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There is a difference between the Kingdom way of thinking and the reality of living out of the Kingdom here and now....

Question: What if I told you that "the Lord's or Disciple's prayer" may have been a model prayer before the death, burial, and resurrection of Messiah; but after the day of Pentecost it was demonstrated in the way they spoke of the Kingdom come and his will being done on Earth, as it is in Heaven?

There is a difference between saying "Your will be done" and living out of his will.

One may suggest that his will may not be done, and the other is executing his will on Earth as it is in Heaven.

Question: Have you ever noticed that when we talk about the things of Yahweh, we have a tenancy to say, "He's about to or we are on the threshold of something?"

Ask yourself why most everything we believe to be true is usually framed in past experiences or pictured in future predictions? What we presently believe to be true could be preventing us from seeing anything from the reality of the eternal now!

"Yahweh is NOT about to do anything that he has not already done, and until we come into agreement with His finished work, we are bound to keep doing all we can, to do what he has already done."

Faith is now! We need to stop seeing everything through the prism of our own personal experiences, and begin to see things the way He sees them.

Authentic apostles and prophets can see the end from the beginning, and they can help us avoid being carried away by every wind of doctrine.

"And he has appointed some with grace to be apostles, and some with grace to be prophets, and some with grace to be evangelists, and some with grace to be pastors, and some with grace to be teachers. And their calling is to nurture and prepare all the holy believers to do their own works of ministry, and as they do this they will enlarge and build up the body of Christ. These grace ministries will function until we all attain oneness in the faith, until we all experience the fullness of what it means to know the Son of God, and finally we become one perfect man with the full dimensions of spiritual maturity and fully developed in the abundance of Christ. And then our immaturity will end! And we will not be easily shaken by trouble, nor led astray by novel teachings or by the false doctrines of deceivers who teach clever lies. But instead we will remain strong and always sincere in our love as we express the truth. All our direction and ministries will flow from Christ and lead us deeper into him, the anointed Head of his body, the church. For his “body” has been formed in his image and is closely joined together and constantly connected as one. And every member has been given divine gifts to contribute to the growth of all; and as these gifts operate effectively throughout the whole body, we are built up and made perfect in love." (Ephesians, 4:11-16 TPT)

Do not hold too firmly to what you presently believe to be true, because further enlightenment and illumination will cause the landscape to look very different. If you are a lover of the truth, you will never be satisfied with being told what to believe.

©2021 Blake Higginbotham (P)2021 Blake Higginbotham

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