Father: So Be Sure To Live In The Branches From Your Word Root.

There are always branches of substance shooting out our way for us to live in, and we need to be sure to live in the branches from our Word root. If we live in branches that are not from the Word root in which we are standing on, then we will be living in branches of substance that can not produce that in which we hoped for. There are branches of substance that might give you what you need once even if the branches are not from your root; however, that branch will ultimately end up producing substance that is not meant to be the substance that you need to bring to pass that which you hoped for. This will leave you without the substance needed, and it will lead you away from the path of your substance. If you ever noticed the branches of a tree, they are all shooting out from that one tree that came from the same root. When you live in branches of substance not from your Word root, you will take yourself away from your cluster of branches in which you can have substance to live in. We have all seen in the natural how the growth of an occasional branch from another tree will extend into the cluster of branches of a nearby tree appearing to be from the same root. If we live in the substance from that extended branch, then we will take in substance that will not work; and it will be in short supply. We are able to keep the supply we need ongoing because our Word root will keep producing the substance of things hoped for in which we can live in. So Be Sure To Live In The Branches From Your Word Root.

So how do we make sure to live in the branches of substance from our Word root; and keep ourselves in position to receive all the substance in which we need to bring to pass that we hoped for? Well, I must tell you if you don’t already know: the Word is just a substance carrier, and it will carry all the substance we need for as long as we keep hope alive. Now we can see in the scripture why we can trust our Word root to be a carrier of the substance in which we need to bring to pass that we hoped for: Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” We can see here that faith cometh by the word of God: the word of God, our word root, is the substance carrier in which we can trust to carry all the substance that we need. One might say that the scripture says that it is faith, and not substance, that comes or is carried to us by the word of God. Then we only need another layer of scripture to clear that all up: Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” We can see here that faith is the substance of things of things hoped for: so since faith is the substance, then we can read Romans 10:17 with the word substance since that’s what faith is. Now read Romans 10:17, So then substance cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. So we can trust the word of God, our word root, to carry all the substance that we need as long as we keep hope alive. So Be Sure To Live In The Branches From Your Word Root.

There are so many indicators working to alert us when a branch of substance from our Word root is ready for us to live in it to bring to pass that which we hoped for. The alert, as indicated by Romans 10:17, is hearing: faith cometh by hearing. So when we hear substance that matches one of our indicators, then we know that it is time for you to move into, or live in that substance. Now that we know from Romans 10:17 that our alert is hearing, we can now find the indicators that we want to hear in Hebrews 11:1, Now FAITH is the SUBSTANCE of things HOPED for, good. Now when we receive the alert by hearing one of the indicators: faith, substance, and hope; we know to dress in it, move into it, or live in that branch of substance. Therefore, when I’m alerted by hearing anything shedding a light on my stated Word of Faith, I move to check it out; when I’m alerted by hearing something of Substance, having any natural or physical material that can be made to manifest the thing that I hope for, I move to check it out; and when I’m alerted by hearing something like and idea, remark, opportunity, chance or something touching the thing I Hoped for, I move to check it out. The alert of hearing, along with the indicators that all match what we hoped for, gives us a process to become skilled at in order to know when to move. Plus, if we are not hearing that which concerns our root Word of faith, any substances of our faith, or anything that touch that which we hoped for; then we don’t have time for any branches of substances not from our root Word anyway. And we will know when it’s time to walk in our branch of substance by our hearing: for by hearing we can walk by our faith, and not by our sight. So Be Sure To Live In The Branches From Your Word Root.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Process Through The End To Start Again.

When we first come to Jesus, we end as we are; and we start again in him, as we now dwell in the fulness of God. It’s like starting a great new job with all the benefits that you wanted; and furthermore, after your introductory to the company, you come to find out of more benefits, and possible career paths only known to those who come aboard to work for the company. You may have interviewed as you were with no insurance, and now you find yourself insured because you came aboard. The course that you were on has now come to an end in many ways, and you are now at the beginning of a new start to your future. It is not that you did not already have a future, for we all have some type of future as long as we are still living; however, because the past path that was once the path to the future has ended, our coming board to the new company has given us the opportunity to make our future different from our past. This is how it is when we come to Jesus. We come into a new start in which we will have the opportunity to make our future different from our past. When we come to Jesus there are many benefits beyond the main benefit of eternal life, and Jesus has made this truth very clear in scripture: John 10:10, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” And yeah, even in the natural the coming in many ways is similar to the spiritual: we come to work at the new company that we might have a better life, and that we might have it more abundantly. Process Through The End To Start Again.

