Don’t go marrying yourself to everyone that comes your way who is nice and kind. Everyone who you meet can be nice and kind to you, especially when they want to sabotage the meat that you eat: John 4:34, “Jesus saith unto them, My meat is to do the will of him that sent me, and to finish his work.” And when I speak of not marrying yourself to everyone that comes your way, I’m not speaking of the marriage in Holy Matrimony between a man and a woman; but I’m speaking of not yoking up, or bringing people into your inner circle just because they are nice and kind. I have not ran into a Judas who did not enter the circle being nice and kind up unto the disclosure of his true self. And don’t get me wrong, you will meet many nice, and kind people who have no intent of betraying you, but they also may have no way of being of help to you when it comes to eating your meat: doing the will of him that sent you, and to finish his work. Everyone that you meet will have his or her own meat to eat, and you can not afford to be locked down in a close relationship unequally yoked in the meat that you eat. When you want to be about your Father’s business, your new close relationship may pull on you to put your focus on mountain climbing on the other side of the world over the next two years. And if you need to be about the meat that you have to eat now, you don’t have time to consider the wants and needs of a relationship that wants you to be about eating a totally different meat than you need to be about eating at this time.
All relationships require that we fit, and compromise with one another in order to make them work. The main difference with all relationship has to do with the law only, because the same emotion, commitment, trust, and devotion is required regardless of the law. My daughter is my daughter before the age of eighteen, and she will be my daughter after the age of eighteen, so what is the hidden difference here that makes no difference? The law requires that I take care of her up until the age of eighteen, but the hidden difference here is that the law has nothing to do with the emotion, commitment, trust, and devotion that is given to her out of love: in our family relationships the law is hidden because it is not necessary in order for her mother and myself to take care of her. We are going to take care of her without the law ever having to come into play as is the case with most other family relationship. Let’s come at how other relationships will be handled the same way, even if the law is not there to enforce care, and closeness for a certain period of time. If we look at our non-family member best friend in many instances, these are some very close relationships, as some maybe even closer than a brother. However, there is no special law out there for a friend as there is for a child, spouse, or business partner, but the law has nothing to do with the emotion, commitment, trust, devotion, and love that are as strong as they can be in many of these best friend relationships; for these are all there even without a statutory time of law there to make us provide this stuff to each other as friends.
So here is the point in this post concerning relationships, “You Fit In With The Father, And Let Him Fit Everyone Else In With You.” When you are next level sons and daughters, you will not have time to do your years of due diligence of who is a good fit for you to welcome into your already weeded out circle of primetime members who are ready to support you in the meat that you eat. Once you have been put on track by the Father, with the team that you have to go forth about your Father’s business, you must stay focused on his business to fit it in. And in the mean time as life goes on and you come across people that have an interest in your lives, you must keep your fit with the Father’s work, and let the Father be the one that fits anyone else in with you. Once you are moving and grooving with the Father, only the Father can select new additions to your circle who will not bring another meat to you to eat as you spend the emotion, devotion, and such on them with time that you do not have to give to the wrong fit. It is okay to associate, and be around people thank God, but to bring them into your midst without the Father’s direction, will be costly to you beyond imagination. Take a brief look at how the Bible talks about the distraction of the marriage relationship, and you will understand what a distraction any other relationship can be if it is not the fit that you need: 1 Corinthians 7:32-33, But I would have you without carefulness. He that is unmarried careth for the things that belong to the Lord, how he may please the Lord:33 But he that is married careth for the things that are of the world, how he may please his wife.” When you are in a relationship, you will care for the things of that are of the spouse, children, relatives, business partners, and yes, the best friend. So it is all good now how we have weened out others over the years to keep close the relationships that help us in our being about the business of the Father. Now as we move on to keep our fit with the Father, we must trust the Father to fit everyone else in with us if we hope to stay on our path; and let’s not have one to sneak in on us, all kind and nice, to take us off our course. We can not be fooled by one of the enemy’s all time favorite moves from the past, and into the future, the sneaking in of the Judas.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.