It is no surprise that we serve a God who wants us to take the time to touch all the bases when dealing with one of his faith operations. It is just part of who God is for him to require not only that all touches to all the bases be done, but that all touches be done decently and in order. The thing that allows us to have the peace to know that we have the time to do things right is knowing that Father has the time for us to do things right: 2 Peter 3:8, “But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.” Now we don’t want to be misled into thinking that we can take all day, as they say when things are running longer than we like; and take a lackadaisical attitude toward the thing that we are doing. The only thing that can be ask of us is that we do the best that we can with the substances in which we have; and then we can look for God to join in with us to take it to the finish with that in which we can not do alone. Father already knows that we are not going to finish up on our own with what we have; therefore, he is on call at full faith ready to join in with the work remaining to be done. If the Word that we are bringing to pass has been brought to full faith, and that Word does not need any movement on it by the Holy Ghost to have it ready for the finish; then Father can move us on into the time and season that is ready for that Word to come to pass. Ponder It Right, For Father Has Time..
We have a big role to play in the processing of the Word through to the finish of the faith operation. When we look at the Word as it moves along in the process to full faith, it is our responsibility to make sure it is full or fully exhausted to its limit. We have to get all that we can out of it from the substances that come to match up with it. And then once we have done all that we can do with it, it is up to us to continue the fulfillment of the Godhead. It is important that we understand that time is on the side of God; therefore, we need to take the time to touch all the bases by not being anxious to skip over any substance that may show up at the last minute. If we hear of faith substance that matches our Word, then we must do all we can to exhaust it, for we know not the level of importance of that substance in helping to bring to pass the ongoing faith operation. This is why we must ponder over the Word with the forth coming of each faith substance in order to exhaust how the substance fit with the Word. It is the coming of the natural substance to dress the spiritual Word in which the Word is made flesh, or natural for our use. The other important thing concerning the Word is that once we have it at full faith, we must not try to hold on to it for safe keeping. It is nothing safe about keeping the ready Word in the oven longer than it should be there. The Father kept the Word in his bosom until it was time to send him forth; and then the Father sent the Word forth to accomplish his purpose. It is part of the faith process that we send forth the ready Word to the next awaiting member of the Godhead in order for the fulfilment of the Godhead to reach the fullness of God in each operation. Ponder It Right, For Father Has Time.
What many members will do with the ready Word when becoming anxious, is to add new Word to the ongoing process. This will only bog the process down with new Word that now will add more substance than needed to a process that already has a ready Word that needs to go forth. If we don’t send a ready Word forth, we will not receive the help that we need to finish up the process to bring to pass that particular faith operation. Jesus once said to the Apostles that if he did not go away, that the help in which they needed to do what they had to do, would not come. John 16:7, “Nevertheless I tell you the truth; It is expedient for you that I go away: for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.” Firstly, Jesus the Son had done all that he came to do individually according to the Will of his Father. Jesus being the ready Word exhausted scripture for thirty years; went forth in the power of the Holy Ghost for three years; and then stepped right up to his time and season, and into the Will of the Father for three days mo: thus fulfilling the Godhead to the fullness of God. Secondly, Jesus the Word in the Godhead had personally given the Apostles their great commission to go forth with once he left to go be with his Father. The Apostles had no doubt that the Word of God had been given to them, because unlike with us, Jesus was standing right there in the flesh to give it to them. There was no wondering as to whether or not the Word heard was from God. Jesus had given the Apostles all the Word that they needed, and he had brought them to Word ready in Jerusalem by his works. If the Word alone would have been enough by itself to fulfill the Will of God, Jesus would not have told them to wait for what’s next in the Godhead: the Holy Ghost. Jesus knew that for the Body of Christ, His Body, that they would need to know how to proceed along in the process in order to walk in the fulness of the Godhead. So he told them to wait for the power, but that he must go before the comforter would come. We need to know to take the Word to full faith, and then get ready to take it forth with power as we continue the process to fulfill the Godhead, even unto the Father. Ponder It Right, For Father Has Time.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.