Let’s look at what must happens after we have come to Jesus for the very first time, and we have secured our eternal life to have once Jesus returns for us. Since the future of this eternal life is on a time clock in which no one knows not, and this includes the one (Jesus) that made it all possible for us to have; we need to keep the new beginning that we started in Christ Jesus on the right path according to the Will of Father for our life. And let me put that scripture in here about Jesus not knowing the time of his return to earth for that great day: Mark 13:32, “But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.” I am aware that most of my readers are next level faith sons and daughters, and many of them know the scripture better than I do; however, just in case there are a few newbies to the body of Christ as there always are that made their way to this post, I want to be sure that they know what the scriptures says. Now, we all should know that the thief is going to come to us for sure after we have come to Jesus, and he would not be being who he is if he did not come to steal, to kill, and to destroy. We don’t agree with him that he has any power over us, but we will say that he does have the power over us in which we decide to give to him. When the day does come for him to attempt to get us to give him some power over us; and he happens to catch us at a time in which we come up short with our decision making according to the Will of God, he will look to stretch that short decision making by us into power over us. Then yes, afterwards, we do want to come clean with Jesus immediately by asking him for forgiveness; and of course the bearer of the seventy times seven Word of God is going to forgive us as we continue on with our name on the roll to make it to Heaven. Peter denied Jesus three times, and Jesus still kept his Word to make Peter the rock upon which to build his Church, so don’t get overly rocked about coming up short this time. Jesus has already taken all that we will ever do into consideration. We now have to go forth and process through the end to pull up all the wild weeds that will grow from the short comings of our decision in which we did plant. Yes we are forgiven, but that has nothing to do with the seed still growing in which we allowed the thief to get us to plant; therefore, be prepared to stand strong in confidence as you go through the process of pulling up the short comings weeds: the shortcomings will dress the thief coming with the power given to him from us to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. In the big scheme of things, after we bring the short comings to Jesus, it is just a technicality in which we must just process through. The short comings become wild weeds that grow back to us even after receiving forgiveness. They come to remind us to be aware of the thief at all times: we have to dress and keep our garden according to the Will of Father at all times. Process Through The End To Start Again.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Accolade In God, Unto Father.

We always talk about giving God the highest praise as we should; therefore, why not just make it a way of life? I believe that love is more about what one does than it is about what one says; and we can look at giving God the highest praise in the same manner. Yeah, it is good to talk about how great God is; however, it would be even better to show how great God is in our daily lives, right? I have been in some great praise and worship services where everyone was sincere in giving God their best praise and worship in the service; but what an extension it would be to walk right out of the “how great thou art service rehearsal” into the manifestation of things hoped for. Now that would be showing God the highest praise as we each take the Word of hope giving to us by God, and go accolade out in God as we move when he moves. Accolade In God, Unto Father.

So how would we go about giving God the highest praise in our lives in order to show the world how great he is: the world had no choice but to measure how great God is through the people that go around proclaiming his greatness. The way they see it is what’s the big deal to the greatness of our God if he leaves most of his people in lack; and they fail to understand that God is a freewill God. There are many people in the Body of Christ who have decided to use their freewill at the wrong time to accolade in something other than God. We all, including me, became so excited back when the word of the President of the United States came forth to receive the stimulus money; and we accoladed in how great it was in our daily lives. We took that money, at least most of the people took that money; and made it show the difference that it had on their lives. And why was it such an accolade in our lives for a short period of time? Well, it was such an accolade to our lives because everything that we did with it, we did it with joy as we called it out by its name on each account it helped of our own freewill. God wants us to call him out of our own freewill as we accolade in him with joy to bring to pass the things hoped for. We have left so much on the table that should have brought us joy with God as we called him out by name, but our accolade in God was diminished by our freewill to choose to not trust our great God with what he put on the table. When we go forth to show how great God art in our daily lives, we need to be sure to take our freewill to select the way in which we accolade in God. When the President sent us the stimulus checks, we did not leave them on the table because we knew with joy that they would bring to pass some things in which we hoped for. Everything that Father puts on our table will not be as obvious in its role as were the stimulus checks, but you have to pick with joy from the faith substances on the table, and then go accolade in your selection as you trust in Father to bring value to it. There are faith substance stimulus checks on your table, but you have to select the one that you believe in with joy of your own freewill to accolade in God. Do you want to know how to accolade in God? When we make a selection from the table provided by God with our faith substance, we show God that he is our joyful choice for victory as we proclaim, and trust in his name in victory above all names. Now that is how you “Accolade In God, Unto Father.”

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: We Don’t Want To Be Rude, But Father Rules.

