A tractor beam drawing an enemy in close to be held as hostage maybe the thing that helps bring excitement to a science fiction movie; however, if we don’t keep dressing our spiritual tractor beam (faith) with our hope so that faith can draw in the substance needed to manifest the thing of hope, then the substance to process our hope will be delayed or stopped. Every thing is linked to one another, and if one thing is not working as it should, then the other things will not be able to work as they should. When we are in a faith operation to bring to pass that which we hope for, if we are no longer in hope, then we will no longer have the tractor beam drawing the substance needed to manifest the thing of hope: it’s like metal needing the magnet to stick. There is a world of substance out there to make the word flesh, or natural for our use; however, if there is no hope being sent forth for our spiritual tractor beam (faith) to know, then there is no spiritual DNA from the hope for the faith to draw the right matching substance to manifest the thing of hope. Hebrews 11:1, “Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” Therefore, our hope is the key piece of evidence for faith to know the substance of things to become. And since faith requires the evidence of things not seen to exist, our hope not seen will be all of the qualifying evidence that faith will have to match the substance of the thing hoped for. Hope Dresses Our Spiritual Tractor Beam.
So how do we help with the dressing of faith, after faith has done the drawing of the substance of things hoped for? Well, let’s take a step back first to look at how we get hope in the first place. When we have a need, a desire or even a call of God to do, we should always take it to God in prayer for the word of hope. If we have a need, then a word of hope could be Philippians 4:19, “But my God shall supply all your need according to his riches in glory by Christ Jesus.” And when we have a desire, then a word of hope could be Psalm 37:4, “Delight thyself also in the Lord: and he shall give thee the desires of thine heart.” And when we have a call of God to do, then a word of hope could be Luke 4:18, “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he hath anointed me to preach the gospel to the poor; he hath sent me to heal the brokenhearted, to preach deliverance to the captives, and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty them that are bruised.” These are examples of the word of God from which we have our hope that he will do what he says he will do; and a word of God will also come to us as a revealed word at times in which we will also have our hope. The important thing to note is that when a word of God comes to you, it will also come with the faith in which your hope will continue to feed it the DNA of the thing hoped for to the faith that comes by the word of God. Romans 10:17, “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” So the word of God will come with the faith that you need to draw the substance of the thing that you hope for. And since faith is the substance of things hoped for, we need to keep our hope going so that the faith (the tractor beam) can continue to use the DNA of our hope to draw the substance of the thing hoped for with the matching DNA. Sometimes we may have a drop in the process when it comes to receiving faith substance because there was no hope coming forth at the time for the faith to know the DNA to match the substance hoped for: faith can not be the substance of things hoped for if the hope isn’t consistently going forth for the faith to know the substance or DNA of our hope to draw. Then comes the easier part for us to help with having the substance put in place to manifest the thing hoped for: once we hear the faith substance of our hope is at hand, then we move into it to make it evidence that is seen. Hope Dresses Our Spiritual Tractor Beam.
The Father In Spirit And In Truth Is Seeking Such To Seek Him.