#180 (6/6/18 evening)

(Source of material:  Rev. B.R. Hicks)

Note:  This lesson is an extension of #179; pls read if necessary. 

To refresh your memory, please read Revelation 12:1-6.  The woman in the heavens (the Bride) is clothed with the sun, has a crown of twelve stars and the moon is under her feet.  Spoken another way, the woman shines like the Sun of Righteousness Who has risen with healing in His wings, she is crowned with the 12 governmental names of the Begotten LORD, and the Father is her humility foundation upon which she stands.  In her humility, night season, she walked on and possessed the humility Will of the Father.  Jesus Christ, our Wonderful Savior, also walked on and possessed the Will of His Father.  The Father unrolled His Will before every step was executed by the Son.  By walking on it, He possessed it; made it His own.  We, as Christians, can choose to walk in the Will of the Son.  By doing so we not only possess the Son's Will, but also the Father's Will.  

The Bride should not fall apart in the night, humility season.  Just as Jesus ruled in His humble circumstances, the Bride should expect to do the same.  In Matthew 21:1-5, Jesus knew crucifixion was soon to come, but He ruled by His omniscience, omnipresence, and omnipotence when He told the two diciples to get the animals.  He took authority in the night; He ruled in His humility circumstance.  The Bride learns her lesson from the Bridegroom and, likewise, rules in her humility.  She rules by creating an atmosphere around her of the Name.  By praising, thanking, blessing, and glorifying the Name of LORD, she is displaying her total dependence on the Name to move in her humble situations.  She is possessing the Will of both the Father and the Son by walking through her circumstances and lifing up the Name.  

Please read Judges 13:17-20.  The angel came with a message from God to Manoah and his wife.  Samson was to be a Nazarite from the womb and subsequently, his entire life. The message was one of restraint, separation, and restriction.  The couple offered a gratitude offering on a rock.  This rock is "tsur" or, the Father's rock.  They gave an offering of praise and thanksgiving on the Will of the Father.  They were grateful for the restraint, the separation, the restriction, and the denial.  They ruled in their circumstance, they walked on and possessed the Father's Will, they were grateful for what Samson would be:  a man of separation and restriction.  The Father declares restrictions, separations and restraint for the Bride.  She possesses His Will by being grateful for every one!