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Revolution
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Hagilu Natan Elohim/Revelation 3:20 AMP  Behold, I stand at the door and knock; if anyone hears and listens to and heeds My voice and opens the door, I will come in to him and will eat with him, and he [will eat] with Me.


When we open the door to G-d, He shows up. When G-d shows up, things begin to happen and situations begin to change. In our human thinking we have our grandiose plans and ideas about how G-d will change things in our lives and rearrange things the way we wish them to be. However, I can tell you from my own experience that He is more concerned with what is best for us than our plans. His ways are so much higher and He sees things from a position of omnipotence that we do not. If we try to fulfill G-d's promises to us by our own works, we hinder the real promises from arriving.


Abraham learned the same lesson. When he believed G-d's Word declaring that he would be the father of many nations, it was only a matter of time until G-d showed up. Abraham actually hindered G-d from showing up by his wreckless relationship with Hagar trying to fulfill G-d's promise himself. When we disobey G-d we set into motion consequences that can last a long time.


When G-d arrives, unusual things usually happen. Of course, that is precisely what happened to Abraham and Sarah in B'resheet/Genesis 18. Abraham and Sarah receive the shocking news that in due season, Sarah will have a child. It doesn't matter that they are old and past child bearing age. Nothing will ever be the same again because G-d showed up for lunch. Further, G-d is off to judge the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah. Be wise and notice how the presence of G-d can bring blessing or judgment. When G-d comes, blessing and judgment come also. G-d is perfect love and perfect love manifests blessing but also destroys sin.


Then there's the story of Mary and Martha in Ur/Luke 10. Really it's Martha's story because Mary has chosen the better part and it's Martha's life that is turned upside down. She has her "many tasks" and she is complaining that Mary isn't helping her. Yeshua addresses her complaints by rewriting what she should expect in life. Inviting the L-rd into your life doesn't guarantee pleasantness. Sometimes it guarantees a life shall be rewritten.


Many close to me get their feathers ruffled when I say this but it's true; the worst things that ever happened to me in discovering life happened upon inviting Yeshua into my life. He took me away from my fun sin, changed my perception, taught me how to operate in His way of doing and being right, demanded my being set apart and suddenly I was face-to-face with spiritual war. I'm not a masochist, so why would I stay in such a situation? What is there that keeps me following this G-d of Yisra'el?
 
It's simple. I have seen myself through His eyes and I know He sees me as I truly am and that makes me happier and more fulfilled than I've ever been! I know precisely what I was created to be, to do, and where I am going. Unless you are known as you truly are, you will never reach total fulfillment in this classroom called the land of the living.


You can fill voids with education, career, money, travel, things, people, but you will still have that nagging desire for someone to know you as you truly are because without this, you can never fulfill your divine destiny and unless you fulfill the divine destiny, you are just another person who winds up buried in a cemetery full of dead dreams, visions, plans, ideas, inventions, creations, etc.


A person who wants more relationship with G-d is anyone who has the guts to open his/her door and allow Yeshua to come in. It takes courage to open the door to Yeshua because, once inside, He's going to work on you; He's going to change you, He's going to turn your world upside down. He's going to challenge your ways of doing and being right with His own. He's going to see you as you really and truly are. Once inside, Yeshua goes to work on us, stretching us, molding us until we become who we are called and destined to be.


Who are you called and destined to be? Are you sure? Has your life reached the state of perfection it should have? Are you fully developed and operational as the destined creation of G-d you were designed to be? Or are you, like most people, finding out your life, so far, has been spent doing what you wanted to do and you've completely missed what you were supposed to be? It's never too late to get to your destiny if you open the door to G-d. This is exactly what Abraham and Sarah found out as G-d's promise arrived in their old age.


When a person opens the door of his/her heart to Yeshua, it may very well be opening up oneself to upheaval being born and change being wrought. Do you have the guts to find out? For some people that's a revolution. Selah! Think about it!


“Scripture quotations taken from the Amplified Bible."
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