The Word Conference
And so I chose to begin again
And so I chose to begin again; this is the message on the featured picture of the Word Conference that was published in 2014. Eight years later we have buildings we want to begin from scratch and this means we need to go to the blueprint of the building.
Before the plan there was the idea or the word; that produced purpose for the building. This means we need to go back to the purpose and this is the Word Conference. That is why we hear in the beginning was the Word. I therefore choose to begin again concerning my existence which means I need to return to the Word.
Every morning we choose to begin again for we are new every morning we are the Word Beings. If the Word became flesh that means every morning our bodily flesh the material manifestation has to become Word. The Word is seated on the right hand side of the Father and He is no more flesh. If we need to be seated on the right hand of the Father with Him then the flesh must become the Word.
John the Apostle met the Word that became flesh and he met Him in flesh. He brings the same Word but who is now seated on the right-hand side of the Father so that we will have fellowship with Him right there on the right hand side of the Father. He teaches us that there is a way to fellowship with Him as the Word. This means there is a way to obey, know and love Him as the Word.
We are brought to the visibility and audibility of the Word as Light and Life and not just limited to the written word. This means that before Genesis was the Word and after Revelation, the Word shall remain. The Word who is also known as The Everlasting Father needs to register in our minds in prayer as Hallowed be Thy Word. For He says in Psalms 138:2 I will worship toward thy holy temple, and praise thy name for thy lovingkindness and for thy truth: for thou hast magnified thy word above all thy name.
Lastly the conference warns us that if we fail to fellowship with the Word according to His grace; we will end up as Word haters and Word crucifiers as others in his lifetime did. We have already filled the churches with such and we need to choose to begin again.