The Apostles had began to take ownership of their responsibilities in Christ Jesus, as well as experience the people enough without Jesus to know their ways. They began to understand that coming at the people, and running a tight ship must be done; or it would be too late to get the ship back on course if they come to the people too loosely. The Apostles had to establish order quickly to deal with all of the needs of the people; and to keep all the different groups from feeling that they were not getting the attention given to another group. Now the Apostle Paul just went ahead and made the proclamation himself concerning how is speech may come off to be to others: 2 Corinthians 11:6, “But though I be rude in speech, yet not in knowledge; but we have been thoroughly made manifest among you in all things.” Now I don’t believe that the Apostle Paul was just rude to all of these new members of the Body of Christ. These immature and undeveloped newbies are helping to make up the new Church in which Christ Jesus had just established not so long back before his accession to Heaven. We all remember the flip side of the Apostle Paul’s coin, as being Saul of Tarsus; and he was known as “a Pharisee of Pharisees” who persecuted the followers of Jesus. It was this same natural way of Saul that ruled his speech, and relentless approach to his successful missions at that time; and it would be that same natural way of the now Paul that ruled his speech and relentless approach to his successful missions for Jesus at this time. I am sure that the intensity that Saul had on that side of the coin, only increased to another level once he was Paul, called by Jesus to be a great Apostle: the gifting and anointing placed on the Apostles gave them abilities on the Jesus side of the coin in which they could never know on the other side of the coin. I have always been a very organized, and orderly person on the other side of my coin; and I have also experienced a much greater level of organization, and order on the Jesus side of the coin from having been giving the gift of governments. I could not have known the level of this gifting on the other side of the all natural gifts and talent coin. We Don’t Want To Be Rude, But Father Rules.

One may ask what differentiates the two sides of the coin from each other when it comes to the natural gifts and talents that we have. If we read the performance report on Saul while on the other side of the coin, rude he may have been; nevertheless, the one thing that he was for sure on that side of the coin as he was on the Jesus side of the coin was good and great: Saul was good, and Paul was great at the job that they did on each side of the coin. Why? The natural side of the coin: Acts 9:1-2, “And Saul, yet breathing out threatenings and slaughter against the disciples of the Lord, went unto the high priest, And desired of him letters to Damascus to the synagogues, that if he found any of this way, whether they were men or women, he might bring them bound unto Jerusalem.” And now for the why on the spiritual side of the coin: Acts 9:15-16, 15 But the Lord said unto him, Go thy way: for he is a chosen vessel unto me, to bear my name before the Gentiles, and kings, and the children of Israel:16 For I will shew him how great things he must suffer for my name’s sake.” The Why Answer Is That Both Saul And Paul Were Anointed By The Proper Authority On Each Side Of The Coin: we can see in Acts 9:1-2 above in this same paragraph how Saul went unto the high priest for letters given him authority to Damascus to the synagogues; and we can also see in Acts 9:15-16 above in this same paragraph how Paul was visited by the King of Kings, Jesus, given him direction while sending him the Word given him authority to bear his name before the Gentiles, and Kings, and the children of Israel. We can see how both sides of the coin gave the authority for Saul and Paul to go do; and this is the confidence in which the same man would walk in on either side of the coin. When you are anointed with the authority from the top to go do what it is that the authority authorizes you to go do; then your walk and your talk may seem rude, or not as accommodating to others because you are there to be about the business. If you have no one else in which you have to get authorization from to go do, then you can be focused on getting the job done. I wonder at times if we are focused on getting the job done, and not worried about what others without power can possibly say. It even worked the same way for Jesus when he was here on earth, as he knew that he was sent with the anointing from the top; and he went forth to go do that in which the top authority had authorized him to go do. Luke 4:18-19, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised, 19 To preach the acceptable year of the Lord.” Now you have to ask yourself the question, what Word have you received with the anointing to go do, on the Jesus side of the coin? Oh great, that is so awesome; now go do it with your head held high. And by the way, walking and talking in confidence about what you have been anointed to do are not signs of rudeness; but they are signs that you are just convinced. We Don’t Want To Be Rude, But Father Rules.

The Father Still Is Pleased With Love To Do The Body Good!

Adopted son,

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Father: Father Does Not Assume, So Always Make All The Rounds.

We see it happen in sports all the time where the more dominant team on paper will take the less dominant team on paper for granted, and not always make make all the rounds as they would for a team considered more equal to them on paper. The more dominant team on paper still needs to bring the same high level of intensity through out the week of practice, and on game day. Each player still needs to always run all the plays at 100% during practice so that it will carry over to game day. How would you feel if you knew that your security guard was not always making all the rounds? The security guard can not afford to conclude that the area is always safe just because of its location, and that the statistics show this location to be the one less likely to be chosen by an intruder to make entry? No, the security guard needs to not assume the area to be safe, but to always make all the rounds to ensure that the area is safe. When I was still in corporate sales, and this applies to all sales including retail: we never wanted to assume anything concerning the customer. In sales you would always make all the rounds by making sure to ask all the questions in which you were about to assume. If the effort is not always there to go all out on every play, or to conclude not to always make the rounds to all locations, or if it is easier to fill in the blanks to avoid asking the question; then we will not be able to expect the best results since we did not give the best faith to reap the best results. Father Does Not Assume, So Always Make All The Rounds.

