You know, when we don’t finish what we started, it’s only our fault. I know that there are some mighty good reasons to pop up, to stop up our ability to continue at times, but it is not our ability in which we should be depending on to finish anyway. Really, unless you’re in a coma, or with little awareness as in a vegetative like state, and of course dead, there is room to allow for acceptance of your reasoning for ending your quest before it’s finish. Ok, I can feel my next level people out there with a little murmur toward the thought of having a good enough reason to not finish. I was trying to get through the “having a good reason to not finish thought” without having to address it, but my next level people out there murmur to receive at least a nugget on it before I move on. I can do a nugget, but I don’t want to say too much in where I would be required to break it down for all reading it to receive clarity, and understanding. It might require four or five additional paragraphs to this post on that single thought alone in order to break it down; where as today I am only dealing with why we should be able to finish, and not just end that in which we seek after: we do have a Father in heaven who is never ending until it’s finished. So here is the quick nugget, now against the thought, that there are reasons that allow one to end that in which they seek after. So forget about death, if you’re dead, and not brought back to life, for you, it is finished; However, and here is the nugget, if you have someone who is yoked up with you, and that person can receive, and believe in that which was given to you by God, then they can become one with you, and make moves for you to advance your cause, or finish it if you are unable. Now, there is the nugget for my next level people out there, who like me, just do not have the mental and spiritual wherewithal to ever end something that the Father started. Now I thought about Ruth in the Bible, and how she dedicated her life to advancing Naomi’s life and faith. And then the Father came through even greater as usual, and he said to take a look at Abraham. Did you know that it was Abraham’s Father, Terah, who took the Word given to Abraham, and really got the party started by moving the family on from in Ur of the Chaldees to Haran? Now Abraham is not in a coma, or vegetative state, but it was another, similar to say an Eve in the garden, but willing to obey; Terah his father, took what was given to Abraham to finish, and moved it along when Abraham was not doing any moving: Genesis 11:31 “And Terah took Abram his son, and Lot the son of Haran his son’s son, and Sarai his daughter in law, his son Abram’s wife; and they went forth with them from Ur of the Chaldees, to go into the land of Canaan; and they came unto Haran, and dwelt there.” Just like Adam told Eve about the deal with the tree of the knowledge of Good and Evil, and they both did the opposite and did eat; it was Abraham who told Terah about his deal from God to get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and come into the land which I shall show thee.
You know, I can imagine that Abraham was shocked to hear, not just that he had to leave his country, but that he had to leave from his kindred. Do you know the amount of despair some people feel when God ask, and he always ask, for them to break-up the love affair with their parents. The Father is not going to let you have anyone in your life be loved by you more than he: if you haven’t broken that yoke, and dropped it down below where you have the Father sitting at the number one love spot in your heart, then you know why you still are where you are. Yeah, I can see Abraham being put in a vegetative type state when that Word came down the pipeline: he was not having anything to do with that like so many of us have chosen. I can remember exactly where I was on the day that fate made it my date. My brother was on his way to pick me up for a long drive to another state to get to my natural father in time for his surgery. I had packed up, and as I was about to get ready to leave, and I heard the Father say to me so clearly, I didn’t tell you to go to the surgery. I can not only imagine how Abraham possibly felt, I felt how it would feel to leave your kindred by not going to the surgery of the one person in which you loved more than any other person on the planet. You know we read that scripture all of the time, but we don’t really know what it means until it comes a knocking on our door: Luke 14:26, “If any man come to me, and hate not his father, and mother, and wife, and children, and brethren, and sisters, yea, and his own life also, he cannot be my disciple.” Yeah, after that day, there were many spaces made available, and reserved just for the Father: no more contenders insight for that spot.
Anyway, back to Abraham, you can see in the scripture where it says that the Lord had said unto Abraham. When someone had said, it means that it is not just being said for the first time because it had been said before. Let’s look here in these two scripture verses: Genesis 11:32-12:1, “And the days of Terah were two hundred and five years: and Terah died in Haran. 12:1) Now the Lord had said unto Abram, Get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land that I will shew thee.” We know according to scripture in Genesis 11: 31, that it was Terah, and not Abraham to move on the Word of God first that was given to Abraham. And we can see here in Genesis 11:32, that Terah has just died over in Haran, and that his death will bring Abraham out of his Vegetative state so that he can now function: with Abraham’s father being dead now, it will not be so hard for him to want to leave. So finally here’s the nugget, you can not ever count the Father out, and end that which you hoped for. There are others around you who can move on that which was given to you, even when your state of existence can not move on it, to advance it, or finish it.
Acts 7:2, And he said, Men, brethren, and fathers, hearken; The God of glory appeared unto our father Abraham, when he was in Mesopotamia, before he dwelt in Haran.
Oh, The Father Never Ends, So sons Finish Yours. The Father has so much Will that has never been heard, spoken, or written: he got plenty Will to finish all that we could ever hope for only if sons be willing. So why would a son be willing to end as oppose to be willing to finish?
The Father Still Does Love To Do The Body Good!