We all know that it was God who came up with the work still in progress to make man in their own image, after their likeness: Genesis 1:26, “And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.” And he keeps me learning my grammar over and over in that I have to go back and fix my single pronouns to line up with his plural pronouns: like at the end of a movie, he wants to put all involved in the list of credits. I know, and you know, that God is one unified God; however, when God himself leads off in Genesis 1:26 with, Let us make man, there is the problem with using the single pronoun: there is no single pronoun, as in one person, that has an us in it to identify with that lead off. And you can see just how detailed the Father is in that he wants to make sure every part of him is in agreement with the motion on the floor. If one didn’t know any better, one would be asking the question, why did the one God say let us, and not me, make the man? Ok ok, I got a minute to spread some love over on this one. First of all, let me scripturally show you how God classifies himself, and then you’ll be ready to work better with him on faith operations in the future. John 1:1-4, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.2 The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. 4 In him was life; and the life was the light of men.” God does not classify himself as a one part, one unit type entity, but he classifies himself by his Godheads, will all Godheads making up his one unit. You see, in the beginning was the Word Godhead, and this Word Godhead was with God in the bosom of the same. This Word Godhead was God in both the bosom as well as with God in the primary unit; still making both be in the one same unit of the one God. The Will of God from God, and the Word of God being God, are two different Godheads of the one God, but carrying two different functions of God. So how can the Word in the bosom, and the Word out of the bosom be the same God, and yet have different functions? Well, we know that in the beginning was the Word, right? But in the beginning of what? In the beginning of creation was the Word, and we know from Jesus that this same Word was there before the beginning, before the world was: John 17:5, “And now, O Father, glorify thou me with thine own self with the glory which I had with thee before the world was.” Here is where you can clearly see the difference between the two different functions, in the bosom of God, and in God. Although Jesus the Word not made flesh yet was there in the bosom, the Word was not sent forth until in the beginning: the Word began the beginning by being sent forth. This was the function of the bosom Word, to lay in the bosom until it was time for him to go create the heavens and the earth. And remember John 1:3, All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.”
And the other Godhead’s function that differ from the Word in the bosom, was to contain the vast Will of God. The Father hid Jesus in the Word before the world was in order to hide him from the prince of the world, and Jesus just stayed in the bosom protected until time came for him to be sent forth. Here is what you need to know about the bosom Word, the bosom Word is the Word from the Will of God that is ready to be put on the clock: now faith is. The thing that differs between the Word that is God, and the God in which the Word being God was with, is the Will. The Will of God is all of God, the greater of God, the known and the unknown of God. The Word is the Will of God that is sent forth for us to know the Will which is now on the clock. The Will of God, and the Word of God is always one and the same because the Word of God is just the Will that is ready for work. The Word was in the beginning because we heard what the Father sent forth to get creation started. If the Word is not sent forth, there is still the Will, but there is no Will to do if there is no Word telling us what Will to do. And because there was nothing that was made, made without the Word; hence forth the statement by God to let us make man: the man can’t be made by the Will only, so the Word, and the Spirit had to be in agreement also. Then there is man, the other reason, why God had to have a his whole self meeting if you will, to make sure that the Will, the Word, and the Spirit of God were all on the same page. God has given the Godhead all life within themselves, and man may keep running the Word instead of stepping out of the Word into the next move of the Spirit. This is why we are a work in progress, we too have to flow as one according to the Will of God. I have seen times when the Spirit moved on the Word to provide a faith substance to bring to pass that in which the person hoped for; however, the person fell back to produce the new life from more Word, and didn’t step forward to complete the move from the life produced from the move of the Spirit on the already existing Word. If we prematurely go to another Word, it has a life of its own, and it will produce what it has to give. If we say let there be light, and the Spirit moves, move with the Spirit to have that light. We have to have faith in season by trusting the move of God, and Let Us Make Man, to have dominion over our lives.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body God.