When we are dealing in a faith operation with God, even unto Father, we never know what needs to happen; therefore, we never want to let an assumption make us miss any of our rounds. We also have to be careful with the assumption because it can dress for less success. The assumption doesn’t decide how to dress, for that will be determined by us. We need to come ready to always make all the rounds by controlling how we dress: we only want to dress in the faith substance that comes so that we will know to move when God moves. We do not want to dress in complacency; and we do not want to dress in laziness; and we do not want to dress in fear; and we do not want to dress in doubt; and we do not want to dress in doing nothing; therefore, we must be able to know the moment to move when he moves. God said to Abraham, now I know; and you and I must be able to say now I know in order to make all the rounds. Why was God able to say now I know to Abraham? Well, God saw the faith substance to the thing he hoped for coming to pass: God saw his Word to Abraham, “sacrifice Isaac,” being made to manifest, or being made evidence. I am sure to make all the rounds because I know to move when God moves; and I know he is moving when I see the faith substance of his Word to me being made to manifest, or being made evidence. I don’t have to guess, nor do I have to assume; but I do have to join up with the faith substance in order to know. Move when God moves, for Father Does Not Assume, So Always Make All The Rounds.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Whatever It Is, You Trust God Unto Father.

Whenever we make the decision to move forward in our faith, we do not move forward because of the people that we know, nor because of what we see. No, we make a decision to move forward in a faith operation solely because we just trust God period. If we are taking other things into consideration beyond God to make a decision to move forward, then we have given the enemy the loophole necessary for him to get around dealing with God who’s there on our behalf. We should look at all things, or all substances that have come concerning the bringing to pass of the thing that we hope for; however, we consider all those things or faith substances in order to follow the one in which we believe. We do not trust in the thing or faith substance in which we believe or select to get it done; but we do select the substance in which we believe in so that we can stand trusting in God until the length of time needed to bring things to pass as ended. Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” We need faith substance or natural things to manifest the things hoped for to bring the evidenced hoped for to being seen. Once we get the faith substance that matches the things hoped for, we then select the ones in which we believe in to get the job done: we do not trust in the faith substance or the substance of the things in which we believe, for our trust will be in God unto Father. For example, when the faith operation to feed the five thousand was sent forth as the Word, Jesus and the Apostles now know the Will of Father. Now neither the Will nor the Word tells Jesus or the Apostles how to feed the five thousands, because this is how the processing of our faith begins. We will not be told what our faith is for we must find that for ourselves, or we want be able to please God in the operation: Hebrews 11:6, “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.” So now that Jesus and the Apostles have the Will and the Word of God to feed the five thousand, they must now come to God believing as they diligently seek him as to how they should feed the five thousand. Whatever It Is, You Trust God Unto Father.

Now lets use the feeding of the five thousand as an example for us to follow as we also move forward in our own faith operations. Since the Will nor the Word tells them how to feed the five thousand, how do they know how to walk in the faith of feeding the five thousand? Now that is a great question, thank you. Since we know according to Hebrews 11:1 stated in the above paragraph that faith is the substance of things hoped for, we need to know how to get the faith substance of things hoped for in which to believe, to process our faith. Well, let’s go back to the scripture concerning the coming of the faith substance: Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” So since we know from the scripture in Hebrews 11:1 that faith is the substance of things hoped for; therefore, we can rightly read Romans 10:17 to say, “So then the substance of things hoped for cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. And with Jesus being the Head, and the skilled one in his bunch of Apostles, Jesus knows to just listen to hear the substance that comes by the word of God. Oh yeah, we have to be skilled along with having faith, and just know that once the word has come, to start looking to hear the specific faith substances options that spring forth. So what does Jesus hear; and keep in mind, the others hear the faith substances options also, but at this time they are not yet skilled to that level to have a clue. We can name a few of the faith substance options currently going on in one of our own faith operations as we process through the faith operation of feeding the five thousand. The skilled Jesus, and the skilled you, now know that since the Word has come; therefore, the faith substances options to feed the five thousand are there also for the hearing for them to process. The faith options are, and write yours down or at least say them out loud along as we do this operation: (1) send them home to eat, (2) don’t do anything, (3) take what we have in the treasure into town to buy food, (4) see what is available here to eat, (5) and a few others, but you see the point. When the Word comes, there will come to the faith, or the substance options of things hoped for to bring the hope to pass. Jesus, according to scripture, already knew which one that he would do; but he wanted and really needed to know what they would do. Whatever It Is, You Trust God Unto Father.

