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Tuesday, February 17, 2015

"AT THE VERY BEGINNING THERE WAS WILLED ACTION"

From the 'Khaboris Manuscript' (in Aramaic, the language that Jesus spoke)...

"At the very beginning (brashest) there was willed action (milta), and the willed action (milta) then was by God (Alaha), and God was that willed action (milta). The beginning (brashest) was by God. All was by Him and without Him not a single thing came into being out of that which was. From Him there came into being a perfect life (kyayi) and this perfect life (khayi) became light (nohra) unto all men. And this light (nohra) out of darkness caused light, (manhar) and darkness did not overcome...And willed action (milta) became flesh and dwelt (agan) among us, and we saw glory as if begotten from the Father, completely filled (damali) with heavenliness (teyboota) and righteousness (koshta)."
(John 1:1-5, 14 - Khaboris Manuscript)



You have the very nature of God in your DNA...the ability to move positively in the power of what this verse in the Aramaic language calls "Willed Action"...this ability, this "Willed Action", which is the essence of Creativity, produces the courage within us to face all of our fears and to overcome them...

"Willed Action" creates CONFIDENCE...

Confidence comes from first making the decision to be decisive, and then from building on that decisiveness to "will" the world in which you want to live into existence...

"Willed Action" creates STRENGTH...

Strength comes from deciding to live fearlessly, and from utilizing your innate, Divine Power to create the life that you want to live, and then enjoying that life without excuse or apology...

"Willed Action" creates HAPPINESS...

Happiness comes from looking over your own creation as God did His "in the beginning", and from saying to yourself, as He did, "It is good!"...

Paul's famous words to Timothy in the first letter that he wrote to him from prison contains the immortal words "God has not given us a spirit of fear", and indeed Paul's words there were inspired... John is famous for saying "There is no fear in love, but perfect love casts out fear!", and truer words have never been spoken...David said, "The Lord is my Light and my Salvation, whom shall I fear? The Lord is the STRENGTH OF MY LIFE, of whom then shall I be afraid?, and David lived the kind of life that proved he walked in the "Willed Action" of this concept...Ralph Waldo Emerson said, "Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen", and Emerson's quote has the same spark of Divine Truth in it as do these words spoken by Paul, John and David...

Truth is truth...

Those who live by the principle of "Willed Action" are not afraid to embrace change...they are not afraid to tell the truth, as they see it and know it...the people who live in "Willed Action" are not afraid to be themselves...they are not be afraid to accept a challenge...they are not be afraid to try something new...they are not unnecessarily defensive over their belief systems...not afraid to listen to a different point of view...they are not afraid to give their opinion, but are also not intimidated by the differing opinions of others... 

James talked about being DOERS of the Word, and not hearers only...those who practice and manifest "Willed Action" are not afraid to try again after having failed at something...they are not be afraid to admit when they are wrong, and can easily learn from their mistakes... they are not afraid to believe again, even when they have been greatly disappointed...they live in a PROACTIVE world, rather than in a REACTIVE one...they not be afraid to be vulnerable...they are not afraid of rejection...they are not even afraid of receiving bad news...

This past Sunday at METRON, I talked about Job, and about how his story starts out as the ultimate victim's saga...in the first chapter of the book bearing his name, both God AND Satan basically wager a bet about the source of Job's integrity, and sort of play with his life to prove their respective points about him...we are introduced to Job as a man who has absolutely no say about what happens in his world...supernatural forces are determining what happens to him, and he is unaware of the source of his troubles, and powerless to do anything about them...he goes through a series of extreme trials and horrible misfortunes that would have killed a lesser man...

But the story ends very differently than it begins...we finally see God coming to Job, personally, and speaking to him out of a violent storm...He tells Job that, ultimately, his own "Right Hand" can save him...amazingly, the victim's saga ends as the ultimate parable of personal responsibility...God shows Job that his own "Willed Action" can change his circumstances, and the story culminates in a dramatically happy ending, with no mention of "Satan" or any consultation with him...Job wills his life into a different direction, and his "Willed Action" supersedes God's and Satan's horrible test...he ends up better and more prosperous than he was before the story began...

You have the power to change your thoughts...the power to improve your attitude...the power to use your words positively, and to stop allowing them to work against you...you have the power to will yourself into the life that you want...you can be better...you can do more...you can have more...you can be more...

Listen to the Voice that is speaking to you out of your own violent storm, and change your life for the better...

You are not a victim...

Let there be light!

13 comments:

  1. Audrey Green Morahan said...

    And the people said "amen"

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  2. Freddie Franklin said...

    Here is light, let it shine in and through!!

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  3. Neal Campbell said...

    I would say that you can't imagine how relevant it is that this just popped up in my feed just now, but I think you can totally imagine it! I was just writing something about John 1:1-5, 14.

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  4. Jere Luck said...I swear I am not complaining...but u didn't talk on "Willed Action" this past Sunday did you? Argh if u did. I'll have to watch the video!! That is absolutely one of my fave messages from a Wed night at CITN. Mind blowing!!

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    1. No, I was referring to talking about Job last Sunday...

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  5. Ann Avion Jackson said...

    Once again the Beauty of your Spirit, Mind and Heart shines!! Thank you from the bottom of my existence for your words....it is well with my Soul

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  6. Winfred FightingMediocrity Christian said...

    Love it, I am not fearful, hopeless, helpless, or without a vision. Because God has given me creative abilities, I am creating my world by my willed action and it is good!

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    1. Hey, bud...been thinking about you...trust all is well!

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  7. Matthew Crawley said...

    Was just talking to someone about you yesterday (all good, of course)!
    Thank you for being so authentically, wonderfully, soulfully YOU.

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