitlement mentality, 2) the treadmill mentality, 3) the independent spirit mentality and lastly, today the obedient mentality.

Using the same scripture as last week, 2 Chronicles 26, Pastor Tai further unravels the tragic story of King Uzziah; a king who started out well but made a mistake that cost him his kingdom, his legacy and ultimately his life. Today we are encouraged to recognise the importance of obedience and humility. In a world that so often tempts us to exalt ourselves, tempts is to depend on the praise and adulation of others, we can find ourselves so steeped in pride that we lose all sense of reverence and humility before God.

Pastor Tai meaningfully weaves together the life and person of Jesus Christ into this story by presenting Him as the perfect example of humility and obedience. Jesus suffered much because of obedience but His reward is that He is now highly exalted in the highest place, seated at God’s right hand.
In the lead up to Easter, it’s impossible for us to ignore the fact that He left His throne up above, took on human form and endured the shame and agony of the cross in complete and utter surrender to the will of the Father, for our sake. His prize? You and I.

Head over to our website to hear this poignant message on obedience, humility and it’s rewards!

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Pastor Tai Adeshugba is the Senior Pastor of Worship Tabernacle, a church which is situated in The Citadel, Archway, North London. Tai is known as a motivational and prophetic teacher in his delivery of the gospel to the body of Christ. He has a prophetic mandate to shape the lives of God’s people and give them the Word to enable them to fulfil their dreams. This mandate compels him to challenge the Body of Christ to assume their position of authority and influence in every facet of life.

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