There are many members of the Body of Christ who were not at birth, born as a member of the Body of Christ. And if I had to make a spiritually educated guess on the percentage of members who at birth were not already a member of the Body of Christ, I would have to say somewhere around one hundred percent. Now don’t hold me to that percentage number just yet, for I haven’t had the chance to update my figures with the results from all of the births from today. We do expect that if things continue as they have over the past centuries, our numbers will remain unchanged. One does not become a member of the Body of Christ just by being born into the world. It is not like being born into the royal family, as on the day of birth, the newborn is already a member of the royal family with all things being equal. We could say that most of us might as well have been born already a member of the Body of Christ at birth, if you were to base all of our life activities from birth up to teenage and/or young adult hood. It was because of our parents or guardians, who were already members of the Body of Christ when we were born, in which we got our start, and foundation. This is how we learn from a child on up what it means to be a member of the Body of Christ before we were old enough to understand it for ourselves. Then that day eventually comes for all of us at different ages, but at the age to where we can stand as a member of the Body of Christ of our own free will. And right there is the reason why we are not just born into the world as a member of the Body of Christ: there is really no certain age requirement to be a member of the Body of Christ, but you must be a member of your own free will as you become of the age of accountability to believe on the name of Jesus, and to have the faith to say it loud, I believe in Jesus. lol. There I go again. And think about it, there was not even a Body of Christ for Jesus to be born into as a man because he had not become of age to establish his Body of which he is the head. And it goes without saying, that none of the original members of the body of Christ, the Apostles, at birth were born as members of the Body of Christ.
So what do all of the members of the Body of Christ, from the establishment of the Kingdom of heaven on the earth by Jesus, up until now all have in common with each other, including Jesus? Boy, it’s scary to think that we “all” at one time have had something in common with my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. I’m thinking maybe a very few selective special people, but all, I have to think about that again. And I am not just talking about all being adopted sons and daughters of the Father with Jesus being the only begotten Son. No, I am speaking of how we all had made a life for ourselves before we became members of the Body of Christ. And even with Jesus being the Son of God, and desiring to be about his Father’s business at the age of twelve, he had a whole different type of life once it became time for him to do the Will of his Father, than the life that he had made for himself before he started his ministry and established the Church. The same was true for the original Apostles, as well as for many of Jesus’ loyal disciples, such as the namesake women, M & M, who wiped Jesus’ anointed feet with their hair: they all had made a life for them selves before they followed Jesus and became members of the Church. The young babies and children that are not of the age of accountability, yet are even making a life for themselves at their young age. Their lives will be made different once they begin to know who Christ is as members of his Body, and to understand what faith and having their own free will is all about. And now we the adults, and mature members of the Body of Christ in our present state, we had made a life of some type for ourselves also before we found the Lord, and received him into our lives as Lord and Savior. It has been each of our Goal to mature and develop in Christ, and to have our lives made into that which is pleasing in God’s sight through the renewing of our minds. And we are going through the same process in which Jesus went through, but his was more compact in the interest of his short time spent on the earth. Jesus still had to fulfill the law as it was written at that time before he changed it with his life. Now we who are of the age of accountability, and have the free will over our lives, are fulfilling the Word as we make our lives to be the best that they can be according to the Will of God.
Now just like with Jesus, and just like with the Apostles and loyal disciples, here we are preparing ourselves for that day to come where “The Father Makes The Life You Make Better!” Remember how Jesus was about thirty years old before he began his ministry of miracles, and this is Jesus, but even Jesus had to stay in position to finish up every iota of the scripture as he moved along closer to the cross. The Apostles had been given the Word from Jesus himself, but the Will was to remain in Jerusalem until they were endued with power before they moved away from Jerusalem to the rest of the world. You and I have matured in the Word, and some of us are further along in working with the Holy Ghost, and his power, but we all are making our lives stronger in the lord as we move closer to that in which the Father has called us to do. Then the hour cometh for Jesus, for the Apostles, and for you and me to do what we came to do. The Word part has been received fully and understood; the power of the Holy Ghost has been received for us to do battle and profit withal; and now the part that every faith operation looks to attain, each and every time a new operation begins, the hour for you is at hand for the arrival of the Father. Now since Jesus, the Apostles, and you and I have processed through the Word, and operated in the power of the Holy Ghost to be positioned, the Father will now arrive to finish up his part of the Godhead. The Father who holds the times and the seasons in his hand, will now show up with the cross season for Jesus to step into of his own free will, and Jesus will do this regardless of Peter trying to step in by cutting off the soldier’s ear. Jesus is ready to accomplish that in which he came to do: so entering into the Will of The Father Makes The Life that Jesus Make Better! The Father will also show up with the time and season to leave Jerusalem for the Apostles, they didn’t move as quickly as Jesus did, but the Apostles finally did step into it of there own free will to leave Jerusalem and go to the world: so entering into the Will of The Father Makes The Life that the Apostles Make Better! The Father who also holds our times and seasons in his hand is now showing up with the times and the seasons of the Will in which he has called us to do who are ready. Now regardless who is around you, it is not for them to decide if you should step into your time and season, but it is for you to decide of your own free will if you have the faith and trust in the Father to step into what you see, and now know that the time has come for you to do. This is a process that comes around in circles, and if the process sheds the Father into the life that you make, you don’t want to let the process shed you by. There is not telling how long it might take you, not God, to process back through the faith process of this one operation again. So when the Father shows up in the life that you make with your times and your seasons in which you will see with your eyes, there is but one thing for you to let him do: so let the Will of The Father Make The Life that you Make Better!
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good!