Saturday, January 20, 2018

Where are You Pointed?

John 1:6-8
There was a man sent from God, whose name was John. This man came as a witness that all through him might believe. He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that light.

Robin's heart: Years ago when my children were very young,  I would take them grocery shopping with me, and I would eventually lead them to the candy aisle in order to allow them to choose a treat. You can learn alot about a person by observing them go through the process of  decision making. For example, my oldest son always wanted a snickers candy bar, so it was a no brainer for him. He knew exactly what he wanted and basically looked for that bar and grabbed it. He never even considered another option. Now, my daughter was a little different. She usually had a wider variety of options to choose from, but the time involved before making her final decision was appropriate for the task at hand. She would contemplate her choices based upon various reasons, but ultimately picked one bar with confidence. Now my third child was completely different. He would initially be overwhelmed by the numerous possible choices that were available. The amount of time he spent to choose his candy bar normally frustrated the process for everyone involved. He would take such a long time to decide that I would normally need to get involved to help speed up his final decision. Actually looking back, he was so precious to watch as he weighed all the possibilities.  

My point in having shared that story is to help us examine our walk with God. There are countless people and ministries out there who sincerely believe that they hear from God, and feel the need to blog, make utube videos, or start some sort of ministry for the Lord. All of these people, myself included, need to be tested. We need to make sure that we are being led to follow Jesus Christ, grounded upon the word of God, and not being led down a rabbit trail. I see many well meaning christians leading others to follow the money (which is being labeled "the wealth transfer"), to follow vain dreams, to follow false prophetic words, or to follow their puffed up imaginations. Many have nothing to do with the Holy Spirit who is the Spirit of Truth. If you are listening to anyone who is not pointing you to Jesus Christ, but is leading you in any other direction you need to stop now. There are evil spirits attached to these false spiritual occurances, and by listening to them you are opening a deadly demonic door into your life. Times are getting more dangerous and deceptive every day and they will increase. Plus, the more you hunger for truth, the harder the enemy hits to deceive. We must keep our eyes only on Jesus Christ, just like my oldest son did with the snickers candy bar. Jesus is the only option. If not, you are on a rabbit trail leading to destruction.

Thursday, January 18, 2018

Thought for the Day: Dry and Thirsty Land

Psalm 63:1&2   O God, You are my God; early will I seek you; my soul thirsts for You; my flesh longs for You in a dry and thirsty land where there is no water. So I have looked for you in the sanctuary, to see Your power and Your glory.
Robin's heart: There is nothing that this world can offer me that can compare to how I feel when I sense the holy presence of the Lord. He refreshes my spirit, which then affects my entire being. Everything this world offers causes me to feel like I'm in a dry and parched place. I long to have fellowship with people who love the Lord as much as I do. Time at work feeds my mind. Meal time feeds my body. Unfortunately, time with worldly people dries up my spirit. Does anyone understand what I mean?

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Beautifully Made

Wednesday 1/10/2018: The Lord is leading me to share a personal story in order to possibly help others who may have made my same mistake or to help prevent someone from making the same mistake I did. As an introduction, I would just like to say that I have diligently wholeheartedly been seeking the Lord for a little over 3 years now. Prior to that I was a wishy washy Christian going back and forth in my relationship with Him depending on the situation. With that being said, 5 1/2 years ago I did something I regret that I'm now able to reverse. In relation to the pressures of society, I thought I needed to change myself physically in order to be attractive. I therefore had "plastic surgery." I won't go into detail with specifics, but let's just say I felt I was getting droopy in a particular area (I'm 55 year old female now), and I felt the need to fix that.
However, when I came back to the Lord, I was filled with regret in relation to this superficial surgical body enhancement. I truly wanted to reverse what I had paid someone to do do to my body. The problem was I didn't think I would ever be in a financial position to afford it. Thank God I was wrong. It took a couple of years, but He has now provided the finances I need to have the reversal surgery. He arranged for me to get hired onto a really big oil and gas project in my area. Therefore, here I sit with my surgery two days away. Very anxious to get it done, so I can be my natual self again.

