By definition from Oxford Languages, finding is the act of one that finds: to discover or perceive by chance or unexpectedly. There is a part of this definition in which we are not allowed to use when it comes to the things that we, the members of the Body of Christ, hope for to bring to pass. The definition itself is completely correct; however, from the perspective of the members of the Body of Christ, when it comes to finding things unexpectedly, we expect to find the unexpected. Yeah, we can usually not tell you the when, the where, and the how to find it; but it is being expected 24/7, unexpectedly. The whole premise surrounding the existence of God to us is that He is the one we count on to produce what we hope for once we are at our wits’ end; therefore, He will produce what we expect, usually unexpectedly. So we get to the place where we have exhaust all the ways in which we know to expect a result. Now we expect Father, the I AM, THAT, I AM, to become that in which we know not to expect: 1 Corinthians 2:9, “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” Therefore, we the Body of Christ know that we can expect what the Father has prepared for us unexpectedly, aka, just out of the blue. And since we know that the Eye hath not seen it, nor ear heard it, neither have it entered into our heart, we will seek to find it because it is coming. We may as the definition states, discover it unexpectedly, but its arrival is some how very expected. We continue on to live each day seeking it on the premise of God being I AM, THAT, I AM, so to us it must be true; and especially true as long as the evidence remains unseen. This keeps us “Finding To Be The Seekers, And Not Losing To Be The Weepers”. It remains our activity to continue to find what we seek, even though we have no sense from whence it may come.
We still must play our part in the unexpected. The Father is not going to come score the winning touch down for us, if we are not going to help Him “Ram” it down the field. There I go again. lol. I couldn’t leave well enough alone. I guess living in LA, I had to let my “Kupp” runneth over the line, one more time. Anyway, Father is going to include us in the winning play, whether we know it or not. We all have to seek to avoid having to weep: faith finders were the first seekers, while faith losers became the last weepers. Matthew 7:7-8, “Ask, and it shall be given you; seek, and ye shall find; knock, and it shall be opened unto you: 8 For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.” So how does one help the Father ram it down the field if the Father is going down the field unexpectedly to bring to pass that which you need to score. And if eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him, how are we going to be included on the winning play that we know not of??? I must admit that if God was not the “I AM, THAT, I AM; then there would be no premise to assure us the victory. However, since God is “THAT,” He is whatever “THAT” maybe in which I have. For Example, in the natural alone, two fish and five loaves will not feed my thirteen year old son, let alone five thousand men plus women and children: however, you replace the two fish and five loaves with the creator of All fish and All loaves, and you now have the “I AM, THE CREATOR OF ALL FISH AND ALL LOAVES, I AM: Now let’s get busy. This worked for Jesus because he chose the faith substance from that which was unexpected, and then he expected the Father to the solve the problem with that faith substance. Now Jesus no longer just had two fish and fives loaves that would feed the little boy, but Jesus now had the replacement: I AM, THAT REPLACEMENT, I AM, Who will feed the five thousand plus, and Jesus knew it.
Well how does this work for you and I, when Father starts the drive to take us down the field to bring to pass that which we need to score. Do as they all have done, and seek the unexpected substance that will come into your midst. Jesus seek the boy’s lunch, Abraham seek a land from Lott, Elijah seek a small cloud for rain seven times, and on and on through out the Bible do we have all “Finding To Be The Seekers, And Not Losing To Be The Weepers.” And keep in mind, we seek the replacement substance, and not the thing in its entirety. We all can look around in our midst, and find a morsel, a grain, a cloud the size of only a man’s hand, any land to leave our kindred behind as first commanded, and on and on. It really is not difficult to find a faith substance that matches your faith to your Word to any degree of size. All “I AM, THAT, I AM” needs to be the replacement for what you need, is a show of your good faith, of any size: you just got to give Him something to work with in which you believe. A gesture of good faith will show Father that you are ready to help Him ram it, he he, on down the field to victory. So you may have been taken to full faith, with no where left to turn, but you can still seek. The Father is prepared for you because He is God. He has looked ahead to see what substance in your midst, will be the substance in which you believe in; and therefore select it for Him to be the replacement. The truth be known, in your unexpected state, you chose the substance as you were seeking, in which the Father will replace. Now let’s go down the field, and do this bringing to pass of things hope for, with the evidence of things soon to be seen! I AM, THAT REPLACEMENT, I AM.
Finding To Be The Seekers, And Not Losing To Be The Weepers.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.