Let’s clarify a couple of important spiritual facts right from the start. The Lord is not slow, but always on time. And when we are waiting on the Lord to finish his tarry, we must know that he tarries for our benefit, and not for his. Now that I’m in this flow, it just come to me that the Father does not rest while he’s in the light until he is finished. The Father rest so much with us because we are always moving in and out of the light to where we can’t see clearly at times where he’s leading us. God has shown from the beginning of the world that as long as there is light, he no rest, and he’s fast too when on his own: He created the world in six days, and sipped tea on day seven. And as for as finding any qualifying creations of any major sizes of the world through out all time to compare God’s creation with, there is none. God still holds the record by far with six being the number of days it took to start and finish his all world creation. Man that God is fast, when on his own. So you better take a bit of information from one of the world’s expert spokesman in finding your place of rest in the dark, “and we’ll leave the light on for you.”
It is no mystery as to why the Father tarries at time: he tarries to leave the light on for you. Jesus tarried before raising Lazarus from the dead, and this was done in order to leave the light on for them to know without a doubt that not even death can stop the Lord. If he had just come right on, and raised Lazarus from the dead, it would have been as though he was speaking to them in parables still leaving them in the dark. You know how God is when his right to be God is questioned: He tarried Sarah to her time as a woman had passed in their eyes by leaving the light on for her to produce the fruit in her character so that she could produce the fruit in her womb. So the bridegroom tarried on his way to the ten virgins. Some may think that he was waiting for the hour already set to come for his will to be done. And many may think that if any be ready and perfect in their doings, then God should be already to come on down with the goods. Well, God is not on any’s time, as God is on your time plus his tarry. I am going to stick with the consistent Love of God toward us, and believe that the bridegroom tarried because he wanted to leave the light on for them. Maybe the five virgins with exact oil should have noticed with humility that the five other virgins had some extra oil to allow a tarry light to go off in one of their heads to go get more. The wait on Father is Yours to fill an area in your fruit production that may be the cause of you showing up with no extra oil. The tarry time of the bridegroom is added to yours because he left the light on for you by tarrying in hopes that you would see what was missing in time, and produce it.
2 Peter 3:9, “The Lord is not slack concerning his promise, as some men count slackness; but is longsuffering to us-ward, not willing that any should perish, but that all should come to repentance.” The Lord’s wait time is how he leaves the light on for you to be ready when he shows up. The Father holds the times and the seasons in his own power, and it would be costly for him to show up, and you not be able to receive the hundred fold of eighteen wheelers now out side the spirit full of what you need. The Father is not willing that any should not have all their needs supplied, but he is willing to tarry so that all he has for you can stay with you. And He Will Leave The Light On For You So that you can See What You Need To Produce. “The Wait Time On The Father Is Yours Plus His Tarry.”
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.