If we need or want to have our times and seasons adjusted; well, the Father is the Godhead that can get it done, if he Will. It is more too complicated to do than it is too hard for God to do; and of course, we know that there is nothing too hard to do for God according to scripture: Jeremiah 32:17, “Ah Lord God! behold, thou hast made the heaven and the earth by thy great power and stretched out arm, and there is nothing too hard for thee.” And also just to name another scripture of many, Luke 1:37, “For with God nothing shall be impossible.” We see God run into this complicated situation when Elisha ask God to service his times and seasons by doubling the amount of the anointing given to him. 2 Kings 2:10, “And he said, Thou hast asked a hard thing: nevertheless, if thou see me when I am taken from thee, it shall be so unto thee; but if not, it shall not be so.” I know that we are all very happy and blessed to know that there is nothing too hard for God as stated in Jeremiah 32:17 above in this paragraph; however, we do see as stated in 2 kings 2:10 that there are hard things that can be asked of God. Jesus left by example in the garden of gethsemane that we should come to the Father for service if we are in agony in the way we are going, and to confirm if this way is the way for which we have come to do his Will. This shows us that the Father is the last one with the power to change the way, if the way can be change. Jesus knew that only the Father can confirm if the time is at hand to do the perfect Will of the Father; and, Jesus wanted us to know what to do to find out if there is anything else that can be done to have us in the perfect way. 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.” Father Is The Godhead To Service Our Times And Seasons.
When Jesus ask his Father in the garden of gethsemane if this cup could pass, did he ask a hard thing of his Father? I don’t believe that something is a hard thing if the something doesn’t have any bite to it in the first place. Jesus and his Father are one; therefore, that question was more or less a formality of that no good thing, the flesh, processing through what it was going through. Jesus will not be expecting the Father to say yes to something that is against his Will. When we go to the Father to service our times and season, we too should not expect the Father to say yes to something that is against his Will. If we know for sure that we have already received from him his perfect Will; and from what I can see from Jesus and from Paul, we will be alright asking a couple three times. Paul ask the Lord three times to service his thorn in the flesh, but the Lord told him to speak of it no more after three times. When we ask God to service our times and seasons for the day and hour at hand, we should not be attempting to run from his Will; but we should be sincere about confirming his Will. If God chooses to not service or change a thing in our times and seasons if we ask of him a hard thing to do; and since there is nothing too hard for God to do as the scripture states, then what could be the reason for him not doing it? Let me offer this to us all: if there is nothing too hard for God, and if there is a hard thing ask of God in which he did no do; then we have two evidences to pull from. We know from much scripture that the Father and the Son are one; therefore, we know that passing that cup from Jesus as he asked in the garden just will not happen. It not happening will not be because of being too hard for God, and it not happening will not be because Jesus has ask a hard thing; however, it not happening will be because it’s just not the Will of God to pass the cup of death from Jesus. Father Is The Godhead To Service Our Times And Seasons.
Now when we look at Elisha asking God a hard thing, and it did happen. Let me offer you this: it is a hard thing to ask something of God when God has already put it forth as his Will, and has made all things around it build up to work line upon line, and percept upon percept as he had done with Elisha. Now to service Elisha, it is not a problem that will affect the Will of God, for a double portion will actually allow God to do even more with Elisha. The hard thing here is that Elisha was not prep for a double portion of anointing, and there will need to be more done for him to carry that level of anointing. It was not so much a hard thing for God, for his Will is not affected; however, it is a hard thing for Elisha because he will need to go a little further with Elijah, and go through more to have enough coming at him that fills him with the other unplanned portion. I also like to offer to you that when it came to Hezekiah asking God to service his word for him to prepare to die, God knowing how his Will would be affected if Hezekiah lived longer, was able to give him a new word of fifteen years longer to live. 2 Kings 20:6, “And I will add unto thy days fifteen years; and I will deliver thee and this city out of the hand of the king of Assyria; and I will defend this city for mine own sake, and for my servant David’s sake.” The one thing that we must know when the Father services our times and seasons: no matter if we ask a hard thing, no matter if it can’t be too hard for God, and no matter if he only has to recall a word to send out another word to replace it as he did with Hezekiah; no matter what the times and the seasons, it will always be serviced according to his Will. So don’t go to him just hoping for a change; but go to him knowing that any change made will still be about his Will. Father Is The Godhead To Service Our Times And Seasons.
The Father In Spirit And In Truth Is Seeking Such To Seek Him.