Jesus commanded the already commissioned Apostles to not go forward in the single Godhead yet, but wait for more Godhead to come. Yeah, Jesus said that, OK I will say it the way that Jesus said it, and you will see that he still said it. Here we go, Acts 1:4, 5 & 8, starting with verse 4, And being assembled together with them, commanded them that they should not depart from Jerusalem, but wait for the promise of the Father, which, saith he, ye have heard of me. 5) For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence. 8) But ye shall receive power, after that the Holy Ghost is come upon you: and ye shall be witnesses unto me both in Jerusalem, and in all Judaea, and in Samaria, and unto the uttermost part of the earth. First, we know that Jesus gave the Apostles the clear word representing the will of the Father, however, it was not enough to just have the word, you need help to bring the word to pass. Anyone trying to bring to pass the word of God without the help of the full godhead will find themselves stuck in the word Godhead. And as you know, the word can go on and on without end, but the word depends on the power of the Holy Ghost to move us into the substance necessary to clothe the word.
The “Word” Godhead is never ending. It is full of anointing, gifts, and administrations. The word keeps you going unto you see what’s next. It is all about the flow of what God is doing. One minute you are walking in the word, and all of a sudden it shows up: at this moment you and the power of God need to be ready to step into what just showed up. Moving into what is next is how you avoid not being stuck in that word spot. The same can be said of the “Holy Ghost” Godhead in that it can also be never ending. It is also full of anointing, gifts, and instruction for every word you claim. The Holy Ghost is needed to dress your word with substance to have it ready to step up, not to step stuck. By the way, Jesus warns us of this step up in Acts 1:7, “And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power.” Once the word identifies your path, and you use the power of the Holy Ghost to move into the faith substance along your path, you do not know if it is the hour of the time or the season for you to step into. It is the “Father” Godhead that has your time and season in his own power. The “Father” Godhead is not never ending, the Father has a hour for all things. The question is, will you be there to step up into it or will you step stuck in more word, and more movement of the Holy Ghost? It is so easy to miss Father because we lose our patience, and move away to early in a new word or new movement of the Holy Ghost.
The thing with the Godhead that you have to remember is its oneness. Every move of one Godhead is to connect you to the move of the next, but as one. The fullness of God was given to Jesus in bodily form, but the fullness of God was not given to us in bodily form: we have to move into it as we see it pass by us. We get our word when it comes, we get our power to move on that word when it comes, and we get our hour to move into our time and season when it comes. Now envision all of this happening at one time for God, but in slow motion for us from that same one God. Seeing God move through the eye of the God head allows us to keep up in part with a full God who has already let it be.
Father Does Love To Do The Body Good.