Developing Our Spiritual Hunger

Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. (Matthew 5:6)


Holy Spirit Encounters

Over the years I’ve read the accounts of many ministers who have had amazing encounters with God that changed their lives in a moment of time. These accounts stir our hearts and I longed for a similar encounter early in my ministry. There have been moments where the Holy Spirit has touched me deeply but I’ve never had an encounter similar to the accounts I’ve read about. Over time I’ve realized that these encounters are not the normal way He leads us. The Holy Spirit will work in our lives and lead us step by step into the plan of God over a period of time. We will become impatient with the progress at times but if we just trust Him, He will lead us into the fullness of all God has called us to walk in. Some of us may have an encounter but we do not look for them. Jesus said that we are to seek first the kingdom (Matthew 6:33) not an encounter or physical experience.


Fixing Our Gaze On The Unseen

So we don’t look at the troubles we can see now; rather, we fix our gaze on things that cannot be seen. For the things we see now will soon be gone, but the things we cannot see will last forever. (2 Corinthians 4:18 (NLV))

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Discovering The Plan Of God

We are going to begin a journey in this post. Our destination is the plan of God and along the way we will make several stops to pick items that will assist us in our journey to discover this plan which was built before any of us were even conceived. As we start let me take a moment to mention how important it will be for our success that each one of us develop our imaginations. Over the years I’ve observed that many Christians do not understand the role this has in our being able to successfully discover and pursue the plan of God. If we are unable to see into the spirit realm, we will never find the path God laid out for us to walk. This will result in our walking from path to path without ever ending up on the right one and this is why so many Christians wonder through life frustrated with their journey. The imagination is so important that I believe our ability to succeed in this journey is absolutely dependent on our ability to become visionaries.

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