When we first come to Jesus, we end as we are; and we start again in him, as we now dwell in the fulness of God. It’s like starting a great new job with all the benefits that you wanted; and furthermore, after your introductory to the company, you come to find out of more benefits, and possible career paths only known to those who come aboard to work for the company. You may have interviewed as you were with no insurance, and now you find yourself insured because you came aboard. The course that you were on has now come to an end in many ways, and you are now at the beginning of a new start to your future. It is not that you did not already have a future, for we all have some type of future as long as we are still living; however, because the past path that was once the path to the future has ended, our coming board to the new company has given us the opportunity to make our future different from our past. This is how it is when we come to Jesus. We come into a new start in which we will have the opportunity to make our future different from our past. When we come to Jesus there are many benefits beyond the main benefit of eternal life, and Jesus has made this truth very clear in scripture: John 10:10, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.” And yeah, even in the natural the coming in many ways is similar to the spiritual: we come to work at the new company that we might have a better life, and that we might have it more abundantly. Process Through The End To Start Again.
Let’s look at what must happens after we have come to Jesus for the very first time, and we have secured our eternal life to have once Jesus returns for us. Since the future of this eternal life is on a time clock in which no one knows not, and this includes the one (Jesus) that made it all possible for us to have; we need to keep the new beginning that we started in Christ Jesus on the right path according to the Will of Father for our life. And let me put that scripture in here about Jesus not knowing the time of his return to earth for that great day: Mark 13:32, “But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father.” I am aware that most of my readers are next level faith sons and daughters, and many of them know the scripture better than I do; however, just in case there are a few newbies to the body of Christ as there always are that made their way to this post, I want to be sure that they know what the scriptures says. Now, we all should know that the thief is going to come to us for sure after we have come to Jesus, and he would not be being who he is if he did not come to steal, to kill, and to destroy. We don’t agree with him that he has any power over us, but we will say that he does have the power over us in which we decide to give to him. When the day does come for him to attempt to get us to give him some power over us; and he happens to catch us at a time in which we come up short with our decision making according to the Will of God, he will look to stretch that short decision making by us into power over us. Then yes, afterwards, we do want to come clean with Jesus immediately by asking him for forgiveness; and of course the bearer of the seventy times seven Word of God is going to forgive us as we continue on with our name on the roll to make it to Heaven. Peter denied Jesus three times, and Jesus still kept his Word to make Peter the rock upon which to build his Church, so don’t get overly rocked about coming up short this time. Jesus has already taken all that we will ever do into consideration. We now have to go forth and process through the end to pull up all the wild weeds that will grow from the short comings of our decision in which we did plant. Yes we are forgiven, but that has nothing to do with the seed still growing in which we allowed the thief to get us to plant; therefore, be prepared to stand strong in confidence as you go through the process of pulling up the short comings weeds: the shortcomings will dress the thief coming with the power given to him from us to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. In the big scheme of things, after we bring the short comings to Jesus, it is just a technicality in which we must just process through. The short comings become wild weeds that grow back to us even after receiving forgiveness. They come to remind us to be aware of the thief at all times: we have to dress and keep our garden according to the Will of Father at all times. Process Through The End To Start Again.
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good.