Another important point I would like to declare is that there is a "plastic surgery" epidemic in our society. We really need to stop the madness. I have done some research about these implants, and I can confidently say that if anyone you love has them or is considering augmentation surgery, do your best to convince them otherwise. Many women have problems because of them. Doctors will never admit the implants cause problems, but there are thousands of woman who say differently. Implants release toxins and cause all sorts of problems. I think I have a few of these symptoms, but I won't know for sure until I have the implants removed and then time passes for recovery. With that being said, I will write more after surgery.
Friday 1/12/2018. Surgery Evening: I'm free from those two poisonous plastic  bags! God is so wonderful. He arranged for me to be my Dr.'s first case of the day. This was wonderful because my time without food or water was minimized. If you have had surgery in the past you know how miserable it is waiting for your turn to come. Also, in the past I experienced extreme nausea and vomiting from anesthesia. Not this time. The anesthesiologist placed a scopalomine patch behind my ear which completely prevented nausea and vomiting. I'm so thankful. The entire facility staff were exceptionally caring and professional. Also, the friend that stayed with me was very kind and caring. Being single during times like these can make one feel really lonely, but this friend's personality brought much comfort. God knows just what we need, and He provides. On a comical note: this friend told me that after the nurse gave me the surgery IV medicine, that I became very relaxed and said "i think I'm gonna sing" which I did! Lol That is so funny because i only sing when I'm alone. Never in front of anyone! I have a terrible singing voice. I must have been hearing a melody in my heart from the Lord so I let it out! However, my friend couldn't remember what i was singing when he shared this story. Thank you Jesus. Lastly, my pain level is very minimal, so I am needing minimal pain medication. Praise God. I will write more soon. Oh one last note. The nurse taking care of me shared that she was currently considering getting breast implants, and I was able to share my experience. I pray my story dissuaded her from having this needless surgical procedure.

Monday 1/15/2018. So I have been resting the last couple of days since the surgery, and I'm following my Dr.'s orders. Had to get back to work today. Thank God I work mostly from home because I'm feeling really tired today. I did make it through my workday, but I have developed hoarsness and feel like i might have a slight fever. I'm praying that the Lord keeps me safe and healthy. Tomorrow is my post surgery appointment. Despite not feeling too well, I'm still very thankful that I had the implants removed. Thank you Father God for your great love and mercy over your children.

Tuesday 1/16/2018 Yesterday must have been hump day in regards to my recovery because I feel better today. I just returned from my post-op appointment with the Dr. and all went well. He removed the dressings and stitches and said he will see me in a month. All I can say now is thank you Jesus! I'm free from that heavy burden!! No more bondage, no more pain, I am free in Jesus name!

       POW!! Take that Satan!!!
                 Your plan backfired! I now love my droopy girls! and I will shout it from the rooftops to the entire world!

Robin's heart: I pray for each person reading my story to receive light from the Lord. He made each of us beautifully and uniquely. We are here to adore only Him and to bring Him glory by showing a lost world His love. We are not here to fight the process of aging, or to fix what we see as our physical imperfections. Our time here is not a competition. We should take care of our vessels because we belong to Him, but vanity causes us to cross that line. Love and accept the person God created. Give God all you are and the Master will mold you into a vessel of honor that will shine from the inside outward. Let not Satan condemn what God has made and planned from the beginning. Love yourself with genuine affection. Be that living sacrifice set apart for the Master's use. Let us purpose each day to place ourselves into our Savior's loving hands, and do those things that glorify Him.

Ecclesiastes 1:14 I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and indeed, all is vanity and grasping for the wind. Amen.

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Dear Crossing

Jeremiah 29:11-14 For I know the thoughts I think towards you says the Lord, thoughts of peace and not of evil, to give you a future and a hope. Then you will call upon Me and go and pray to Me, and I will listen to you. And you will seek Me, and find Me, when you search for Me with all your heart. I will be found by you, says the Lord, and I will bring you back from your captivity.....

1 Corinthians 14:33 For God is not the author of confusion but of peace, as in all the churches of the saints.

Mark 4:18&19 Now these are the ones sown among thorns; they are the ones who hear the word, and the cares of this world, the deceitfulness of riches, and the desires for other things entering in choke the word, and it becomes unfruitful.

I would like to share an experience of a dear friend, which gives an example of how God speaks through our ordinary circumstances, and how we can miss what He is saying if we are not paying close attention. Also, it gives an example of how much he dearly loves each one of us.

