If Father is our way to the right path, then we know that there is but one way to come unto Father; and that is by the Son. John 14:6, “Jesus saith unto him, I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me.” There you have it: to get to the right path (Father), start out on the right path (Son). There have been many, and there will continue to be many, who try to bypass the Son, and go straight to Father. It is not happening; for there is no pathway to follow to Father, if it does not come out from the Son. Father is a Spirit, and you just can’t go out looking to pick up a trail that leads you to the right path. For example, even in a praise and worship service where the Holy Ghost accepts our invite to enter into it; we feel and senses his presence as we usher him on in, but he is the one in charge of what is ushered in and out in his presence. He may do it, or he may not do it; but he will do what needs to be done to extend the way to the right path. It is always a good thing when the Holy Ghost shows up because he is there to link a Word to the Will, for he does not move among for things to remain as they were already among. In the beginning when God said let there be, guess who was already moving upon what was said to let be: you got it, the Spirit of God. Plus the Will, the Word, and the Spirit are one; therefore, they will always be moving as one, but they are modular in Godhead form as life has been given to each individually to operate as needed to keep the unity of the thing hoped for intact. Say for example, the word to supply ones need would be the starting point to give you faith, but the supply needed could be on a ship being moved on by the power of God to get it here, and all along the Will remains unchanged to keep the unity in tact until the ship gets in to make them one again. Nevertheless, the modular movement is the only way to move as one in order to make sure that the truth is brought to pass by all means unto one God. Anyway, Genesis 1:1-3, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 2 And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters. 3 And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” Will, Word, and Power: One. Father Is Our Way To The Right Path.
The word is critical when it comes to where we start out to get to the right path. When we go forth to bring to pass that which we hope for, there will be a whole lot of changing going on before we receive what we hop for; therefore, we need the one thing that will remain true through all the changing, and that is the word of God. The Word of God and the Will of God are one; however, they are not twins in their identity. The word has faith substance in which we can see to move on, and the will has manifested truth in which we must hold to move on: one we see to know, and one we hold to know. We start on the word because we can find the path made up of the substance of things hoped for. And the word like a caterpillar, will begin to become the will like the butterfly; and with the only thing that they have in common that still look the same is the truth. Once we start to walk out the word in order to bring to pass the will, there will be a transformation of the word as need be by the holy ghost to get the word ready to be made flesh, or natural for our use. The word in which we started out with will not look the same by the time it becomes the will of Father: now a spit in the dirt does look like 20/20 vision, right? Lol. And since the will and the word are born of each other from the exact same truth, they will remain true to that truth even when they go through the process of change. We will see and run into much substance along the processing way, but the Holy Ghost will not be moving on any substance that is not in line with the truth: they will remain as one in their modular or Godhead form, until the process brings to pass that which was hoped for in its natural form, When we see the manifestation of the word, we see the will made natural; and that is what the purpose of the word was to be: whatever God said to be, the word would go and be it. 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 (the word); and without him was not any thing made that was made.” The word still starts the making of all things made in order for the will to be manifest: the word is not sent to just inform, but the word is really sent to perform. So we take our word of faith substance to start us on the right path, and then we let the substance lead us into the processing of the will of truth manifested to finish us on the right path: look for the substance of the word to move us into the truth of the will to manifest the finish for us. Father Is Our Way To The Right Path.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.