When the Father ate our whole roll, he knew that it was the only way to save us from our own sins, and to show us how much he so loved us. So he sent Jesus to clear up our rolled up account, and the Kingdom ate the balance owed by all as Jesus paid up our price in full with his death on the cross. On the other hand, if we would eat the Father’s whole roll, we would experience the love that he had for us in the first place, that moved him to want to save us: as his love for us is in his roll, or his Word. The Father is not like the man, the man will break his commitment to keep all that he has begotten, or has brought about; and the Father will show his commitment even if he has to give up his only begotten, or that he has brought about. The roll of man coming from the will of man, may just be a wardrobe malfunction, and that will be replaced in the new birth: not the birth from being lost to sin, and then turning your life over to Christ; but the birth as from the dead as Jesus was the firstborn of the resurrection in which his physical body was raised to new life. This body we have now will not be going to heaven, but we will follow suit after Jesus to rise from the dead, or from this dead body, into the new creation. Jesus also gives us a great indication of why the roll, or the words of our will, has often led us down the path of unrighteousness while in this current physical form. Let’s go ahead and lay the one thing out there, that all Christians have no problem with believing, and are even willing to claim to know; and that is Jesus lived a sin free life. I know that Jesus had that one explosion over there in John 2:26, where they had made his Father’s house an house of merchandise. Now can you imagine coming over to your own father’s house for a visit down childhood memory lane, and to find all these strangers there setting up shop in each room in your father’s house, to sell their goods to more strangers, in your father’s house? Well, I for one, think that Jesus handled himself pretty good considering the gravity of the situation: you know, strangers in his Father’s house, making a market out of the Temple. That’s A No No!
Anyway, this is how Jesus sees this flesh wardrobe that we are prisoners to for now; and as far as he is concerned, it intends on doing no good thing for us. Therefore, if the Father needs good things to happen, and this wardrobe means for no good things to happen, then the control center, your will rolling letting the Father’s Will rolling be done, must make it do the good thing. Check out what the sin free Jesus did say about this wardrobe when confronted by one meaning him no harm at the time; and it does seems like he ruffled Jesus’ feathers a little bit with this forthcoming statement. Matthew 19:16-17, “And, behold, one came and said unto him, Good Master, what good thing shall I do, that I may have eternal life? 17 And he said unto him, Why callest thou me good? there is none good but one, that is, God: but if thou wilt enter into life, keep the commandments.” Here is where we get the indication that the wardrobe has a lot to do with none being good. And this is coming with Jesus, who is living a sin free life while doing the Will of the Father to a well pleasing degree, while including himself as being amongst the ones where there are none good. What does this tell me? This tells me to look for what is different, and to look for what is the same between the seen God, Jesus, and the unseen God, the Father; and I will be left with why Jesus himself can not include himself as one being good. And since Jesus says that there are none good, meaning this is not exclusive, the resulting answer of what makes the Father, and Jesus different at the time of this statement must be something that Jesus and all others outside of the Father have in common. Let’s start with the Father: Numbers 23:19, “God is not a man, that he should lie; neither the son of man, that he should repent: hath he said, and shall he not do it? or hath he spoken, and shall he not make it good?” And, John 4:24, “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” I believe that we have what we need here to understand how Jesus can say that he is at that time, as we still are, as being one amongst the none good, except for God, the Father. The difference is that the Father is not a man, nor the son of man, and everyone else, including Jesus is son of man. The Father is a Spirit, so unlike all of those including Jesus, the Father does not wear this flesh suit in which all of us wear; and therefore, it is the only thing that we have in common with Jesus, in which we and Jesus at that time did not share with the Father. So for as long as we are in this flesh wardrobe; and FYI, Jesus has his new body now after resurrection, we are going to have to make this wardrobe act accordingly, and not malfunction on us for our purposes. And bear in mind, it is just acting A Okay from its perspective, as it wants what it wants when it wants it. Yeah, sounds just fleshy right. So to make it act right you gotta ask yourself the question: The Father Ate Our Whole Roll, Why Not Eat His? Now Go And Keep His Commandments, And Eat His Whole Roll To Have The None Good Act The Way You Will It.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.