I can remember back when I did work shops, an attendee asked me if we are to really care about every little detail. My reply to her was, it is the little details or the lack there of that will bridge you to your biggest gain or loss. I jokingly said to her, don’t blame me, I didn’t say it first. I then said, God said it first right here: Isaiah 28:10, “For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little:” And it’s not every detail, or precept, or line that you must care about: you must mainly care about those matching your “Word of Promise” according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus. Walking in a “Word of Promise” requires that you make each connection as it is upon the link that will connect you to what’s next for you to do. Think of it like playing the child’s card game, “Go Fish.” Let’s say you have five cards in your hand with out any that match. Now whatcha gonna do: Go Fishing for a match by pulling for a card from the card deck until you get a match. And keep in mind, you can’t just pull cards and pull cards, but you must pull cards for your need according to the card deck riches in its rules: this is done by you pulling and awaiting your turn to pull again, here a little, and there a little. This taking your turn time will allow cards to come about to supply your need according to the card deck riches in its rules, as you stay from going fishing when the cards didn’t line up for you to pull a match at that turn.
So “Follow The Movement That Match, Or Stay From Fishing” when movement comes that doesn’t match any of the “Words” that you are holding in your hand in belief with hope. And just as children usually find more joy in this card game than the wise, it is the ones that approach walking in the Word of God in an open and childlike mind, who find more joy and success also. Hey, don’t tell anyone, but I still like to play “Go Fish,” and I do it in my childlike state too! lol. Anyway, so let’s say you have some “Words of Promise” come forth to you right off the prayer press. And just like in the beginning, there was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God: now God sends forth His Word to you, trusting that you will help him make sure that his Word does not return to him void, now whatcha gonna do with it? Well, you are going to go fishing in your world, garden, life, digital life, or any place your hands can touch to pull substances that match your “Words of Promise.” And keep in mind, you can’t just go about pulling any substance, you must pull substance according to his riches along your way for the right match. If you need to feed the 5000, then you want to use what’s made available to you, or it will not be a good match: you can use the boy’s two fish and five loaves, you can send them home, you can let them fend for themselves, or you can deplete the undersize amount in the treasurer to little avail. In Jesus’ case, he couldn’t say no to all of those choices because he knew it was going down according to the Father’s riches provided for him to supply the need, and bring glory to the Father. You see, a lot of wise, and smart people may create a word, that was not part of the Father’s riches containing the seed to produce the Glory in his name. Just as the serpent provided the lust of the world to entice Eve, she created a new word of promise option in which God didn’t provide that cost them everything. Let’s read that new option in scripture that Eve the wise created: Genesis 3:3, “But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.” You see it? God did not say that they would die if they shall touch of the tree: every little detail counts when it is not in accordance to the “Word of Promise.” So you know what happened next to Eve, and this happens to us all the time. She followed her newly created word that she now attributes to God, and just touched the fruit first to test it out. And when she did not immediately die, she was successful in deceiving herself, and took a big juicy bite. It’s one thing to be deceived, but to be so wise as to deceive yourself is another whole can of worms. God had not said that they would die immediately, or at all for merely touching the fruit of the tree. Here is what God had said: Genesis 2:17, “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” Details, details, details: for in the day that thou eatest thereof, not in the day or minute that thou touchest thereof. So don’t create new word to create new options, but follow the options made accordingly that match the “Word of Promise” from God to work it out.
A childlike mind will just pull the best substance made available, and then get to experience being the one to help bring the Glory to the Father. If the choice of substances made available to you does not satisfy the need completely, but does match the “Word of Promise,” go ahead and pull it in as it may be a split order with the rest soon to follow. And if the choice of substances available does not match the “Word of Promise,” go ahead and stay from fishing, and not pull in that substance. If it does not match, but you think you can pull it on in and make it work, you will not have substance according to his riches that can supply your need, and give him his glory. Remember to not be wise, but to be childlike and follow the movement that match. When you stay from fishing, your production of fruit: patience, joy, faith, or whatever fruit that needs producing to keep hope alive, may set you up for more than you asked for. When you are waiting for his release of matching substance, where do you think Sam’s got the idea from; you may have to take in a warehouse load of substance, way more than you need, and share it with your peeps!
Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.