All the foundations of this earth are out of alignment with their pattern that is in heaven which pattern they are a shadow of. It is important to get them back in line, because where they are out of alignment they put men’s lives in peril and God has come to save men’s lives, not destroy them. All of creation groans, laboring in pain waiting for the manifesting of the sons of God in men to be delivered. In order the get them back into alignment or reconciliation, we will need to move some mountains. In the first place these things are out of line because, men who is, and was created to exercise dominion over them fell away from being lord over them (“lord of all” of God’s creation) according to Galatians ch.4:1. (Though the seed, which is what we are in Christ; though the be lord of all, yet he is no different than a servant when he is a child.) God is not looking for servants in us but sons in us, sons of God—the perfect man.
To say that man is God is one thing; to make it so is another. The making of it to be so is impossible with man, but the making of it to be so is the workmanship of God, in Christ Jesus, which we are as the new creation of God. When he creates us anew in Christ Jesus that’s the thing that he is doing; and it is marvelous in our eyes. God fills that god size void that is in man with the gift of himself and so doing moves man into a completely different category or “genus” than what he previously was by himself. By himself he is just a man; with the gift of God man is no longer himself as he was, but Christ Jesus, Lord of all, to whom no limit pertain. He is now a life giving spirit.
Man looks down and seeing his feet of clay must now begin to wonder, if by God’s workmanship I am God, how is it—no, why is it with me that I am compassed about by so great a cloud of witnesses to the contrary telling me that this claim to be God I would embrace is just another dream of Icarus. This is the story of Rebekah who carried in her womb the dream of a nation, and instead of rapturous joy there was disquieting conflict that called into question the assurance of her very life. It is at this time that most people without proper counsel will succumb to the sirens of abortion, and kill the dream. If here we lack candor, if brutal honesty is not with us a legacy and an integral part of our core consciousness, it is here we slip into denial, sleep the endless sleep and never recover.
At this point people before us held to the course without wavering because their confidence in God was such that they knew God could not lie. When your relationship with God is such, like Mary you don’t go back, but ask—“how can such a thing be”. Reading their life story, by the effect of distance, time, and space by which we are removed form their experience, we cannot appreciate the extreme anxiety and great searching of heart that these people had to undergo. Very important to note she said not, it is impossible, but knowing this was no run of the mill proposition, she wanted to know how could this be, and so should we. Mary’s challenge was to physically manifest Jesus in her womb. The scale of your challenge if taken seriously is no less daunting. You are to bring forth Jesus in your spirit. God gives you the gift of himself, your challenge is to receive him, and be him.
When your job description is to do what you see your father doing, you think this game of “Simon Says” could be a pretty good gig for a job, until you realize that God is that father in question, and you are still required to do as he does.