When what was said, is not heard as what was meant, then you will have faith with no intent. I even teach and train my kids how to communicate clearly, and with intent to insure that the communicating parties are leaving with the same understanding. I will also at times, with intent, respond back to them with an answer in the neighborhood of the correct answer, but making sure that the response is not the correct one. And when I’m doing this, I am watching their expressions, and spontaneous gestures one to another to pair with their verbal response for the answer. When someone hears a response that is not correct, and they have it in them already to know what is correct, they will give off some type of gesture or look to inform all parties that something is not sitting right. And the one with the good skills will pick up on it, and will then come back to confirm what was said to make sure all heard is what was meant. We hear things all the times when communicating that do not carry the meaning being communicated to us, but we continue on with the misheard, and we end up getting the unintended. We should just know when communicating to always keep our eye out, and our ear in for the signs of miscommunications. One of the great alerts of miscommunications, and you really can not ask for a better one, is when something is said to another that should generate an expected response, but you get nothing. Now something is missing there, and the one expecting a response, should immediately follow up to find out what’s missing.
And here is the thing, when you hear in part, you have faith in part. So one may ask, how do you have faith in part, when you hear in part? Well, faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the Word of God. Say you and your prayer partner have been in prayer for a while for this thing hoped for; and therefore, you both have been pulling all your faith from your anchor word of God: let’s say that it is from Philippians 4:19, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” This is a very powerful anchor Word for two to stand on together as one, but you must keep in mind that most of your faith substance will come from the branches of this anchored word. We will not just only hear the anchored scripture, for it is there to keep you properly anchored so that you will not drift off away from where your hope should be. There will be many branch words coming your way in support of the anchored word of God, and you must communicate them fully so that they can be heard by your partner. The branch words, words that identify the substance to dress the anchor word, will need to be heard fully, and not in part, in order to get the full faith to dress your anchored word in to manifest that which you hoped for. Now see this, anchor word: shall supply all your need, shall supply all your need, shall supply all your need; by the word of God: now faith cometh, now faith cometh, now faith cometh; branch word: the supply man is leaving your package at three O’clock today, the supply man is leaving your package at three O’clock today, the supply man is leaving your package at three O’clock today. Now let’s communicate one prayer partner to another: When You Hear In Part, You Have Faith In Part. The branch word to move on to bring to pass that which you hoped for is “the supply man is leaving your package at three O’clock today. We now need to make sure that we don’t miscommunicate, or mishear what was said so that what is meant is what was sent, in order to not have faith in part. Can you imagine given your prayer partner a branch word that said this, “the supply man is leaving your packages in three days,” when it is needed by tomorrow? Oh how the faith that cometh hath fallen by a misspoken word.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.