Although the Father has put the Times and Seasons of things to come in His own power, He is not necessarily waiting on a calendar date, and exact time of the clock for things to happen. Day and Time are not conscientious things that concern Father as he goes about His day-to-day existence. He has no worries that the 2:00 pm dead line will not be met. The thing with Father is not about the time and season, but it is about the process. If you process your walk in the word properly, you will be ready to enter into your next season on time with Father: Father Time!
2 Peter 3:8 tells us that “one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” We are the ones that put ourselves on a clock. God has no clock: it’s all the same with Him. Time is relevant in that it is occupies space between the start and the finish: then we start and finish again. We should be as little gods using the power of our image, and likeness sake to build on His legacy. Father is all about you just walking through the cool of the garden, and low and behold you look up, and there it is: there is the thing that you have been hoping for right before you eyes. You processed yourself right into your next season at the exact time that you got there: no angels standing there directing seasons or holding time on a clock. You remember when Jesus got to the fig tree, and it was not the season for figs: that excuse didn’t fly to well for the fig tree either did it? I hear this lawn mower commercial on television all the time that reminds me of the process of bringing to pass a word of God in due time and season. The commercial says that “it’s not how fast you mower, but it’s how well you mower fast.” The same concept can be applied to processing a word from God. “It’s not an exact time and season you catch, but it’s how you process the time and season you catch exactly.”
If the times and seasons of God’s will for us are ready to happen, but just waiting on us, then what must happen for us to enter into it? The only thing keeping us from realizing our outcome is the out put that we are giving. Our focus is our reality. The thing that we give most of our time to is the thing that we get the most results from. It has nothing to do with the time given, or the thing that we gave the time to. It just comes down to the fact that we gave ourselves, our talents, and our efforts to something that gave us a result. When we are looking for God to bring to pass a desire of our heart, we have to put our focus on it in order for it to come to pass also. The activity that we put out on it will determine if we get it. We have to know that it can be done, or we will not process it the exact way needed to catch it. Yes, father has the times and seasons already ready for us, but we are not focusing on it to catch it. It is not locked in a time block, but it is locked out of our time block because of process.
I guess my point in this is why? Why do we waste our selves if we are not going to go all out with God? Do most of the members of the body of Christ really know how to call in a favor from God when it’s really need it? Are we suppose to be able to call on the all mighty in times of need, and receive more than more hope? Unlike our sisters, and brothers in other countries, we can walk freely in whatever manner we like. They would love to live in what we call suffering. We got to do better to show the power of God. If we can’t exercise the power of God in America, we may need to consider it Custer’s last stand. I don’t see America as “The Battle of the Little Bighorn” for Christians as of yet, but if more members of the Body of Christ are not able to reap abundance from this land, what better land is there on earth left? I’m ready to do my part to prove His good and perfect will. Let’s focus on the process so that the reality of abundant living will be our times and seasons.