There are limits in which we have taken others to only because we were given the inside scoop on what was going on. When you are aware of ones breaking point, you can be allowed to push it if you can be trusted not to push them over the breaking point. This is a tactic at first that can become a strategy for success if you ae able to at least keep the same ground that you had with the person when the tactic was first put into play. The reason that it starts out as a tactic is because you were unaware that it was an effective move until you saw it work by chance. And once the tactic is shown to you to be effective, then the decision of what to do with it is brought to the table. Things are brought to the table for one of two reasons: to heal or to destroy. Now a man, the male man or the female man, with evil in his or her heart will be out to destroy; therefore, the tactic will have no greater plan instore other than to destroy the person who was effected by what was done, And on the other hand, a man, male or female, without evil in his or her heart will be used by God to make the tactic into a strategy for success. When a man without evil in his heart experiences power or good from an action unaware, that man is a prime candidate willing to do more to see more of it. And this is where the Father may step in to take advantage of a good situation to bring healing to one of his children. Insight From Father Allows Us To Push It.
So let’s say that Father does decide to step in to bring the effective tactic to the table for the good of the person effected. Plus it’s the only way in which the Father would apply it to one of his children anyway: Matthew 7:8-11, “For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. 9 Or what man is there of you, whom if his son ask bread, will he give him a stone? 10 Or if he ask a fish, will he give him a serpent? 11 If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children, how much more shall your Father which is in heaven give good things to them that ask him?” The Father is only going to give you much more good things to them that ask him! Now, I believe that if we better understand the skill behind the asking, we will be able to get more from the operation. So first, why do we have not? And better yet, why would the person who could use the help from something that by chance seem to work for the good of that person, have it not? James 4:3, “Ye ask, and receive not, because ye ask amiss, that ye may consume it upon your lusts.” Many have ask, and receive not, because they ask amiss, but it wasn’t because they wanted to consume it upon their lusts. This is a good example of needing to understand the skill behind the asking, so that you can get more from the operation. James 4:3 is one of those scriptures that has to be explained as stated in Isaiah 28:10, “For precept must be upon precept, precept upon precept; line upon line, line upon line; here a little, and there a little:” In James 4:3 you first ask comma: the person effected in the above example, may or may not have the tactic given as a strategy at first. Then in the next precept the person still receive not comma: you did not received it, now we have a problem. Now in the third precept the person has ask amiss comma: what is the amiss or in other words, what is not quite right for the person to not receive the strategy that had good effect? Now here is where so many teach, and others assume that the person didn’t receive the strategy because the person ask amiss for the reason to consume it upon the person’s lust. And this is not truth yet, for the precept before the lust is still in play.
In skill, the final precept will only be explored once the precepts in front of it are fully exhausted. The precept in front of “the consume it upon your lusts” precept is the precept that says “because ye ask amiss.” Again, asking amiss means asking for something or doing something at the time that is not right in some way. I offer this understanding to you as to why it could be the third precept that says ” because you ask amiss,” and not yet the final precept that says “that ye may consume it upon your lusts” that is keeping the person from having it yet. Let’s say that by chance a random person unawares crosses the person in need of a strategy from God to be made hold, and this random person had a good effect on the person in need doing their brief by chance meeting. If this random person could by chance also be a member of the Body of Christ, then the Father could give more insight, such as a word of wisdom, to further establish an ongoing strategy. And this would allow more of what is needed from that random person who also just happened to be a member of the Body of Christ. However, if this same random person still had a good effect on the person needing to be hold doing their brief by chance meeting, but the Father knew that this person was not one to be trusted to advance the tactic into a strategy. This would be an example of the precept “because you ask amiss” coming into play, and therefore, the person will not have through that random person the chance to have what was asked for. You can gain skill here knowing that the precept has nothing to do with the fact that the person in need did not ask for an untrustworthy person to cross his pass with a possible tactic that was effective. It has everything to do with the random person qualifying under the percept “because you ask amiss.” Always remember that when in any operations involving the Father, it’s not who made the ground or the precept amiss, but it is the reality that the amiss is so. Insight From Father Allows Us To Push It.
We need to keep in mind that the Bible is just a tip of the iceberg when it comes to the knowledge, and understanding of the Father. And knowing that this is so will help us to understand the skill behind the asking. John 21:25, “And there are also many other things which Jesus did, the which, if they should be written every one, I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written. Amen.” The Bible is our map to success, but it is not our completeness to success. There is much much more that will be needed to be used by us for our success, but the Bible is our safe book: do not add or take away from it for when all else is off, or out of the reach of truth, the Bible never fails. Even Jesus, the Word himself made flesh, had to talk in parables at times to those closest to him for there were no words to give to them to understand at the time. And then there were times when Jesus just said to them in a way that the Church today would just call the Pastor “rude”: John 21:22, “Jesus saith unto him, If I will that he tarry till I come, what is that to thee? follow thou me.” You see? There are just so many gaps of the Will missing in all of our getting of understanding. Paul was probably the most besides himself when it came to the feeding of the milk of the Word, and the meat of the Word. Jesus even left us with the five-fold ministry gifts in an attempt to have enough gifts called to expound upon the Word. There are so many members of the Body of Christ, myself included, needing the understanding not able to be written because of lack of space and time. Jesus had to get up out of here: 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.” Insight From Father Allows Us To Push It.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.