I just love this one scripture already stated in the top paragraph; but it is such a great map to follow when we are in a faith operation to bring to pass the things, the will, the desires of our heart hoped for; and it bears repeating here again as we close out this post. Hebrews 11:6, “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.” In the way that we do in our faith operation, Jesus with the fulness of God, followed the process to leave the model for us to follow. Once we have the Will by the Word, we don’t have to worry about whether or not we have the needed faith to please God, but we do have to come to him with faith in which we believe. The faith substances options that we hear that comes once we have the Word seem to cover a range of gifting and beliefs: we have to move into the faith options in which we believe that we can trust God to bring to pass. Jesus chose to see what was available, two fish and five loaves; and that is the option in which he would come to God trusting that Father would reward him. The Apostles would have made other selections in which they believe, but none of those options would have taking care of the need to feed 5,000. And it was not the things or the faith substance of the two fish and five loaves in which Jesus trusted; but it was the Father who had given to dwell in Jesus, the head, the fulness of the Godhead. The Apostles would have selected another option at that time in which they believed; and without Jesus, their fold return would have not been the same. The Father will not put more on us than we can bear; therefore, it is hard to say what their Word to do according to the Will of God for them, would have been sent forth. We have to learn how to hold a Word sent forth in order to get it right; and that is why you will hear me say trust God unto Father. We never start a faith operation at Father, we will start a faith operation at the Word; and then we will process it unto Father. When the Will of God is first known to us by his Word, the faith operation for us begins; and it is the processing of the Word through the Godhead that allows us to handle our measure of it in God along the way. Then Father will be awaiting the intended manifestation or purpose of his Word, to show his Will. Isaiah 55:11, “So shall my word be that goeth forth out of my mouth: it shall not return unto me void, but it shall accomplish that which I please, and it shall prosper in the thing whereto I sent it. We just need to flow with the process, and let it lead us to what is next. The key thing for us is to select faith options in which we believe; and this will allow us to keep the trust needed to succeed. If we select a faith option in which we don’t believe, then we will lack the trust in God because we lack the belief in the faith option chosen; and we don’t want to be broken by the baby. Hey, if you don’t feel good about your faith options presented, then produce the fruit of the Spirit for a while, and look to hear the next round of options to come: no pressure, just trust, God got plenty options! Whatever It Is, You Trust God Unto Father.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Take Our Hope From The Dock Out Into The Faith Substance Current.

Many of us are sitting on a hope mine, and it is growing bigger day by day. There are many things in which we hope for, and we are still waiting to see them come to pass. I know that in the Bible there are quite a few instances where people died without ever seeing any of their hope mine come to pass; however, today is not that day. We will have some hope that may not come to pass, but it should at least be in the process getting closer to coming to pass as long as we are living, believing, and with faith. We now know the answer to Jesus question concerning being a faithless generation to bring to pass whatever the thing is that we hoped for: Matthew 17:16-17, “And I brought him to thy disciples, and they could not cure him. 17 Then Jesus answered and said, O faithless and perverse generation, how long shall I be with you? how long shall I suffer you? bring him hither to me.” Even in verse 16 stated here, we can see some of the faith mine in which the disciples had begin to grow by not being able to cure the man’s son; nonetheless, the day of Pentecost would be arriving at the appointed time to bring an end to the faithless generation: and once the Apostles, especially Peter, received the promise of power, he was off and running with big time diminishing of his hope mine. Yes, the day of the faithless generation is no longer a day in which we have to endure. We the members of the body of Christ all have access to the power of God to where we no longer have to sit and watch unto death our hope mines just grow and grow without being able to have what we hope for. Now that the Holy Ghost had fallen, we have the power faith to bring to pass the Word of hope, and have it manifest for our use now. Take Our Hope From The Dock Out Into The Faith Substance Current.

There is one thing for us to do now that we have the faith power to believe without doubt in order to bring to pass that which we hope for. We need to not act as though we are still faithless, or without the power to do, for we now are endued with the power that we need to walk in the Word. We need to take our hope from sitting on the dock waiting to come to pass, and put it out into the faith substance current where we can work with the Holy Ghost to bring our hope to pass. The Apostle Paul lets us know that we must work our faith to know that our faith is at work: James 2:18, “Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.” We have to take our faith out from the dock, and put it to work with the current of the faith substances. It is our faith that gets our hope started to be processed into the thing we hoped because we put it out there. If we don’t put our hope out there, it becomes the same as not having the power to do what we hope for; and we do now have the power to do what we hope for. I was reading the definition of an ocean current as stated by Wikipedia, and I realized that if I replaced “ocean current” with “faith substance current,” that the definition would be a fit for “faith substance current.” Here is the definition of an ocean current: it is a continuous, directed movement of sea water generated by a number of forces acting upon the water, including wind, the Coriolis effect, breaking waves, cabbeling, and temperature and salinity differences. Now lets use the same definition with name changes to describe faith substance current: it is a continuous, directed movement of faith substance generated by a number of forces acting upon the substance, including emotions, the will effect, breaking thoughts, power faith, and spirit and truth levels to bear. When we put our hope out to the faith substance current, we have to know that a direct movement of faith substances will continue to come by the Word as long as we keep our hope alive. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, so as long as we keep our hope alive, the Word that we are standing on will continue to generate the substances to come our way to bring to pass the things hope for. Now that we are no longer a faithless generation, we have the power to do what we need to do; therefore, let’s go do what we need to do: Take Our Hope From The Dock Out Into The Faith Substance Current.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Don’t Have Father Come Up Empty On Us.

