RSS feed

Download the pdf file

 

To each of the Persons of the Trinity, the Other is a God to be exalted and worshipped, praised and honoured, and They work constantly to give glory to the Other, always manifesting and revealing the brilliance and generosity and love of the Other by the Light of which the Father said, “Let there be.”

For to the Son, the Father’s Will, brilliantly purposed and prepared, thought out and set out, and then brought forth out of sanctuary, out of solitude, out of silence, out of darkness, out of all knowing, out of deep brooding and into the realm of what is possible only for God, what is possible only for God to endure and sustain and maintain.

And to the Father, it is the Son’s triumphant and gloriously brilliant fulfilment of His Will as He opened the doors to eternal life for all and walked with the Father and Spirit into all things made new ~

For what the Son brought into the Father’s Will was Himself and His absolute total obedience, which was the source of His joy for it was the assurance of the outcome and the certainty of the victory ~

Jesus brought into the Father’s Will and desire the entire stature, everything that made Him the Son of God and the Son of Man … everything that made the Father call His Kingdom the Kingdom of the Son of His Love – everything, which made Him the Word of God, everything, which made Him and Him alone the complete revelation of the Godhead, the revelation of the Father, the revelation of the Son and the revelation of the Holy Spirit as revealed in and through this Man called Jesus – this sinless Man who was without pride or arrogance, prejudice or contempt, judgement or condemnation…

For Jesus has always loved the Father, and to do exactly as He commanded Him was for Him to overcome the world, even the faith of all men, and it was the Son of this Father who would execute such a task, in such a way to bring about such an outcome for a God and Father such as this… for such was the outcome going to be if Jesus did exactly as His Father commanded Him…

For Jesus prayed three times for the cup of suffering to be taken from Him if that were possible, but always, it was, “Yet I want Your Will, not Mine…” it was always, “Not what I will, but as You Will and desire Father.”

And that is the stature of Jesus, the stature of The sacrifice of the Trinity, which held in it the depth of the humanness held in Their creation, bringing all of which was held in that humanity before the Father in all of its truth as only Jesus could reveal it, otherwise the Will of God would not have been fulfilled as it was to be fulfilled, for within the Will of the Father was the entire humanity of the Son, and within the Will of the Son was the all of the Godliness of the Father… and Jesus conformed to the Will of His Father and made Himself One with it and took the completion of it into every opening the Father had made possible… only through Jesus… into every insight made available… only through Jesus… into all of what was yet to be experienced by God only through Jesus – all coming through the sufferings of His Christ with every one of the threads of which were now exposed from such a deliberate weaving by God, taken hold of by the disciplined, obedient, faithful Son who knew what it was, who knew what it meant to do exactly as His Father commanded Him, and Jesus did just that, with a sword piercing His soul, and with bloodied fingers and hands and feet pierced with nails unyielding, even to the Son of the God Most High, the Will of the Father wrapped itself around the flesh of the Son as the Holy Spirit of God perfectly sustained Him… and Jesus arose and went forth to meet with His betrayer and to fulfil beyond all imaginings the entirety of the perfect Will and desire of the God of God…

The perfect Will of the Father of all Creation… the perfectly formed desire of the Father of all creators… the perfectly declared Will and desire of the God and Father of Jesus Christ through whom all creation came into its existence, into its redemption and into its resurrection.

For His Will demanded that He who was already perfect, He who saw creation being formed, even He who was its Creator… that He would be the One who would drink the all of the bitter cup of sorrow and that He would be the One who would be baptised with the baptism of suffering, for it was the Will of God to bruise Him, to crush Him, to put Him to grief, and when He made His soul a sin offering, a guilt offering, and had risen from the dead, He would see the multitude of children… heirs… and the Will and pleasure and plans of the Lord will prosper in His hands – and He will see the fruit of the travail of His soul and He shall be fully satisfied – and by His knowledge of Himself that He imparts to others shall God’s uncompromising and Righteous One justify many, for because of what He has experienced He has made possible for many to be counted righteous, for He did bear all our sin and guilt, with all the consequences…

