“The Spirit, The Word, and The Name”

The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” have a oneness that is really awesome to see. This is one of those that you cannot see with your physical eyes, but with seeing the sight through the perception and understanding breathed upon you. The physical eyes can see, but the eyes of the mind can be closed just like when we sleep. When the eyes of our mind are open with understanding and perception of our spirit is seeing that which is invisible to physical eyes. Our physical eyes need the help of our brains to interpret what it is physically seeing. This is why this topic “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” have a oneness that once seen by your spirit it will cause a euphoric rise in your heart because you will be connecting with aspects of God most people miss.

I am so glad that after I tried so many things of this world that I listened to that soft, quiet, powerful, and loving voice of God saying “try me“. I fell in love directly with the Bible. I could ask the Bible anything without being looked down upon for my questions. The Bible was and is my true friend for it will tell me the truth no matter how much it may hurt or if it is against mankind’s traditions because it is out of purity, peace, gentleness,  love, consideration, full of mercy and good fruit, impartial and sincere (Ja. 3:17). The Bible is physically seen and read by many people, but there is a side to the Bible that in order to connect to it one must reach out and feel after the Spirit of the Bible in order to get the true perception and understanding. The fleshly brain will cast it out, half way believe it, let the world choke it out, or it will sink deeply into our spirit rooting itself with health soil in which to grow.  This is what the eyes and ears of my spirit found in “The Spirit, The Name, and The Word” – a life changing experience.

THE SPIRIT

Now, let us enter into the world of “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name”. After Jesus died, was buried, and resurrected from the dead he appeared to those who had followed him. When he appeared to them they thought they were seeing a spirit of him because he had died a few days ago in front of them. Jesus opened his mouth and with the sound of his voice he said look at my hands and my feet. It is I myself! Touch me and see; a spirit does not have flesh and bones as you see I have. Their physical eyes could see him, but their understanding and perception were struggling to grasp the truth and reality. Jesus showed them his hands and feet where there were scares left from the nails driven through them on the cross from the death he died a few days ago, but now he is alive (Lu. 24:39).

Jesus has revealed to them and to us the first part of “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name”, that a spirit does not have flesh and bones with a solid form that can be handled with a physical touch. The Spirit is like the wind that blows that you can hear the sound, but you cannot tell where it comes from or where it is going (Jn 3:8). I can imagine standing among the beautiful trees with the wind starting to blow through them for my eyes see the branches moving before me as it approaches me, and my ears can hear the brushing of the branches, and then my skin can feel the wind blowing over them as the wind passes by leaving behind the effects. The wind can be heard, felt passing over the skin, and only seen by the after effects like the tree branches swaying as it passed through them. The Spirit that is unseen by the physical eyes can be heard, felt, and observed by the after effects just like the wind.

Jesus went onto shows us that not only is the Spirit without flesh, bones, can only be heard, felt, and seen by after effects, but that God is Spirit (Jn. 4:24). This is where we have to hold on and remember that Jesus knows these things because God  “The Spirit…” was/is inside of him (Jn. 1:1,2, 10:30; Col. 2:9; Heb. 2:14). God is the unlimited Spirit, beyond time/space, without boundaries, unseen, yet in all the air, water, land, and beyond. God is  “The Spirit…” constantly moving all around with us barely seeing His after effects, barely hearing His voice whispering to us like the wind, and barely feeling Him trying to save, fellowship and love us.

THE WORD

Going back to the beginning of creation “The Spirit…“, the unseen God spoke unseen words and those words took physical form as He spoke them. Those unseen words became the lights in the heavens, separated water into two parts (liquid and air), separated water from the land, plants came up from the land, living creatures from the water, living creatures from the land, and mankind from the land creating an eternal soul inside of man by His Spirit. “…The Word…” spoken by the “The Spirit…” has no hands that reached out like we would and form things like He did the sun and moon in space.  “…The Word…” spoken by the “The Spirit…” had no feet that walked on the land creating the plants and trees.  “…The Word…” spoken by the “The Spirit…” had no physical flesh or bones like we do in the beginning of creation.  “…The Word…” spoken by the “The Spirit…” was just like “The Spirit…” you could hear it as creation sprang forth cracking and popping, feel the rumbling of new life happening all around you, and only see it by the effects of creation coming forth just like the wind in the trees. We see with sight of our understanding and perception  “…The Word…” is the action of “The Spirit…”.  “The Spirit, The Word…” are both invisible without solid substance, but made visible to us by all the creations we encounter. The “The Spirit…” and the “..The Word…” are one of the same. They are not divided into two separate parts. God “The Spirit…” wanted to create more and He chose this new creation by His Spirit “…The Word…” to form this new creation.  We are about to see “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” have that oneness that is really awesome to see with our spirit just like Jesus told Peter, “Blessed are you, … for this was not revealed to you by flesh and blood, but by my Father in heaven.” (Mtt. 16:17). His eyes inside his spirit accepted the insight to Jesus with faith allowing the perception and understanding to flow freely. Once you have felt this freedom it becomes joy unspeakable and you feel full of God’s light of glory glowing within you. You can seek the Lord with gladness to feel after Him, and find Him, though you will realize He is not far from every one of us (Acts 17:27).