There Is Another thing along with time in which we can not stop, and that thing would be the changing of the season. It is the reason, can’t be stopped, as to why they work together so good. Whenever we come to the end of the season that we are in, we can bet that time has run out for it. The next season in its newly started time will just change on us whether we are ready for it or not. Then if we look at in the reverse, when time runs out, we will hear the bell signaling that we have run out of time; therefore, we have run out of that season: whatever we are doing is stopped now for they work together. In a boxing match, when the end of the round runs out of time, you can be throwing the best flurry of punches that the world has ever witness, but when time runs out on that round, the referee will step in to make sure that the flurry, or season runs out also: the season of that round is over, stop it. Now here lies the key to getting the most of what we can out of our time and season from a spiritual perspective: one will run out on us while the other will stops as it changes on us as they work together. We have to learn to decide how to get the most out of the time that we have while in the season before the time runs out on the season or runs out on what we are doing. The great Sugar Ray Leonard was one of the best if not the best ever to take advantage of that concept. In boxing as you know, the boxer knows how much time is left in the three minute season of each round during the round. Sugar Ray, especially in close fights, would at the end of the round, say 30 seconds or so left, just throw a flurry of connecting punches to the other fighter to get the most of what he could from that season before it is stopped by time. If the round was even up to that point, and the last thing that the judges saw was a flurry of connecting blows landing on the other fighter; well, by way of how that round ended, it will not be scored even. We need to learn how to make sure that we don’t let our season end being scored even: we do not want to end a season the way in which we began it. Don’t Have Father Come Up Empty On Us.

The times and seasons work so closely together to where even the Father teamed up the two together with security clearance to know what they carry to be under his own power only: Acts 1:7, And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power.” We know that Jesus was given the fulness of God, and it pleased the Father to do it; however, no one other than Father knows every thing. Mark 13:31-32, “Heaven and earth shall pass away: but my words shall not pass away. 32 But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.” This is why we have to process through the Godhead members properly, and make it to the Godhead member Father because only he has what we need when it comes to our times and seasons. Leaving the Father empty at the coming of our time and season is not something that we can do regularly, and become all that the Father has intended us to become. The process of fulfilling the fulness of God through the Godhead members was given to us by Father; and Father authorized or anointed us to dwell in his fulness for our benefit. Colossians 2:9, “For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.” Those of us (the Church in bodily form) in Christ, we are where the fulness dwells by being in Jesus once we accepted Jesus by faith; however, to dwell in the fulness of God, we have to process to it through the Godhead. We can not get around processing unto our times and seasons through the Godhead because processing through the Godhead members is the way it works for the body of Christ. Now Jesus on the other hand, he is the head of the body (the Church), he has the fulness of God without the Godhead parameters: Colossians 1:18-19, “ And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence. 19 For it pleased the Father that in him (Jesus the head) should all fulness dwell. We do not want to lose out on learning how to make sure we get the most out of our times and seasons as we process through the Godhead members unto our times and seasons that Father has put in his own power. If we are not in the place or season when time runs out, then we will run the risk of having Father come up empty because we didn’t learn how to work with the two, times and seasons, to be there where we needed to be in order to meet Father. So let’s make sure we learn how to get out of seasons where we are stuck in which time has run out, and just end them in order to move on into the new seasons. The big difference between time and seasons in which we can stop neither is that time will run out on you; but seasons will change on you. In the natural, the summer season has ended, but it also gradually changed enough while in season to make way for the fall season: when the summer season’s time had ended, the two (time and season) work together to make way for the fall. The seasons don’t really ever stop; however, they stop enough to make way for the coming change of the next season. Many members of the Church must learn how to not stop or be stuck, but how to gradually work together with the time and season in our life to make way for the coming change of our next season. Many of us may not be stuck out of season or have missed our season; however, it maybe that we just have not gradually worked with the time and season to recognize the change of the next season that is right in front of us. So step on into that season for the Father is there for us to step now. Don’t Have Father Come Up Empty On Us.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Doing Right In That Which Is Wrong, Call It A Day.

