When I sit down to write my post, I don’t have to sweat that start, and worry about how it’s going to flow. I just have to sit there for a moment, and hear what it is that God wants to write about. Most times when I sit down to write, God will have already given me the start. Since all of my post are a reflected light into my life’s path, a ray of light to write about may have already spring forth earlier. I hardly ever sit down and say to myself, now what do I write about today, for that is the Job of God to reveal what it is that he wants me to write about today. Now there are times when the light rays are reflecting so regularly to where I am in trouble if I am caught out, and about without my recorder or note pad. The reflections of light into my life’s path to write about can spring forth back to back to back, and on and on at times. I can look up and find myself with enough light rays to carry my post for a week before I need more. It’s like when receiving a prophecy, word of wisdom, or word of knowledge for examples: they just spring forth without the messenger really having anything to do with it outside of being available for God to use. Many of you go through receiving words of edification, words for the future, and words of fact all the time, especially at the leadership level: it is how God communicates through us to the ones who need to know. Once you develop your relationship with God, it will be clear to you as to who the message is for as though God was telling you face to face. I don’t have to sweat writing because I know which words are reflected lights of my life’s path, and which words are for me to deliver to one who is waiting to know direction from God. You Don’t Have To Sweat That Start.
It is really the level of the relationship in which you have with God, that allows you to receive the full menu of the Word in which he has for you to deliver. I can get one word from God, and I just know that we are off and running. My relationship with him allows me to know that this one word is just his start, and to wait for it. He may have had to take an important call from a son or daughter to have him attend to a need now. God knows to put me on hold for a whatever, and I already know that I don’t have to sweat that start. He will get back to finish that start, as long as he knows that I am there ready to finish that start. And many times, we miss the finish to the start because we didn’t let God know that we were still there waiting for it. So how do you let God know that you are still there waiting for it, to finish that start; and that you have not been moved by doubt and disbelief, or writer’s block to where the start will not be finished? Okay, let’s open this up beyond just writing to include whatever it is that you are doing with God. Guess what, you still don’t have to sweat that start. Your relationship level with God will still produce the finish that you need, if you are willing to just wait for it. Now let’s show how to let God know that you are still there waiting to finish that start regardless of what it is needing to be finished. While you are still there waiting for it, always remember that God is the one that has you on hold; and that it was not you that had to go tarry for a while. If you believe that it is your reason as to why you didn’t get to finish that start, then you may not be strong enough to wait; however, if you know that it is God’s reason as to why you didn’t get to finish that start, then you are able to wait for it. We have all heard the saying that “the squeaky wheel gets the grease”; well, the son and daughter that presses on in hope while waiting on God to finish that start, will get the faith substance needed to remind God that it is time to finish that start. It is by keeping your hope pressed against that start, will you bring the faith substance needed to finish that start. And that is how you remind God that it is time to finish that start, as you now have the substance to make that word start become flesh, or become natural for your use. Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” So while you are put on hold by God to wait for it, be sure to keep your hope pressed on your word start: it is by your hope, similar to a magnet, that the substance that you need will be drawn to you for you to step into that substance by faith. And we know that God will be reminded that it is time to finish that start. Your faith to step into the substance will please him as it tugs on him: Hebrews 11:6, “But without faith it is impossible to please him: for he that cometh to God must believe that he is, and that he is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him.” You Don’t Have To Sweat That Start.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Well.