The reason why a relationship with Father produces ” The Outcome With The Fold Unknown” is because the word to produce that particular outcome would not have already been sent forth yet to the world, or to the individual in need of it at that time. We all know from scripture that in the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God: John 1:1-2, “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.” Here in the first verse we can see Jesus, the Word before he was made flesh, getting ready to be sent forth in the beginning to start the creation of the heaven and the earth. And also in this same verse we can see that this Word at the beginning of creation was also with God, the Father; and that this Word sent forth at the beginning of creation of the heaven and earth was also God. The reason why this Word sent forth was also God is because it was Jesus, and he would be made flesh later to dwell amongst us. This was a brilliant move on the part of the Father to hide Jesus from the Prince of this world as the Word, and to give the Word life unto itself to be able to make all things that were made: John 1:3, “All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” Now let’s don’t get to far ahead of ourselves here, there are a couple of things I want to leave very clear with you. Here you can see the image of God clearly: God as Spirit form, pre-Jesus, and God in both forms, post Jesus, Spirit form and Word made flesh form with access to the fulness of the Godhead three. And in this image of the Godhead, each personality is given life unto each’s own, while remaining the one God. Let’s just say for example that you took your own word, and you decided to give it life of its own to make manifest all that you sent it forth in the world to be. And then let’s say that you turned around, and did the same thing with all your might and your power: you decided to give your might and your power life of its own also, to move with all the word that you sent forth, and to assist the word in making to manifest all that you sent it forth to make manifest? So we have all of your word, your might, and your power insourced from all you; and each has been given life to itself to give life to any one or any thing according to your Will from all you, to do as though you were standing there giving the life to them yourself. Now that is the image of God. God did try that image with the first Adam, male and female, but later concluded that it was not good for the man to be alone: Genesis 2:18, “And the Lord God said, It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.” Now I can not go there today in this post, for it would be just too much to cover.
So in John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” Now instead of God just speaking his own word out to the world for him to go start making what he said into creation come to pass; he insourced his own word, and gave the word life unto himself to go forth to do the work: John 5:26, “For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to the Son to have life in himself.” And since the Son was the Word before he was made flesh, the life was with him since before the world was. You know, I like this image concept of the Father, and to bad it didn’t work out for the man when he tried it on Adam. I would’ve love to just say or send forth my word to cut my lawn, and then give it a life unto itself to just go do it according to my will in which my word would know so well. Then along with that, give my power and my might life unto themselves to move with my word when sent forth, and power that lawn mower across the grass while I oversee the two, word and spirit, with a now and then gaze away from the college football game of the week on Saturdays. I would gaze over from the game just to confirm that all of my unified me, insourced from me, are cutting the lawn in the same way that we would do it alone as one. You know how it is when you send forth your instructions by one who has a life of itself? Yeah, you know how the timing and the unexpected pop up calls can throw one off from time to time when one has life unto himself. I remember reading when Jesus received one of those pop up calls from his mom that hadn’t been scripted for that hour: John 2:4, “Jesus saith unto her, Woman, what have I to do with thee? mine hour is not yet come.” So what can you do having life unto yourself? It’s mom, go make the wine, and the Father will adjust the script, and let this wine making affair be your first miracle: The Outcome With The Fold Unknown! Since Jesus did know that this hour was not his to make wine, it stands to the belief that he did know when his hour was suppose to come for his first miracle. Then it also stands to the belief that he would know when to look for the his first miracle as he knew that his hour had come.
Let’s finish up the remainder of the scripture in which we began this post back up in the first paragraph: John 1:1-2, “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.” We committed the last two paragraphs to John 1:1, and to how the Father insourced his own Word, and his own Spirit to be sent forth at the beginning of the world to create the heaven and the earth. This is the place in God where we, you and me, have built our relationships with Jesus, and the Holy Ghost over the years as the Father have sent them into our world, and into our lives to bring to pass His Will. When the Father sends out his Word, and Spirit as he has done to us, we get to build relationship with them, Jesus and the Holy Ghost, as they come to spend time with us working to bring the Father’s Will to pass. In John 1:1, you can see why the Father is the last of the relationships that is built: all things sent forth by the Word to the world to be made, is made by the Word, with the assistance of the Holy Ghost: John 1:3, “All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made. In John 1:1, this is the area in the Godhead for which the Word, Jesus, was made for, and authorized to go forth; and not the Father, so you don’t work with him as much upfront. When we see in John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word,” we know that the Word is being sent to do the Will of creating the heaven and the earth; next in that same verse, “and the Word was with God,” we know that the Word sent came from the Will of the Father because it was with Him; and finally in that same verse, “and the Word was God,” here we know that the Word Jesus, and the sent forth Will of the Father are one and the same: the Will came from God, and the Word is the manifestation of that Will which was sent forth by the Father. When the Father sent forth from His Will to “let there be light,” the light in which was seen was the Word Jesus manifested: the Word was made the Will. John 1:1 is our relationship building time with Jesus, and the Holy Ghost. In the beginning to the world, is the beginning of Jesus as the Word, manifesting or making the truth of the Father be known: from the beginning as the Word was being made light, all the way up unto the time when the Word was being made flesh, we mainly deal with the script of Jesus sent forth by the Father.
