Walking In The Fullness of God Phase 3: It’s Fathertime.

Happy New Year to each, and every one of you out there in Father’s omnipresence! We’ve  been away from you a couple of weeks, but father-time is always with you.  Speaking of Father-time, we will offer to you the final phase of walking in the fullness of God starting with this posting.  We offered to you both phases 1 & 2 before the Christmas season break: the word from God which is always initiated by us, the adopted sons of God; and the power of God which is with us, and within our spirit in the person of the Holy Ghost.  Now phase 3 as declared by Jesus, “my Father who is greater than I”: It’s Father-time.  Father desires that you replace your will with His will: He wants that place in your soul of your own free will.

We’ve shown in previous posts how to merge the first two-phases of the Godhead together as one by applying unmeasured faith.  Remember that God is one unified God, but in order that we might be saved, and then walk in his power in bodily form, God sent His full self to us in the format of the Godhead.  It is so important that you go back, and read the previous posts if this is the first post of mine that you are reading on the subject matter of the fullness of the Godhead.  It is so much clarity that you will be missing out on at this point of the offering.

Now that we know how to merge, and unify the word of God with the Power of God in bodily form, we look toward heaven to see what Father has on the menu for this moment: we look to Father to see what is next.  The reason I call it Father-time is because He controls the times and seasons of the activities in all creation.  He is the one  that has decided on when anything, and everything will go down.  This is why you always  see Jesus before completing His work looking toward heaven to the Father as an example to us so that we will know to look to the Father in all things.  Everything with God is about order.  He expects from us the same love, and respect that Jesus gave to Him at every turn in life.  To operate effectively with Father in the phase 3 part of the process is only to know that it is he that is God, and not we.  Father time starts when all three of us (word of God, power of God, adopted son of God) stop, and look toward Him as to say, what say you Father: it’s yours to call.

When Jesus was ready to feed the multitude with the two fish and five loaves, he first looked up to heaven: this action ushers in the transition from phase 1 & 2  into Father-time (phase 3) for that specific walk.   Everything that was in motion came to a stop to see what Father would decree.  The word of God to feed the multitude had been unified with the power of God by the unmeasured faith applied by the disciples.  The disciples had applied unmeasured faith by looking around to find the substance (two fish, five loaves) that would give them that which they hoped for (feed the multitude) while the evidence of it was still not yet seen.  Always remember that God only needs a piece of the natural substance to bring to pass the full substance from His spiritual inventory.  I can recall in one instance where Jesus spat in the dirt to have the substance to use that would allow Father to bring to pass that which Jesus was asking Him to do.  We are talking about a limitless God, so we must free our caged minds in order to get to the wealth of things that He has laid up in inventory.  The key to it all is simply there in your mind.  What is it that you need to be free enough from to believe enough to receive?

Jesus already knew that this was the time and season in the will of the father to bring the feeding of the multitude to pass, but Jesus still went through the steps just for us: we needed examples to follow, not Jesus.  It pleased the Father from the beginning to give Jesus the fullness of God, but Father never gave us adopted sons the fullness of God.  He gave us a means through the Godhead to walk with the fullness of God.  Jesus only had so much time to be here.  He knew what to do, and how Father wanted it done being all God Himself.  You and I on the other hand will still have to walk it out using the Godhead as we go.

In the next post, I will break down the other three examples that we have been using so that you can see more examples of the transition from phases 1 & 2 into phase 3: Father-time.  I also want to offer more on the character, expectation, and gifts that will help identify the movement of Father in bodily form.  We know for example that one of the identifying traits of the “Word” left by Jesus was the five-fold ministry.  So when we see those gifts manifesting in bodily form through the adopted sons, we know that we are seeing a human being one with God.  We also know for example with another member of the Godhead, the “Holy Ghost,” that one of the identifying traits is the manifestation of His gifts.  So when we receive a word of knowledge, or see power faith manifesting in bodily form through the adopted sons, we know that we are seeing a human being one with God.  What are some identifying traits that show Father manifesting in bodily form with one of His adopted sons?

Stay tuned,

Adopted Son

About Adopted Son

I graduated from college some moons ago. I worked in the business world most of my life. I founded, established and operated in the evenings a Christian based leadership and special tactics consulting group. I also served for years as a leader in the Church which allowed me to see how people of like faith can receive different results depending on what the individual person believes. However, my current and ongoing mission is to highlight the greatness of my "Heavenly Father's" mighty power that He has given to His sons and daughters to use here on earth. I should be one to share on this power since I have learned of it through the experience of my many mistakes, trials and tribulations. Whether by default, learned behavior or by acquired faith, I was allowed to know of this power first hand so that I could speak of it! Adopted Son and Number 1 Fan of Father
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