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Orderliness and Disorderliness

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Orderliness refers to the fact of having a regular, proper, and systematic arrangement. It is the quality of being in a good order. Orderliness is being in an ordered manner. An orderly thing can be by virtue of being methodical and well organized. God likes and cherishes orderliness and doing things orderly. The Word of God says, “Let all things be done decently and in order” (1 Cor. 14:40). In manner, behaviour, and actions, orderliness has to do with obedience to the Word of God. Disobedience is disorderliness. When God sent King Saul on a mission to annihilate the Amalekites and their livestock, he obeyed; but his obedience was partial obedience, which God counted as disobedience. And his story is a pathetic story, because he might have done what he did with good intentions. But what is good in disobeying God’s Word, Command, and Instructions? He was disorderly and disobedient before the Almighty. There should be orderliness in the church, in the family, in the society, etc.

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