Consecration is something between us and the Lord – as we are drawn by Him and attracted to Him we just pour out everything we have on Him. The woman who poured out all she had on the Lord was not very appreciated even by the Lord’s disciples who were indignant, Why This Waste? But this is the story of the gospel – God loves us so that He gave all He had most precious for us, and we love the Lord back being moved by His love and “wasting ourselves on Him”. When we preach the gospel, we preach both that God loves us and that we love Him back.
Hallelujah, God became a man to embrace us for our salvation so that we sinners might cling to Him in our consecration (the meaning of Habakuk). It is our priviledge and our opportunity to be grasped today, while He is still on His way to return, that we would consecrate ourselves to Him. We can consecrate our spirit to the Lord to contact Him and receive Him. We can consecrate our soul to the Lord to enjoy the Lord and express Him. We can consecrate our body to glorify Christ and magnify Him! We can consecrate our whole tripartite being to Christ for His glory! Read more on this topic via,