(#319 from Suffer Well Devotional Series©)
“You are My son; today I have become your Father.” (Psalm 2:7)
As we rise to the mountaintop (elevated consciousness) and transfigure (exceed this flesh life), so many of the ancient ways become brand new, magnified, and illuminated. Things we had long overlooked, rarely understood, and possibly even ignored, become new beacons within. A new light shines in us, light that changes everything. All former levels of understanding are recognized as elementary (Hebrews 5:12).
I now decree, “I can never go back (Hebrews 6:1-2)!” So be careful to do what Yahweh your Mighty One has commanded you; do not turn aside to the right or to the left. Walk in obedience to all that Yahweh your Mighty One has commanded you, so that you may live and prosper and prolong your days in the land that you will possess. (Deuteronomy 5:32-33) “I can never again turn to the right or left. I will possess the inheritance He Has promised, His mind in me!”
Psalm 2:7 is one of those revelations in which you might have been tempted to stay with the elementary matters, until now. Written by David, but spoken to David himself, allowing for a clear and precise prophetic blueprint that would reveal the pattern of the begotten nature (Father-Son relationship) of Yahshua, the Messiah to come. Once again, an understanding of the heavenly mind language will bring absolute clarity of the depth being revealed; and with clarity comes power!
David literally means love and praise. Son means a builder and foundation of family name. Father here means to bear, bring forth, beget. It shows lineage. Now that we have the truth as originally prescribed, let’s take a look at the ancient ways with a transfigured mind and see the enormity of what is hidden in Psalm 2 verse 7; a verse about the bequeathing of a holy mind:
He has brought forth a new illumination in consciousness. Love and praise are the foundation of His Name. Love and praise reveal Yahweh; Yahweh in David, Yahweh in Yahshua, and Yahweh in you.
Can we yet be so bold as to bequeath something upon you and expect it to forever maintain every thought that comes hereafter? Can we express the true reality that when you think of your spiritual lineage, your mind can easily equate that with “mental lineage!” Can we expect you to remember this and forever embrace it?
Does your life (mental lineage) embody love and praise? If so, this day you too are His son or daughter; you too are brought forth.