Father: Father Chest Keeps Your Move Strategy Intact.

The one thing that we must be able to count on when in a faith operation is for things to stay together not just to the end, but through the end. It is hard to get to the end if you are not able to keep things together to the end. There are many people that come up short of making it to the end of a particular faith operation, and it is not because they lack the faith; but it is because they have those within the operation who can not keep their part in it together. The Apostle Paul may have known how to forgive seventy times seven as Jesus had talked with Peter about earlier; however, the Apostle Paul did not let you hang around long enough to test that commandment if you showed him that you could not keep it together a time or two. Yeah, you may have received forgiveness each time, but you were not going to have to practice up on your admitting it over and over. There are people in our lives who we have known for a long time, and can we still not count on them to keep it together to the end? Well, don’t blame them when they come up short again and again: you should forgive them again and again, but it is you that should receive the blame for continuing to go with what you know that will not work out. You have to eventually be free of having to forgive by asking yourself the one question. Why would something change after all this time, or after showing you all this time that it has not changed? Jesus said that we have to forgive, but he did not say that we have to keep setting ourselves up to forgive. It is Jesus who can change those people; therefore, let him now have his chance to change them while you move along in your faith operations. Father Chest Keeps Your Move Strategy Intact.

There is nothing like family, close friends, and fraternity brothers, lol; and they are all part of your first line of “I have your back” support. The problem with expecting this support group to keep it together on our behalf until the end is that we put more on them at times than they should bear. They should not have to bear certain things just because of the group in which they are a member of with you: family, friends, and frat brothers. The thing that I would want to know is would you want to have my back in this thing that I am currently in unto the end if you could sit this one out without bein ridicule by the weight of the circle membership? I believe that these members should be allowed to sit it out if they want to, plus many of them go in hiding anyway when they need to sit it out. I have had my mother not have my back because she needed to sit one out; I have had my wife not have my back because she needed to sit one out; and I have had my chapter frat not have my back by turning down to legacies because for some reason the frat needed to sit one out. The problem would not have been not to forgive them all; however, the problem would have been if they were my final leg to stand on. We should never make our close people be our final leg to stand on. We do not know all the legs that they have left, or the number of legs they have left in supporting condition. If someone does not have the faith available to help us, we should let them sit this one out; and if we press them to bear something in which they do not have the faith for, then we can press them into sin. People are not trying to stop us just because they do not have the faith to help us at that time. There has been times when I needed to sit one out because I didn’t have the faith to be there to the end; but certain groups can command performance from you without consideration of your leg support left standing. Father Chest Keeps Your Move Strategy Intact.

If we would use God, even unto the Father, in the position in which he should be used, it would take the pressure off of us as well as our close circles to have our backs. I am not saying that we not extend the opportunity for them to have our backs when needed, but lets not make it seem like a ride or die situation for them. The truth be known, it is God who expects to be our ride or die partner: he wants us to come to him as if there is no other place left for us to go. When we exhaust our close circles: family, friends, frat brothers, and any others; we leave them with thanks for their review and consideration to help us: we do not leave them with the weight of our world left on them to feel bad to be in our circle because they can’t help. When God is the one that gets the last call, the others only received a call just to give them a chance to be in on the action; but not to feel bad because this action was not for them. When we don’t know Father to be the one that will get it done, we will put weight on others that they should not have to carry. Now, I have helped many of my people in my circle over and over, and that includes some help given today sent forth to one; however, I really can’t remember the last time I offered an opportunity to my circle members to get in on my action. I really have given Father that position of being my ride or die partner, and he doesn’t take it to well if I share his position with others. The one thing I have realized about my circle members is that they really would have my back up until they could not have my back; and that is why I will not put that pressure on them to bear. I need to know that my ride or die partner does not get to a place where my back can not be had; therefore, the only one qualified to fulfill the position is Father. Jesus said that if we keep his commandments, that he and his Father would come make their abode with us; therefore, once you have Jesus, you might as well go for the black card, and don’t ride or die without it. I know, I have been being so good for a couple of months, but that felt good. The bottom line is that our circle people will give us their best until it is not in their power, and there lies the problem with having a human for my ride or die partner. Now when it is part of the plan of my ride or die partner, Father, to offer opportunities to others to get in on my action, then I am fine with whatever he is fine with, no doubt. And here is the other thing in which only the Son and the Father understand: the Father knows what it is to give his only begotten Son to die, and the Son knows what it is to go die for the Will of the Father. If a person is really going to walk in faith, they must be willing to keep it together to the end. The moves in which the Father will make will have you keep it together to the end. Father Chest Keeps Your Move Strategy Intact.

The Father In Spirit And In Truth Is Seeking Such To Seek Him.

Adopted son,

About Adopted son

I went right to college after high school, and earned my B.S. in Business and Commerce with a major in Marketing Research. While I have worked in the Business world most of my life, I was also spending much time growing, maturing, and developing in the Godhead within the Body of Christ. I founded, established and operated in the evenings a Christian based leadership, and Godhead fulfillment consulting group. I also served for years as a leader on the Church board, and ministry staff. My time in ministry with the Full Gospel Business Men, as well as my other engagements, allowed me to see how people of like faith can receive different results in the word depending on the faith activity in which the individual person believes. There are many options of faith substance made available to us in a faith operation, and we need to move into the faith substance in which we believe in accordance with the word of God in which we are standing. My current and long time ongoing mission is to highlight the greatness of my "Heavenly Father," and the mighty power that He has given to His sons and daughters to use here on earth as they move to fulfill the Godhead. We the members of the Body of Christ leave much of our hundred fold on the table simply because we don't fulfill the Godhead unto the Father. Once we take the Word to full faith, it is not over. So let's go for the greater fold, and fulfill the Godhead. And to be a Global Resource Director, I can afford to leave no fold on the table. Adopted son,
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