There is no argument to be had concerning the Word of God when it comes to bringing to pass the things that you hope for. If you want to bring to pass the Will of God, the desires of your heart, and any need that you can’t fulfill with what you have already at your disposal, you will indeed need to go to the Word of God. There is nothing made from the kingdom’s perspective without it in heaven or without it in the earth: John 1:1, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. And also Genesis 1:1, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth.” And what does the scripture say about all that was created in the beginning to include the heaven and the earth? John 1:2-4, “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. 4 In him was life; and the life was the light of men.” So you read what the scripture said about all that was created in the beginning: ” and without the Word was not any thing made that was made.” Things have not changed to protect the ignorant, or the innocent: if you want to bring to pass the Will of God, you must start on the Word of God. Now, there are many things that seemed to just happen automatically at times, but you can be assured that the baseline has already been established on the Word of God. It reminds me of Peter, and the Apostles, but especially Peter, for he seemed to be more chronical through out the gospels than the others. If you follow along with Peter in the gospel, you can see him changing, or really, you can see his growth and understanding of who he was in the Lord as time went on. When Peter first started to operate in healings and miracles, everything was done to include a verbal “in the name of Jesus” be healed or be whatever Peter was doing. Then you will notice as time moves on in the development and growth of Peter, he would just say “get up and be healed or whatever Peter was doing. Peter didn’t have to always say in the name of Jesus because the baseline had been set: everything that Peter was doing was in the name of Jesus so Peter did not have to always say it verbally because he was always in the name of Jesus when he was doing what he did. So many times when we see some things just seem to happen automatically without saying a Word of God; you can be assured that the Word baseline as been established already by your faith to bring it to pass. There are levels where we should just flow so easily when we move in God as in the image and likeness of the Godhead. In the beginning with the Godhead alone before man was added to the faith mix, whatever God said to let it be, it just became as part of the day. Man is the reason that things coming to pass takes more than that day to happen. Attack, And Go Farther With Father.
The Word may be the path that leads you to that with which you hope for, but the Word alone is not enough to get you all the way to that you hope for; and it was never suppose to do it all alone anyway. We all remember how the Apostles were with Jesus for roughly years, and they received the Word from him in person without doubt for their commission before Jesus ascended to Heaven. And Jesus the Word made flesh directed them to not go farther than Jerusalem until they were endowed with power. In other words, the help that you need to go farther is on the way. And although you can not bring to pass that which you hope for in God without the Word, at the same time the Word is not enough on its own to bring you all the way home to that you hope for. The Word is so important because it is also the light of men as stated already in John 1:4, “In him was life; and the life was the light of men.” The Word of God is not as the Duracell bunny to keep going and going with limitless energy and endurance as the commercial once stated; however, the Word of God has life in him to show to men as an eternal light the way in which man should go to always walk in the truth. The Word will always spring forth with life to show you the way. The Word is the vine to run, and light your path for you to step into: John 15:1 & 5, “I am the true vine, and my Father is the husbandman. 5 I am the vine, ye are the branches: He that abideth in me, and I in him, the same bringeth forth much fruit: for without me ye can do nothing.” The life in the Word will have it to run toward that which is true to the Will of the Father. The Word will only bring life, or shine the light on the way we should go. We don’t have to understand the Word at that moment, for we will get understanding in all our getting; but we do just have to know that the Word will only show us the true path. If there is a way or if there are ways that are not according to the Will of God, the Word will not give those ways any life. And if the Word is not giving any life to those ways, it means that you have not been given the light to take that pathway. However, if you are on a pathway, and you run into a bump in the pathway, just know that you are in the light of truth already, and keep your path. This is where you can attack the bump in the pathway with your endued power, and go farther in Father. You have been sent forth in the Word, and the life will be the light that will insure that you remain in the truth; therefore, when there is a bump or a challenge before you, just know to attack it with power accordingly, And Go Farther With Father.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.