So when should we expect to deal with the Father? You should expect to deal with the Father when the Word doesn’t do it for you. Now hear me clearly, I didn’t say when the Word couldn’t do it for you, but after you have exhausted the Word to full faith, and it doesn’t do it for you, then is when you may have some relationship building time with the Father. The time spent with the Father will not, and should not equal the time spent with Jesus. If you read up on the father of faith, Abraham, he’ll tell you that he spent much more time walking the word of the promises out, than he did hearing and seeing the promises come to pass. You and I will hear more faith coming from the Word, and move more with the Holy Ghost as He moves than we will receive from the Father initially. In order to receive more from the Father, the greater, one need to move through the truth of the Word sent at a faster pace than we do. We can not find the relationship with the Father in that which was sent, because Jesus has that covered; however, by process we can get to the Father once Jesus releases us to the Father. We do not just go to the Father, but when we are sent to him, then we can start to build a relationship with him based on trust. The Father will reveal things to us quicker at times if it is needed to be known ahead of the Word being sent. For example, it does not do as much for the faith of Peter for Jesus to tell him that he is the Son of God, as it did for Peter to have had it revealed to him by the Father. This allowed Jesus to confirm to Peter where the knowledge came from, and it also gave Peter foundation to build a relationship with the Father. This is another reason why you want to build a relationship with the Father whenever the opportunity is sent your way. Many already think that they have a strong relationship with Father, but most all of the relationship is more than likely with Jesus. The Will of the Father will be sent forth, and the order of that which is sent forth will usually start with the Word as Jesus will move on it to make it the Will manifested.
Look at John 1:2 again, and you will see why a visitation from the Father is a big deal, and one in which you want to build a relationship with him as you are allowed to by Him and Jesus. John 1:1-2, “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.” “The same was in the beginning with God.” Everything that was in John 1:1, in the beginning of the Word going forth, was there in John 1:2, at the very beginning with just God, but it has no Word going forth yet. The beginning in John 1:1, is not the same beginning as in John 1:2. The beginning in John 1 would be the beginning in Genesis 1, where the Word was sent forth to create the heaven and the earth. And in John 1:1, the Word became God when God sent forth the Word from His Will. Now in John 1:2, we have all the same things that were in the beginning spoken of in John 1:1, also in the beginning spoken of with God in John 1:2, but no Word is yet spoken of in John 1:2, but because of the Father alone, John 1:2 has the same as John 1:1. There is another beginning other than the beginning when the heaven and the earth was created, and the Word was sent forth to make all that was made. 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.” There was a beginning in which the Lord was with the Father before the World was, and it was before the Father sent forth His Will for the Word to be needed. John 1:18, “ No man hath seen God at any time, the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him.” In the beginning before Jesus was sent forth to create the heaven, and the earth, he was snugly tucked away in the bosom of the Father. And according to John 17:5, the Word had much glory with the Father before the world was. Here again is why we need to build relationship with Father: the Father has the same in the beginning with himself, even before the Word was ever sent forth, still in the bosom of the Father. The Father has the same, even without the Word being sent forth, because he already has the Word as a part of his vast Will long before he sent it forth by the Word. The Word sent forth is for our benefit so that we can know what the Father Will is for now. So the Word in John 1:1 sent forth to begin the creation of heaven and earth, was with the Father first in John 2:1 in his bosom before it was time to send the Word forth at the beginning of the world. The Father contains both Wills: the spoken and the unspoken; however, the Word sent forth only contains the spoken Will sent forth for now. The Father has answers in his vast Will in which we have no Word on yet, and that is why you want to have a relationship with Father. Peter walked with Jesus, but he received revelation from the Father. Of course you have to be in relationship with Jesus, but if you want more, you want to build a relationship with the Father. Plus the Godhead members present a different set of possibilities to the member in relationship. The time is now to get your greater possibilities: The Outcome With The Fold Unknown.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.