All revelation is from the Godhead. You can not understand anything in the Bible or in the kingdom of God unless one of the God Head gives you understanding. It was Father, the greater member of the Godhead, that revealed to Peter who Jesus was: Matthew 16:15-17, “He (Jesus) saith unto them, But whom say ye that I am?16 And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. 17 And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven.” Peter is receiving revelation directly from Father without assistance of a gift from the Holy Ghost. The Holy Ghost had not even come to the Apostles yet to gift them. Once we all can receive and believe that all of the members of the Godhead can talk to us of their own accord, we will be able to specialize, and special order the help that we need when we need it. When we need the Will of God, we know to go straight to Jesus, for nothing that was made was made without Him: John 1:1-3, “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. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” And when we need the “will” concerning the “Will,” we know to go straight to the Holy Ghost, for he will teach us all the things that we need to know about the “Will:” John 14:26, “But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.” So whatsoever Jesus has said to us concerning the “Will” of Father, the Holy Ghost is on call 24/7 to help out when we call. Sometimes there is a delay in response because we didn’t put in for a special order. I have heard members of the Body of Christ call on Jesus when they should have called on the Holy Ghost. If you are sick for example, and you’ve called on the name Jesus for your healing, Jesus has already heard you and started the process to have your healing made. However, since we are not skilled in the flow of the Godhead, we keep on calling on Jesus, when we need to move the process forward. When you call on Jesus first for healing as you always should do to know the Will, then you will flow on to the Holy Ghost to be taught how the Will, will happen. Let’s say that Jesus says, “be healed now.” Well we have the “Will” to be healed now, but what do we do now? I can keep calling on Jesus, but He can only keep telling me the Will, maybe differently. Here is where I need the Holy Ghost to teach me, and to show me how to do the “Will.” So if I am sick, and I get the “Will” to be healed, then I need to know to how do I get healed.
The Holy Ghost will teach me to see what bread crumbs or faith substances have been placed in my midst to be made the Will by the Word. If I am sick, the Word stating the Will to be healed, will become lonely. That Word wants us to match it up with substance that can be made to be the Will, you being healed. Right about this time, most people are still calling on Jesus as though he be death, when they should be playing a skill game of match. If I am in a prayer line when the Word comes forth that the Will is to heal you now, then I will be calling on the Holy Ghost now to heal your body while I pray for you to be healed. I will be matching you up with the gift of healings by the Holy Ghost, and/or by a member with the gift of healings. Once we call on Jesus to set it all off, we have to process forward. If I am not in a prayer line, but the Will by the Word is still to be healed, then what do I do now? Many people will still be calling on Jesus, and that’s alright because you can never go wrong calling on Jesus. Your healing may be prolonged for a minute, but you will not be in the wrong. One might ask how can my healing be prolonged calling on Jesus over and over? Let me just answer you in a processing kind of way: John 16:7, “Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.” One might ask how can it be expedient for me to have Jesus leave me before the work is done? Jesus isn’t really leaving you before the work is done, but Jesus is moving on in the oneness of God so that the next step in the process can be done. And also remember this, the Godhead is one unified God, and Father actually made the members modular once he gave each member life unto each self. Jesus gave the Apostles the Will by the Word in person, but the Apostles did not have the power yet to bring the Will by the Word to pass. Jesus told them not to leave home Jerusalem without him. lol. There I go again. Don’t leave home without him, the Holy Ghost. So there is revelation to be had first by Jesus through the Word as he states Father’s Will. And we have revelation to assist the Will by the Holy Ghost as He teaches us the way to bring the Will to pass. If I need to work a miracle, again, it is fine to call on Jesus; however, once you are done calling, Jesus knows that it is expedient for you that He let the Holy Ghost bring his part on. Jesus is always the lead off batter. He gets us on base first, and he does it according to the Will of the Father. If the Will of the Father is for Lazarus to not be healed or raised from the dead until the forth day, then Jesus will not bat in a way to lead you off in that direction against the Will. Jesus did not head that way until it was time. Your Word will not come to bat, and lead you off to match up with any faith substance before its time: you will have to stay patient. I will talk about how Father fits into this flow with His revelation in tomorrow post. New Revelation II.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.