It would be a show to all that we have learned our lesson, if replacing trial and sentencing for the crime committed with paying it backwards as a part of the legal system. However, it would never work because you can not do wrong, and then for the next twenty years just live as a model citizen to pay it backwards on your own accord. No, you have to come face your crime according to the law, and let a trial of your peers with the appropriate sentencing be rendered to you: now you can start to pay it backward for those you hurt so that they know it was you that did it. In the same manner as there are some serious crimes that have no statute of limitations in most states, there are some serious acts against God that also have no statute of limitations in the kingdom of God. In the world system you may have somehow gotten away with committing a murder for a number of years, but when you are eventually captured, there is no credit given to you for being such a great neighbor next door for all of those number of years you were able to avoid capture. In the kingdom of God, you may have gotten away with committing a sin by living your life forward; however, when the time comes to be before God, there will be no more getting away with it. We may have dressed the sin all up to make it appear all holy, but it still is, what it is, no matter how long you get to live in it. Doing Right In That Which Is Wrong, Call It A Day.

In the world system, we have to serve out our time to fulfill our debt to society; and although the criminal may show sincere regret for what was done, time to serve must be done away from the freedoms of society. Those of us who are of the kingdom of God as we are living here on earth, we don’t usually fulfill our debt for sin to the kingdom just yet; for that day of judgement is coming. And although the sin committed is of no doubt to many who gather regularly with the one who did commit the sin; unlike in the world system, time to serve may not commence for quite some years or decades. If the sin committed is of the chronic nature, that is, it will continue to prevail until that day of judgement comes unless the act it self is undone; thereby, the one who did commit the sin is likely to live on in it amongst all while enjoying the freedoms of the act. When a convicted criminal goes off to jail, the life of the criminal may come to a stop in a manner of speaking; however, family, friends and neighbors lives will develop on to which most of their development the criminal will miss ongoing. Now to the one who did commit the sin against the kingdom of God, that one will for the immediate future go off to no confinement, and the life of the one who did commit the sin will go on as it is known along with family, friends, and neighbors with lives continuing to develop. The difference between the two is that the criminal in confinement already knows ongoingly along with his family, friends, and neighbors that they are all already missing out on each others’ lives. However, the one who did commit the sin that still prevails over family, friends, and neighbors because the act itself remains undone; the one who did commit the sin does not already know the depth of the fall in which all are being set up to endure without notice. We of the kingdom of God, specifically the members of the Body of Christ, we must not misuse or take for granted the leniency of our Heavenly Father. No one will becoming from the Kingdom of God to arrest us yet; however, one day when it’s too late we may wish that someone had come to arrest us back to order. Now go and undo that which still prevails over your life, and know what you need to know ongoing. Doing Right In That Which Is Wrong, Call It A Day.

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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Father: Fear Or So Loved For Father, Which One Made Us Do It?

So if Father gives up his only begotten Son, it is because he so loved the world; however, if Abraham gives up his only begotten son according to the Will of God, it is because he fearest God.  Therefore, we have “so loved,” and we have “fearest,” for which one made us do it is the question?  Let’s look at the two scriptures to see how we might find ourselves processing between the two bookends, in order to know which one made us do it.  First scripture is John 3:16, “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” Now if we are to find ourselves processing between the two bookends, we have to know how the processing goes for each bookend, so let’s start with the “so loved” bookend here in this scripture.  When we look at both bookends, each one will tell us right off which direction to go in if we are to arrive at it.  Here, the “so loved” bookend comes to us in its past tense form; therefore, we know that a lot of pre-past tense action has already gone forth ahead of the bookend’s coming to its “so loved” conclusion.  So what has happened or went forth already for the conclusion to be drawn that God has now so loved the world?  Well,  if we change the bookend from past tense to its present tense as it was being processed; then, we will find out that in its present tense form that there was a whole lot of love going on before arriving at the bookend “so loved.” It is easy to know this because the past tense can only come from what it was doing in its present tense; therefore, if so loved is the past tense, then there was so love or much love going on before it.  There is plenty of scripture evidence in the Bible from the beginning of creation up through the law unto the realized decision of John 3:16 to give up Jesus to save us.  God showed the world his love over and over and over through many things to include the Garden of Eden, Noah’s Ark, Patriarchs, Judges, Kings, Prophets, up to the law, and all the many other attempts in between by God to love the world.  These things were all done to no avail, and led to the realization of the decision of John 3:16.  This was no guess work as it would have been with man.  God did and does know all, and he knew that he had so loved the world by doing all that could be done, and it did not work: man alone was not going to be able to step up to the righteousness of God.  There was but one final way for him to give to the world that which he wanted to give it: John 3:16 was realized.  There is a saying that is true on earth and it is true in Heaven:  if you want something done right or if you want something done the way that you want it done, then go do it yourself.  If we are giving all that we can give with the ongoing faith substances which are being given to us, then it is time for us to give to God that one solution that means a lot to us in order to get it done. There will be one solution near and dear to us in which we did not see being put on the table, or expect to have to put on the table to give; and once we give it to the cause, then we have processed to the “so love” bookend, and Father will take it from here.  Father once had me to put on the table not to go to my natural father at the time of his Bypass Surgery. Well, my natural father was the one in which I had loved more than any other, and not being at his surgery open the door for his replacement: our Heavenly Father. The Heavenly Father is the jealous member of the Godhead; therefore, we want to be sure to keep people in their right order, or Father will help us with that order as I found out. My natural father’s surgery was successful, as was now the order of people in my life next to the Heavenly Father as was his intentions. I gave up my natural father because I really did so loved my Heavenly Father as much as I known how to; and this was the first time that something to give up the order of my natural father had ever been put on the table. Fear, Or So Loved For Father, Which One Made Us Do It? 

