It all starts with the Word: nothing that was created was created without it first. How would we know what the will of God is for us unless we heard the Word from His vast depths? How would creation know what God expected from it if the word of God did not first come forth to inform it, and all the necessary abstract participants in God’s make-up? Look at John 1:1, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. Of course the Word with God was God, isn’t your word with you, you? If you have a thought with you in your mind, how can you share it with me unless you speak it out with the words that are with you? If I hear a voicemail from Bill, I’m not going to say I just received a word from Bill, but it was in Sam’s voice. No, and I know if a message was left by my wife without her saying her name because I know her voice that is with her. So, the Word being with God, would be God’s word. Remember, in the beginning there was no flesh. When God said, or the word said let there be whatever, it was spirit that moved to bring it to pass. God is spirit, but we needed to have the unspoken will of God spoken in the earth to get it started for us(flesh).
Now, it still works the same way for God today, as it did for God at the beginning. The difference for God is that He now includes man(flesh) in the creation process to bring things to pass. God still has His vast depths, and the earth still needs God’s Word to come forth to get us started in the direction to walk in His will. Can you imagine having all that vast space in God, full of God goodies, but without anyway of knowing where to start. He has to start us with the Word that He wants, or we would be lost. No, we wouldn’t be lost, we would be worst than lost. If He gave us no Word into His will, there would be no door way to enter into the light.
So here we are today, and most of the members of the Body of Christ feel pretty confident about how to start walking out a word from God. We know it is time to move into action when our faith is ignited from the word that we believe came from God. The bible tells us that “faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” So when you hear a word from God that you believe is for you, it will come along with the faith to get you started. What does it will come along with faith to get you started mean? It means opportunities to get you from the starting point to what’s next will be available for you to step into, and on and on until it’s time to finish it. You see, from the time you start to walk out a word from God, until you get to the finish of it, there is the middle activity that is going on. Most of the middle activity is you, and the Holy Ghost working and moving on things, people, and abstracts to have you in position for the finish. You know who does the finish by now don’t you? That’s right, Father is the Finisher. If we use Jesus’ life as an example, we know He started by fulfilling every iota of the word (30 years), then He walked with the power of the Holy Ghost until the cross (3 years), and lastly He enters Father’s will of time and season to finish it (3 days).
This is where we the members of the Body of Christ has stumped our toe: most of us continue to miss the entry into Father’s will of time and season. This is where the current operation of Father comes into play. If you continue to wonder over and over how you fulfill the word given to you from God, and even move in sync with the Holy Ghost as He moves on people, things, and opportunities, but continue to fall short of the prize. It is because you are not finishing with Father. You have to enter Father’s will of time and season, or continue to miss your finish. When you look at John 1:1 again as stated above, it is really telling us about the role of the lead off person (The Word) of the Godhead. The Word always starts any activity of God when it’s time to reveal, and bring to pass God’s will. This passage tells us in the beginning that all things were made by Him, the Word. The phrase “in the beginning” is a model of how you start to bring to pass a word of God. This passage is not just saying that in the beginning of creation that all things were made by the Word. It is saying that in the beginning of anything that you do, make, produce or bring to pass according to God’s will, you will need to begin by starting with the Word.
Now let’s go back to the beginning of creation, and read the fist verse of chapter one in the book of Genesis. It reads, In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. It does not mean the same thing as what John 1:3 means, “All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. They say two totally different things because there are two separate operations going on. In Genesis, the one unified God with all of His fullness starts, and finishes the creation of Heaven and Earth. In John, the Word alone is in His role as the lead off person of the God Head making the will of God known in the earth as it is being originated from the vast depths of God. So at the beginning of starting a new creation of God’s will, the Word gets you started by making it known to you. Once this operation in John 1:3 is done, the next operation in Genesis 1:1 takes over so that you can process through the complete God Head. Then you move to the middle person (The Holy Ghost) of the God Head: the Holy Ghost moves on people, things and opportunities to get you in position, and ready for the Finisher. The Word may have made known the will of God, but the times and seasons for the will to come to pass is in the hand of Father. The Holy Ghost can move us in position, but He can’t move us into the times and seasons. This has been, and remains the hold up for the body of Christ. We know how to start, and move between the God Heads. Now we have to know how to move into Father: He holds the time and season of what we desire in His Hand. It Is Now Father-Time. Come On In.