I don’t need sustainability, for I am sustainability as long as I stay in the Will of the Father. The Father’s Will sustains itself, and it also sustains those who are in it to bring it to pass. When someone of good intentions ask you how are you going to maintain the level required to finish it out; then you just tell them that the Father will provide what is needed to finish it all out. It is not our job to provide what is needed, or to sustain what is needed; but our job is to move into that which is produced so that it will remained sustained. The Godhead can provide all day the substance in which we need to sustain as we bring the Will of the Father to pass; however, if there are no hands of flesh waiting to bring it to pass, then it will not happen. When the King’s servant Naaman initially refused to go wash in the Jordan seven times as the prophet Elisha had given him to do to recover from his leprosy as directed by the word of God, we do not see the healing jumping out of the water onto him to make it happen. The Father gave the sustainability when he sent forth his word to produce Naaman’s recovery from leprosy, and after that it only required that Naaman moved into the faith substance which was produced by the word: go wash in the Jordan seven times, Boom. I know Naaman was so glad that he listened to the word of his servants of whom he endeared: well, if someone other than a legal child calls you father, then there is an ear there given to them at times: 2 Kings 5:13, “And his servants came near, and spake unto him, and said, My father, if the prophet had bid thee do some great thing, wouldest thou not have done it? how much rather then, when he saith to thee, Wash, and be clean? The Father Gives Me Sustainability.
You know, we need to just think about this for a minute. There was a little maid there taken from Israel, and she would be so many things: like a word of knowledge (the Prophet is there), faith (the Prophet would give Naaman the substance needed to recover from the leprosy), and also a word of wisdom (go see that man to get your healing). You and I have more than that little maid from Israel: she had the knowledge of the Prophet Elisha, and we have the knowledge and the relationship of the Son of God himself, Jesus. Now the way that I see it, if she can get all of that done with Naaman, a stranger to the Prophet Elisha, I fail to see how it is that we come up short as a whole so many times. And it wasn’t just that little maid in the parade willing to speak forth the favor of God on Elisha, but it was his other servants also stepping high with it. This is not just a parade in which we march to the prophet, and all is well: all is well if the Capitan, saluted servant of the King, returns back clean. So let us use all of our spiritual toys in order to join in, and receive from the Father the sustainability to bring to pass the thing that we hoped for. It really isn’t as hard to do if we be like the little maid, and that is to just stand up for what you know. The little maid from what I could read in the scripture in 2 kings 5, she did not stutter when she gave forth what she knew without any doubt, and never mind that Naaman himself just may not believe that it could be done. You know, when you have been made a co-heir with Jesus, and it has been so said by God; then it is so done whether you believe it or not, for God is not a man that he should lie. It’s like being in a job interview, and they ask you to give them a weakness of yours, and you answer with “I don’t procrastinate well at all,” which is really a strength of yours. If we took the scripture that says “all things are possible with God,” but we also say that it is not possible for God to lie; well, we just made all things promised to us even more possible since his word will not return to him void. Here’s the thing, if the little maid can have what she said for someone else; then come on, man or woman: it’s on us it we don’t have what we say for our selves in that we know Jesus. If we want to sustain to have the thing that we hoped for, then go read the co-heir fine print to know what we have; and then go move as he moves. The Father Gives Me Sustainability.
The Father In Spirit And In Truth Is Seeking Such To Seek him.