Being Full of the Lamb (part 1)
"Speak ye unto all the congregation of Israel, saying, in the tenth day of this month they shall take to them every man a lamb, according to the house of their fathers, a lamb for a house." Exodus 12:3
The purpose of the lamb, which is Jesus, is to bring us out of darkness into light. We are not to be sin conscious, or death conscious in our natural bodies. With Jesus in us, the lamb's blood covering, we are supposed to have death pass over us.
Being sin conscious is more than just the workings of the flesh (lying, cheating, stealing, adultery, murder, etc.). These issues are within the realm of the natural harmonies of the animal kingdom and of nature. There is no power over death by recognizing sin within this area of righteousness. We must consider sin as anything that opposes God. How about confusion, frustration, depression, anxious, or negative thoughts and words.
Jesus finished the overcoming of death, hell, and the grave 2000 years ago on the cross. He died and shed his blood for the sins of the world: Behold the Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world. John 1:29
God can't count sin against us, or else he didn't complete the work on the cross (Romans 4:8-10). God is the "I AM", not the "I will be someday". We must consider if our Christianity is a religion or is it appropriating the manifestation of the finished work of Jesus Christ. If we have seen it in the pattern, and fulfilled in the words of Jesus we can appropriate it now. If we settle for anything less as child of God we are living in spiritual poverty.
The totality of the lamb is that you have to be full of the lamb. Religion says there is more lamb coming. The blood covered them so death had to pass by, but inside the house they were eating of the lamb taking in the power to walk out of Egypt (worldliness, natural, fleshly, cardinal ways). That power transforms from the "I think I can" to the manifestation of "I will" because "I AM" is the fullness of me.
In Exodus 12:9 we see that God gave instructions on how to eat the lamb. The first part of the lamb to be eaten was the head. For us, this is the mind of Christ. In Ezekiel chapter 3 we read that he was commanded by God to eat the Word, and then go speak so that his mind became the mind of "I AM".
The next part of the lamb that was eaten was the legs and feet. For us it illustrates our response of eating of the Word of God. What are we going to do with it when we receive a revelation from the Holy Spirit?
The last part that was eaten was the purtenance that consisted of the inner parts: heart, kidneys, liver, bowels, etc. Taking within yourself the inner parts of the lamb is an illustration of the Holy Spirit filling your inward self with the Word of God bringing forth the life of God in your body's vital parts to function in wholeness.
You can't be a sinner anymore if the lamb is inside. "It is not what enters into the mouth that defileth a man; but that which cometh out of the mouth, this defileth a man" Matthew 15:11. When you do something God says don't do there may be the consequences of sickness, disease, etc., but not to be a sinner. You don't loose your bloodline identity because of disobedience to your parents, but you may loose the blessings of fullness of the life they want to lovingly give you.
WE must take on the mindset of Jesus as a Son of God. It is the Sons of God that are the glory of God. "The whole earth is full of His glory" Isaiah 6:3.
To be a son in the house of God you must be a servant. To be a servant you must be full of the Lamb of God for Jesus was the servant full of God manifested on this earth. Jesus didn't minister till he was full of the Holy Spirit. God doesn't take you off of the potter's wheel until the finished creation. God doesn't move on half of anything. Proverbs 27:20 says, "Hell and destruction are never full; so the eyes of man are never satisfied." Real hell is a mindset that never sees a finished work, but a someday, or a bottomless pit. Hell never sees peace only emptiness.
God only has one eye, the single eye. (Luke 11:34). If we try to see through the eye of God and the eye of man we bring confusion, weakness, and darkness to that which is Light, Life, and Eternal.
Repentance means to see the way God sees. We have mixed it with man's understanding to mean to turn from the way you were to the way everybody else is that calls them self a Christian. The simplicity is to just allow the Holy Spirit to reveal the things of God without trying to comprehend with your own understanding, but trusting in Him to see things as He has ordained and created.
"That Christ may dwell in your hearts by faith; that ye, being rooted and grounded in love, may be able to comprehend with all saints what is the breath, and length, and depth, and height; and to know the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that ye might be filled with all the fullness of God". Ephesians 3:17-19.