The Purpose of Whole Wheat International
Whole Wheat exists to make ready a people prepared to meet the Lord (Luke 1:17). In order to prepare people, they must know and understand God’s word. They must know what God’s Will is so they can do God’s Will in their lives and not be foolish (Rom. 12:2; Eph. 5:17). This is so they can walk in a manner worthy of the Lord, to please Him in all respects and build godly character (good fruit) by making all their works or deeds good before the Lord. Whole Wheat is also helping people to increase in the true knowledge of God from studying His word (Col. 1:10).
The Whole Wheat is for teaching, for reproof, for correction and for training in righteousness. How can you equip yourself for every good work without studying the Bible, when it is God’s word that explains what these good works are (2 Tim. 3:16-17)?
Whole Wheat is constantly provoking others to more love and good works (Heb. 10:24). It is constantly telling those who believe in God to be careful to engage in good works and that good works are something they must learn to do (Titus 3:8, 14).
We are admonishing others to be examples of good works like Jesus was and to know God’s pure doctrine, which gives you dignity (Titus 3:1).
We realize there are many in the world’s churches who remain worthless for any good deeds. As a result, they continue to live detestable and disobedient lives before God and therefore, deny Him daily, because they are not living like Him daily. Yet, they profess with their mouths that they know God (Titus 1:16).
Through Whole Wheat, we are helping others to become doers of His word so they are in a saved condition and do not remain deluded (James 1:22). We are telling others to help those in need, whether they be orphans, widows, or whomever they are, because this is pure and undefiled religion in the sight of God (James 1:27; 1 John 3:18-19). We know that only the people who do good for God daily are of God (3 John 11).
So, we are busy making wheat out of tares—whole wheat—disciples of Jesus Christ who are complete. The tares are simply those who never become doers of God’s word (Matt. 13:30). They are also referred to as goats in Matthew 25:33 and 41.
We know that many have given their heart to the Lord and asked Him to be the Master of their life. They have accepted Jesus as their personal Savior. Many say that they have been born again and that their sins have been covered by the precious blood of Jesus. Some were baptized in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, while others were baptized in the name of Jesus only.
All of this means nothing if you don’t become a daily doer of God’s word by being a servant to others for the glory of God. Unless you are putting to death daily the evil deeds of the body and crucifying the flesh with its evil passions and desires, you have not received the true message of the gospel of Jesus Christ (Rom. 8:12-14; Gal. 5:24). There is more to being saved than just thinking you are saved.
Have you worked out your salvation with fear and trembling (Phil. 2:12)? Have you counted the cost (Luke 14:28)? Have you put your hand to the plow (Luke 9:62)? Have you experienced being weary in doing good for others yet? It’s a wonderful feeling (2 Thess. 3:13; Gal. 6:9). Are you a mighty servant of others for God (Matt. 23:11)? Have you overcome the evil pulls of your nature by keeping Jesus’ deeds (Rev. 2:26)? Do you study God’s word on a regular basis? Have you received a love for the truth (God’s word) so as to be saved (2 Thess. 2:10)? Are you seeking or have you sought God with all your heart, soul, strength and mind yet (Matt. 22:37)? Are you relying on man to tell you the truth or are you being inspired by a man to go to God for salvation and to His word for the truth?
You will only know that the truth is the truth when you practice the truth towards others by serving them (John 3:21; 7:17; Matt. 23:11).
All of man’s problems come from living inward—for self. Jesus came to show us how to live outward lives by learning to be servants of others.
God is waiting for many to become doers of His word so He can begin to bless them, change them and give them His new nature (Gal. 4:19). He wants to give us His divine nature (2 Peter 1:4).
Jesus came that you may have life and have it more abundantly. If this is not true in your life now, it can be if you prove that what you read on this Whole Wheat website is true and then put it into practice in your daily life. Now you know the purpose of Whole Wheat.
In His service,