This story begins with my friend going on a weekend hunting trip. In fact, it was the last weekend of deer hunting season. Up to that point in the season, he had harvested a couple of hogs and a doe but, he wanted to get a trophy buck. It's a hunter's thing. So after traveling to his camp, he unloaded his 4-wheeler and headed to the woods. He then climbed up the deer blind and positioned himself for reconnaissance. There he sat for two days in the cold weather as he patiently waited for his prize to arrive. As time passed the promise of capturing his trophy was looking bleak, when suddenly to his pleasant surprise, on the last day and morning of his weekend trip just before leaving the camp, he saw his prey. The gun went click, and down it went! Happy dance time! Yippee!! Got the buck before the season ended! Freezer will be full of meat! Thank you Jesus! Our prayers were answered!! But suddenly the victory dance ended...

My friend explained that as he was removing his deer from the woods he was painfully stabbed in his thumb by a very large thorn, and this large thorn appeared to have broken off and embedded in his skin. Boy was be bumbed! Due to the injury, it made hauling the deer back to camp quite appauling, but eventually he carried his deer to camp headquarters. Next was phase two so cleaning he would now do. Unfortunately, as he was in the process of hoisting his deer up in the air suddenly his lifter stopped functioning and it needed repair. Ah maaaaan! He then had to clean the deer on the dirty forest floor. Thank God he had a tarp kept in store. This made cleaning the deer quite a bit harder, but he improvised and overcame the disorder. The good news is that despite a bloody finger, and a broken lifter he successfully cleaned his deer, and packed it on ice for transport to his home freezer. Yippee!

But this story is not over yet! So my friend further explained that at some point in this adventure he started to replay what happened, and realized there was a problem with this deer in his possession. He started to think about his deer, and about how it actually appeared that the deer he thought he shot was not the deer that he brought back to camp and cleaned! He analyzed that the wounds on the deer were not consistant with the direction in which he shot the deer, and the size of the deer's rack seemed smaller than the deer that through his scope he had seen! He was pretty sure this deer currently in his possession was hit accidentally as he shot the trophy deer in his humble opinion! Friends we can't make this kinda stuff up!

So two days later he could stand the suspense no longer, and so he returned to his camp to search the woods to solve the mystery. He arrived late in the evening, but his plan was to initiate his search first thing in the morning. So that's what he did. He woke up at dawn and went back to the area where he thought the deer was hit and searched the area outside and in. He even had to go back into the pointy thorn bushes, but he was determined to search until his heart was content. After searching awhile, he came to the conclusion that he may have been mistaken, or possibly that the deer had run off to a undisclosed location. Oh the frustration! He had mixed emotions about the entire situation, but mostly he hoped that if he did shoot two deer that the second's end was not long and suffering filled. No hunter wants to injure an animal, and leave it to die in abandon. Hunters hunt as a means of provision. This particular person is very kind and caring, so the possibility of leaving an injured deer caused much evaluation.

So here is what I think God is saying through this ordeal. I will do my best to keep my explanation short based on what I believe the Lord is speaking.

First, the Lord was showing my dear friend how much he loves him. He gave him the deer in order to show how He provides, and answers prayer. God gives us what He knows we need, and not what we think we need. My friend is still very much saturated with the world's way of thinking, but God can change that with one heartfelt decision. The good news is that I believe my friend is willing to learn. I also believe God was showing him that what he thinks will bring happiness may not be true. The smaller deer provided the same sense of joy as the trophy deer could. Next I believe God was saying that the "thorns" of life are effecting him and choking the word out of his heart. (read Mark 4) Once he decides to turn his focus more towards God and starts spending time in the word, these distractions will become less attractive and his life will evolve. Then beautiful fruit will be produced from the word sown in his soul. Interestingly, just as the season of deer hunting was ending, I believe my friend is moving into a new season. God will be speaking to his heart, and leading him in a new direction. He just needs to decide if he wants to listen or to go back and look for that "lost deer." I pray this helps my friend see that God is speaking to him through this experience, and he is greatly loved and cared for without hesitation. I know from personal experience that resisting God when He calls is futile and brings much frustration. It's best to surrender now and do what He wills. Alleluia! So that all my friends is the end to this special story.  Let us all keep an open eye to the goodness of God in our lives. He has much to say, and speaks in various amazing ways.

