First, let’s enter into the Spirit of Thanksgiving before we come into the Spirit of Rest. Let’s welcome the Spirit of Thanksgiving.

For about twenty years, this little truth has helped me and has never failed.

Romans 1:18
18 For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who suppress the truth in unrighteousness, 19 because what may be known of God is manifest in them, for God has shown it to them. 20 For since the creation of the world His invisible attributes are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even His eternal power and Godhead, so that they are without excuse, 21 because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened. 22 Professing to be wise, they became fools, 23 and changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man—and birds and four-footed animals and creeping things.

All of this to say that everything (including all of us who have been created) have an innate awareness of God. So, we are without excuse, even if we choose to suppress that truth in our unrighteousness. Romans 1:21 is a “hinge” scriptures. You can go either into liberty or captivity. Romans 1:21, because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful… This is an interesting thought—that we as believers in Jesus, known by God and know God. That the two most elementary components of our relationship with Him is that we would glorify Him as God and be thankful.

We might questions, “What happens if I don’t? What if my life isn’t anything to glorify God about? And, I certainly don’t have anything to be thankful for in this moment.” What happens is, because we were created to worship, we were created to know God and be known by God, to live in a fellowship union, oneness with God, through Spirit and Truth by promise and presence—nothing to do about circumstances and situations. We were called to live by faith and not by sight. We are called out of the world that is full of corruption through lust, to partake of a nature given to us by God by seeds of promise. This is where we have been entered in. If we believe Jesus, we have come into this journey, where He puts His laws in our minds and writes them in our hearts and He comes to know us by forgiving us as we discover who He is and discovering who we are, both good and bad.

If we will just start to glorify God in praise, I tell Him that I glorify Him and that He alone is God, and His Word is Truth, thank Him for salvation.

Glory means: To magnify Him, to make large.

We always use our mouth because it is the rudder of our life and will turn our ship wherever it goes.

So we praise Him and thank Him for the day. We are to rejoice always and pray without ceasing and in EVERYTHING, give thanks.

What happens is that the awareness of God starts to take hold of us and we begin to find our place, back inside of eternity. When we refuse to so this, for whatever reason according to 1 Peter 1:6, we will begin to be grieved by various trials. The word “grieved” means that we will get sad, sorrowful and distressed. This isn’t a promise that we will go up and not be tested by the trials of this planet.

Going back to Romans 1:21: because, although they knew God, they did not glorify Him as God, nor were thankful, but became futile in their thoughts, and their foolish hearts were darkened.

When I don’t glorify Him or be thankful, our thoughts start going futile, they are not productive. We can’t think as clearly as we were made to think and we can’t see as clearly. My heart begins to darken and the day seems darker and I feel worst.

This this point, we see what we all do in order to get out of the “funk”…In Romans 1:22 he says, Professing to be wise, they became fools… We project ourselves as successful when we feel ourselves failing. We start getting ourselves dishonest and we lose our place.

23 and changed the glory of the incorruptible God into an image made like corruptible man—and birds and four-footed animals and creeping things.

We begin to align ourselves with another image, other than the One Who made us and saved us. Most of us, as Americans, our image is inside of our heads, with our imaginations, our opinions and belief systems. We start aligning ourselves there and we begin losing our place. He goes on to say,
24 Therefore God also gave them up to uncleanness, in the lusts of their hearts, to dishonor their bodies among themselves, 25 who exchanged the truth of God for the lie, and worshiped and served the creature rather than the Creator, who is blessed forever. Amen.

It just gets worst and worst. It spirals down into total loss and debauchery. And this all started with us refusing to glorify God and be thankful.

Let’s stop here for a moment and glorify God. You see, our lives and situations are what they are. No one is perfect but let’s glorify God for being good:

God, I glorify You as God. I glorify You for being Savior and Deliverer, for so loving the world that You sent Your only begotten Son. I glorify You, that You know me and will never leave me or forsake me. I glorify You that You are good and Your mercies endure forever. I glorify You that You are faithful to Your Word and whatever You promise, You will perform. I glorify You for being my God, my Lord, my Deliverer. You are mighty; You are wonderful; You are beautiful!

