When things are all out of order, and you don’t know where to go, who are you going to call? That’s right, call the Father, and he will help you. Sometimes we allow wild weeds to run crazy through out our lives because we did not trim, dress, and keep them. We do not live in the Garden of Eden where there was a useful purpose for all that grew; where Adam only had to dress it and to keep it. In the world, which is no garden, everything that can grow on you, will grow on you if you let it: so trim, trim, and more trim; and then dress and keep that in which you need. I have come to learn that it is not because of lack of desire that many members of the Body get over taken by the wild weeds in their lives, but it is because of not knowing what should or should not be allowed to grow is the problem: it comes right down to the skill level, and the understanding of what God called each of us to do. This walk in Christ is no company picnic; oh no no no, but it can be fun if you approach it from the perspective that you have already won. Once your faith operation is driven by the right attitude, then you can drive your walk in Christ anywhere you need it to be. Do you think that God says something like this to you if he is not very serious about his business: Luke 14:26, “If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.” It’s ok for you to love all of those people, but only if you love the Father even more. Jesus loved all of his people, but he went on to the cross first to take care of the one he loved the most of all, the Father. After all of these years, and from prior experience, his mom had to now know, and understand that Jesus must be about his Father’s business first and foremost. And then there came a last minute opportunity to take care of his business from the cross, and he took it: John 19:26-27, “Jesus therefore saw his mother, and the disciple standing by, whom he loved, he saith unto his mother, Woman, behold thy son! Then saith he to the disciple, Behold thy mother! And from that hour that disciple took her unto his own home.” Once you trim, trim, trim, and take care of the Father’s business, you may just look up and see that there is a way standing close by just waiting for you to take it: now you just take, take, take, take, and take care of your business as Jesus did his business with his mother.
So how does all of this dis-order of wild weeds first began to run wild to where the Father is needed to “Order Your Life To, Atten-Hut,” Again? We always lose it when we give out attention to that which is not part of the plan. It may seem right, and it may seem nice, but that is how it gets planted into you life and just start to grow, grow, grow, and grow wildly. I know that it is difficult at times to really know what should get your attention, and what should get your trim, trim, trim as you try to keep it all at attention. And what happens to things that just run wild is that they have no place to run to, so they can only bring to you dis-order to your life. And once we get to this point, who are you going to call, the Father: The Father Can Order Your Life To, Atten-Hut, Again. The Father has your times and seasons in his own power to where he may just end some things for you by moving you into a whole new area if the dis-order is that bad. A change in seasons has a lot to do with what you will do if the new season begins: if you are going to do the same in the new season as you did in the previous season; and why should the Father end it becomes the question? The best thing to do is to immediately show the Father that you will be about his business this time around, and begin to show that you are beginning now as a measure of good will and trust. So to begin to come to attention now in the current season, begin to trim anything that is not a part of the current plan. And you know to trim it because it is not a part of the current plan, as you look to see if it has any faith substance in it that matches the Word in which you are standing on. We mentioned this earlier, it can be a nice program, and it could be a nice gesture by you to show up to support someone; but if it does not have any substance in it to support the Word in process, it is a potential wild weed just waiting to be planted by your niceness. Now imagine planting many potential wild seeds several times while you are in the midst of a faith operation. There will be no order to attention because of their wild growth, and the Word in the faith operation will not get the attention needed to walk it out. Now you will indeed need help to clear things out, and not just spiritually, but by now there will also be natural dis-order in the midst also. And to be honest, I don’t ever wait this far along in the process, I have the Father on it early in the process; plus as you become more skilled in faith operations, you will be like the always beautiful house on the corner, everything will be just fine as it is when things just come to attention: Now The Father Can Order Your Life To, Atten-Hut, Again.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.