Monthly Archives: May 2021

TODAY’S THE DAY! This week – along with airing the last program in our May topic, THE SWEETNESS OF GOD – Obedience First is pleased to offer you a free, downloadable Companion Devotional taking you even further into this month’s discussion. Through five more important topics highlighting The Sweetness of God, you’ll see how you can apply His awesome attributes to practical, daily living – something absolutely critical to a successful Christian… Read More

Moving further into the week, servants of God need a recharge to remind them of the power and abiding presence of Almighty God. The Obedience First website does just that by welcoming a mid-week, audio-cast following this inspired advice of Jude (the half-brother of Jesus Christ): But you, beloved, building up yourselves on your most holy faith, praying in the Holy Spirit, keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the… Read More

When we need to be refreshed, nothing but that will do. When we seek a cool breeze after working in the hot sun, even water won’t be quite as refreshing as cold air-conditioning or a strong, cool breeze sent just at the right time. The Sweetness of Father God is like that to our souls. If we are weary, He is Strength; if we are sad, He is JOY unspeakable, full of… Read More

Our God is pleasant! Remember what David said of his best friend Jonathan: “…very pleasant hast thou been unto me. Thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women.” 2 Samuel 1:26 KJV The word pleasant in that passage (according to Strong’s Concordance) means “to be pleasant, be beautiful, be sweet, be delightful, be lovely.” Wow – those are ALL attributes of our God, aren’t they? Did you also notice… Read More

It is the nature of God to forgive, to spare, to pardon, and to relent from doing harm; that’s simply our good God. Even with that, the GOODNESS of God seems very much a broad, far-reaching, general, almost generic term. How can we make it special to our personal understanding? How can we make His goodness specific to our appreciation and acknowledgement, daily? Tune in this week’s discussion in the monthly topic,… Read More