And Father, God, I choose to be thankful today. Lord, I thank You, thank You, thank You for today! I thank You for being good to me and always there with me. I thank You that You walk with me. Thank You that You never leave me or forsake me. Though I walk through the shadow of the Valley of Death, I will fear no evil, for Your rod and Your staff will comfort me. I thank You for the good and the bad. I thank You for the moment I am in. Thank You for You being good, gracious, kind and generous. I thank You for family and friends and enemies alike. I thank You, Lord. I thank You!

Holy Spirit, come I pray in this moment, this day and this week and season. I give You permission in my life to remind me to glorify You. And I want You to remind me to be thankful. And Lord, I want You to hold me in an honest conversation in the midst of it. I’m not looking to be phony or to project myself to a place that isn’t really the truth about where I live. I want to give You the glory that is due Your name. I want to live from Truth that You have prepared for us, in Jesus’ Name. Amen

Listen to this, as you reflect on your journey. I speak to people whose circumstances and life aren’t where we thought it was going to be. It’s not where we want it to be. We are contending and pressing through things that are difficult.

The pressure is, “Why am I here and what do I do? How do I get out of here and where am I going?” God has said, “I’m not trying to get you out until I get in”. He’s bringing us into rest. So, I want us to hear this. There is a way of knowing Him, in a place where you will never know Him unless there is something not working. Some things have to not work, in order for us to know God. Because, this is what calls us into faith. It causes us to press past the circumstances of life, to discover Someone more wonderful than our self.

So, He says to us, in Hebrews 13:12:
12 Therefore Jesus also, that He might sanctify the people with His own blood, suffered outside the gate. 13 Therefore let us go forth to Him, outside the camp, bearing His reproach. 14 For here we have no continuing city, but we seek the one to come.

So as good as life is…it’s not meant to be home; as bad as life is, it isn’t our home. We are pilgrims passing forward. We are like Abraham, looking to a city, whose builder and maker is God—which is going to be the bride of Christ. Where we are going is so much better than where we are. No matter where we are, no matter how wonderful or awful it is, we are all moving forward.

15 Therefore by Him let us continually offer the sacrifice of praise to God, that is, the fruit of our lips, giving thanks to His name. 16 But do not forget to do good and to share, for with such sacrifices God is well pleased.

Think of this…We can give God the sacrifice of Praise. It costs us something. It’s not coming out because I feel like it, it is coming out because I am choosing to. Where do we start? By giving thanks to His Name. Here the word “Thanks” is translated “Grace”. We are confessing grace over His Name. We are talking about the beauty of God. I am extoling Him, WHILE I am suffering His reproach, while I am finding myself outside, while I am not in the place I want to be. I am praising His Name. I can do this because of what Jesus did. While I do it, I can do good. I can be helpful.

Here is a thought: Instead of complaining, praise Him. Instead of sulking, serve. If you are in a bad situation, help someone else. Don’t help yourself, help someone else. Wash the dishes. Engage yourself, out of Christ, in a fashion that allows you to join in the victory that is unseen by giving Him thanksgiving and praise. And, come alongside and be a help. We would be surprised at how it will shift the entire day.

Our day, our week, our life is not defined by where we are, or where we’re not. It is not defined by what we have or don’t have, or what’s going on or not going on. It is in Christ! Our life is hidden in God, in Christ.

We are to seek the things above where He is, seated at the right hand of God. Until we get to this full enjoyment, we will walk through, and probably most of the time, be connected to the reproach of Christ than the resurrection of Christ. But, whether in the reproach or the resurrection, we can give Him thanks. We can defy the odds. Ha! Thank You, God for all of it. Thank You for noisy neighbors and my difficult family member…all of it. Thank You, thank You, thank You!

Let’s look at Hebrews 4.

There are two “bookends” that can help us praise instead of complain, to serve instead of sulk. To move through the moment by moment and keep ourselves engaged with God and aware of God and connected to Him. Let’s step inside this book of rest.

Hebrews 4 is worth meditating in. By the time God got to the seventh day, Jesus had already died for our sins. Right? This might be a new thought, but it is totally clear in the scripture that Christ was slain at the foundation of the world. Therefore, all of this was set before Adam was even breathed upon and life came into his body. God had already recognized how we would already fail, and how He would rescue us, and who we would become in Christ.

