And when can doubt and disbelief hurt you? When you are not in the place where you should be. It is usually when we are some where that we have no business being that we run into the hurt and pain that comes from doubt and disbelief. I bet you can remember recently hearing it from someone or even hearing it come out of your own mouth; ” I can’t believe that I allowed myself to be put in position for that to happen to me.” Well, believe it; for it is no longer an, I wonder if, but it is now a, matter of fact. You see, when you can’t believe that you did what you did, even after you did it; you can be sure that you didn’t believe that you should do it, even before you did it: you were already walking in doubt and disbelief, but still technically, allegedly. At this point, if you would just transform your natural mind to be, where your spiritual mind should be already, you can walk away leaving behind the suspecting mind, while still having clean hands. And do not allow the enemy or your peeps, to have you confused as to whether the thing at question is the thing to do. This is really an easy one even if your skill level to discern whether or not to do a thing has yet to reach the required standard of the next level sons and daughters. And this isn’t like trying to qualify for an Olympic team, where you run races or participate in field events for training purposes to get you ready for the upcoming trials where you compete for a spot on the team. No, you have already made the team of the Father without any pre-event practices, and when you win an event against the enemy, it was attaining the standard that gave you the victory. I don’t know if you are aware of this, but it’s possible to win your race at the Olympic trials under the standard, and you may not make the team if you have not already recorded the standard in your event at a prior race. Anyway, just know that all your faith events are main events, and the standard for the team is to be where you should be as the Father will be there too for you to win.
So back to why knowing whether or not the thing at question is the thing to do. If you will apply this simple rule at the time you first encounter your, I wonder if, you will not become confused. Determining whether or not to do a thing is not based on what you know about it, but it is based on what you believe about it. Right out the box, you will already know if you believe that which you just heard; and when you hear the proposition, proposal, opportunity, or whatever term you want to call it, your first response will be your answer: we usually will immediately respond with either, I don’t believe that, or I am not sure about that. Here is where you win it or lose it. You win it when you recognize that the response alone is loaded with doubt and disbelief: I don’t believe that. If you don’t believe that, why let someone talk you into doing it? This is where you lose it: once you allow someone to talk you into that which you just recognized by your verbal manifestation to be of doubt and disbelief, get ready to say the infamous words; I can’t believe that I allowed myself to be put in position for that to happen to me.” Our initial responses are our purest responses because they came before we were tampered with by the duress from others to change our minds. It is not difficult for us to be where we should be so that we will end up where the Father is, but we let not being sure have to much power over us. Trust yourself, you may not be sure of what you know, but you are sure of what you believe: it is usually the first true response that your good ground gives before any contamination mixes in with it. Oh, oh, oh, God has one main rule when it comes to identifying gray sin, you know, the sin that’s unclear, and that’s where all the trouble starts anyway. Yeah, we all know the black and white sins, and we still find a way to get mixed all up in the clear stuff. Here is the main rule of God concerning the gray sin: Romans 14:23, ” And he that doubteth is damned if he eat, because he eateth not of faith: for whatsoever is not of faith is sin.” Once you see your manifested response to the thing in question, you can trust what to do: if your first response is of doubt, don’t be talked into doing that which is not of faith because it is sin; and if your first response is of belief, then talk more about doing it to see how it fits what the Father has called you to do because if it is of faith, then it isn’t sin.
There is another main reason why your initial responses carry so much validity when it comes to faith discernment: Titus 1:15, “Unto the pure all things are pure: but unto them that are defiled and unbelieving is nothing pure; but even their mind and conscience is defiled.” Your initial response to a new plea is still pure for it has yet to be mixed with the bad. And when an initial response is approached by good, good recognizes good, but when an initial response is approached by that which is not good, it will not become one in agreement with it. So trust what you believe, and The Father Will Be Where You Will Be.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.