And it took the body of the Son of the richest Man in the universe to be relentlessly torn open and exposed to death… it took being flogged beyond recognition and crucified without mercy… it took for it to be on a dusty hill at Golgotha… for it was here that Jesus filled that immeasurable Will of God with unimaginable might, as His spirit carried the hope of God for salvation for all to this place where the cross of God’s Christ would be driven deep into the hard earth because of what He alone had brought to this place in His flesh and blood… what He alone brought to this place for the Father and for the Son and for the Holy Spirit, for the Father’s Will is that none be lost and all be raised by Jesus on the last day ~

And that Will of the Father is nothing short of genius… the fulfilling of it by the Son nothing short of brilliant… and the work of the Holy Spirit nothing short of magnificent, for all given to Jesus were to be raised into the stature of the One God… all brought to the fullness of God who is Spirit but came to Earth in the flesh –

And it would take the soul of Jesus into where it was crushed with grief and overwhelmed with sorrow into where He prayed in such agony of spirit that His sweat fell to the ground like great drops of blood, and then He met with His betrayer and soon those drops of blood turned to an outpouring of blood, for the sins of the world were to be washed away, for God desired to forgive and to forget… God desired mercy and not sacrifice, but the forgiveness would only come through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and it would tear His flesh from Him, so the blood of the New Covenant for the forgiveness of sins could be poured out upon the whole Earth.

For all creation has sinned against God… all creation needs His forgiveness and His gracious mercy –

And this is what it took to fully fill the honourable, incorruptible, love-filled, life-filled, Will and desire of God for His creation that a lifetime, a life held in the confines of time could never capture the means it took to fulfil it, in what is mere seconds of existence in a mortal body, but the only way the fulfilment of it is captured, is in a life held outside of the confines of time where existence of heart, mind, spirit, soul and flesh is in the confines and yet freedom of God the Almighty One.

For He is the life He gave us… the life that He gave us is the life of God… given to us by His Will and desire to have many sons come to glory… for we were made in the Image of God to then be brought into the fullness of Jesus Christ.

For Jesus is the only example, the only explanation, the only revelation, the only demonstration of a life beyond this life of sin, a life beyond all silver and gold, beyond all houses and fields, for the sacrifice was God and what God would sacrifice , and it was the way of the sacrifice – the heart of the One sacrificing, the heart of the One sacrificed, not one part can be taken alone but all of it is one power-filled and emotion-filled demonstration of the revelation of the life we can have with God that is way beyond life as we have known it, as we have been taught it, as we have accepted it, as we have lived it… it is life as seen, as heard, as known, as lived, even as recommended by Jesus Christ, our Lord and Saviour… long before He became our Saviour… long before He became the cause of our salvation… long before the sufferings of His soul… long before His life became a sin offering… long before He had to bear sin and guilt, which nailed Him to the cross of Salvation ~

His teaching, speaking, praying, His crying out, shouting out, His weeping, His deep distress, His indignant anger, His agony of spirit, His sorrow of soul, His horrific beating…. the full wrath of God against Him… being counted among the sinners, bearing the sins of many, interceding for transgressors, the forsakenness of God upon Him, exposing Himself to death, the searching of Himself, and then His cry from the depth of His soul… that became a shout of victory, the joy of the victory held in those last words: “IT IS FINISHED.”

The all of the Will of the Father as known, as understood by Jesus Christ, was done and no one could take that joy away from Him, not even the means by which it took could remove from Him the joy of what was now to come, for so perfect was the obedience that the execution of it was assured, the outcome now made certain.

For that is what being done and complete, finished and perfected, fulfilled and accomplished means… for when something is truly done then it has been done the way Jesus would do it…

For what would have been fulfilled any other way would not have been the Will of God, but the will of man, for without the will of a man being founded on and immersed in and made one with the Will of God, it cannot stand, it cannot perform, it cannot endure, and it cannot raise all on the last day to the glory of God and for the glory of God.

