Fathertime: Spirtually Correct? You Better Do What You Got-ta Do.

If we use our expression of today, Jesus was put to death basically because He was not spiritually correct. We know that Jesus’ death was all part of the plan of God for us to receive salvation, but the religious leaders of that time had different beliefs. They just thought that Jesus was this out of control pretender that refused to abide by the rules of their religion. In their eyes Jesus was spiritually incorrect in just about everything that He did. He didn’t follow protocol, he didn’t hang with the right people, he didn’t say things correctly: mostly everything about Jesus to them just didn’t. Jesus came here to write a new story according to the will of His Father. News flash, Jesus was going to do, whatever He had to do, to get done what He came to do. Can you say that, and mean it? Look in the mirror and say your name, then say to yourself, you better do what you got-ta do, to get done what God has sent you to do.

Now Jesus finished His work, retired in His early thirties, and been sitting on the Heavenly beaches next to glory ever since. You, and I won’t make early volunteer retirement as Jesus did because we don’t have the skill, in the will, as Jesus so masterfully displayed. However, there is a way that Jesus left for us to accomplish what we got-ta do just as He had a way to accomplish what he had to do. It is the same plan, just a different way of administering it. You see, it pleased God to give Jesus the fullness of God in bodily form: Jesus was a man who had the fullness of God right in Him to use as a man whenever duty called. However, it did not please God to give to you, and me the fullness of God in bodily form to use as the men we are when duty calls. And after the way Adam acted, and many more men that followed, I can’t say I blame God. That would be like a parent giving the car keys, the credit cards, and the summer villa to a twelve-year-old: nothing but trouble. You, and I don’t have the fullness of God in us at our disposal, but we do have the fullness of the God head at our disposal to move in and out of when duty calls. Those of us that looked in the mirror, and spoke to ourselves about where we are in the plan to do what we got-ta do for God. We got-ta step into the operation of the God head more often in order to bring to pass the will of God.

Now is the time to do it because the Body of Christ is in the best of all times than it has ever been in before: We are in the time of Father. I refer to this time as Father-time. It is Father’s time to finish the plan in everyone’s life that desire His help. It would be a shame to continue to waste so much time from day-to-day doing everything so spiritually correct, while at the same time only completing the circles that we continue to go around, and around to no end. Listen, you can hope all you want, but hope will stay afloat unless you move closer to it. Moving forward from one point to another point is the only way to move into your hope. If you are religiously waiting, and hoping for change to come, get your lazy boy out and get comfortable. Change will come, but change that comes by chance, is not the change you need to place your hopes on. God has left us access to His power, and we need to get the access hooked up to our lives. It is only by using God’s power in bodily form through activity with the God Head, along with your hope that we get the victory!

Stay Tune,

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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