Esther 2:5 “Now in Shushan the palace there was a certain Jew, whose name was Mordecai, the son of Jair, the son of Shimei, the son of Kish, a Benjamite;”
David had already been anointed king but was not yet introduced into the palace. He was not even asked to come in directly, the message was sent to his father. Jesse received the message and did the needful.
He knew what to arrange and organize for the grand appearance of his son at the place of fulfilment. When David got to the palace after following the required protocol he was accepted.
1Samuel 16:21 “And David came to Saul, and stood before him: and he loved him greatly; and he became his armourbearer.”
1Samuel 16:22 “And Saul sent to Jesse, saying Let David, I pray thee, stand before me; for he hath found favour in my sight.”
The reason why many people are yet to arrive at their place of fulfilment is because they don’t have a father who can give them the protocol. David was anointed, smart and intelligent yet the right order had to be put in place before his manifestation.
There is no protégé without a mentor. Moses mentored Joshua, Eli fathered Samuel. There was the Elijah and Elisha combination, David and Solomon as well.
Jesus the Son of God was also introduced by another man called John the Baptist. Fathering is the order of God. If God didn’t want us to operate by this principle he would have probably created all of us equal and on the same day. But in His infinite wisdom, he created us generation by generation.
Psalms 145:4 “Generation after generation stands in awe of your work…”(MSG)
Placing yourself under mentoring is a deliberate act, you must ask God to divinely guide you along this path. Any man can impregnate a woman but it is not every man that can father a child to destiny.
There are many people whose promising destinies were cut short either because they are in the hands of a wrong father or a man who doesn’t understand the protocol of their calling. May that not be your portion in Jesus name.
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