The prayer of Jesus to have the cup of sufferings removed from Him if that were possible, was a voice to be heard, a voice that needed to be heard in that place called Gethsemane – not a silent prayer, not a hidden cry, and not a muffled plea because Jesus perfectly lived the humanity, which was assigned to the human race and only through that could the Father then have His Will and desire done so perfectly on Earth as it was done in Heaven… the extra mile Jesus forged, He forged as fully Man, a Man on a cross who had been made sin by the Will of God, who had been sacrificed for all by the will of God, and who would raise many sons to glory by the will of God, for God would receive glory from what happened to Jesus because Jesus conformed to the command and made Himself One with the Father and His Will – Being victorious in His passion and in His pain, being triumphant in obedience and endurance, giving unsurpassed glory and honour to the One who sent Him…

For this Son of God was not a stumbling block to His Father or His Will… His cry to Him was not a stumble but the perfect revelation of what did form and what was held in the Word who was made flesh.

Jesus was perfect and perfected even more through what He suffered, and He communed with the Father and the Spirit perfectly as the great workings of the Will of the Father took Jesus into places held within all men, as the Will of God worked in His life and through His life…

The great workings of the Will of the Father where it is One for all, one Son for many sons, but it was always for Jesus to be the First Born over all creation, the First Born over all flesh.

For the First Born of the Father was given as the One perfect sacrifice for all to be redeemed and reconciled back to their Maker, for Jesus lay down His life, not His obedience, for that cross had nailed to it all the power of the universe, power that had been laid down at the feet Jesus for no one could take His life from Him but He lay it down of His own accord, and He would take it up again for this was the command He received from the Father…

Their Oneness always in revelation, always revealing both sides of the double-edged sword, for the Sword of the Word is Their Oneness in revelation, Their Oneness in Word, Their Oneness in Spirit, Their Oneness even in flesh, as Jesus took on the likeness of men made in the Image of His God, made in the Image of the Father and in the Image of the Holy Spirit, and now to be raised into the fullness of Jesus the Son, the Son whom we meet at the crossroads, one road broad, the other narrow, so as to make our decision as to who we will follow and down which road we will go…

And if we are wise and have cried out for understanding, we will make our decision from God’s point of view and not ours… from God’s Will being done and not ours… from His life being lived and not ours… from His Truth being revealed and not ours…

For Jesus is God’s point of view, not man’s ~

Jesus is God’s Will being done and not man’s… and so He could search into the deep of God’s forsakenness of Him and find the pearl of the greatest worth, for that pearl was of such value, but came at such a price, but there is no sacrifice that would not be given by Each of the Persons of the Trinity to bring full happiness to the Other, and Jesus wrapped this pearl of the greatest worth in His spirit with all His might, and committed His spirit back into the hands of His Father, for from where He hung on that cross was to see all the dreams of God in their perfect fulfilment … and the Father watched the Son, and the Spirit watched both of Them as the cross, which looked so small on this Earth, soared into its heavenly stature and pierced the universal Empire of the hopes and dreams that God the Trinity had for the all of creation…

For it was the Creator on that cross, it was God on that cross just as much as it was a Man on that cross obeying every command given to Him…

And it is where our eyes meet His at the deepest level of truth – the truth of who we are before God, where we cannot deny the truth of ourselves before Him any longer, not only that we are sinners, just like the sinners amongst whom Jesus was counted, the sinners He bore the sin and guilt of, the sinners He interceded for, even the sinners crucified on either side of Him at Calvary, but now repentant sinners who are coming to know what it is to do exactly as the Father commands, as Jesus our Lord has turned us from the power of Satan back to God, as the truth of our hearts toward Him is revealed for all to see, for we can confess we are sinners but that does not mean we have repented of our ways and have turned back to the Way, and have turned back to the Truth, and have turned back to the Life of He who holds our sins not against us, but longs to free us from the chains of their bondage, taking us from the world into His Kingdom, from His kingdom into His Empire, and from His Empire into only where He has ever imagined and dreamed of ~

For the Holy Spirit teaches us how to search into God as Jesus did.

For we do not search as our Lord does… Jesus searched deep into His Father and God, and He was not searching at His leisure or within the halls of His Kingdom, or in the rooms of His palace, or within the harmonizing of His glory.