One final thought: If you think that all this that happened to my friend is meaningless, and that it was all just a big coincidence, then you don't yet know how truly big our God is. He is very clever and orchestrates our lives beyond what we can imagine, and if we are paying attention He teaches frequent lessons. As a brother recently stated, there are no such things as coincidences. Amen!



Thursday, January 11, 2018

Jesus is Healer






The next thing I knew, I was standing in a place I had never been before. I couldn’t see anything. It was just grey all around me. I started to walk around until finally I heard a voice. It was asking for people’s names. I couldn’t see so I followed the man’s voice. Finally, I found a man standing at a podium. He was looking down at a book and asked me for my name. So I told him. In front of me was a old broken down gate. It was rusty and falling apart. The man at the podium told me OK you may enter. I walked up to the gate but all I saw was grey. So I walked back to the man and said, sir? There’s nothing on the other side. He told me to turn back around and my heart stopped. It took my breath away. I saw a very tall wall that looked like it was made out of Jasper. There was 12 gates and there was an angel standing at each gate. There was a sign above that said God’s Dwelling Place on it. The twelve gates had the twelve tribes of Israel written above them: Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Issachar, Judah, Naphtali, Dan, Zebulun, Gad, Benjamin, Joseph and Asher. All 12 gates were made of the most beautiful pearls I’ve ever seen. The angel at the gate I was standing at grabbed my hand and said, please come in, there’s so much to see.

