Are you called to consecration?

Are you willing to consecrate yourself to the Lord? What does it mean to consecrate: “To make or declare (something, typically a church) sacred; dedicate formally to a religious or divine purpose”. Not many are willing to do this. To consecrate yourself is to formally set yourself apart for the work of God and His work only. The consecrated enjoy a greater intimacy with Most High as a result of their consecration.
Consecration is not something one takes lightly. It’s not a vow to make rashly (Ecclesiastes 5:5-6; Proverbs 20:25) because it comes with great sacrifice [and greater reward]. The consecrated must be sincere in heart and devoted in Spirit because one cannot consecrate himself and return to the things that defiled him; this is an abomination to the Lord and He will not be pleased (2 Peter 2:20-21).
Some of us have been called to consecration. If you are called. You have been gifted with all you need to answer the call (Hebrew 13:21; Philippians 2:13; 2 Timothy 3:17). Praise God for His loving and patient hand. He will prepare those He has called to be consecrated unto Him; and when the time is ready, they who have been called will be holy in His sight (Ephesians 1:4; Leviticus 20:7; Colossians 1:22; 2 Timothy 2:21).
This is why King David still asks, “Now [this moment], who is willing to consecrate himself today [right now] to the Lord [God YHWH]?” 1 Chronicles 29:5
No need to fret. If you are called to consecration, God will make it plain and make it so. All you need to have is a willing Spirit and willingness to trust Him.
I AM SAYS TO THOSE HE HAS CALLED: Be at peace little one, for I AM has consecrated you to holiness. It has already been done. 

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