He searched with agony of spirit, suffering of soul, and crucifixion of flesh.

Jesus put out into the deepest darkness in which the Will of God had been placed, and when He put out into the deep, He earnestly and without rest searched into the Will of the Father and into Himself as He alone brought it into its most honourable and complete fulfilment, fulfilled for the Father, fulfilled for the Son, and fulfilled for the Holy Spirit…

He was on that cross for six long hours, and for four hours before that He was unmercifully flogged until unrecognisable, and rest He did not, receive mercy He did not, receive a stay of execution He did not, receive justice, never, nor did He raise His hand or voice to defend Himself, for He was the Will of God in progress – God’s desire working in the world through Jesus, and He would finish the work given Him enduringly, not laying on a bed in His Kingdom desiring for another to take the whip instead of Him, for another to step up and receive the nails instead of Him, another to be betrayed and forsaken and crucified instead of Him…

Jesus was not resting in the glory He had before the creation of the world –

He was not receiving compassion or mercy or leniency, He was not having His wounds miraculously healed nor His pain and anguish comforted until it was no more, but instead, His sufferings were moved more into increase until the full measure was reached according to the wrath due us, for He drank all of the cup of bitter sufferings and what He was to endure was not to be lifted from Him but pressed even more into Him, for the suffering of His soul was not to be comforted but to be held untouched in the confines of the Holiest of Holies within the Spirit who sustained Him, sustaining Him as He hovered over the deep of Jesus, not doing the job for Him nor holding back the whip from Him, not carrying His cross for Him or keeping the nails from being driven into Him, but sustaining Him as only the Spirit of God can… as Jesus walked the entire length of the road on which the Father led Him, and then walked the extra mile as the Father stepped to the side of Him to let Him pass by, and the Spirit watched and beheld Him as Jesus underwent, undertook and underwrote the entirety of the perfect Will of God for all creation… finishing completely what it took to fully fill the Will and desire of His Father because Jesus is the Ruler, the Head, the Origin, the Beginning, and the Author of God’s creation – Jesus is HIS firstborn over all of which was created ~

And the fervency of the Holy Spirit’s love for the Father and Jesus will ensure that all bow their knees to Jesus, the One the Father sent, for He sent the only Begotten Son of the Father of Creation, the only Christ of God, the only Saviour given unto us, a Saviour who was not languishing in a church being adored and served, praised and worshipped because He was a Saviour crucified, a King rejected, a Lord mocked, a Man despised, a Brother reviled as He earnestly sought out the all of which God had never had to live before… the deep of exceeding sorrow, the darkness of grief and agony, the loneliness of sacrifice and betrayal, the suffering of forsakenness, and He found the pearl that was awaiting God, new found territories that He who was life could now move into, as the resurrection of all things brought to Him a life He could only dream of living, with new found increase as perfection moved into its increase as the Spirit breathed new life into God and into His creation as He breathed out all things made new ~

For God is our abundance and now this was His abundance… an increase to Him in a multitude of ways, which would not cease to keep multiplying, for that great pearl Jesus found in the field of God was the more of God, the more He wanted for all creation to live and experience with Him, for the hours He was to remain on the cross still with breath in His body were the hours it would take for what was impossible for men to be made possible by the Son of all men, the One who only ever had on His mind the things of His God, the interests of His God, the work and the Will of His God, and who only ever had on His mind the happiness of His God…

He gave all He had to find what He was to still seek out, and the greatest treasure He found in the field of sacrifice, in the fields of His sufferings, in the fields of the joy of victory, to give back to the Father in a way that now would make the richest Man in the universe, the richest Father in the Eternity, rich in sons just like Jesus, enriched so much by the work done by His Beloved who moved Heaven and Earth to bring His God and His Father into His much desired Will and desire as many sons are brought to glory, many sons just like His first, and Jesus having many brothers and sisters all with a heart for their Father as His heart was for His Father ~