This is why our life is not an accident, no matter how, when or where, we were born. Each of us is here on God’s purpose. And we all have a destiny. Which is to be conformed to the image of Jesus the Resurrected, First Born among many brothers and sisters. A new race of man—never seen before on the earth. We haven’t understood who we have become in Christ, but we are growing in it. We have been called out. We have been justified to be glorified. And, you and I will look beautiful in the final days.

Yet, every moment of every day, we can declare that we are being led in triumph, even if life looks like it’s going badly. This takes a lot of faith. Every day, we have to walk by faith, not by sight. Sight is what we see.

According to Hebrews 4, this rest is entered by faith. We stop working on our own ability to get there. We cease from our labors and enter into His. We make our goal to get there. Rest is something we either choose each day, or not. We must get up each day and ask the Lord, “How do I walk in that union of oneness, fellowship and friendship enjoyment? How do I calibrate my life back to You?”

By the time we go to bed each day, all kinds of new evils have accumulated. Right? Isn’t this what Jesus said, ”Don’t worry about tomorrow because there is enough evil in today. Tomorrow will have its own so why worry about tomorrow when you can just take care of todays?”

So we have to sort out. Everything speaking against us, trying to curse our identity, telling us we aren’t loved or if God was here, why is this or that happening? All of this keeps going on so we have to recalibrate. This is the essence of prayer. The reason I pray is so I can feel good. He’s my counselor. Right? I go to Him and we talk things through.

What I want to share with you are two things that I have been meditating on. These are found in Hebrews 4:12-13
12 The word of God, you see, is alive and moving; sharper than a double-edged sword; piercing the divide between soul and spirit, joints and marrow; able to judge the thoughts and will of the heart. 13 No creature can hide from God: God sees all. Everyone and everything is exposed, opened for His inspection; and He’s the One we will have to explain ourselves to.

I would like to take us to the importance of being immersed in the conversation of God. Which is the Word of God, the Logos. It is not the Rhema.

In the New Testament, we have two Greek words that are often translated, “Word”. One is Logos: In the beginning was the Logos. The Word of God became flesh and dwelt among us. (Logos). In Luke 11, Mary was listening to His Logos. This is the conversation, the largeness of the sound—the whole encyclopedia of the conversation of God.

Then, there is the word Rhema, which is the spoken word of God. It is of the Logos but the author has spoken it. It becomes something we heard like a promise. It is what you underline in your bible. This is where faith comes. It comes by hearing and hearing by the Rhema of God. It is what specifically goes into the washing effect of the bride as He washes us with the water of His Rhema. It is vital and where the authority of life comes. It is the sword of the Spirit. It is the Rhema.

They are both in concert. If you only hold Rhema and don’t yield to the Logos, it would be like taking the promise out of context. It is like taking a sentence of context. You wouldn’t understand how it interrelates in life.

The conversation of God is like sitting around the Thanksgiving table and having the conversation move around the table. You are hearing and listening. You are receiving and observing. You are adoring or being perturbed or frustrated. It is affecting you.

It says that when we come into the land of rest, God’s rest, the first thing we will become aware of, and want to submit to, is the Word of God. It will move like a conversation at a Thanksgiving table. It will provoke us. It will pierce us. It will get our “goat” and get inside our soul. It will separate our soul from our spirit and even expose who we are and our intentions. This is really good!

When we discover the unseen of our self, this is when we really discover Who God is. This is because God loves who we REALLY are. Even though, we are trying really hard not to be who we really are.

The reason we practiced for three years Hebrews 10, the practice of coming by the boldness of the blood, through the veil of His flesh, death, burial, resurrection, ascension and intercession. To enter in with a true heart, to hold fast the confession of our hope, to allow the blood to purge us, is to build inside of us the immutability, the unchangeableness of God and covenant.

We are welcomed the same on a good day or a bad day. We have to know this. Otherwise, we will always try to change our day so that we can be welcomed. It’s amazing! We are just LOVED!

