It is not difficult to know the roll in which we should eat. The Master Chef always serves it up according to the menu. And once you make your request known unto The Master Chef, you should expect the servings to roll on out. If we didn’t know any better, half the time it would appear that the roll had been served to the wrong requester. The roll served is looked at through the eyes of one trying to understand it as oppose to one who is ready to just eat it. As I understand it, the roll will give your taste buds all that they want, and more: Ezekiel 3:3, “And he (The Master Chef) said unto me, Son of man, cause thy belly to eat, and fill thy bowels with this roll that I give thee. Then did I eat it; and it was in my mouth as honey for sweetness.” It’s everything a growing body needs to bring to pass the thing hoped for. The thing to avoid when it comes to eating the roll, is to lose the selective mode of eating the roll that we have in our human app. When it comes to the roll, we can’t pick and choose from it as to what we should eat. The roll served up by The Master Chef is not part of a buffet where you make the selections. The roll served up by The Master Chef is a special order from your menu: all that you need in order to have the thing in which you hoped for is included in the roll. Every length of the roll has a special part to play in making sure the outcome is that in which you hoped for. So you have to eat the whole roll, and The Master Chef Serves The Whole Roll To Eat.
There should be a brief discussion as to what happens when one chooses, as so many so often do, not to eat the whole roll. Every roll that The Master Chef serves up comes with an order. And when we don’t flow with the order being served up, many things get displaced. When the order of the roll to meet the needs of the things hoped for is broken, that brokenness creates chaos that will have to be played out now. We can see it happen all the time to people, and they get frustrated because they almost had it; and they know that they almost had what they hoped for. However, the thing that they fail to put together again and again is that they almost ate the whole roll this time again. It is much easier to point at the intervention of another as being the reason for the almost, as oppose to seeing the fact that always is: they fail to eat the whole roll again. Once a part of the roll is left out, other areas that have need of that part of the roll left out will now not be supplied. Then when you tell people how it is, they respond with, but he is The Master Chef. In their view, The Master Chef is able to make adjustments to have the roll again include all that is needed to make it all right. I just shake my head. I can then further understand why people go around and around in circles for seasons. They do not understand that life is not about how The Master Chef is able to fix up the roll once we brake the order. If it was all about what The Master Chef can do, then we wouldn’t be having this discussion in the first place. I am asked all the time what would Jesus do in a certain situation? I tell them that I don’t know because Jesus would not have put himself in that situation in the first place. We have to come to a point where we don’t have to go through certain things. My point is that The Master Chef is not going to change how he would do things: this is not about him having to work things out. He has already proven from before the world was, at the beginning of the world being, and up to now where the kingdom of heaven was established to be at hand for those who would come to Jesus by faith: HE GOT THIS. It is you and I who must now GET THIS. No, The Master Chef is not going to just fix it up every time we almost get it: that is the reason why we go in circles. The Master Chef is going to keep coming at us for as many circles as it takes for us to make the changes needed to eat the whole roll. This is how we will bring to past on a regular basis that which we hope for. The Master Chef Got This. Now let us leave the almost behind, and come get this also. The Master Chef Serves The Whole Roll To Eat.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.