Father, you may not have asked me to do all of that in which I have done, but I didn’t know how else to get to you other than searching for you to get to me. The one thing that I know from scripture is that you are a much better Father to us than the best natural father could ever be. Matthew 7:11, “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?” Therefore, I just know Father, that if I am out and about really searching to do your Will, however lost I maybe in during that search; as a Father being much more than a natural father, you will search me out. I know that if my thirteen year old son is searching out all that he can to please me, but it is not always landing him in all the right places; he will by all of his searching out for that which pleases me, ignite the search engine that always keeps me searching for him to land in all the right places. We all know as parents that we are just going to do many things for our kids out of love, regardless of how much they search things out to please us. Now with that being said, there is just an ignition in the soul of the parent to go beyond their reasonable service, when there is a child that is trying to go beyond their reasonable service for them. I park my hat many times in the parking lots of peace, and everything’s going to be alright just because I know that the Father is going to search me out to make sure that I land in all the right places. I get no peace as such from man as I search man out, and no one should put such a burden on man to solely be a brother’s keeper. We can only be our brother’s keeper to an extent, and then we are going to have to bring in the heavy keepers. There are but two to search out to keep you once there is nothing else left for man to keep; and their names are the Father and Jesus: John 14:23, “Jesus answered and said unto him, If a man love me, he will keep my words: and my Father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him. Now, I Am Not Searching Everything On The Father.
We know that with all of our searching out of things, that we are not searching out everything on the behalf of the Father. In other words, let’s don’t go blaming the Father when we come up short at times, because everything that we search out is not always in accordance with the Will of the Father. There are many things that are not necessarily acts of sin as we know them, but did they have anything to do with the Will of the Father? You want to be sure that when you are out, and about making claim to be doing the Father’s business, to make sure that the piece of business in which you are doing did come down the pipe line from heaven in a manner of speaking. It is okay to be doing the work of the Father’s business out at the branches, but you want to make sure that the work is being done on branches that came out of a Word seed that the Lord planted in you to do. They will not be making any abode to be anyone’s keeper if what is being asked to be kept did not come from the Will of the Father. Now one might ask the question, what is different about having done the Will of the Father, and having done the desires of your heart? There is nothing different about them when it comes to bringing them both to pass; as they both require a Word from the Lord in order to work them out. The Will of the Father is the Word of God, and having the desires of your heart is the Will of the Father; and therefore, the Will of the Father will again require the Word of God as they are both processed the same way. We know from it being in the Word of God that having the desires of your heart is the Will of the Father: Psalm 37:4, “Delight thyself also in the Lord: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart. Jesus and the Father will indeed search you out, and keep you to make sure that you land in all the right places as it is the Will to give you the desires of thine heart. The question that one might should ask about having done the Will of the Father, and having done the desires of your heart is this. If they (the Will of God, and the desires of your heart) are processed the same way through the faith that comes by the Word of God; then what would cause the desire of your heart to not be processed, and brought to pass? If you go about the business of bringing to pass a desire of your heart, but you fail to have a little talk with Jesus first. You will be attempting to process it without receiving the Will of the Father for it through receiving the Word of God on it first. If you attempt to process the desire of your heart without the word of God, there will not be enough faith on your end to push it through because you will not have heard the word in which the faith to move will come by hearing it: Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” And another thing, if you don’t get a word to move on, you will default to doubt when your measure of faith for this runs out; then if there is no faith pumping through the Father will not be pleased. On the other hand, the word can always be processed if you be willing because the word by default will always be full of the faith that it needs: the Father seen fit to give the word a life of its own in the same way that he has life within himself. We want to keep our search out for the Father, but we need to make sure that we keep the search out based on the word sent forth to us. Now, I Am Not Searching Everything On The Father.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.