My life will be whatever it is. This will affect me coming in. But, I’ve learned that the worst I am, the more I want to get in to the presence of God. Because, once I’m in, I come back to who I am in Christ. This is when I realize that I am ok. It may not be ok out here, but its ok within me. It really helps. This may be why our outside is not so good right now. God may be allowing the wolves to push us into the presence. Makes us want to find Him.

Inside the presence of God, two things are happening.

1. He can speak to my eternal future and talk about great and wonderful things. This is awesome. It’s a high. If revelation were a drug, it would be heroin. Because, when you begin to see what is not seen, and it lifts you up like Peter and you begin to “SEE” that Jesus is the Christ, it lifts you above the circumstances and you begin to see where you are going. You may not have a clue what it really means but it just carries you and it helps us.

2. In other times, we will be in the presence of God (Logos) and we will see our self. This is not a pretty sight. No one likes to see themselves.

The beautiful thing is that God is the same, whether we are up high or down low. We are welcomed just as much. We are probably more aware of love and mercy and kindness, when we are seeing our self. This starts to point out my real intention of my true heart. We may realize that we are the same person as when He saved us. We think that we would have at least, changed a little bit. Have you ever had this experience? We are living on revelation, practicing God in great ways, serving Him well, and seem like we are just doing well. Then, one day, we don’t do well and we realize that we are the same person. This is scary to our pride that thought we could keep moving up the ladder and get on another level of relationship with God. But we are known by being forgiven. So, if we want to be known in a different way, we have to get forgiven in a new way. Which is a new thing. We have to have an encounter with God, where our mind sees differently and converts and turn back to the Lord. It’s a good thing, but a very unnerving thing. We let everyone know who we are, but not our self. Who wants to face their selfishness, or their pride? Who wants to face their own insecurity or fears? When we see these things, it’s really disarming but, in the presence of God, there is something happening when that happens that is liberating, freeing and delivering.

Hebrews 4 says:
11 So let us move forward to enter this rest, so that none of us fall into the kind of faithless disobedience that prevented them from entering. 12 The word of God, you see, is alive and moving; sharper than a double-edged sword; piercing the divide between soul and spirit, joints and marrow; able to judge the thoughts and will of the heart. 13 No creature can hide from God: God sees all. Everyone and everything is exposed, opened for His inspection; and He’s the One we will have to explain ourselves to.

He says, “Why hide”. Everything is open to Him. Everything is naked. So, when we sin in front of God we stand naked. He puts clothes on us of His covering so we can enjoy an awareness of mutual glory. He knows what we are under our covering. We need to see and discern.

It also says that we are “naked and open to the eyes”. The word “open to His eyes” is the same as sacrificing an animal by taking its throat. It’s a weird Greek word. So, we are here at the throne of Grace. He sees us for who we are, and He’s got us by our throat. We had better trust this God. Here’s the weirdest part, we are naked and open to Whom we must give an account. Literally, we have to return the Logos. It’s the same word…Logos!

So, we are in this conversation. It is separating and dividing, identifying and affecting me. I might as well yield and agree that it is true because I am already known for who I am, and He’s got me. What He wants back is just the honest conversation in return. To acknowledge Him as God. He is truthful. But, to also acknowledge who I am, and let there be the truth that comes.

There is a real peace that comes when we don’t have to try to be somebody different. Phycologist will tell us that the first way to change our life, is to admit that we are stuck. The first thing to get out of the situation we are in is to admit that we are powerless to change. To become a different person is to acknowledge that we are THIS person. God applauds truth and honesty. The one aspect that He gets excited and rejoices over is when we behold truth. Parties happen in heaven every time we perceive truth. At the same time, He is indifferent to iniquity. He’s not impressed by anything we do. But, He gets overwhelmed in joy when we perceive.

So, perception is so vital. Yet, we fight it because we live with a servant mind that fears that at any time, He would say, “I don’t need you anymore. What you do isn’t important. Go ahead and pick up and go”. We are fearful of our place and we haven’t settled in sonship. We know it…but don’t KNOW it. So, He allows these aha moments.

