We all would make for a better creation, if we would let the handling and caring of our creation, remain in the loving hands of the creator as it was intended to be. The thing that throws us off track is the fact that we are already created, but we forget that our creation is three fold. The first fold is the obvious one at birth which is the extension from the beginning when God made man. The second fold is the one where we seem to run into problems. When we are born, we are all born sinners. So the creature from that creation in which we were born as, will have to be made into a new creature once we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior sometime down the road after we grow enough in maturity to understand. When that day does come, we need to remember that receiving Jesus is our day to begin again. We now have a clean slate, and we will now begin to write our slate again. This is where we need strong leadership in our lives to help us remain in the loving hands of the creator, and not to just run off to do our own thing once we become saved. We need to understand that we will now begin to become a new creature, and not be under the impression that this had already happened. 2 Corinthians 5:17,“Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.” This is the verse that can give us the impression that we have already become a new creature; however, this verse clearly tells us that the old things are now off the books forever, and now lets go handle life operating under new management for a new outcome. When we now operate all things under the new management, old things as well as new things become new, and we become the new creature along the way during this process. You see, 2 Corinthians 5:17 is the “Word” or “Promise” of God that any in Christ, he is a new creature: so now lets go find out what it takes to become that new creature that I am already.
I mentioned to you earlier that our creation is three fold, and it is this third fold in which the hand of the Father is at work. So once we accept Christ and activate the “Word” or “Promise” of God in 2 Corinthians 5:17 as stated above that he is a new creature, then the truth of the “Word” or the truth of the “Promise” then must be realized. Once again, here is where we need to keep ourselves in the caring hands of the creator, and not be left to our own hands under the impression that the new creature has already been realized. There is always a difference in the promise of the “Word,” and the truth of the “Word.” So now that you have the promise of the “Word” that you are a new creature, it is time for the creator to pick back up with his unfinished creation, and continue his work as the creator: Philippians 1:6, “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ.” Father creates new. He is the Creator and He has not stopped creating. The Father did not say, “stop being created.” For example, the universe is still expanding at the same rate in which God first began creation. If the universe is still in motion from the original spoken Word, then so are other substances. The things He has begun in our lives, He will continue. And if we don’t allow his hand to finish us, then the stuff from our own hands will have us to be a creation different from what He has in mind. We Create Old By Fighting Father Creating New. If we will let Father, He will continue to complete the work that he has begun in us. If there are some who want to stop along the way, He will not force them into a new thing they do not want to experience. If we will not conform to what He has said, He will find others for the work and we will miss the blessings. Then we have to ask the question, do I want to continue in my will or come into the Father’s will and receive His blessings? If we continue in our will, then “We Create Old By Fighting Father Creating New.”
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good!