I will continue to talk about how important it is that we build strong relationships with all three members of the Godhead: the Father (the Will), the Son (the Word) and the Holy Ghost (the Power). It isn’t really a choice for us to make or even ponder over, but it is merely a matter of us accepting what is. And now the question that should follow should be: what’s exactly, what is? Well, I am glad that you ask. So first of all the Father is pleased with what is: Colossians 1:19, “For it pleased the Father that in him should all fulness dwell;” In Christ Jesus all fulness of God dwells, and that’s how the Father wants it. It is not given to us any weight to cast a vote or change the way the Father is doing this. The Father is the greater at Heavens table, and in this case there is no one else left that sits above this table to change what is. So we are left to only accept what is. And second of all we need to look at how we fit into, as I called it, what is: Colossians 2:9-10, “For in him dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead bodily. 10 And ye are complete in him, which is the head of all principality and power.” In this scripture we can see that the fulness of God wasn’t just given to the head, Christ Jesus, but it was also given to him bodily. Now things doesn’t get any clearer than this when looking through Spiritual glass: we fit into this because we make up the bodily. It doesn’t matter if the body of Christ, beginning with the head and his twelve plus, unto it’s growth under the same head and his now 2.6 billion plus, no matter the body size or shape, the fulness dwells in it bodily, as a whole. Once you and I accepted Jesus into our lives as our Lord and Savior, we became a part of the bodily, the whole. And to help us manage along the way, the Father was thoughtful enough to segment the fulness of God for us to know the fulness, as in to build a relationship with each segment, or Godhead. Here you should be able to see why I said we just have to accept what is: the Father set up a system and a process so that we can have access in a operational way with the fulness of God in order to work with it to our advantage. And if we are going to work with the fulness of God in segments, known as the Godhead, we are going to have to know how to work with them in order to link them together as the one God in which they are. The Father could have just let the fulness be, as it was at the beginning: remember, let there be light, and there was light, like right then. It’s no way that you and I can keep up with right then speed unless it is bottled or God Head up for us to keep up while we build a relationship with the God Head member. So we have the fulness of God, by the God head, in order for us to have access to it: welcome to what is.
Father Is The Link In The God Head That We Are Missing, but the other two links, the Son and the Holy Ghost, are the foundations that allow us to link to the Father by the God Head as we are in bodily form. The Father is now the focused member of the God Head because the Body has grown and developed into maturity: the God Head member areas of the Son through the Word as well as in the Holy Ghost through the Body working in the Gifts have developed relationships with both. It is because of the lack of building a relationship with the Father that we are not complete in the fulness of God has we need to be. We members of the Body of Christ as a whole believe in the Son through his Word whole heartily, and are willing to go to the extreme to show our faith and trust in him. Many of the members will say that they are willing to do the same for the Father, but for the most part they really know not what they say. Standing strong believing in Jesus to fulfil his Word is a whole different thing than standing strong believing in Father to fulfil his Will. Most members of the Body believe that we are talking one in the same when we say the Word, and the Will. They both shine light to the same destination, but the difference is that the Word is heading to the destination, whereas the will is the destination. The difference between the two is why we have to build a relationship with both. One is how we get there, and the other is when we get there; and they both require a different type of faith to accomplish each.
The relationship with Jesus in the Word, will tend to provide the necessary faith for you to make you move if you have an ear to hear it: Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” One can be sitting down all chilling with no plans for the evening, but still have that Word of God in the hip pocket, and all of the sudden hear, see, or sense something; I call it sensory faith because it came to move you to move that Word of God that you been believing and standing on. The Word has always had a life unto itself; and when the time comes for it to move, it will bring the faith to move you if you have an ear to hear it when it comes. So that’s the relationship with the Word in Jesus in which the Body of Christ as a whole has a high degree of maturity: when that Word brings faith to move you to move the substance for that Word toward the destination of the Will, the members know pretty much to move when the faith that comes moves. So we are good in the Word area for the most part. However, when it comes to the Will of the Father, there is but one faith, and I call it no sensory faith. Unlike the Word from Jesus that will require I sense, see or hear, the faith by the Word of God that cometh to move me to move on the substance to head toward the Will of Father. Once I see the hour at hand for the Will to show up, this relationship requires that I know to step into it for there will be no faith that cometh to move me. One will not be motivated by faith to sacrifice Isaac, or to go with the soldiers to the cross to die except by a relationship that knows: we don’t require faith and hope when we know. Jesus knew that the Father always hears him: there was no hope needed at that level of the relationship. What level of knowing will your relationship be. Many members miss the move of the Father because they miss the faith that comes with the Word to move them. Your relationship with the Father is a will denying battle where you do what you got to do to enter into it: you can have sweat like drops of blood if that what it takes. The Will of the Father gives no sensory perception for when to move because when you move with the Father it is not about what comes to move you, but its about what you know you need to just do over your will to do his Will. The Word relationship will call on faith from options, the Will relationship will call on your will to die for the one option that is left which was started out by the Word back at the start of the fulness process. I will talk more on the Father relationship in tomorrow’s post, and how the Holy Ghost sets it all up for you to just do it, or not do it.
The Father Still does Love To Do The Body Good.
There is one or two things usually required of you once your walk in the Word is momentarily stopped: the Word will continue to come to full faith as it awaits more substance to come for you to extend into; or if that particular Word has been walked to full faith by you, it will be moved onto by the Holy Ghost to position that Word to be moved closer to that hoped for as its truth moves onward toward Father. This movement on a standing Word at full faith is usually the beginning of building the next relationship with the Holy Ghost on this particular Word. Then the process continues until the Holy Ghost finishes its process on that same Word to move it onward toward the Father. We will go on through these processes at lower levels for a while through many repetitions until we establish a relationship in which we trust with each member of the Godhead. We will make the link unto Father in the next post: The Truth Marches Onwards, Back To Father.
The Truth Marches Onward, Back to Father.