We have all heard the motto “when in Rome, do as the Romans do.” Well, when we are in a faith operation to fulfill the Godhead unto Father, and bring to pass that which we hope for; then we will need to do as the members of the Godhead do. The faith operations will be the most unfamiliar situations in which we will find ourselves in; and we will need to follow the lead of the leading Godhead member, who knows the right ropes for us to swing on. God has been clear to us in scripture that when we are in these faith operations; and I hope that we are finding ourselves in these operations on a regular basis, that we have no clue on our own as to where he is headed with the operation. 1 Corinthians 2:9, “But as it is written, Eye hath not seen, nor ear heard, neither have entered into the heart of man, the things which God hath prepared for them that love him.” The sooner in which a son or a daughter of Father realizes the need for speed to do the Godhead deed; then this will often determine whether or not the Godhead member will tarry the operation along the way. God is not going to run behind us as we run off in the wrong direction because we forget who’s actually in Rome. Therefore, the learning curve in which we can increase or decrease significantly, simply by realizing early in the match that it is we who are in Rome; and that it is we who must do the following. If we will learn to move when God moves, then we will decrease the time of our learning curve. Father And I, We Do Not Lose; However, We May Extend The Match.
If as we process along through a faith operation, we determine that our learning curve is having us to learn more than we were hoping would be needed; then just stick and stay with the process. The length of a learning curve may not have all to do with what we need to learn, but it could have more to do with what we have in us for faith. Let’s just say that you are more like I am when it comes to a faith operation, ok? Now, I will gladly realize the need for speed to do the Godhead deed; and I will just jump jump jump right to it. We are going to put aside for now that other group who will not gladly realize the need for speed to do the Godhead deed, and they will just run off doing what they hope will turn out right. Now the length of their learning curve will have a lot to do with what they will need to learn, and the Godhead member will just tarry there until they decide to realize who it is that is in Rome. And this group may indeed lose the match, and/or leave a lot on the table because they refuse to move with the Godhead member when he moves. Now back to us, like Jesus, who in every faith operation, we realize that the S(s)on, and the daughter can do nothing on their own: John 5:17 & 19, “But Jesus answered them, My Father worketh hitherto, and I work. 19 Then answered Jesus and said unto them, Verily, verily, I say unto you, The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do: for what things soever he doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise.” Listen sons and daughters, we don’t have to know before hand what the move will be, but we do have to know to move when he does move. The Godhead member, even unto Father, could explain all day what is the next move; but until we see the next move being moved, then we will miss it looking for a mental move first. When God moves, we must move and not think to move: faith should always spring forth into action because it sees the substance of things hope for being on the move. If we think forth into action from an explanation, then we can be deceived into moving off balance by a crossover explanation; yeah, just like a great crossover dribble in basketball that will throw the defender all off balance. Father And I, We Do Not Lose; However, We May Extend The Match.
One of the greatest crossover explanations to me in the Bible was the one that the serpent put on Eve. Eve in her defense of what God had said, just positioned herself to be put on the garden floor, and eventually out of the garden’s door. So here is Eve’s defense of what God had said: Genesis 3:3, “But of the fruit of the tree which is in the midst of the garden, God hath said, Ye shall not eat of it, neither shall ye touch it, lest ye die.” Now let’s look at what God really did say: Genesis 2:17, “But of the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, thou shalt not eat of it: “for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” You see it there, the cross over explanation in which the serpent can now come down the court and just cross over poor Eve all to the floor and out the door. Always move when God moves the substance in which you hoped for, and not be needing to have an explanation for your mind first. You know in the beginning, and God is still the same today on it really, he did not care for man to eat from the knowledge of the tree of good and evil back then, but to move in the faith of his Word already commanded as is still his preference today. Oh yeah, the cross over explanation that the serpent used on Eve was because of her own misstating of what God had said. God never said, as she said that he said, “neither shall ye touch it (the fruit), lest ye die.” No, we read the scripture above in Genesis 2:17, where God said ” for in the day that thou eatest thereof thou shalt surely die.” So the Serpent just let her touched the fruit, and when she didn’t die, he just crossed her over so smoothly: once she touched the fruit and did not die, then she was crossed over. And since she believed the wrong explanation, she ate the fruit. This is one reason why the members of the Body of Christ as a whole come up short so many times, we have to stick to the Word we are standing on, and not be in need of an explanation on everything. You know when you add more explanation, and even when you add more Word than needed; then you will still have to feed Seymour. This will not only take you off course, but will take you off the timing of the Godhead. I myself, I just need to make sure to see when he moves, and then I know that he got the rest. It makes life better for me when I can do what the Romans do, because I realize that I am in Rome. Since I am in the Body of Christ, I have to follow the Godhead movement unto its fulness, in order to bring to pass that which I hope for. Father And I, We Do Not Lose; However, We May Extend The Match.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.