The Father does not need our help in letting him know that we are his, for it is he who made us: Psalm 100:3, “Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture.” Look, God even has psalms expressing the truth that we belong to him; and furthermore, there are the likes of Ananias and Sapphira still witnessing from the grave that Father can take you out if this truth somehow becomes cloudy to anyone at an inopportune time. And always remember that lying to the Holy Ghost in never an opportune time, for he is not always as forgiving as Jesus is having all that grace to give. Now I wouldn’t go about thinking that I could take advantage of the grace of the Lord just because we know that Peter looked Jesus right smack in the eye, and said that he would not deny. Well, we all know how that turned out: once, twice, three times a denier, but Jesus still loved him so. Yep, Peter lived on to live pass all of that as the one (Jesus) full of grace proved again to be a man of his Word: Matthew 18:21-22, “Then came Peter to him, and said, Lord, how oft shall my brother sin against me, and I forgive him? till seven times? 22 Jesus saith unto him, I say not unto thee, Until seven times: but, Until seventy times seven.” Peter may not have sat at the feet of Gamaliel as did the Apostle Paul, but man, or woman, I tell you; that Peter was a smart business man, and he used his smarts too. When Jesus told him to cast the nets back out, Peter’s decision to trust in the Lord, and not his own professional experience had his boat running over in need of more boats: the first black Friday was immediately born on whatever day that was as Peter was in the black. Now I don’t believe for one minute that Peter was even able to look this far ahead with all his smarts, but he did have seventy times seven minus three forgiveness still left to burn with the Lord. I can better understand now why the Apostles, especially Peter, did not want to see Jesus get up out of here in order for the other comforter to come. There are certain blasphemies that one just can not be forgiven for if done against the Holy Ghost; and for one, I can not think of many things outside of taking the Lord’s name in vain that garner that type of disrespect than lying to the Holy Ghost in broad daylight for the Church to hear and see. Matthew 12:31-32, “Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men. 32 And whosoever speaketh a word against the Son of man, it shall be forgiven him: but whosoever speaketh against the Holy Ghost, it shall not be forgiven him, neither in this world, neither in the world to come.” I Am Yours Father, Do What You Want To Do.
So as I mentioned at the beginning of this post in the very first sentence, the Father does not need our help in letting him know that we are his; however, after reading the first paragraph we can get a glimpse at the help that the Father does need from us. The Father wants us to realize in the same manner as we know that at different levels, there are different devils to deal with; therefore, if the Father is going to do what he wants to do with us as so many of us are willing to say to him, then we must come to the new levels of God with a different fire or resolve. We have learned from scripture that blasphemy against Jesus shall be forgiven, but blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven. The help that the Father needs from us in order to do what he wants to do with us as so many of us may not should have said to him so freely just yet, is to make sure we bring our next level face to the table whenever we finish bringing the Word to full faith: once we bring the Word to full faith, then next one in line to deal with will be the Holy Ghost. I am just saying, it is good that Peter was able to work out all of his denying, lying to Jesus before Jesus left to send the Holy Ghost as the comforter in his place. All I know for sure is that Peter lied to Jesus, but did not die; however, when Ananias and Sapphira lied to the Holy Ghost, well, they died. The Holy Ghost is no son of man as is Jesus; but what removes the seventy time seven commandment for the brethren to be forgiven? There is a Huge difference between Peter’s lying and Ananias lying: Ananias lying was conceived in his heart, and premediated; while Peter’s lying was spontaneous emotion of his true feelings about Jesus. Peter would have promised Jesus anything and meant it after being called the rock; as well as receiving earlier a revelation from the Father himself concerning Jesus being the Son of God. Jesus later had taken Peter along with the two brother to the mount of transfiguration. I believed we all would have not knowingly lied with many promises after all of that great stuff being bestowed on us. And here again lies, as in lay, the help that Father needs from us to do what he wants to do with us. We must of our own free will not think to highly of ourselves, by chance or by intent, for we must give an account of every word that we promise or speak forth. The Word is our chance to filter through the faith substances that we believe in while it is still in our own power. Once we take the Word to full faith, and beyond our own power, we must be ready with the belief and resolve to back it up. When the Holy Ghost steps to the plate to move on the Word that we present to him at full faith as being ready, while it was in our own power to choose, the time for “Uh-oh” is over. The help that the Father needs from us in order for him to do what he wants to do with us, is for us to have found the faith in which we believe; and then stand with it in resolve as the Holy Ghost comes to make the move on truth to proof. And by the way, Peter did grow in the faith to where he did die for the Lord before he would deny. Are we ready to step to the plate with the faith and resolve to let the Father do what he wants to do with us? I Am Yours Father, Do What You Want To Do.
The Father In Spirit And In Truth Is Seeking Such To Seek Him