Nature of an Apostle
Merriam Webster Defines Nature as being a creative and controlling force in the universe, an inner force or the sum of such forces in an individual. Nature is the root of us understanding the power that drives the modern day Apostle.
Many of us have come to know Christ, but these are they who have been so profoundly affected by the revelation of the Spirit of Christ that HIS works have become the driving force with-in them. These are they that are more than compelled to move upon the slightest directives of God’s Holy Spirit, for discernment of the Spirit has come to live with-in them as FIRST nature. In the face of pleasing men or obeying God the choice is always clear, that there is no choice. Though they may be loved by many, time has shown them that they shall be persecuted by just as many, still they persistently bear themselves forward ; into the course that sometimes seems to offer no reward.
Knowing that they have been Chosen to return the hearts of the people back to Father God, they relentlessly labor to do so. Desiring no acknowledgement accept that men might see the hand of the Father is real through the commitment they bear. Even as Christ, they command that men might rise to the fullness of their calling. Even as Paul they understand that they might not remain in there company.
This is the Nature of the Modern Day Apostle, and all who have come to know the Father, through His revelation shall recognize them, for the true messenger need not prove a thing; but God will reveal Himself
I am but one of these who have been commissioned with the mandate to uncover the hidden factors that have continued to create a schism between man and the true will of the Father. It is not to the pleasure, glory, nor empowerment of man that I press forward in this call, but that the true will of the Father might come to manifestation in the lives of many that have been led into a relationship with something that looks like Him, but evidently lacks in the power of His promise. This because many have come to trust the teachings of man in the face of what God is saying; so they knoweth not when good is coming. (Jeremiah 17:6)
16 Jesus answered them, and said, My doctrine is not mine, but his that sent me.
17 If any man will do his will, he shall know of the doctrine, whether it be of God, or whether I speak of myself.
18 He that speaketh of himself seeketh his own glory: but he that seeketh his glory that sent him, the same is true, and no unrighteousness is in him.
For them that have come to know the voice of the Holy Spirit that was made possible only through the Fathers sacrifice of Christ Jesus, there will be no question as to the mandate of the Spirit in my life. For them that know the voice of the Lord are not mislead, for they can see good when it cometh. Who am I? 4 Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world. Trust not the words of this messenger, but allow the leading of His Holy Spirit to
confirm His own.