I wouldn’t need God if I was bent on following my own insight. Now that would be a scary thought to me if that was what I had to rely on, my own insight. I want a word of insight from the Father unexpectedly when I need to know, and not just my own mind trying to come up with what it can. We know that insight is a gift of Father given to us in accordance to the Will of God. One of the best examples in the Bible of insight coming from the Father is when Jesus tells Peter how the knowledge came to him that he was the Son of God. My daddy told it to you: Matthew 16:16-17, “And Simon Peter answered and said, Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. 17 And Jesus answered and said unto him, Blessed art thou, Simon Barjona: for flesh and blood hath not revealed it unto thee, but my Father which is in heaven.” Plus we also know that at this time the Holy Ghost had not yet fallen, so it was no word of wisdom; and neither did Jesus contribute any of this revelation to have come from him. This powerful insight from Father did not do much for Peter when it came to denying Jesus three times, as the cock still did crow as spoken directly by Jesus; however, if the Father wanted to make a place for himself as an active revelator within the Church, what better time and place to seal it than with the rock before the Holy Ghost would be sent down. Since Peter would be one of the key leaders of the Church after Jesus ascends, he will have no doubt to the truth that the Father will reveal to whom he Will also. Father’s Insight, And Not My Own.
The word of God is always our best insight because it contains the Will of God. The reason why we walk in the word, and why we walk out the word is to walk in and to walk out the Will within the word: the Will is all right in there, the word. John 1:1-3, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. 2 The same was in the beginning with God. 3 All things were made by him; and without him was not any thing made that was made.” The word is the same today, as it was yesterday, and as it will be tomorrow. We all do remember that the Word was made Jesus, right; and Jesus is still the same as he was before the world was, the maker of all things. If it is going to be made, it is going to be made by the Word. Therefore, when we have the word, we also have the Will unrealized, or not yet manifested. There will be so many twists and turns coming our way as the word proceeds to be made flesh, or natural for our use; therefore, we will need all the help, and insight along the way to keep us in line according to the Will of Father. The word itself was never meant to be enough alone for the Church to bring to pass the Will of Father, so we would need help from the comforter, and from Father as we ascend along. Jesus told the Apostles not to leave Jerusalem with the word only, but to wait for the power to come upon them. When we receive the Word, it is always ascending up as we fulfill the Godhead on our way to the fullness of what God has for us. When we receive a revelation from the Holy Ghost, or from Father, it is to give us a better understanding of the Word as it takes us up in order to feel its battles at a higher level as we walk in it. Father’s Insight, And Not My Own.
The revelation to Peter from Father took him up to the test, and pain associated with the responsibility of knowing that Jesus is the Son of God. The time came after Jesus explains the revelation to Peter, along with the word to be the rock, where Peter is taken up within himself to where he is ready to die with the Lord too, now. The word, the rock, now powered by the knowledge of the revelation of who Jesus is, will test the soul of Peter where his will is to see if the word rock can be made flesh, or Peter. And at this time when the faith substance came pointing at Peter as one being with Jesus, Peter showed that he was not yet ready for that word rock to be made flesh or to be made Peter as he denied the pointing faith substance at that time. We have to be careful of what we ask of the Lord, for we might surely get the chance to show if we are ready for that word asked to be made flesh or us. I was looking at the difference of man with the Word, but not with the revelation to really become one with that Word. And then I looked at the Son of man, Jesus, with the Word; and also with the revelation to know what it means to really be one with that Word. So we have man, the Apostles; and we have Son of man, Jesus with the same word, but not with the same revelation of what that Word mean. Matthew 17:22-23, “And while they abode in Galilee, Jesus said unto them, The Son of man shall be betrayed into the hands of men: 23 And they shall kill him, and the third day he shall be raised again. And they were exceeding sorry. Now when Jesus time came to actually walk in this same Word that the Apostles had heard from him, the full revelation of what was happening allowed Jesus to identify with that Word to be killed, then be raised up on the third day was ready to have that word be made flesh, or Jesus. The Apostles took this Word, and were exceeding sorry. Then Jesus took this Word with knowing all the revelation; and was exceeding sorrowful, even unto death, no comparison of effect at all. Matthew 26:38, “Then saith he unto them, My soul is exceeding sorrowful, even unto death: tarry ye here, and watch with me;” and we also know from scripture that Jesus had drops of sweat like blood. When you have the revelation, you will have a totally different walk in the Word, for the revelation come to have that spiritual Word spoken ready to be made flesh, manifested, or more importantly, to be made you. Are you ready to have the Word give to you be made flesh, or more specifically, to be made you? Father’s Insight, And Not My Own.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.