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the inspiration behind "undomesticated"

Watch the video HERE.

Domesticated: 1) adapted over time from a wild or natural state to life in close association with and to the benefit of humans; 2) brought to the level of ordinary people


Too many of us have allowed ourselves to live ordinary lives because we have subjected ourselves to the limitations, traditions, expectations, opinions, fears, and pleasure of others instead of submitting ourselves to the will and desires of the Lord. God did not design us to be anyone's pet or to settle in the land of "this is all you can do and no more." It's not to be about pleasing others. It's about pleasing HIM! He wants to rip off the doors of the cages that others have put us in (or that we've put ourselves in) so that we can be FREE to be and do all that He has called us to. He is calling us to stop meowing and ROAR. He wants us to be UNDOMESTICATED. Will you answer the call?


Being free according to biblical standards doesn't mean we lack self-control. It means that we are unhindered in our pursuit of God and His will at the expense of everything else. Being undomesticated means being submitted to the Spirit of Christ in order to multiply at an accelerated pace. There's a powerful shift that takes place when you realize it all originates in Him and with Him. We've just got to be diligent in seeking Him and mining for all that gold.


"Obviously, I’m not trying to win the approval of people, but of God. If pleasing people were my goal, I would not be Christ’s servant." (Galatians 1:10 NLT)

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