Definition of Obedience:
Compliance or submission to another’s authority.

of Obedience:
Acquiescence, amenability, duty, respectfulness, etc.

These notes are from recovery in AA and/or related 12 step programs.
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The alcoholic world is not a pleasant place for an alcoholic to live in. Obedience to God’s will is the key unlocking the door to God’s kingdom.  –24Hours | More…Related image
The Great Spirit runs the world and the people by a set of natural laws and principles. He says we are to live our lives and make decisions that will be in harmony with these laws.

He says we should be respectful to all things and to all people.
He says we should pray for each other.

He says we should forgive one another.
It is easy to tell if a person is following the ways of the Great Spirit.

You can tell by how a man walks in life.
He doesn’t need to say anything.

If we are dishonest or deceitful, other people will know. This is true because we are all interconnected in the Unseen World. –Elders | More…Related image
The revelation of my growth in grace is the way in which I look upon obedience. We have to rescue the word “obedience” from the mire. Obedience is only possible between equals. It is the relationship between father and son, not between master and servant. –My Utmost for His Highest | More…

When we are in the light, walking in the light, we are cleansed from all sin. It is a question of obedience. All God’s revelations are sealed until they are opened to us by obedience. God will never reveal more truth about Himself until you have obeyed what you know already. –Oswald Chambers

God never speaks to us in startling ways, but in ways that are easy to misunderstand, and we say, “I wonder if that is God’s voice?”. As we listen, our ear gets acute, and, like Jesus, we shall hear God all the time. Never ask the advice of another about anything God makes you decide before Him. –My Utmost for His Highest. | More…

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