Does anyone really like that word?My children certainly don’t because it’s usually in a sentence that goes a little something like this: Obedience is quickly and cheerfully doing what your parents have asked. Webster defines the word obey:
to follow the commands or guidance of; to conform to or comply with.
That definition just sent chills up some of your spines. Those of you who like to buck the system and go against the flow. I get it. I do.(I really don’t. I’m a rule follower.)(Just trying to not make you feel bad for your disobedient ways ♥)My publisher and I are making progress on my book. We are in the editing stages which means some changes but also adding details that I left off. As I was looking for the footnote information in the Bible I quoted in my manuscript, I came across something that I’d written down many years ago.
Obedience always involves sacrifice, but sacrifice is not always obedience.
I don’t know who I quoted but I remember it impacting me. What does this quote mean to you?Discuss.