For the Father does not need to be rich in gold or silver or gems or jewels or stars or universes but rich to Him is to be rich in sons just like Jesus, rich in daughters who are the radiance of His Holy Spirit, rich with many children brought to the fullness of Christ, so all the rooms of His mansion, His household, His Kingdom, His empire are filled to overflowing with those who are sons and daughters of the R/resurrection, for Jesus searched and He found what only He at that moment and in those circumstances could have found… it was those hours on the cross, it was those last minutes on that cross, it was the last seconds on that cross of glory that took Him to where no one had gone… and His heart captured it, His spirit held it, and in His weakened state with each breath now excruciating, He brought it all home to the Father…

For Jesus knew and understood what it meant to bring many sons and daughters to glory, and so He took the Will of God into the dimensions of the perfected Son and brought everything home to the Father as He brought the Father of everything home to all He held in His heart and everything He hoped for in His soul.

For He went and He did and He completed and He perfected, as God’s forsakenness of Him carved out in the deep of Himself, drew out from the very depth of His soul, what even Jesus did not know was there until the last minute, until the last 60 seconds on that cross… to break through into what was the more of God, what more there was for God… for never was there a time like this before, and never will there be a time like this again… so there was no place left within the Will and the heart and the soul of God where Jesus did not go to bring His work into its finished state, filling the entire measure of the brilliantly purposed and prepared Will of the Father, with the silent sufferings of the Lamb of God, of the Man who was fully the Son of the Living God, and fully the God of all the living, and life as the Godhead had known it would never be the same again, never the same as before They went the way of the sacrifice…

For Jesus on behalf of the three Persons of the Godhead took God into the yet unsearchable proportions of His increase and made them searchable as He brought Them into what could only be done by Jesus, in this way and at this time ~

For as Jesus went the extra mile, He took it far beyond the boundary on which the Father stood, for it was Jesus, the Man, the Son, who was to take the Father further on that day at Calvary in those hours on the cross, and we live it from that moment with Him, with Them, when Jesus who was fully Man took God who is fully Spirit and all men who are flesh and held in Him and His Name, the Name which was the Name of His Father, and took them into the outreaches of what He had found and what He had accomplished, to bring them where no man had gone and to where God desired, even yearned to go, and to where only Jesus the Son and Messiah could take them…

And the Father was glorified and Jesus glorified in Him…

For His great humility does not end when the salvation of our souls is nigh…

For it is out of this humility that is true, which does come the great adventure of what He has always been about, for He is not a God who is of the nature of One who desires to live alone, to exist alone… such expression of this seen in His generosity of giving and His understanding of receiving… He gave of Himself and received back a creature made in His Image and Likeness, and from that desire to do such a thing is a deep opening into what is of the other side of the Empire of His dreams, the dreams He has for His Empire, held before the first day and the first night, before what was seen was classed as good…

The searching, hovering, the brooding of God, the prelude to what would be our interlude with Him, our interlude with the Author and Ruler of God’s creation, our interlude with Eternal Life –

Our interlude with God given through His Holy Spirit who abides in both the Father and Jesus… His Holy Spirit whose humility is the humility of both the Father and Son, and only He can train us for what has never been done before, and only He can sustain us as we take up our cross and follow Jesus into where we have never been before…

His zealousness for the Father and His Son so consuming that He would give up His Holiness to pour Himself over all sinful flesh that we may be given to acknowledge and know the greatness and the majesty and genius and brilliance and generosity and love of the Father and Jesus.

For the compelling work done by the Spirit of God is done with a humility that envelops the humility of the Godhead, with everything He does to reveal Jesus… His love of Jesus, to reveal the Father… His love of the Father, to reveal everything He holds dear to Him…

He is compelling to watch as He testifies of Jesus Christ who is at the right hand of the Father, who is at the very deep of the heart of the Father.

For all things of great worth will always be found in the only begotten Son of God.

