Fathertime: God Said vs Father Said – His Handicap.

God said let there be light, and there was light. Father said, to say what you will, and it will be. God said, let there be whatever, and the spirit moved upon whatever, and whatever was. Father said, let it be as you will, and your faith was applied to whatever you will, and whatever you will, will be. You ever noticed the difference between the two states of God vs Father. God’s work usually ended quickly with a “and there was”, which means it happened already: past tense. Father’s work usually begins, and continues for a long time with a sounding edifying “as you will it” proclamation, which means it will happen later: future tense. Let’s keep this simple. There is only one God, but He’s had to deal with us from two sides of the tracks: the begotten side, and the non-begotten side.

If you have kids, you will get this quickly. Did anyone call those of you that have kids father, or mother before you had any kids, or before you were expecting to have any kids? No, I don’t think so. Once Jesus was begotten, God became Father. It was Jesus that taught the first born again of the Spirit, washed in the blood adopted sons how to pray to the Father in Heaven. It was after this birth that Father God realized that he had made another creation: His Handicap. Now that the way was made to receive salvation through faith, this also paved the road for everything else to be received by faith. Before God became a Father to the born again members, adopted sons, of the newly established Body of Christ; He did not have to move based on the will of man. He could just quickly move according to His on will. Whether there was faith from man or not, God would use His on faith to do whatever He needed. Sarah could laugh all day, but God was bringing the baby: God just waited for the time of a woman to pass her so that she couldn’t claim the victory with her doubt. There was no will of man at that time to be processed in bodily form through the Godhead phases of the “Word”, the “Power”, and the “Will”. Now that we are involved on the team to bring things to pass, we have become His handicap: we make it difficult for God.

If you look through out the Bible while Jesus was still here, you can even find Jesus asking people, what do you will? God loved us so much that He made a way for us to operate in His power here on earth in bodily form. You recall how it pleased the Father to give Jesus the fullness of the Godhead in bodily form. This allowed Jesus to show the Apostles how to get this ball rolling so that one day a mature Body of Christ will be able, and skilled enough to walk in the fullness of God in bodily form through the Godhead process. The day has come for us to step up, and walk in this power. Can you imagine how it is for God to have to wait on us to get things done? Come on members of the Body of Christ, let’s make Father pleased that He set up this process. We are God’s handicap, but we are the creation that Father loved so much that He gave his only begotten Son that we may have…………….it all.

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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