So I walked through those gates and as I did, I felt a warmth come over me and not just that but also a peace like I have never experienced in my life. Everything was so beautiful. The colors seemed to be alive. I looked down at my feet, the streets were made of a transparent gold. The walls around heaven were covered in the most beautiful stones. There was turquoise, sapphire, emerald, onyx and many others. Everything and everyone was at peace. I even seen a wolf and a lamb eating together. There was no sun and no moon. You didn’t need light because it shined so brightly from God. There was a crystal clear river that flowed right down the middle of the city. I had never seen anything so beautiful. I leaned down to take a drink. The water tasted so sweet and refreshing. There was a tree of life on each side of this river and these trees had 12 different kinds of fruit. I picked an apple and another one grew back. It was like nothing I had ever tasted before. I could not even begin to describe how amazing it tasted. There were the most beautiful homes I had ever seen built all over heaven and vineyards. Everyone I saw looked so happy and at peace. There were none sick or crying or angry. I began to hear singing. It sounded so beautiful. I could hear them singing Holy, holy, holy. But as I got closer, I saw something so amazing that I froze. I couldn’t move. I couldn’t take my eye off of them. I saw the Lord on his mercy seat. I could not see his face, there was light all around him. The most beautiful light with dancing colors sparkling out from it. But I knew it was him. I saw angels seated all around him, proclaiming God’s name, singing his praises. These angels were not like anyone else. They had several eyes and six wings. They never slept, never rested. All they did was sit at God’s feet and worship him. I turned around to see behind me and there were thousands of angels singing to God. And it was like they were all singing in their own language but it was so beautiful together. It flowed. You almost couldn’t tell that they were singing in their own languages. It was so beautiful I fell to my knees and began to cry. These were not sad tears though.
Then I heard someone calling my name. So I followed the sound of his voice. I saw Jesus. I could not see his face either, it was just a beautiful light but I saw his hands reaching out to me. I saw the scars on his wrists. He said My Child, Stormie (he called me by name), he said please take my hand. I have something to show you. So I took his hand. We walked through Heaven together. He allowed me to see people that I loved so much that has passed away. I saw my grandmother who raised me until she passed. I saw my best friend Natalie and my baby brother Dakota. I saw my daddy and my close friend John. I saw my best friend Jodi who was murdered. After seeing Jodi, he asked me, have you forgiven him? I knew what he was talking about but I felt ashamed and acted like I didn’t. He said have you forgiven the man who murdered you’re best friend? I looked down at the ground and quietly said, no I haven’t. Then he asked me, have you forgiven Then he asked me, have you forgiven your grandfather who abused you? And again I quietly said no, I haven’t then h told me, look at her. I looked at Jodi as she was dancing around heaven. Even on earth she was an amazing dancer. It was her passion. Jesus said, does it seem like she’s in pain? Does it look like she’s hurting? And I said no not at all. And Jesus asked me, then why are you still hurting yourself? He said by not forgiving this man, you’re hurting yourself. You’re closing the door to me. If you don’t open the door and give me what’s inside, then I can’t help you. I started crying and I told him but he took my best friend. He took her life away from her. Jesus wrapped his arms around me and said every man has free will. I couldn’t go against what he was going to do. But I can bring good out of the situation. He said she is happy and free now, she doesn’t have to face the horrors of what he did to her. And now there’s a organization in her honor helping other victims. He can’t hurt her anymore. He said you must stop letting him hurt you. I sat for a minute and just watched Jodi dance. She looked so beautiful. So happy. I turned to Jesus and said, I forgive him. The instant I said that, I felt something come over me that made me feel a hundred pounds lighter. It was like I could feel a release of something. Then Jesus grabbed my hand and said come with me. We walked around heaven until we came to an older man. He was fishing. Jesus said, do you see this man? That’s Frank. I asked Jesus who he was and he said Frank is you’re great grandfather. I had never met him before. Jesus told me Frank was not always a good man. Then all of a sudden it was like I was watching A movie in thin air. I saw this man Frank beating my grandfather. He was punching him and kicking him and choking him. My grandfather kept screaming I’m sorry. I’m sorry. Jesus told me, this was all he ever knew. He didn’t know what it was liked to be loved. He didn’t know what it was like to be treated good. All he knew was how to be beaten. So when he had a family, he did the only thing he knew to do. I felt horrible for my grandfather but at the same time I still felt angry. It was like Jesus knew what I was thinking. He said, it’s okay to be angry. Forgiving him doesn’t mean it’s okay. Forgiveness is a way of freeing yourself from all of the pain and suffering you have endured. I was crying so much. Jesus told me, inside of him, your grandfather loved you. You had a few good years together. But after your grandmother, father and brother died, your grandfather was in so much pain that he didn’t know what else to do but to drink and to hurt people. He did t know what else to do except to distract himself with the cult. Then Jesus took my arms and pulled up my sleeves. He said, do you see all those scars? I shook my head. He said, how is it you can’t forgive those who have hurt you, but you find it okay to hurt yourself? I couldnt stop crying. Jesus said let me help you to forgive. Not only your grandfather but yourself too. He told me give me those burdens to carry for you. He said if you can allow me to heal those hurts and to help you let go and forgive, that is only the beginning of what I will do for you. I knew exactly what he meant. I fell to the ground crying my eyes out and Jesus wrapped his arms around me and I just started saying over and over I forgive you I forgive you. I forgive you. Meaning both my grandpa and myself. After doing that Jesus picked me up off the ground and grabbed my arms again and rolled my sleeves back up. My scars were gone. All of them. And he said this is only the beginning. Then he grabbed my hand and we walked back to the gates where I entered heaven. Jesus said, do you believe that I love you? And I said yes. I do. And he said do you believe that I want to help you? And I said yes Jesus. Then he said do you believe that I can heal you? And I said yes. I believe that you can. And he said then your faith has made you well. When he said this I felt that warmth come over me and I felt like fire was burning inside of me. But it didn’t hurt. Not at all. It was like it was burning out all of the bad things.
Then Jesus came up to me and laid his hand on my shoulder and said my daughter, it’s time for you to go home. He said now is not your time. He said that he brought me here to show me that he loved me, and that he hasn’t left me. He said he brought me here so that he could help me to forgive because that unforgivness was a blockage that needed to be ridden of. He said he brought me here to let me know that there is hope and that this is not my time. He told me he had things that needed to be done and that only I could do them. He told me to have faith because this is not the end. He told me to keep my eyes focused on him and him only and that he will guide and direct me. And he told me that no matter what I’m going thru, don’t let it live inside of me. He told me to release it to him so that he can remove it from my life. Then Jesus gave me a hug and told me go home my child. Rest. Trust in me and watch me work in your life. Then he said this is only the beginning. After that I woke up and I ran to my nurse and said I have to tell you about this dream and I told her and she started crying. My whole body feels different. I’m not in pain, I’m not having problems breathing, my nurse took my vitals and they were all normal. I just started crying my eyes out and thanking God over and over. I cannot even begin to describe what I am feeling right now.
But whatever God is going to do in my life, I am ready!”
UPDATE 1-10-18  9:52 PM EST from Brother James
Brother Jeff… just got an update on FORMER Cancer Patient. She only had 2 months to live… she woke up from her dream and doctors ran tests…She is completely cured!!! She went out and walked two miles … Praise God, Now the sisters’s name is Stormie J. Her testimony was told to her best friend Jennifer B. Could you please update with the good news….
Are you ready for this… God told her that her testimony would be published and he has more plans for her.

