The Father does not expect you to be there because of what he is doing; however, the Father expects you to be there because of what you are doing. He is more like a developer on call for us, than he is like a developer always calling on us. The great ones in the Bible who did great work for God, they had more winter cycles to call on, then they were being called on by God. God would come in and make his reason for the call known, and then be gone for only he would know for how long. It was Abraham who probably should get an additional trademark credit for his work in the faith industry. The one label that Abraham has, “the father of faith,” could have been joined with another label that has, and will continue to be a personal favorite in the faith industry by all members of the body of Christ. The great commercial phrase, “Can you hear me now,” a trademark of Verizon Wireless, is the first thing that comes out of the mouth after putting in double duty on the same prayer that has yet to garner a response, we think. Can you imagine how many times Abraham must have asked that question to God during all those years of silence from God? We don’t make it out of the first hour without follow up to make sure the prayer got through. So thirty minutes later now standing in the breakfast line, we hear the server say to us in response, yes I’m a man. The server does not realized that we were topping off our prayer again under our breath, and what he heard from us was an “Amen.” lol. And although Jesus lets us know that the Father always hears him, making this also true for the co-heirs; none the less, I don’t think most of the co-heirs received that memo since the question “Can you hear me now” is always trending. Oh here the memo is, the Jesus’ always hear me memo: John 11:42, “And I knew that thou hearest me always: but because of the people which stand by I said it, that they may believe that thou hast sent me.” So I know that it is mainly just a human habit to ask “Can you hear me now;” and that we for the most part, really do know that Father hearest us always. Father Expects You, So Don’t Go Changing.
So what is up with “Father Expects You, So Don’t Go Changing?” If it is indeed true that the apple does not fall far from the tree, then we are just a bunch of apples full of the ability to create. It says it right there in another memo about how Father just took to creating the Heaven and the Earth; and that Father saw that what he had created was good. Genesis 1:1 & 31, “In the beginning God created the heaven and the earth. 31 And God saw every thing that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. And the evening and the morning were the sixth day.” So what is up with Father expecting us is that he expects us to create, and dominate; and he wants us not to go changing when we start, but to finish up what we started in the same manner as he would do: like Father, like sons and daughters. Now here’s the thing, and I hope that you payed attention in art class, for Father is here on call to help create the vision. In art class you had to take a piece of blank paper, and in the words of the teacher, draw your best funny character on the paper. The teacher, like God, is on call to help you by making sure that you have what you need to create your character on the paper: marker, glue, cut outs, glitter guidance, support, and etc. The Father is here on call to help you bring to pass your vision, or whatever you desire in your heart. The Father expects you because when dealing with a Spirit, that would be Father, foundation and framework are created first, and maintained secondly, by a consistency of repetition. This is why Father Expects You, and does not want you to go changing your ways that you put down on the blank paper. Similar to the blank paper in the art class, the repetitions form your blank area to mark off in which your character or vision will take shape and form. If you say to God to meet every morning at the same time for prayer, he will expect you, so don’t go changing. Father Expects You, So Don’t Go Changing.
So when we show up at the same place every morning, that repetition becomes the expectation: even in creation, the evening and the morning marked each day; for the light and the darkness after all this time is still doing its repetition for all to count on. The Father will expect you because he will count on you until you are not, so begin to build and create with the Father who is always on call: you show up, he show up. You will fill your pipeline with the supplies you need by your pattern of behavior and activity: once the area is marked by repetition, you will fill the marked area with faith substance depicting or mirroring your pattern of behavior and activity. When we continue to display our pattern of behavior and activity as the evidence is unseen, we then establish a pipeline between ourselves and God to begin filling it with faith substance to supply our need. Remember, our activity is the same to God, visible or invisible. When we need something that already exist here on earth for our access, then we expect that God will supply our needs; however, if we need something that we want to create that does not already exist here on earth for us to access, then why not expect that God still will supply our needs? It does not matter to God where he creates: heaven or earth, spiritual substance or natural substance, seen or unseen, for he is still God who is not hindered by where or what form the need maybe. If the thing that we need exist at all, but it just does not exist to us; that should not make a difference to us, for it is God with the problem now to figure out how to get it to us: is there anything too hard for God? So lay out your blank paper, and start putting that vision down; and let God, the Spirit, go into places where no man can go before he goes. Father Expects You, So Don’t Go Changing.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.