Mark 10:51-52, “And Jesus answered and said unto him, What wilt thou that I should do unto thee? The blind man said unto him, Lord, that I might receive my sight. 52, And Jesus said unto him, Go thy way; thy faith hath made thee whole. And immediately he received his sight, and followed Jesus in the way.” We know Jesus does that which he see his Father do, so let’s ask the Father for that which we already know he will do. The request could be similar to the one Jesus allowed the blind man to have: what wilt we that the Father should do unto us? Are you ready for this? We already know what is required to make it happen. Jesus said unto the blind man, Go thy way; thy faith hath made thee whole. How’s your faith today: before coming to the Father for that you wilt, stop by the bible faith station and fill up on some word. I hear on great authority that faith cometh by hearing and hearing by the word of God. I Also hear that without faith it is impossible to please God, so I wouldn’t go talking with him about what I wilt him to do with a empty faith tank. He just may run you around for a while, or do one of his favorite faith things he does to challenge your faith readiness, and that is to just tarry. Yeah, he may just pull up at a heaven bucks, and just enjoy him a nice sip of his favorite comfort: sipping up on all that faith that you came ready with to talk with him about what you wilt.
Thank God that most of us are not blind, but all of us have one or two blind spots that we would love to wilt for him to handle for us. This will not be a difficult thing for the Father to receive, he’s been waiting for the time to come, and now the time has come where he wants to help us clean up the things that we wilt. Father desires to show us his love by bringing us comfort in areas that may have us tied up. You know Lazarus was raised from the dead, but he was still not free. Jesus has been raised from the dead, but we are not yet free here on earth. The Father would love to show his love by helping us remove some of the bondages that we wilt the Father should do unto us. Now, the Father is not putting aside his will, but we’ve seen in scripture how he will at times give you what you want once you have given him what he wants. You know Hezekiah wilt that he be given more time to live, and received 15 more years. Another one that instantly comes to mind is Elisha, although he did ask a difficult thing, he wilt that God give him a double portion of Elijah’s anointing, and got it by hanging around to the end. God is going to get his, but it’s great to know that if you have the faith, you can also get that you wilt at times. So Faith up, and let the Father do some of that we wilt: he is willing.
Father Does Love To Do The Body Good.