THE NAME – “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name

Our first reaction to seeing or hearing a name we immediately think of our own name, a name we like, or a person’s name that we know. This is “…The Name” that is like “The Spirit, The Word…” being invisible to the eyes, no hands, no feet, and no flesh and bone. “…The Name” is attached to something for identification, yet invisible within its own self, but attached to something everyone can talk about. My name is attached to me, but not visibly on me and this is the same for all, except if they have it tattooed on them. “…The Name” of God is something mankind has been starving to know to have an answer that this is God. The Old Testament has several names generalizing characteristics of God, but His complete name. “…The Name” of God had to possess inside of it the fullness of His Spirit and His Word (Col. 2:9). “…The Name” could not be God’s name without God being fully in it. For “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” was placed inside a virgin woman’s womb forming itself a vessel creating a new Adam made after “The Spirit, The Word…“. This vessel had the fullness, a centralized, focused presence of God Himself inside it. This baby was born without sin. This baby, child, then a man was a vessel housing God inside. God being God the whole time while patiently waiting on the child to grow. This baby was given a name not from man, but from God. A name that is above every name that at the name of Jesus every knee shall bow in heaven and in earth, confessing in every tongue acknowledging that Jesus Christ is Lord to the glory of God (Phil. 2:9-11). All of this makes sense when you think about it being God’s name.

The revelation of “…The Name” is what is inside it and backing it up. God “The Spirit, The Word…” and now “…The Name“. The name of God (Jesus) has His Spirit in it, the Word in it, and the physical body of Jesus is the temple housing all in one. Now, we have “The Spirit…” that spoke “…The Word…” creating all things inside a human vessel with “…The Name” of God for the purpose of our way of salvation, a second chance. “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” are not restricted to hands, feet, flesh and bone. They are everywhere at once, knowing all things at once, and having the power at once because they are God Himself. Jesus the man is the physical vessel creating the door, the way, the truth, and the life in which mankind can enter through with redemption applied cleansing us for a second chance into the presence of Almighty God once again (Jn. 14:6). I can feel that powerful presence of the fighting Father of heaven for His children here on earth. There is nothing that can stand against God’s name.

There are two main sides, a dual nature, to “…The Name” of Jesus has the Omnipresent (every at once at the same time), omniscient (all-knowing), and the Omnipotent (all-powerful) God Father of all things. The other part of “…The Name” of Jesus carries the answer and payment to “…The Word…” law of death. When mankind broke the law of God it invoked the death penalty as the payment, no jail time, only death. God put inside mankind a way to answer the death penalty paid in full for us, His children. The answer was God creating His own lamb of sacrifice in our place. God created Himself a body in which all necessary ingredients to pay the price for us. This body had the power and presence of “The Spirit, The Word…” and now the “…The Name” to save us. One part of “…The Name” is God the Father Spirit Himself and the other part is pure sin free blood of the lamb of God. God’s name can carry you like a boat over the flooded waters to safety.

People asked Peter, after Jesus had died, was buried three days, rose from the grave and ascended into heaven, what must they do to be saved (Acts 2:37)? Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.”

This is where “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” becomes one with us. We repent of our sins having nothing do with our sinful past. We get full submerged, whole body, in water baptism in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission/forgiveness of our sins. Ours sins are completely washed away. We receive the gift of the Holy Spirit just like Peter and the disciples did in the scriptures above because it is a promise to them and all generations to come in the future. A promise from “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” just as solid as the promise as a lamb of God to take away the sins of the world (Jn 1:29, 36). The name of Jesus has the power of “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” of God (Spirit side), blood of the Lamb of God washing away our sins, death payment with Life eternal in return (Water side). You must be born again of the water and the spirit or you cannot enter/see kingdom of God, Jesus said in Jn. 3:3,5. There is no other name you can salvation in under heaven given to mankind by which we must be saved (Acts 4:12).

God loves you very, very much. We can call upon Jesus any time any where because “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name” have no limits. When you do call upon Jesus expect to feel the wind of the Spirit come upon you, feel the Word changing you, and the Name forgiving you just because you freely choose the path of the way, the truth, and the life. Pray, just straight out talking to Him, and feel after Him and find Him right there with you always and forever if you like. You can join God in oneness of spirit through “The Spirit, The Word, and The Name“.

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