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All the things of God are given for us to sow, as seeds are sown: his glory, nature, name, power, kingdom, spirit, mind, the heaven of heavens, yada, yada, yada... for us to grow up into him in all these things. As much as Jesus trusted his Father to raise him up after he died, God is trusting us to receive these things after he has given them to us and cannot repent. These things cannot be handled with the hands to sow them as one would sow the natural seed, but must be spoken form the heart, by means of our mouths, as God does calling the things that be not as though they were

We have to personalize God's gift of himself to us...receive and assert ownership of them. They are in Christ; he is made of God all things unto us in heaven and in earth. Each of his things God has given to us as Christ, the gift of God, which is what Christ is; we call ourselves by that thing in the first person. In order to sow the seed of God for our life, you have to say it in the first person. That's how we put on the Jesus is our model of exactly what we ought to be. He is the pure spotless lamb of God—perfect. When he says for us to be perfect, he is saying for us to be him in all things that God has given which he is. We are his image, and the echo of God. Being an image that has the dimension of life, we are echoic, and visual in God’s complete representation. Echoes occur in the first person, as we ought to reflect God. Not just be saying he did this or he did that, but do some yourself…….he said for you and I to do it! The Kingdom of God comes from within you because God has placed a king within you. It remains the part of you're doing to free this king to come forth by what you say; and what you say is what you are sowing for him to come forth

Jesus said unto them, the kingdom of God is like this, as if a man should cast seed into the ground; and should sleep, and rise night and day, and the seed should spring and grow up, he knows not how. For the earth bringeth forth fruit of own herself; first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear. (Mark 4:26-27)

The seed to which Jesus alludes here is the word of God, and the ground is our lives. The word which in the beginning was God, that now we are to sow into our lives contains the gift that is God himself given to man, for man to grow up into him in all things. This is a gift that is 100% pre-ordained to transform man from his human origin, and elevate him to be equal with God. That is the understanding of reconcilement….to bring one side into balance with the other so that they of equal value.

Both dead and alive, man has different values. Alive, depending on the particulars of his estate, he may be worth millions, but none of those can go with him beyond the grave. Dead, if all his members can be separated and parted out for whatever medical demands they are to meet, his parts alone are assessed in value upwards of one-quarter of a million dollars, regardless of what his standing was in life. At death both the rich and the poor man’s corpse actually fetch the same price—a body is a body.

The same person who threw the ball would be the same person to catch the ball. It is as though God threw a ball (all of his possessions, and all things that make him Gos as a gift), and then disposed of himself in such a way as to show up at that place (in Christ where he elevates man to be equal to catch those things with man in Christ) where he would catch the ball and loose nothing—not even his being that was given.. In over four thousand years since God gave this gift to him, man hasn’t figured it out yet.

Jesus is the resurrection and the life, and that’s exactly what you are a life-giving spirit…therefore you receive (catch that) and sow it. When You sow it in the first person, it sounds something like—I am the resurrection and the life…a life giving spirit made like Jesus; I call dead things back to life. The power of life and death is in my tongue. When you sow those things your consciousness will begin to grow as those things begin to take on a life of their own…God’s life. Thats what Mary did, she didn’t understand the challenge to her, but she treasured it up in her heart and it grew into Jesus.

Four thousand years ago God gave to Abraham, and to his seed Jesus, who was to be born two thousand years later, this gift which translates, or commutes the possession of all things that are in heaven, and upon earth, from God to man who is to be recreated anew in Christ, and to become God’s sons and daughters. It is as though God threw a ball (all of his possessions), and then disposed of himself in such a way as to show up at that place (in Christ where he elevates man to be equal with him) where he would catch the ball and loose nothing—not even his being that was

if a man should cast seed into the ground; and should sleep, and rise night and day, and the seed should spring and grow up, he knows not how. For the earth bringeth forth fruit of own herself; first the blade, then the ear, after that the full corn in the ear.


given. The same person who threw the ball would be the same person to catch the ball. In over four thousand years since God gave this gift to him, man hasn’t figured it out yet. Man cannot receive God from some remote local; we have to meet him at the agreed meeting place which is in Christ Jesus where the two become one, in the new covenant between God and man….the man Christ Jesus.

For this to happen, everything that transpired, and in the way it unfolded, God first spoke them. For them to happen in our case we have to speak every thing that is to happen; God gave us his mind, and the spirit of boldness in Christ fo us to do so. The doing of this is what Jesus alludes to in the parable of the sewer in Mark 4:26. All the things that God, as throwing a ball, threw for you and him to meet as one in Christ and receive are to be spoken out of your mouth in the first person possessing them. Jesus began to speak about these things but each time was met with a hostile non receptive crowd to these things. Paul says concerning Jesus there are many things to be spoken but hard to speak and the hearers being dull of hearing cannot hear them.

Having sown the seed into your life, the angels begin to generate in you, from those seed, the very nature of God's life which you had not before sowing/speaking. As you keep those words, God will cause all things of various circumstances to work for the good purpose of those seeds growing up into the specific thing of Christ for which you spoke.

Abraham was told to leave his home in Ur of Chaldea where he grew up, and he was to go to a certain place in Canaan, where God would bless him. As with Abraham, so it is with us; we have to go beyond the outer limits of our familiar human limitations…beyond both the measure, and above the strength, that is the hallmark of man. When Jesus demonstrated this new capacity before them, his bewildered disciples asked…what manner of man is this. In Christ, Man’s limitations are amended and vastly expanded to be measureless, where before he could be measured, having a kind of existence that was separate and distinct form God—now they are distinctly one and measureless. Jesus said if you’ve seen my Father, then you’ve seen me—seeing me also it to see the Father…..equal…making that true for you because there is no difference between you and Christ according to the specifics of this covenant. In fact it isn’t even you who now lives, but Christ living in and through you, and there is no condemnation.

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Read Creator or liar and see how we can be reconciled with God the builder, and measure of all things.

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