Every time we come face to face with ourselves, we get a bunch of burdens off of us, because we have been trying to be something we are not. We get really released. Some of the greatest moments of freedom is when we are on our back saying, “I can’t believe I’m here again.” God, then says, “I can. Hi, I’d like to talk with you again.” You then cringe and think He is going to talk to you about what we just did. But He doesn’t say anything about that at all. He just tells us how much He loves us. “You silly kid. Did you really think you could pull that one off?” He touches us and its sweet.

In the second part of the land of rest is that we encounter a High Priest.

Hebrews 4:
14 Since we have a great High Priest, Jesus, the Son of God who has passed through the heavens from death into new life with God, let us hold tightly to our faith. 15 For Jesus is not some high priest who has no sympathy for our weaknesses and flaws. He has already been tested in every way that we are tested; but He emerged victorious, without failing God. 16 So let us step boldly to the throne of grace, where we can find mercy and grace to help when we need it most.

Let’s hold fast our confession. Let’s hold fast the things we’ve heard Him say. Don’t disavow what He has said over us just because we see who we really are. Do we understand? We are not earning this thing. We are not working toward our future; we are receiving our future. It is grace, not works. It’s faith, not law. It’s sweet. So, there is this challenge to hold our confession of faith—of hope.

Jesus knows what it is like to have an annoying relative. He had a bunch of them. At His homecoming as a Rabbi, they wanted to throw Him off the hill because they couldn’t let Him become something different. We also get stuck in relationships that don’t allow us to be different. They hold us in judgment, criticism and prejudice and we are stuck and frustrated with that. He knows what it is like to be good all the time. He knows what it is like to be tested and say the real truth of a matter. In scripture, Jesus spoke an emotion, besides speaking to the Pharisees, is when He spoke of Hared, and called him a fox. Something about this began to get Him, but Jesus didn’t sin. Hared was the one that killed John the Baptist. John was the closest one Jesus had on the planet. Jesus knows those feelings.

In these last few years where I established, clearly, my residency in heaven, my place of acceptance in the Beloved, my fellowship behind the veil—all of these truths, living, practicing every day at it, there is one thing I do on purpose…I tell God exactly how I feel. I use the best language that I can to describe me. I don’t try to hide me. I try to reveal me.

This is what I want us to see in this moment: When I am coming into rest, there is an invasion of a conversation in heaven that is both exhilarating and challenging. When I am aware of my frailty and frustration, or my vision and victory, I am engaging with someone that I want to have a conversation with.

Language is the most important thing on the planet. Some of us are good at expressing ourselves and some of us are not. But all of us can become better. Prayer is expressing. Conversation is expressing. It is looking for words to describe what is going on inside of us. Many times, when things are not coming into concert, it’s like a jar full of bees that gets shaken. We want to get away from that situation. But, what I’ve learned is that we have to go right into it and look for language.

Language takes an emotion and allows emotion to put a description or boundary around it. When we can give a description to an emotion, soon the emotion will no longer controls us. When we can follow the emotion to a point of origin, then the origin no longer carries us. This is what “blotting out sin” means. It is to go to the origin with an anointing of oil.

What does all this mean? God wants us to tell Him who you are, how you are and how we got here. And, we want God to tell us who we are, how we are and how we got here. We want God to get us out and He wants to get in. It is almost in concert.

In using words, if we can find 100 adjectives to describe God, we will gain a more faceted experience of God. If we can find 100 adjectives to describe our current station in life, we will gain multi facets of what the big picture is in a situation.

This really is all prayer is. Everything has already been resolved in Christ, access is granted and grace comes in. Let’s get more of it flowing. Once I am there, at the throne of Grace, I am going to be obtaining mercy and finding grace to help. To obtain means to get a hold of.

How do you get a hold of mercy? Do we come to God with a list of mercy needs and grace needs? No. It’s the effect of mercy being communicated into me and grace toward me, while I am before Him. What does this mean? It means that God is not allowing to happen what really ought to happen to us. It is not getting what we deserve. Grace is getting what we don’t deserve. God actively becoming favorable in disposition, and power toward us is grace. Mercy is when He becomes the shield that stops what should come on you, from coming on you.

