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119:Sincerity is no substitute for obedience

About this episode:

A conversation circled around the consequences of disobedience.

On this episode of the Blessed and Bossed Up podcast, Tatum shares her studies on the story of Moses and why he didn’t get to enter the promised land. Tatum talks about the importance of following God’s exact instructions with out tainting it with our intentions to do right by God or the opinions of others. She dives into the dangers of comparison and pride. All while sealing this thought provoking episode with keys to staying on track with everything God needs you to do.





Reference Scripture: Numbers 20: 1-13 NLT


Time Stamps:

32:11:Tatum talks about not getting caught up in the opinions of people .

35:46: Tatum Talks about not getting caught up in the “results” or “fame”.

36:07: Tatum Talks about the nature of God and why it is important to to be obedient.

41:21: The importance of seeking God for what he wants out of you instead of playing the comparison game.

43:43: Your intentions to do well is no substitute for obedience and no excuse for disobedience.

48:24: Tatum talks about being aware of pride.

49:20: Tatum Talks about not getting comfortable in her walk with Christ and not losing the fear of God.

52:12: Tatum talks about God being a compassionate father.

54:45: Tatum talks about the importance of continuing your assignment of God even when you fall short of God’s glory.


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Bossed Up Takeaways

  1. Do not get caught up in the opinions and actions of people . Only concern yourself with what God wants from you.

  2. Consistently seek God for instructions.

  3. It doesn’t matter if you did everything God told you to do if you left out something.

  4. Create a lifestyle of doing what God wants you to do.

  5. Never let pride into your heart.

  6. Don't take sin lightly that you fall into it.