We may not have much luck in changing the mind of God, but we can have some success in changing his perspective; and by changing his perspective, we just may give him what he needs to change his own mind. Here’s the thing. God sees us all in the same light so that he may have mercy on us all regardless of our light: Romans 11:32-34, “For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all. 33 O the depth of the riches both of the wisdom and knowledge of God! how unsearchable are his judgments, and his ways past finding out! 34 For who hath known the mind of the Lord? or who hath been his counsellor?” So the Father’s perspective is always going to be one in which he will never receive a unanimous vote toward the things in his mind from all of mankind. Therefore, by operating in such a conclusion, he can do whatever it is that he knows is best; and then be ready to have mercy on all that come up short. The Father gives us this handicap because he loves us, and because it is the only way to get us from point A to point B in his world. How can the Father sit down in counsel with us about the depths of his mind? He can not, but he also must be allowed to operate in the fullness of God on our behalf, regardless of where we are in our own individual growth and maturity. The solution for the Father was to present a way in which he could operate at his level of faith without us losing out; and he called it grace. Grace is the only thing that we as a body can fall back on when the level in which the Father needs to operate on is off the chart of the human paygrade. So there is literally nothing that we can add to the table for discussion when the Father has concluded us to be in unbelief, so that we all qualify for grace. Going Perspective To Perspective With Father.
Now what happens once the Father’s concluded perspective toward us all, sends forth to each of us individually, the fair result of grace assigned toward a thing according to his Will? So the Father comes to his Will for each of us without our counsel concerning a thing: need, desire, or calling; and he gives this Will to each of us through his Word, written or revealed. We then take this Word, and we walk it out knowing that his grace will be sufficient to get us through the thing. So the grace of God is the “come up short buster,” and the Father can now send us forth under grace: he is the no respecter of person, and the sufficient Will opportunity provider to us all. Now don’t forget the purpose for the concluded perspective as stated above in Romans 11: 32, “For God hath concluded them all in unbelief, that he might have mercy upon all.” The Father keeps the concluded perspective that we all are in unbelief in order to have mercy upon all at every turn. And if there is to be a blanket coverage of grace given to us all, us all must have a blanket flaw appointed to us all; and that blanket flaw appointed to us all is unbelief: God’s perspective of us all. Now that God has provided us with grace that is sufficient to get us through all things hoped for when we come up short; well, God has done his job as a loving Father to provide this to us. The key to this is that God provides his grace to us not just because of unbelief, but because the unbelief is the qualifier in which he appointed in order to cover us all. Going Perspective To Perspective With Father.
Now what if, as the happy Father sits back knowing that the sufficient opportunity made for us all has manifested itself to each of us individually in order to fulfill his Will, was sent back at him by one of his kids? There would be some that might think that the Father would not be pleased to see his manifested grace sent back to him; however, they forget the purpose of the perspective. The purpose of the perspective again is to provide sufficient opportunity to all by grace, to bring to pass that which they hoped for according to the Will of God. Now God is sitting happy that he has done his job has a loving Father would do to his kids by providing sufficient grace to all; however, God never said that all of his kids would be in actual unbelief in all things at the same time, all the time. No, the Father appointed the conclusion to all of his kids to be in unbelief so that he could cover them all in grace at all times without being a respecter of person. For example, God may have always had sufficient grace given to the office of the Prophet under the same portion of his anointing: this gave all prophets the same sufficiency regardless of the depth of the calling. Now when Elisha sent the manifested grace back to God, he also sent back to God a new perspective. God didn’t get mad because the man wanted more of him; no, this freed God of his Word to not put more on one than one could bear. This allowed God to now customize this Prophet’s mantel for more: now we are a respecter of faith because God has stayed true to his Word while one that was able was proven that he could handle more. When Hezekiah sent the manifested grace back to God that he should die now, he too sent back to God a new perspective. God didn’t get mad at him either, Hezekiah could have been a King whose short comings made could only be balanced out by entering into death now. However, every King, no respecter of Kings, will be offered the blanket grace to be sufficient in fulfilling God’s Will; but, does it mean that every king was equal in the measure that they gave unto God? The blanket grace is appointed to all, to make sure that all are able to give to God what is needed to fulfill God’s Will. Another King’s sufficiency may could have only come by death. What has manifested to you, but you were hoping for a lot more, or for something different? Since the manifestation to you proves that the grace was sufficient to get what you got, but are you still wanting more. Maybe you are one that can handle more than the blanket coverage of grace for this thing that you hoped for came equipped with according to the terms of the coverage? If you are, then go to the Father, and give him your perspective. He may give it back to you! Remember, changing perspective, is not the same as changing one’s mind. The Father mind is set to give you grace that is sufficient; however, if you come asking to handle more than what the sufficient grace required of you to handle, then you are not changing his mind, but you are changing his perspective of you. God is not a respecter of persons, but he sure is moved by faith to change his perspective. I highly recommend that you send back a manifestation, if its manifestation is not all that you would like to have. If you do take to the Father a new perspective, be ready, for he might just give it back to you as you want it. When you get to this point of the process, be sure not to ask him nicely; and he will be expecting to feel you, if you know what I mean: Genesis 32:26, “And he said, Let me go, for the day breaketh. And he said, I will not let thee go, except thou bless me.” Going Perspective To Perspective With Father.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.