You should just “know” that your work continues because your faith continues; and your faith continues until you know that you now have all the substance that you need to bring to pass the thing that you hoped for. Faith and activity are not one in the same, they just work great together. James gives great clarity in the scripture as he explains to us the necessity of having the two come together as one, howbeit, they are different. Let’s read James 2:17-18, “Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone. 18) Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.” So you see, alone faith is dead, but putting it together with my works allows me to make my faith effective. So your work continues because your faith continues, and without you working your works, the faith would not continue as it would be dead not doing anything.
Faith is unlimited power with logistical purpose, and while the mind is limited in purpose, it can load your will power. If you can find that perfect balance between your faith with unlimited power, and your mind which can load your will power, there is no cross that could bear you. Here’s the challenge that God has, and he’s willing to reward us greatly if we will give him access to load our will power. So God knows that if we will come forth and give him the access through our will, to do his will, that our will becomes unlimited. Can you see how having unlimited faith being placed together with an unlimited will, would make you unlimited in your doings, if they are done according to his vast, unlimited will? Oh, it is not an easy thing to do: we are talking grown and mature sons’ and daughters’ Big Time faith action here. We saw it first hand in the garden of Gethsemane where Jesus battled his loaded soul for the right of the Father to have his unlimited will to be done: Jesus sweat was like drops of blood falling to the ground. How far are you willing to go to give the Father unlimited access to your will? This act of allowing the Father to have his will be done, and not your will be done, is how your unlimited faith can take you places where no cross can bear you. Here’s the deal, if your loaded will goes to the Father state; thereby flipping the flesh state that won the last few times out, your faith can continue unto the end of the thing that you hope for. Then there will be no will of the flesh in place to stop whatever works maybe necessary to keep unlimited faith alive.
And why do I call faith unlimited power with logistical purpose? It’s simple, as faith’s unlimited power is rolling along undercover in your works, it will guide you into works that contain the substance of things hoped for. In other words, as faith is moving you along in your works, it will be moving you into substances to gather that which will bring to pass the thing that you hoped for: faith will not stop your working until you know that you have all that you need to bring to pass the thing that you hoped for. Here’s a simple example of how you will know spiritually vs trying to guess, and know mentally if you have all the faith substance that you need. Many of you will relate to this: when I was in college preparing for a major exam, and in college most all of the exams are major, I would just start in peace my preparations to take the exam. It wasn’t like that my freshman and sophomore years, but I developed and matured to where I just knew when I was ready. When you walk in faith, you must know when faith has done it’s job. Even God had to let Abraham’s faith continue in his works up until God had seen enough substance where he could say, now I know. In college, my work of studying was not set by time, but it was set by me reaching a place where I had received enough material substance, and this state would just settle in me when I was ready. This is when I got up, and closed the books; and thereby, not continuing the work of studying any longer because faith no longer needed to continue.
So as you walk in faith, do not worry about what is needed to bring to pass that which you hope for because faith will drive you as long as necessary. The thing that you do want to make sure of is that you are willing to do the work in which faith will drive you to do. And once faith has all the substance needed from your works, you will come to a state where you just know it’s time to stop the work because the faith has stopped.
The Father Still Does Like To Do The Body Good.