For you are a king, Lemuel, and it’s never fitting for a king to be drunk on wine or for rulers to crave alcohol. (Proverbs 31:4 TPT)
Everybody may be free to be drunk, but not the king. Everybody may be allowed to indulge in wine, but not royalty.
There are certain things that may be acceptable to all, but a taboo for the woman in Christ. Not because she is under a seige but because she has a great destiny that must not be seized!
Listen Ladies, carriers of great destinies are carriers of boundaries and righteous limitations.
And it’s called consecration!
Apostle Paul said, “all things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not.” (1 Corinthians 10:23).
It’s not everything you can do Ladies, it’s not everywhere you can go, it’s not every dress you can wear, it’s not every music you can listen and dance to, it’s not every slang you can throw around.
There are three things that places a demand on man for consecration; your identity, your position and your occupation.
These three are the indices that make for greatness in life.
Know who you are in Christ, understand the position you occupy, and know the role you have been called to play in life.
You are a royal priesthood, a holy nation, a kingdom ambassador.
And the more consecrated you are to GOD, the greater the purpose and assignment you will be privileged to accomplish for HIM.