Now how about the direction of the other bookend, the “fearest” bookend; and how do we know if we are starting in that direction? Let’s read again how Abraham was given the label that he “fearest” God, which made him do it: offer his only begotten son up for sacrifice. Second scripture is Genesis 22:12, “And he said, Lay not thine hand upon the lad, neither do thou any thing unto him: for now I know that thou fearest God, seeing thou hast not withheld thy son, thine only son from me.” Wow, that is something to be willing to do, whether by “fearest” or by “so loved.” Well, I’m glad that I don’t even have to imagine doing that as being my act of either one, “fearest” or “so loved;” howbeit, not being there for my father’s Bypass surgery at that time did cause, and did cost some family pain stuff; as well as taking a part of my father’s heart away from me. Anyway, why would Abraham go to the opposite bookend of God for basically the same action of given his son up to death also? I know that Jesus actually did die, but Abraham was about to sacrifice Isaac if God hadn’t stepped in to stop him; therefore, up to the point of his stopping Abraham, both (f)Fathers were on their way to given each son to death at their parallel stages of the process. So in order to see what gives, we need to make a distinction between the Heavenly Father, and Abraham the father of faith. first of all, Father is not a man that he should lie: Numbers 23:19, “God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good? The question becomes, why does man usually lie? Right, for fear of having to pay the consequences, disappointing someone, failure, and on and on; however, the bottom line of any of the many reasons can be wrapped up in one word: retribution. Every thing from a little white lie as we call it all the way up to treason, man will lie for fear of what he may lose or have taken away from him. This is the reason that Father would go in the direction of the “so loved” bookend, and not in the direction of the “fearest” bookend. Since Father is not a man that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: then he has no one above him to repent or to give answer, along with not having the capacity to lie; therefore, there is no fearest bookend for Father to go toward, as fear could not breach his presence, nor have power to motivate him in anyway. He is God, and there is none other to fearest. Fear Or So Loved For Father, Which One Made Us Do It?

So why couldn’t Abraham just fear God, as oppose to him having to fearest God? Well, here is one of the few things that we can do in which God can not do: we can both “so love,” and “fearest,” while God will only “so love” out of those two options. We wouldn’t want to go around Heavenly places making brag about it; as we would soon find out that the joke is on us. We, like Abraham, will find that we have our degree of fear marked to where we are with God in the fear factor. In this time and season, Abraham has been through much with God, and we can see that he has processed to a high degree in his fear factor since his son is involved. Where are we, individually, when it comes to fearing God: I am sure that we have also processed from fear, to greater fear, and some to the greatest fear level. Since this act from Abraham does include the possible lost of Isaac, I can see this level being labeled the one he fearest the most. This will tell God that he has processed fully, for there should be nothing else out there in which he can be more motivated than by the possible lost of his only son. We need to know that God will come to see if we are moved more by what he could possibly take from us, or are we more moved by that which is near and dear to us? When dealing with the bookends concerning Father, we have to know that it is not really about losing what is near and dear to us; but it is about us gaining more capacity in God to gain more. It is true that Father does love us; however, it is also true that we give more when we have fear. If we develop our relationship with Father to where we can trust his love to always do what’s best for us, then we will use the fear of God to transport us to levels of love that sits atop the fear. I thought back to when I was in middle school, and how we would have to deal with a bully from time to time. Now if my father had said, “son I love you so much, and I will always be here for you if you need me.” Yeah, I would have lost my lunch money on most days. However, this is what my father did say, “son if you come home and someone beat you up, I am going to beat you up.” Yeah, I never did lose my lunch money on any day after my father put that fear in the equation. You see, (f)Father knows best, and my (f)Father knew that I fearest him to not lose my lunch money to a bully. Hey, Spiritually speaking, there are things we fear that we must get beyond to have all that Father has instore for us. We will need to allow the love that he has given to us power our fear of him to a level necessary to overcome the fear that’s in our way. When we run into something that we fear, look at it, and then look at Father, now go forward in the fear of the one who has loved you the best. When I saw the bully, I saw my father’s words made flesh; and I moved in the one who has loved me the best. Fear Or So Loved For Father, Which One Made Us Do It?

The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.

Adopted son,

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