Fathertime: Fasten Your Faithbelts, Destination Father.

Whether you know it or not, Father is the place to be to fulfill all your desires, needs, and most importantly, the will of God. Elijah made it crystal clear to Elisha. If you want the double portion as you desire from God, fasten your faith-belt, and set your destination to be there at the time that I’m done. It is a difficult thing to do: to time your destination arrival to be there at the end of a thing. This is the one lesson that Elijah knew, and experienced the most, what it takes to meet the time and season of your destination at the right time. When Elijah first met Elisha, Elisha even wanted Elijah to wait so that he could go home and bid good-bye to his family. It was on the seventh time that Elijah’s servant saw a cloud as small as a man’s hand, and Elijah fastened his faith belt for the servant to run tell Ahab to “hurry.” Elijah put a lot on a small hand cloud to produce rain because he knew that he could not let any possible opportunities go unproven. Elijah followed the word of God to the brook to be sustained, but this supply of water chosen by God himself ran dry because of the non-union based strike by mother nature in that part of God’s creation. Yes, it is indeed a difficult thing to run up on when the time and season of a thing may be at its end. And it is not a matter of you just knowing God, Elijah and Elisha really knew God, but that still didn’t make it a given that they would be on time to their destinations. You have to fasten your faith-belt for the bumpy ride. Remember how Elijah cried over the death of the widow’s son before he finally met the destination on the third time to bring the boy back from death: you have to fasten up your faith-belt to get there.

I’m so glad that Jesus left us a process to get to our destination. We as individual members of the body of Christ do not reach our destinations as much as we should, but we do always have opportunities at it. The big thing is that we keep our faith-belt always ready to give action as our response. So many times we give way to doubt and disbelief, instead of regrouping to spring forward to our destination. I have found out that doubt and disbelief will always be in the neighborhood of your destination, but they don’t have to get in the way to your destination. This is the time that you get to run right over a road block, and smash it without getting into trouble. When you see the road blocks of doubt and disbelief hanging around the neighborhood of your destination, you must get ready for action as oppose to distraction that leads to missing it. We have destinations that we are trying to reach everyday of our lives, and we must begin to arrive at these destinations at the time of Father to receive them in our lives. We can not turn back from our destination just because it didn’t happen when we made our first attempt to receive what we were looking for God to provide for us. As long as we know that God will supply our needs, we have to continue to know that He still will supply our needs: we just can’t stop going for what we want.

So why is the destination Father, and not just somewhere in God? Isn’t God, and Father one and the same? Yes, and no. First of all, let’s make sure we keep it clear, there is but one God. The reason why we have to be skilled with God is because different things that we need from God will be on the one ship, but in a different part of the ship. Jesus made us aware of this when He said that the times and seasons were in the hands of the Father. The reason why we have to make destination Father is because He’s the one that holds the times and season of His will, the word, and the desires of our hearts in his hands: the times and seasons can not be found in the areas of the Word, or the Holy Ghost. Father holds the clock that we go by, and we must find the time zone of his operation to bring it to pass. Father will always be in the neighborhood of our destination, but will we continue to fasten our faith-belt to meet him on his time zone? He does not operate on our time zone, and he expects us to find his zone. This is how we unify the Godhead in bodily form as we operate as sons of God in Jesus’ stead. Remember, Jesus is the visible God, and son of the Father. Jesus came down and operated in the fullness of God, and met his destination to the cross on time. The time that Father had set for Jesus to be raised from the grave was achieved by Jesus. When the time for the end came, Father looked in the grave for Jesus’ body to be raised, and Jesus had made his destination. Jesus could have been swayed on many occasions, but he stayed on track with his faith-belt fasten in full action to keep his destination to Father.

Now, you and I, in bodily form have to fasten our faith-belt to keep our destination to father. Jesus, the only begotten son, is no longer here in bodily form to serve his Father. It’s our time to be the sons that will serve the Father in bodily form. We have to be more skilled in knowing when we have moved the word into position in bodily form. The Holy Ghost will move other people around, then us into different places, and many other things in our favor into position for our final push to our destination. Our skill level can develop more, and save us a lot of time throughout this process. Jesus knew when to stay put, or leave an area to make sure his positioning in the word for his destination to Father would not be compromised. Even if the Holy Ghost moves on something, if we were able to be positioned properly in the word earlier, we may not need to take every move at the end of a process. Remember, we are in bodily form, and the Holy Ghost is a spirit that will keep pumping out power toward that destination: we in bodily form must know when to anchor a spiritual move in its proper position. Oh yeah, we have a big part to play in reaching the destinations of our lives. I know that the problem is the lack of understanding of how the Godhead works. The Godhead is here to work in bodily form with us, as we work to unify its spiritual nature by reaching each destination. When you and I take a word from God to walk it into position, the Holy Ghost will clear the pathway like a big lineman leading and blocking for the tailback to run. Then we do this continually over and over passing unaware through every time zone until we see the opening in the correct time zone to our destination where Father awaits with our time and season. Once we see the opening in the correct time zone to Father, we hit that opening hard to score before it passes us by: once this is done we have unified the spiritual Godhead as one again. It’s amazing how the word is put out there, and the holy Ghost like a magnet will find it, to support it. A skilled son in bodily form with regularity will unite the spiritual Godhead as one more times than not to reach many of the destinations in their lives. NOW LET’S DO THIS ALL OVER AGAIN: FATHERTIME!

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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