The only thing that you must call, and it’s at the beginning vs at the ending, is did he direct your path on what to do in your situation with specifics according to his word in which you believe. It’s similar to what the Apostle Paul told Timothy: you are not responsible for every word of God, but you are responsible for the word of God that you first believed. 1 Timothy 1:18, “This charge I commit unto thee, son Timothy, according to the prophecies which went before on thee, that thou by them mightest war a good warfare; ” You see, it is by what the Father gave you to do specifically with your situation, in which you might war a good warfare. It is too much word available that we could be applying until Jesus returns, but that is not how relationship works. If I am with my best friend, and he has info that can help me, he is not just going to throw out a lot of possible good solutions for me to try them all just because they all are good, accordingly. No, my best friend is going to tell me specifically what he knows to be the one best solution to handle my situation. And that solution is the one I must call at the beginning to take me to its ending. So it is as it was with Timothy, as the Apostle Paul was directing him and charging him without question to believe as he believed the prophecies or specific insights that were given him before concerning his situation? If you did believe them at the beginning, then you must still do believe them now. We receive life accordingly from those “before the warfare begins” prophecies/words/specifics in which we believed to be from God, and we do not call them to be dead.
The Father is not a man that he should lie, so why are you calling it? If he can’t lie, then what he said to you won’t die, accordingly. The Father is not going to put more on you than you can bear, but what’s your upside? Are you ready, and willing to bear more? When we stand on the written word of God, we will find out how much we can bear as we process it, and then our faith through action will land us at that bear level. Once we reach that bear level, if your upside is currently exhausted, you will receive that supply level to go take care of your needs. It is when you are pushed pass your bear level that you feel the pressure to call it. Here it what you need to know: it is not God who violates the “more than you can bear law.” We are the ones who violates that law because we want more supply than the bear, and then we stretch out on hope for more supply. You can not just hope at the completion of a production process, because there is no more faith substance left to produce more supply. We do this all the time, and wonder why we didn’t receive more. Always ask for specifics from the Father while in prayer, and he will give them to you if you wait for it. The “word” alone without specifics, will run you into your bear because that is the agreement in the fulness of God not to put more on you than you can bear. And remember that it is not God who determines how much you can bear, but it is you who puts out signals that we need to end this process soon before I call it. The Father wants the relationship with us that is better than a best friend. This means that you know him, and you know that he will do all the bearing: to know the Father is to know the specifics, and since he doesn’t lie, the specifics given to you will not die. So Don’t Call It.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.