No pearls of greater worth will be found outside of Him, outside the greatest treasure of the Father… and the Holy Spirit moves, manifesting both Father and Son in the only Light that has the power to illuminate what is to Him pure majesty in motion, pure Love in its finest form of manifestation, the Light that reveals our King, our Father, our Redeemer…

For it is the power of His great humility that lights up those who are the love in His heart… The Spirit always a cascade of brilliant revelation as He reminds us of the words of our King for they are eternal life… our Mighty Lord Jesus Christ who will be forever worshipped, who will forever be the Son who gave to the Father what no one else could, who will always be the Son who makes the Father’s heart filled to overflowing with a joy that no one can ever take away from Him, for what was witnessed was the greatest event the world has ever seen…

Our King coming to us riding on the foal of a donkey, being led by the Father to the place of the sin offering… Jesus, as silent as a lamb to the slaughter as He took on the sin of the world and purchased all men by His blood, that they may be reconciled back to the Father and be sons of the R/resurrection… Sons and daughters of a God who so loved the world that He gave His One and Only Son that whoever believes in Him shall not perish but have eternal life ~

But whoever does not believe stands condemned already because He has not believed in the Name of God’s One and Only Son.

So let a sword pierce our own soul as we take in this incredible salvation of our God as we take in the incredible mind of God – His zealousness, His perseverance, His endurance ~

His brilliant Will perfectly and magnificently fulfilled by Jesus the Son who came in the flesh ~

His absolute creative genius ~

His passion of perfecting what is already perfect ~

His gracious generosity in giving and forgiving ~

His contagious love of adventure ~

His inspiring Spirit who leads us alive into the Age to come ~

His gentleness as He carries the lost upon His shoulders ~

His courage in times of unbearable sorrow and unimagined agony of soul, spirit, heart and flesh ~

All Packaged in a humility to die for, a personality to live for ~

Because He is our future, the new awakening of the Age to come, and the work He has given us to do we must finish, for it is our life’s work –

It is what will keep us alive until Jesus returns, and if we do not give up and so finish what is ours to finish until it is done, it will change us forever, for it is what He has given us to do, which changes us even before we are changed in the twinkling of an eye and brought into our glorified bodies ~

It is not only the glorified body that makes us so different, but more so when we have lived to finish the work assigned to us, when we live to obey every command given us, that is what changes us to make us just like Jesus, and it will always be a part of us, it will always add to the glory of the Father seeing His Son in us, as He saw Him before He entered His glory, as He saw Him as He trod the road to Jerusalem, as He saw Him as He lay down His life, as He saw Him crucified beyond recognition, and as He saw Him as He glorified the Name of His Father…

And even as He walks into the mist and into all things made new, He will always be Jesus our Lord. He will always be the One who saved us when we could not save ourselves, always be the One who carried our sin and our guilt, always be our Brother when we had no brother to lead us, He will always be what we could have never been if it had not been that One perfect One should die for all who were sinners, if it had not been One sacrifice to cover all who have sinned against the God of God, for it was God’s Will to forgive us, to redeem us, and for Jesus to raise all on the last day to have life in the R/resurrection, to be sons and daughters of the R/resurrection who is Jesus Christ our Lord.

So the world must learn, it must know of its redemption, its forgiveness, its resurrection.

The world must learn that it has healing, it has deliverance, that it has been saved through and by Jesus Christ because He loves the Father and did exactly as the Father commanded Him.

It must know it has been saved from perishing, for God did not send His Son into the world to condemn the world but to save the world through Him ~

And it must learn, it must know, that whoever does not believe stands condemned already because he has not believed in the Name of God’s One and Only Son –

Because… Yes…

The Father’s Will is nothing short of genius…

The fulfilling of it by the Son nothing short of brilliant…

And the work of the Holy Spirit nothing short of magnificent…

And we take in the words of Jesus our Lord and our King, take them into our heart, mind, soul, spirit and flesh… we take in the joy, the joy of the victory, the joy of the victory that only comes through our Lord Jesus Christ because it is also the victory of joy.

The joy He had when He said, “It is finished.”

And the joy we have in the words: “Yes, surely I am coming soon.” AMEN

|


Notice: Use of undefined constant user_level - assumed 'user_level' in /home/holyspiritsworks/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/ultimate_ga.php on line 524

Notice: Use of undefined constant user_level - assumed 'user_level' in /home/holyspiritsworks/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/ultimate_ga.php on line 524