difference between Faith and foolishness. And I have people come and tell me dumb stuff. Can I just be
honest with you? I have people come and tell me things they’re believing God for and God ain’t no where
in that and God ain’t never said that… just ridiculous.
But there’s a THIN LINE between faith and foolishness. It’s not a thick one; it’s a thin one. Because
you watch many people in the Bible that got the miracle – they stepped OUT of what was normal. And did
something that was crazy to the rest of the crowd and then they walked away with the Blessing.
Zaccheus climbed the tree. He was the only one but walked home with Jesus. Bartimaeus was the only one
that screamed. He looked crazy but he got his healing.
Now, when you see the Word in your Bible, ‘Word’, it comes from 2 Greek words: Logos and Rhema. So
sometime when you’re reading in your Bible and it says, ‘In the beginning was the Word,’ John chapter 4,
‘and the Word was God,’ it’s talking about the Logos. The Logos is a total concept. Jesus is the whole
concept of God.
The Bible says there are 3 that testify in Heaven:
> The Father
> The Word
> The Spirit
The Father, the Word and the Spirit. The FATHER, the WORD, and the SPIRIT are ONE! But how
are they one and three? Okay. They are one but I have three relationships with the one. What do you mean?
He is God my Father. The Father gives the command. The Bible says but secondly is the Word or Jesus.
Now the Word is Jesus’ Heavenly name; Jesus is His earthly name. He was only called Jesus for 33 and
a half years. In Heaven, He was not ‘Jesus’; He was ‘Word.’ That’s why John 1, I think it’s around verse 14,
said ‘The Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory of the only begotten
of the Father.’ God Almighty!
In other words, God sent Jesus so that every body could see WORD. So Jesus said He was the Word.
Jesus was the whole concept. ‘You seen Me, you seen the Father. Quit wondering about the Father. I am
the whole concept of the Father. The Father is communicated when you look at Me, and I am the Word.’
Ron Carpenter, Redemption World Outreach Center
Have a Blessed day,
Healed of Cancer