Many are called but few are chosen. The chosen are the anointed.
The call of God is without repentance.
The anointing however can be lost.
You should ask Samson and Saul.
Don’t get it twisted. Some people believe that since they still go by the name ‘Teacher’, ‘Pastor’ or ‘Bishop ‘ they are untouchable.
Once you dip your hand in sin and it is no longer clean, you are liable to attack. You are only covered as long as your heart is pure.
Samson was untouchable for any enemy as long as he had not lost the anointing. Do you know that despite the fact that he had broken the covenant God entered with him not to touch any dead thing (when he ate honey from a dead lion), he still went around with his head high. He was still unconquerable up until the time the anointing left him with his shaved hair.
You need to go further from the place of just being called. There are a multitude of the called. Move to the realm of the anointed.
Every child of God has access to the anointing through the Holy Spirit.
See what the Scriptures say for yourself:
“ Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” (Psalms 105:15 KJV)
Anointing makes the difference. And this anointing can only be maintained through obedience to God.
Set yourself apart unto the Lord and see for yourself the benefits of doing so.
~ OMOSEBI Mary Omolola
2 thoughts to “The Called Versus the Anointed”
Wow.. Powerful one sis.. More reason why its not touch not my called but touch not my anointed.. We really need that seal of God of which the anointing is to function in the realm of complete /total Dominion. If not the Devil can still flog you and cheat you of your rights despite the fact that you have been called. We need to ask for anointing to function in the place of our calling cos the two work side by side. 100% together.