The difference between in being jiffy, and in being iffy is about the J. If you take the J away from jiffy, you will also have iffy. So how about it? How is your amount of J doing in the Father? And if the truth be known, we are all iffy in whatever we do, if we do not have the J: there is nothing that we can take on and be for certain with full faith if we do not have the J. What is, or should I say, who is the J in jiffy with the ability to make an iffy into a jiffy? If you do not have the necessary degree of Jesus (J) working in you, anything in which you want to work with the Father will remain an iffy to you. First of all, we have to do work with the Father in order to bring most of the things hoped for to a finish, and we hope to do it in a jiffy. John 5:17, “But Jesus answered them, My Father worketh hitherto, and I work.” There will be many times in which the Father will worketh hitherto, and you will need to work with him. And when these opportunities do come to work with the Father, you will definitely need to have the right amount of J working with you, or it will be a complete iffy on your part to get any work done with the Father. There are things that can be done without the Father, especially if they do not require any special changes in the times and seasons, because the Father hath put those in his own power: Acts 1:7, “And he said unto them, It is not for you to know the times or the seasons, which the Father hath put in his own power.” So if you are in the middle of figuring out if you are jiffy or iffy with the Father, let me help you get to the end of your figuring; and I will make it easy for you to figure. Here’s what you need to know and not figure. In anything that you do, make sure you do it with the J (Jesus) making his two cents be the cents that carries the weight in the consideration. If you make it prime, routine, habitual, or whatever it is that makes you understand this; that all things in which you do, you want to do them with Jesus being the one that you run your offense through. In other words, when you have something that you hope for: his will, a need, and/or your desire; make sure to get the thing to Jesus for consideration, and let him determine the offensive move or play that you should make next. If you make it your code or faith to do this, then you will always have enough J to be jiffy in your work, and not be concern about any of your work coming up iffy.
I Mean Are You Jiffy Or Iffy In The Father, is not really a question, but more a rhetorical membership password linking what should be already linked. It should be like a 101 driving permit test, or walking in the word permit test like before one is giving a drivers license to lawfully drive a car. And the 101 is just school talk for the easiest course in that curriculum. I believe knowing that Jesus must be included in all things you hoped for is just the first, and easiest thing to know before being put out on the spiritual road all alone to walk in the word. Yeah, it sounds so easy to not mess up, but like messing up fried chicken, believe it or not, it happens all the time. And if including Jesus in all that we do was so easy to do, then we would be living at a totally different level in the world in Christ than currently being experienced by most Christians; especially since God is no respecter of persons, and faith would just raise those that are not, as cream rises to the top. And when it comes to the one who the Father trust, and is well pleased with, you will want to have everything you do touched by Jesus, the Word. And why, I can only wonder who would ask such: John 1:3-4,” 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.” All things that are made by the Word has a hundred percent chance of being rewarded the victory by the Father when they include the Word: so if you want to be Jiffy, and not Iffy in all you do, you want to do it in the J, the Word. Oh, oh, oh, and by the way, in order to get to the Father, and not be iffy, you have to come to the Son first: John 14:6, “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” I Mean Are You Jiffy Or Iffy In The Father? That’s the linking to the link!
And we all know that the Father can speak when he wants to or needs to, for the proud PAPA came front and center at the baptism of his only begotten Son with a loving outburst, as the cuzz and Prophet, John the Baptist, Baptised Jesus: Matthew 3:17, “And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased.” So have you ever wondered why God made the Word his mouth piece to bring forth much, if not all of his Will to the world? A big part of it is clear, as the Word is basically sent forth when the Father is ready for the world to receive from his Will now. We know that before the World was, there was his Will, but it was not spoken to the world until in the beginning. The Word was sent forth to speak the Father’s Will at the beginning of the world when the time for it had come. The Father always has a vast amount of Will that is unknown, and it remains unknown until the Father sends it forth by his Word. The Will and the Word are the same, together, and God; but there is one difference that make the Will greater: it is just a lot more of it that has yet to come forth. The Word is the Will sent forth: and here they are equal; however, there is much Will not yet sent forth, but this Will not yet sent forth is with the Father making him the greater. And in order to get to this greater not yet spoken and sent forth Will, you have to come first to the Will which is spoken, and sent forth. There is a lot within the Will already spoken and sent forth in which you will have to exhaust first in order to have a case to come to the Father with addition. And with everything being made, made by the Word, we are not allowed to just change the Word, whether to add or take away from it: Deuteronomy 4:2, “Ye shall not add unto the Word which I command you, neither shall ye diminish ought from it, that ye may keep the commandments of the Lord your God which I command you.” And here is another piece of it all in which the unspoken Will, which is with the Father, makes him greater than the spoken Will which is with the Word. The Word for all spiritual purposes, has no power to change itself, for it is the Father’s truth; however, the Father for all spiritual purposes, can send forth a change to his Will because his Will is the subject at hand at all times, and the Word is mainly the means used to express the Will of the Father to the world at all times: revealed, written, or spoken. I am sure without a doubt that Hezekiah is one of the many of us, who is so glad that the times and the seasons were not in the power of the Word, but in the Father’s own power, the Will. If the power of the Will was final in the Word sent forth, well Hezekiah, you can’t go changing the Word, because you have to go through it first, then if need be, you can see what’s up with the Father. And now after Hezekiah received the Word that he would die soon came through, he went to the Father to see what was up, and it just happened that the Father’s Will gave up fifteen more years to Hezekiah. And I Mean, Are You Jiffy Or Iffy In The Father?
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.