So who’s in your heart for default judge? This is a no brainer for those of us who are not trying to avoid answering for our wrong doings, but only in hope of knowing that the judgement rendered will be at the most in according to the foolishness done on our behalf. So yeah, we did it, but who would we prefer to pay it backwards to us; my, oh, my. And I can hear some now asking, do we have a choice between man or God in who serves up the pain-ishment? You must not know the Father all that well to ask such a thing; if you can believe it, well, he will not hinder you from achieving it. The Father basically ask three things out us when it comes to his operations: one is that we don’t intentionally or knowingly bring evil or sin against another to do this, another is that we must always have faith in what we do or it is a sin, and the last is that if it causes your brother indigestion or heartburn, wait and eat it later when your brother is gone so it will not cause him all that agony because of this that you want to do. One main thing to never forget in all your doings; the Father may allow you to name all of the animals by your request, or as we have read in scripture, he may even direct you to name all of the animals by his own request; but always remember that all of the animals, regardless of how the naming of the animals came to be, all the animals remain all his. We get off track many times simply because we forget who everything belongs to no matter how much we have been allowed to be their handler. So would your heart prefer to be judged by the one who we belong to, or to be judged by ones in the exact same boat in which we are in? And as for me and mine, as to the choice of the default Judge, we are going to default to the Father.
In case you have not put your finger on this before, we go through this process all of the time: Is it going to be the man, or is it going to be the Father, half the time we just don’t know until the choice is done. And parents, bless your hearts, this is a day in and day out affair, as we try to harmonize, with compromise, all the different lives living in the same house. You can see why the Father just needs you to have faith in what you do for the Williams’ house, without trying to establish the same law for the Smith’s house: the Williams house making pancakes in a way different from how the Smith’s house may make pancakes, may have one house to have better pancakes, but it doesn’t make either house wrong in how they do it just as long as each house has faith in what each is doing with its pancakes. In this pancake scenario, if the Judge is the Father, both houses will be judged to pass with flying colors; however, if the judge is the man that the Father created, we are going to have a big mess as soon as the man passes judgement. Man is going to judge the pancakes according to his senses and pancake knowledge as oppose to the Father making judgement from his love and his will knowledge. This is why King David when facing the prospect of man having some decision making when it comes to what his pain-ishment would involve, King David said to the prospect, see ya, it’s not going to be ya. 2 Samuel 24:14, “And David said unto Gad, I am in a great strait: let us fall now into the hand of the Lord; for his mercies are great: and let me not fall into the hand of man.” No one wants to fall in either the Father’s or the man’s hand when it comes to receiving judgement for wrong doings; however, if you must take one, it must be the Father. The Father has mercies for us that will make it all work out at the end. Plus there are not many natural men, Abraham for one, who are willing to match the Father with at least a seeming willingness to give up his only begotten son as a sacrifice: say no more, let us fall now into the hand of the Lord.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good!