Once you really see how the Kingdom’s transfer of faith process works, you will be one that has few limitations: you know however, it’s like Jesus always told those of enquiring minds when he was here, some things papa just keeps in his own power. So let’s just say that you have your constant level of faith ready to spring into action at a springing notice. We know by scripture that every man has some degree of faith in the chamber ready for action: Romans 12:3, “For I say, through the grace given unto me, to every man that is among you, not to think of himself more highly than he ought to think; but to think soberly, according as God hath dealt to every man the measure of faith.” So we all have the measure of faith at our disposal to support the amount of the grace given to each of us according to the ongoing operation.
The faith that believes is allowed to see more than the faith that disbelieves, and this will increase what you see in your transfer from heaven. When Jesus came from heaven, he was given the fulness of God in bodily form, so that he could match all transfers that needed to come from heaven. You know how it is when an army goes to fight on enemy soil: to be prepared for battle, it needs to transport all that it might need, to handle that which is mostly known and that which is an unknown surprise. Jesus had full faith on natural earth so that he could match full faith from spiritual heaven. It wouldn’t have been good for Jesus to have come up short on earth, at the time that heaven was ready to transfer to him his spiritual match from heaven: for example, feed the five thousand Father; didn’t you get your faith match to feed them already Son? Oh, I see the problem, the faith cameth by the “Word,” but the transfer to you fail because you lack the faith capacity needed to receive it according to the operation. Now you know that the Father couldn’t afford for Jesus to run short, so he just gave him the fullness of God in bodily form from jump.
Once you have the faith capacity on earth to match the transfer coming from heaven, you will have the faith to see your way through. When we try and see from disbelief on the natural end, it keeps us from getting enough faith on the natural to match the transfer coming from the spiritual end by the “Word.” Unlike with Jesus, we were not given the fullness of the Godhead in bodily form. We have to access the fullness of the Godhead in bodily form, by going in and out, according to the need of the operation in order to get the fullness we need for the match transfer. If we try and see naturally through doubt and disbelief, before we build up enough faith through belief, we will not be able to see our way through; and when faith does come, it will not transfer the match because we lack the faith to receive it on this end. It is ok to see the faith activity on the spiritual side when you believe because you can see your way through. It is not ok to see the faith activity on the natural side when you have doubt and disbelief because you will come up short for the transfer match, and not see your way through. Let’s read what Jesus said to Thomas, John 20:29, “Jesus saith unto him, Thomas, because thou hast seen me, thou hast believed: blessed are they that have not seen, and yet have believed.” Thomas was not one of the blessed because he wanted to see faith through doubt and disbelief, as oppose to seeing faith through belief. When the “Word” came to him that Jesus was alive, he couldn’t receive the spiritual transfer because of the lack of faith capacity on this end. He had been with Jesus all this time before the cross, and had not removed the remaining doubt and disbelief to make the room needed for the faith match. Elisha had been with Elijah all this time, and he had built up his faith pass that which was needed according to the ongoing faith operation. Matter of scriptural fact, and you all know your Bible, Elisha’s ability to have faith capacity, and believe was so great that Elijah just told him to watch and transfer: 2 Kings 2:10, “And he said, Thou hast asked a hard thing: nevertheless, if thou “see” me when I am taken from thee, it shall be so unto thee; but if not, it shall not be so.” The faith that believes is allowed to see its way through as long as there is no doubt and disbelief to block the transfer. Obviously, Elisha being with Elijah was unlike Thomas being with Jesus: Elisha made good with all that time he spent with Elijah; and when the time came to transfer the faith match, Elisha had left no doubt and disbelief on his end.
I Love It When A Spiritual Plan Comes Together.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.