When we first realize that we have a need, want, or a special desire of the heart, it is probably still early enough in the process to have options to check out for assistance. We all have an emergency every once in a while which leaves us with little time, and few options to explore. Then on the other end of the spectrum, we kind of already know before the grace period even begins that there will be an issue making a certain payment on next weeks pay check. There are even more serious conditions and matters that may just spring up that will need attending to asap, but the problem is finding the resource to attend to it more than it is having the time to pay it. So my point here is, there is usually not a gun at our heads demanding immediate payment or else; when we first realize that our need, want, or desire exist. It may get to that soon enough, but for the moment, outside of the every once and a while emergency, we have some time to do something about it. This is where your relationship with your “go to” will come in to play. The relationship that you have with your “go to” may not produce the supply that you need at that instance, but it should produce the immediate conversation about your needed assistance to at least give you the push to get started on it now. There are many members of the Body of Christ, who will do as I will do; and that is to immediately make my request known to the Father, “my go to,” as Jesus directed us to do: Luke 11:2, “And he (Jesus) said unto them, When ye pray, say, Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done, as in heaven, so in earth.” Now you have made proper contact with your “go to,” and Father can get the ball rolling for your needed assistance. And this is how you want to start off so that you “Will Do” what’s needed to receive your assistance. We know that the Father is the member of the Godhead to who we need to make our request known because of Jesus’ directions to his disciples as to how we should pray. I Can Do Or I Will Do, That’s What Happens.
Now we have to ask ourselves what happens if we don’t have the right relationship with our “go to,” or what happens if our “go to” is one other than a member of the Godhead, with that being Father or Jesus? I want to say this right off concerning your “go to.” If you are a member of the Body of Christ, and you have as your “go to” anyone other than Father or Jesus, I can understand. I can understand why it is that you are not receiving the assistance you need to fulfill your needs, wants, and desires of the heart on a regular basis. I do understand, I really do. And why do I really understand? Well, to be a member of the Body of Christ with a “go to” that is not a member of the Godhead, that alone tells me that you have no fire with God or with your “go to” outside the Godhead. Revelation 3:15-16, “I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot.16 So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” The Father is not going to provide the assistance needed to one that is torn between the two to “go to.” He is going to spue that person out because he knows thy works: he sees what they do when he brings them what’s next to do. He sees how they look away to their other “go to,” to see what it will do. Here is where time is lost as they waste it hoping that the other “go to” will come through. In the meantime, those of us who went with the Father from the start as our only “go to”, then we will receive what Father “Will Do” from the start. It is very important that we start with what the Father “Will Do” from the start while all options are still on the table. Once those who did not go with the Father as their only “go to” from the start, figure out that they had made a bad choice in going with the other go to, time has taken many options once available off the table. The options that were once in abundance to do what the Father “Will Do” are gone with the passing of the times and seasons in which Father holds in his own power. Now the person looks up to find out that there are only an option or two left in which they “Can Do.” They are now long pass starting with what the Father “Will Do,” as they look to see what it is left that they “Can Do,” at this stage of the process. So let’s make sure that we do look to the Father as our only “go to,” and make sure that we go to him so that we will start off with what the Father “Will Do.” And for the others with another “go to,” once there is only an option left in which they “Can Do,” it will usually be costly to them for a long time: ah, hence is why they are on record has having more than Father as the “go to.” Now I Understand Their Plight.
I Can Do Or I Will Do, That’s What Happens.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.