The Spirit of the Son helps us to keep the Word, and the Spirit of the Father helps us to keep the truth of the Word. There are major differences in keeping the Word, and keeping the “truth” of the Word. The Word is clear on its directions, and we need only to believe what it says in order for our hope to keep the Word alive. For example, the Word to keep is that “I will supply all of your needs.” The Spirit of the Son will include obedience, hope, and faith to keep that Word alive, and not let you so easily stray away from it. So you are able to keep that Word alive as you continue to walk it out. The thing about keeping the Word is that you don’t have to wonder if God be willing to do it: the only reason that the Word was sent forth in the first place was because he be willing to do it. I have not found too many places in scripture, if any, where Jesus prayed to Father to initiate doing something. Now I can find many places in scripture where Jesus prayed to the Father on keeping the “truth” of the Word. When Jesus, the Word himself made flesh, wanted to feed the five thousand, he did not first say, Father if you be willing, we will feed your people. No, Jesus already knows the “Word” on that, being that he is the Word; therefore, he doesn’t need the Father to confirm the “Word” already sent forth. You and I don’t need to know if God be willing concerning any “Word” that he has already sent forth. So when it came to feeding the five thousand, Jesus already knew, and now with the written word, and any rhema or revealed word already sent forth on the matter, you and I already know the answer also without having to ask. You see the difference now in keeping the Word, and in keeping the truth of the Word? We already know the Word: Philippians 4:19, 19 But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” I already know that this is God’s word toward any need that I may have, and now I just have to keep it until it comes to pass. The Spirit of the Son is in our heart to help keep that Word: John 5:19, “Then answered Jesus and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do: for what things soever he doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise.” In order for us to do what we need to keep the Word, we need the Spirit of the one who knows how to connect that Word with the truth as he seeth the Father doing the truth.
So when do we see Father doing the truth? When we see the path to the truth unfolding before our eyes. The word for example, 1 Peter 2:24, “Who his own self bare our sins in his own body on the tree, that we, being dead to sins, should live unto righteousness: by whose stripes ye were healed.” This is one of those scriptures in which you can stand on if you need a healing, and we already know the answer; by whose stripes ye were healed. Here again, we already know that we were healed, but now we need to know how to keep the truth of the word to where we walk in the actual healing. The Spirit of the Son in our heart is crucial because the Son has been there and done it all: now he can help us go through all that we must do to keep the Word. Again, Jesus didn’t ask if God be willing to heal or raise Lazarus from the dead, because he already knew that the Father be willing that he be healed or raised from the dead. The thing that the Spirit of the Son does is to see the how to connection from the Spirit of the Father. We may know that the Father be willing to do a thing, but we need to know the truth of how he is going to actually do the thing. Jesus didn’t jump up and run to the hospital immediately as so many Pastors would do, and it’s usually the right thing to do Pastors; however, there would be no healings or raising Lazarus from the hospital bed or grave in the first three days because it is not part of the Father’s truth or Will just yet. We walk in the Word many times with no results only because we moved outside of the truth for that word. Yes the Father wanted Lazarus to be healed or raised as the Word already states, but now we need to know what is the truth to the Word before we fail at out healing attempt. John 4:24, “God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth.” Remember this for yourself, there are always going to be options, but there is one option at each check point that leads to the truth of the Father’s Will. Once you have the truth, then you can connect with Father to bring it to pass. So yes, the Word given is where you start, but the process to the truth is what you will be looking to follow. Father’s Heart And Father’s Spirit.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.