There are some key points to learn from some movies. For example, “the Fast and the Furious” movies are more about “Family,” more so than they are about all of that other stuff: their bottom line or code is all about the family. We can take the “Mission Impossible movies,” once you settle in with all the action, and close calls, making sure that the Mission gets done is going to happen above all else. Then we can go over to the Super Hero movies, and I can personally say that “Black Adam” can be added to that list; but here is the thing with each of the Super Heroes: it only comes down to each of them being true to what each one can do. They are true to their powers in all that they do without any doubt, and hesitation; and they are true to who their powers have made them to become even when they may appear to be down and out. Their solutions to turn things around will still be centered on being true to what each one can do. We the members of the Body of Christ, we have to be like that, even when things appear to be down and out: we can not look to other options outside of who we look to for our strength. If our strength cometh from the Lord, then we must take it all the way through the end on the Lord: as they said on “the Fast and the Furious,” Ride or die.” This is very fitting when it comes to our spirituality with the Father and the Son; for we must know that when we step into a faith operation led by the Son, if one does not come prepared to ride it out to the death, then one should pass on that particular operation until ready to go all the way. The true test of ones faith is when one finds out what it will cost in faith to bring to pass the thing hope for: really, to walk in faith, one must be willing to put it all out there. If you spot doubt before you step off, then don’t step off, but get help for any unbelief. Fatherize All That You Do.
When I think about it, the members of the Body of Christ could be real Super Heroes; however, fictionally, Thor has his hammer, Cap has his shield, and the Black Panther has his suit along with everything else on Wakanda being filled with Vibranium if possible. Well, just so all do know, we do have the whole armour of God to be completely ready to stand against the wiles of the evil one. Alright, ok, I’ll play it fair for now, and just match up a few pieces with theirs: all members get the “Shield of Faith,” and all members get the “Helmet of Salvation,” and not last and definitely not least, all members get the “Sword of the Spirit” as each prepares to be led to be filled with the Holy Ghost to handle everything else on earth. Now that sounds like a real Super Hero because all of those elements from the armour of Go, do actually work in real life here on real earth. We just have to become one with all of our powers as do the fictionally characters become one with their powers in order to do what they do. So know what you can do with all that has been given to you, and then make sure you know the code: trust and obey! We all have to trust that the “Will” of the Father has our backs. If we do not trust in that concept, as a truth, we will not be willing to keep the trust level up when things seem down and out. Here’s the difference in the fictional characters, and the real life members of the Body of Christ. The fictional characters are willing to go all the way, and I know it’s easier to do that when the next scene can be written right. Now, we also have scenes in our real life that needs to be written right, however, we need to be the writers that have the belief, and the trust in the Father, to write it right. The ink that we use to write it right with is called trust, and it is this trust in which the hand of God is moved. I use to face on purpose whatever came up in my life just to see how it would turn out. You do remember that King Solomon tried a variation of that, and he called it all folly for the most part. Anyway, I just needed to know for myself which God I was dealing with: the God in the Bible, or the God the Bible is in. If I was dealing with the God that’s in the Bible, then I would have to live my hopes out in the Bible; however, if I was dealing with the God that the Bible is in, then that is the God that I can trust to bring to pass my Bible like hopes today. The God that the Bible is in, that God can bring that Bible to pass again and again because it came from within a living and can do God. You know how people ask you, is it in you to get it done. Well, since it’s in God from which what was done in the Bible came, I can trust what’s still in God to bring forth now, the things that I hope for. I will be trusting God all the way live. Fatherize All That You Do.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.