You do know that we are sons and daughters of the greatest creator of all time. Why not put all of that co-heirs with the Lord talk to work for you, and create you a thing with the Father, and make it be. And just in case you have forgotten, not only are we one with the greatest creator of all time, the Father; our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, AKA, The Word made flesh, is the one that made everything that was made. Check it out, the Lord was moonlighting on the side: not only is he the savior of our souls, the Lord is also the most qualified anything on the face of the world’s planets to bring to pass all things that could ever be brought to pass. So what are you waiting for? What, a reference; I got you covered on that. Let’s go to the best-selling book of all time, uh, I got you a reference alright. First, lets check out God’s reference: Genesis 1:1, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” Need we say more? If God created the heaven and the earth, what could you possibly want him to help you create that would present any problems to him whatsoever? Second, lets check out the Word’s reference: John 1:1-3, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2) The same was in the beginning with God. 3) All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” Again, need we say more? Here we have both the one with the Will, and the one that is the Will sent forth, AKA the Word, and the Word was God. We also see here in verse three that all things were made by him, God the Word, and without him was not anything made that was made. So if you look out today and see all that has come forth from what was made by him from the beginning, you have more than a reference, but you have a reality of proof. So what do you say, you want to get started, and “Create You A Thing With The Father, And Make It Be? I know, you are lost for words.
Okay, here we go. Now you’ve got to ask yourself one question, and it’s not do I feel lucky. Instead of needing to know about the Father’s references, you really need to know about the Father’s relationship with you. Here’s the question, and it’s not about how you’re feeling today, but it is about you knowing the type of relationship that you have with the Father: How well do you and the Father get along? I mean, have you been able to count on him to have your back when you needed him there for you in tight situations? And you know that Jesus didn’t become the Word of just anybody, and go give up the ghost for the Will stated to not show up on the third day when he really needed to rise up the most. I guess what I’m asking you is that if you and the Father come up with a thing to create and to actually go make, are you going to know with peace that you can give up the ghost to become that Word, to go make that which you and the Father wilt to create? You see, Jesus may well be in your heart with you every step of the way, but it is going to be you in bodily form that must become that Word to make the thing that you and the Father wilt to create: Jesus will be with you , but Jesus will not be the one who must become that Word today. Jesus has already did his, and we are not going to strike that rock again, but you can just speak to it. This is not just about the Will of the Father, but it is more about the will of you being there in bodily form to become that Word. If you are not willing to become that Word at that level just yet, then lets don’t go to the Father just yet about having a thing with him to Make. You read the reference stated above earlier: John 1:3, “All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” So again, we must be willing to become him, the Word: for all things are made by him, the Word; and without you becoming him, the Word, the thing that you and the Father wanted to create will not be made. Jesus just didn’t say ” destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it,” and then off he went to the mountain top to hope it in. No no, he became the Word where he was destroyed, and where he raised up in three days, and the rest is history: that which was the Word, Jesus became it in order for it to be made. Now you be ready to become the Word also, so that it can be made!
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.