God is love. God will never fail, so His love is unfailing. He does everything out of love, and because of His love, He will enforce success, not let anything fail, and restore anything on the brim of failure. But we have to be led by the Holy Spirit, work with the Holy Spirit, and do as He instructs to release His mighty power to bring about greater success in greater things for a greater purpose.
The Heavenly Father has a plan, a perfect plan and a blessed plan for us and our children. His plan is a mystery that is unfolding and continues to be unfolded. It will never fail to be fulfilled because of the Father’s unfailing love.
The Father loves us with His unfailing love and desires to reveal these mysteries to us. He is not trying to hold back what benefits us; it is time for revelation.
Revelations of the Father’s mysteries come to those who worship and seek Him, individually and in a corporate setting in a local church.
Some mysteries are only revealed through the local church coming together to worship and pray because Satanic powers in the first and second heavens try to prevent these revelations from being given to the church, especially by the angels. There are assignments that the angels could not perform because of the demonic powers at war against God’s holy angels.
These angels are often activated when the local church comes together to worship and pray in the spirit.
The Samaritan woman met Jesus at the well. Jesus was thirsty. He and His disciples stopped by the well for a drink.
Jesus said, the hour has come, and we, the true worshippers, will worship the Father in spirit and truth; for the Father is seeking us to worship Him.
There is a greater anointing when we come together to worship and pray.
Not only were the Samaritans worshippers of the true God, but they were also waiting in anticipation of the coming Messiah. This woman was very affirmative, saying, “I know that Messiah is coming. When He comes, He will tell us all things.” These were the statements of faith.
There was a hunger and desire for the revelation of all things, and there was faith.
Revelation came to her. Someone despised by the higher class received a revelation that Jesus, Who stood before her, was the Messiah.
Samaritans are half Jews and half Gentiles. The Jews avoided the Samaritans because there was long-standing, deep hatred between them and the Samaritans.
The Father was not looking for people to condemn them of their sins, but among the sinners, He looked for true worshippers. For this reason, Jesus revealed the Father’s heart to the woman, one the Jews deeply hated.
The Samaritan woman received three revelations: a) Jesus was a prophet, b) Father’s heart desire c) Jesus is the Messiah. A simple woman received the revelations from the Father’s unfailing love. The Father’s unfailing love knows no boundary.
Because Jesus never condemned the Samaritan woman, revealing to her the Father’s desire and who He was, the woman began to testify of Jesus, and many believed.
They then urged Jesus to stay with them, the outcast among the Jews and hated by the Jews. Jesus stayed with them for two days, and many more believed and received the revelation that Jesus was the Saviour of the world.