She doesn’t know that you published it yet..I got the additional info from her friend just now.

Shared from whistleblowerjeff.holyspiritwind

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Full Gospel God: Part II

Romans 12:2 and do not be conformed to this world, but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that you may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect will of God.

Hebrews 4:12 For the word of God is living and power, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart. 

James 1:22 But be ye doers of the word, and not only hearers, deceiving your own selves.



Robin's heart: So the question is, how do we position ourselves so that we can know God? Well let's look at it from a natural standpoint. How do we learn about anything or any person? We learn by placing our focus directly on the person or topic. We give it our time, undivided attention, and effort. Learning about God is no different. Sitting on a pew listening to a weekly message, or driving in your car listening to teaching tapes about Him will not help you know Him. These activities may be used by the Holy Spirit as teaching tools, but we receive revelation of who God is by spending quality quiet time with Him. Essentially, if you truly want to know God, He will reveal Himself to you, little by little as you show yourself faithful. It is a One to one relationship. Him Teacher. We student.

Top priority in knowing Him is reading and meditating on His word. It is our living schoolbook. Jesus is the Word of God. He became flesh and dwelled among us. Spending much time in the word is an absolute requirement, or you will become a flaky Christian. The word of God is our sure foundation. Next, we need to allow the Holy Spirit to transform our thinking. He renews our minds, and cleans away the debris from this fallen world as we yield to Him. He is so wonderful. Pray and talk to God throughout your day. He loves that! Another very important part of the learning process is that we must be doers of the word and not hearers only. We "do the word" by daily making choices in line with God's will which is clearly given in His word. Plus, the Holy Spirit is there to give friendly reminders to help us obey. Some days I do better than others. I need a Savior. Thank you Jesus!

Lastly, it is important to remember that we have an enemy who goes to great lengths to prevent us from knowing the One True God. He is a master of disguise, and uses the powerful weapon of disenchantment to distort our perspective of God . He is very good at his job, and if you doubt that then you are already deceived.

Praise you Jesus! King of kings and Lord of lords!!

Disenchantment: a feeling of disappointment about someone or something previously respected or admired, disillusionment


Tuesday, January 9, 2018

Full Gospel God: Part 1

Robin note: I think this will be a two part lesson. Second part to follow in a couple of days....

Matthew 16:15&16  Jesus asked His disciples, " who do you say that I am?" then Simon Peter answered and said "you are the Christ, the Son of the Living God."

1John 1:5  This is the message that we have heard from Him and declare to you, that God is light and in Him is no darkness at all.


Robin's heart: How about we get real today? I think it is an excellent idea! Let's talk about how our understanding of God is limited, and about what we can do to know Him better. 

Without realizing it, our life experiences, and teachings from other people have shaped our understanding of what we think God's personality is like. Based upon this information we have possibly subconsciously created a false God within our minds. If we grew up lacking love, we may make God into an all loving Being. If we have been hurt and are damaged, we may have created God into a God of Judgment in order to punish the abusers. Basically what I'm attempting to explain here is that our understanding of God is incomplete and/or distorted. There is always more to learn about Him, and we need to make sure that what we believe about Him is true.  I have purposed in my heart to seek the only true God, and I pray the same for you. 

Let us be willing to open the box that limits our viewpoint, and allow God to reveal Himself to us in a greater measure, so that we can get the "false god" out of our tiny mentalities.  That way we can avoid having any preconceived notions corrupting the truth about our Father God, Jesus Christ, and His Holy Spirit.

Luke 10:22  Jesus said, all things have been delivered to me by My Father, and no one knows who the Son is except the Father, and who the Father is except the Son, and the one to whom the Son wills to reveal Him.