FATHER’S Instruction

FATHER spoke by HIS SPIRIT in Proverbs chapter 4:

1 Hear, my children, the instruction of a Father,

​​And give attention to know understanding;

2 ​​For I give you good doctrine: ​​Do not forsake my law.

FATHER has personalized this Word to you and me as a Father who instructs His children.  This is not some distant God Who has no interest in our daily affairs, but instead this is Our Loving FATHER WHO seeks the best for us on a daily basis.  It is HIS desire for us to live a full life without any hindrances such as sickness or disease.  FATHER continues:

5 ​​Get wisdom! Get understanding!  ​​Do not forget, nor turn away from the words of my mouth.

6 ​​Do not forsake her, and she will preserve you;  ​​Love her, and she will keep you.

7 ​​Wisdom is the principal thing; ​​Therefore get wisdom.  ​​And in all your getting, get understanding.

Knowledge and skill provide the “how to”, but wisdom and understanding provide the appropriate “when”, “what”, and “why”.  The immature person thinks he or she knows everything and needs no counsel from someone who has wisdom and understanding.  This is why mistakes continue to be made throughout generations.  Wisdom and understanding are missing in many of the decisions affecting people’s lives thus leading people to a life of scarcity.

20 ​​My son, give attention to my words; ​​Incline your ear to my sayings.

21 ​​Do not let them depart from your eyes; ​​Keep them in the midst of your heart;

22 ​​For they are life to those who find them, ​​And health to all their flesh.

Notice that FATHER qualifies the above when HE says “they are life to those who find them.”  We must find and retain HIS Words, not just read or hear them once and think that is sufficient.  A wise son or daughter meditates on HIS Word day and night.  We are instructed to keep the Word in the midst of our heart and then out of the abundance of our heart, our mouth speaks.  The Word and Its spiritual energy then permeates our entire being and heals our body thus causing the life of sickness and disease to die and dry up, no longer affecting us.  Lastly, we will speak forth praise as mentioned in Psalm 9 even before we see any physical manifestation:

1 I will praise You, O LORD, with my whole heart;

​​I will tell of all Your marvelous works.

2 ​​I will be glad and rejoice in You;

​​I will sing praise to Your name, O Most High.

Let our praise come forth continually, expressing our Love and gratitude toward FATHER for all HE is and has done in our lives.

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