All of this obtaining and finding or discovering is being before the throne of Grace with the High Priest there, Who understands where I am. He went through the same thing without sinning. He isn’t saying, “Come on, quit sinning”. No. This is the reason He was the sacrificial Lamb. He did do for us what we cannot do for ourselves. We will always be forgiven! 1000 years from today, we will still be there because we are forgiven. Think about this…That will take some pressure off. We are here because we are forgiven. I’m here because the blood of Christ redeemed me. And grace is sustaining me. For the rest of eternity, God is going to show how good He is by being kind to us.

So, He is not ready to fix us. He is ready to save us. Saving means that He just plucks us up and plucks us out. He envelops us, covers us and protects us.

Words are authority. If we can name something, we then have authority over it. If we have a feeling that you can’t articulate, then we still don’t have authority in the feeling. Feelings are neither good nor bad. They just are. They are not right or wrong—they just are the fruit of the traffic going on inside of us. The feelings we have to a spouse or children or employer or friends or enemies are just the fruit of the traffic of the movement in those relationships. The feelings we have of our self is from the traffic that this going on in our mind—the circumstances and interpretations that go on in our mind. It is just there.

Don’t try to suppress bad feelings and only hold good feelings. The whole intentionality of rest is that I come into a conversation that is going to separate every part of me. We don’t need to worry about it, because God already knows us. We must just allow this conversation to affect us and enjoy the conversation with our High Priest, Who understands me. Who actually likes us in our fallen, fragile, broken and bruised state. He would rather fellowship with us broken and bruised than perfect and wonderful. Because…we are not perfect and wonderful.

I heard the lie, bought the lie and got afraid and tried to get myself perfect. So, language becomes the joy of prayer. Telling Him, here is how I am doing. First we praise Him then we complain. In this order, your complaint becomes really hollow because the praise swallowed it up. We then agree with Him and tell Him that we love Him. Even if we are mad at Him…we still love Him.

Then, we allow the grace and mercy in and they begin to affect us. Day by day and year by year, we are becoming like Him. We are beholding Him. His nature is being transferred to us and something that is more wonderful in all the earth, changes. We are changing. We are not changing independent of Him. We are changing in union with Him.

If I disconnect for a moment, I am still me. But, if I reconnect, all my privileges, all my promises, all my inheritance are still there. If I disconnect for two years and I reconnect, they are still there. If I disconnect for half of a lifetime, they are still there because he never changes. He is the same today, yesterday and forever.

What I am learning is that I want the disconnect to be brought into light. If I am angry, I want to tell Him that I am angry. I won’t say that because I am angry I won’t go to church anymore. That’s stupid. I want to emote, I want to process and open my spirit and have the Word of God come into my life. I want a conversation. And in this process, is a glorious experience that happens at the throne of grace. It is full of voices and sounds and words.

In Luke 11, when Martha finally gives to Jesus her conversation by saying “I am upset. You have left my sister to sit here and leave me alone. Don’t You care? I want You to go tell her to go serve”. This is typical Christian intercession. “Don’t You care? Tell them to do this”. All Jesus says is that she chose the good part. Martha…”You are full of anxiety. And you are in a really troubled, narrow place.” I tell you, there is nothing more wonderful than when God does that to you. This is when He shows us what is really the matter, and light flows in. Because light floods where truth becomes seen. Truth makes us free—free to be me! Martha came to herself. She realized that she got a little intense. Martha got free because she was told the truth…because she told the truth. But, her emotions were pushing her. She had already come up with her conclusion of the prayer and God had a whole other plan to talk to her about. He changed nothing. He said that Mary was staying here. But He talked to Martha about who she was.

Take a moment and come home—we are the house of God and we are coming to our Daddy’s table. Jesus is waiting for us to get there. And getting there will be fraught with ourselves. We will act out and be who we always are and we will feel what we always feel. But, as we are coming, we aren’t ashamed of who we are. We are accepted in the beloved and we will be honest with who we are as we find out any discovery. We can start right now. If we were to stand before the Lord and could tell Him anything about what is going on inside of us—not right or wrong, but feelings. Just, how I feel. We may have a lot of right and wrong connected to it but that is ok. Tell Him your conversation. How are we doing? Our journey—How was this last year? Why? Let the Father draw us out into a conversation. He delights to hear the dream. Have a conversation with Him right now.

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