Tuesday, May 24, 2016


(KJV.)  ST. JOHN 5:30

(30)  I can of mine own self-do nothing:  as I hear, I judge and my judgment is just; because I seek not my own will,  but the will of the Father which hath sent me.


Brethren, as servants, doing the will of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior;  let us be encouraged to persevere, forbear, finish his will;  no matter what types of circumstances we find ourselves in this world of darkness;  if we are partakers of the body of Jesus Christ, we are in his body to partake of his harassments, sufferings, death, and resurrection;  therefore, let us put on the whole armor of our Father, to withstand the firing darts of the enemy, and stand firmly as soldiers of Christ, ready to battle, gather up our loins of truthfulness, wearing breastplates of righteousness, shoes with the gospel of peacefulness, with faith, to counteract wicked devices of the enemy;  for we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, powers, the rulers of the darkness of this world, spiritual wickedness in high places, refer to Ephesians 6:12;  if we are in any type of sufferings today, let us never lose faith in Jesus Christ, but believe that he suffered, died on the cross, buried in the tomb, rose up again from the death, overcome the world; we are overcomers in his body as well, let us be strengthened in his might, allow his will to be done through us throughout the whole world in the Mighty Name of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior!

When we follow the life story of Jesus Christ, we find out that regardless of what he went through on earth during his ministration; he never gave up on what he was sent on earth to do; no matter how enemies provoked, reproached, persecuted him; he did not give up on his assignment, rather, he persevered against all odds, finished his assignment successfully, received a crown of glory in eternity, name above all names, that, at the mention of his Holy Name, all knees should bow, evil spirits cast out, the blind see, lepers walk, afflictions are completely healed;  therefore, let us not grieve the Holy Spirit's will in our lives, but allow him to do his will through our innermost spirits, we are his habitations, if we refuse to yield our hearts completely to him, we break the chains of his power, hinder his purposes on earth, to redeem, transform souls, bring them into everlasting life.

In the above text, Jesus explains to the multitude, that, he cannot do anything by himself; he does whatever, he hears from our Father saying to him to perform:  therefore, if we have the Holy Spirit within our hearts, he was not given to lay dormant within our hearts, but was given with purpose, to utilise our mortal bodies to accomplish the will of our Father through Jesus Christ;  but, what is his will?,  that is a big question, however, from this text, we find out that the Holy Spirit works his will, through believers to pass judgement, when injustices prevail against others; also, he acts as an arbitrator, authority, delegated to settle differences among brethren, reproves wrongful actions and behaviors of believers for his righteousness sake:  the same way, Jesus acted upon our Father's words while on earth, preached the kingdom message unto the hearts of multitudes:  in this era, the Holy Spirit our comforter, teacher, guidance, reprover speaks his truthful words of Jesus Christ from within our hearts unto others, to accomplish his purposes on earth;  therefore, if we refuse to relate his words unto others correspondingly as we receive them, we suppress him, cover up truthfulness of his words, maybe for fleshly reasons, we grieve him, are not truthful, faithful to his purposes.


Dearly beloved, as Jesus Christ witness words of the Father truthfully, believers are witnesses of his words as well;  therefore, let us witness words from Jesus Christ, channelled through the Holy Spirit unto the world of darkness;  not to break down the channels to which we receive spiritual messages because of our indifferences: for, it is a chain of command, from our Father through Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior, and the Holy Spirit forever and evermore.   Amen and Amen!


(KJV.)  St. John 5:19  Then answered Jesus and said unto them,  Verily, verily,  I say unto you,  The Son can do nothing of himself, but what he seeth the Father do:  for what things soever he doeth, these also doeth the Son likewise.