Not necessarily: let’s say that an additional faith substance alternative just shows up, and thereby making it a part of your ongoing list to bring to pass that which you hope for. And let’s say that this last alternative to show up is the better of them all, but it’s not the one that you favor as the best. They both can give you the thing that you hoped for, but one gives you more of the things that you think you want while the other one gives you all the things you need. The alternative that you want comes from a familiar place, and is of your making. The last alternative was a complete surprise, and you had nothing to do with its making. Matter of fact, it puts you in mind of this well talked about, but seldom applied scripture, when we are left with the freedom and privilege to choose it: 1 Corinthians 2:9, “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” Here is one main reason that we usually look up, and just find ourselves already in the midst of the thing that the Father has for us: if he leaves a best choice of the flesh, and a best choice of the spirit for us to select from, we will usually choose the best choice of the flesh since it is there, and sincerely go forth thanking God for bringing to pass the thing hoped for. And we always assume that all the things that Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, will all show up as though they just rushed over from off of our top ten bucket list. No, God didn’t say that the things prepared would always be the things that we favor the most.
Anyway, so what happens if you are in a position to choose from multiple faith substances to bring to pass the thing you hope for? First of all, thank God that you are in a spot with adequate time to choose the faith that you believe in the most, and not be in such a bad spot without adequate time to where you had to choose by the force of time running out on you. When you are making the choice of which faith substance to walk in, and although this is a spiritual operation, you must still weigh all the pros and the cons to see which one starts out as the sound favorite: In other words, this is a business decision as you are being about your Father’s business, howbeit in your personal life, and therefore you must still do your due diligence in a matter of speaking. Now, just because it is the sound favorite, doesn’t mean that it is God’s favorite. You must now weigh the “Word Of Faith” up against it to see if it still allows you to be about your Father’s business as a complete person. The other alternative may be more of what you believe that you want for now, but does it still leave you with any needs. The better option is not just the better option because you favor it, the better option is the better option because it favors all that you need. The Father is going to make the better option so loaded with benefits that fulfill your needs, in that you will not want for nothing. So you don’t necessarily “lose it if you don’t choose it”, but you do only gain that from which you do choose. If the faith alternative that you do choose from, never did show to supply all your needs to be the sound favorite, you can never expect it to do what you knew that it couldn’t do from the start. This is why you do your due diligence as though it was a business deal because you will be obligated to live out its spiritual time and season. So Do Choose Rightly: Philippians 4:19, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” When you have no needs to be supplied, then you have no wants to be denied: Think About For A Minute, Then You’ll Shout!
Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good!