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Move in the Flow of the Spirit

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The Lord is moving upon you in a new and fresh way. He is moving! He wants you to learn to flow in the Spirit when you release the word. We often prophesy in services when the wind of the Spirit blows. We release different words based on which direction the Spirit is moving.

One of the most common ways we experience our miracles and breakthroughs is when the Word and the wind come together.

When the wind is blowing, the words released are creative.
When we prophesy, God sends the wind, the breath, and the Spirit.  

I believe that amazing things that happen when the Word and the wind (the Spirit) come together. Have you experienced that in our life, ministry, meetings or prayer times? 

“Wind is a good word to describe the power of the Holy Spirit. Change happens when winds blow — and when the Holy Spirit moves, He brings change like wind. Energy is produced by wind — and when the Holy Spirit moves in this manner, He supplies supernatural energy. He empowers us to do what we could not naturally do on our own. Oh, how we need the supernatural wind of the Holy Spirit!” — Rick Renner

And the earth was without form, and void; and darkness was upon the face of the deep. And the Spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters.” Genesis 1:2

In the beginning, the wind of God was moving over the waters. God spoke, and light came. Here is the first time the Word and the wind are seen together.

The CEB Translation says, “The earth was without shape or form, it was dark over the deep sea, and God’s wind swept over the waters.” The EXB Translation says, “a mighty wind.” Creation began with the Word and the wind.

Pneuma is the Greek word for spirit, which also means breath, air, or wind. Pneuma is a movement of air (a gentle blast) of the wind, hence the wind itself, the breath of nostrils or mouth. The meaning of the Hebrew word ruach is breath, wind, or spirit.

The Word and the wind (breath) are connected in creation.

By the word of the Lord were the heavens made; and all the host of them by the breath of his mouth.” Psalm 33:6

You are called to move in the Flow of the Spirit!

This teaching came to me after I posted some beautiful pictures of ice and ice caves on my social media platform. I posted the following scripture:

He casteth forth his ice like morsels: who can stand before his cold? He sendeth out his word, and melteth them: he causeth his wind to blow, and the waters flow.” Psalm 147:17-18

Ice is a frozen substance with no movement. God sends His Word and Spirit to melt the ice and cause the waters to flow. When God sends His Word and Spirit into your life, it brings movement to that which was frozen. You begin to move, flow, and operate in your calling and destiny.

Flow is defined as the action or fact of moving along in a steady, continuous stream. Rivers, creeks and streams flow.

Scripture has much to say about rivers and streams.

The first river in Scripture flowed out of Eden. This river watered the garden. The first reference to rivers in Scripture is connected to watering. Eden is a picture of blessing and abundance.

And a river went out of Eden to water the garden; and from thence it was parted, and became into four heads.” Genesis 2:10-11

One of the heads of the river, Pison, flowed to the land of Havilah where there was gold. This links the river to prosperity and blessing.

The blessed man is like a tree planted by the rivers of water (Ps. 1:3). The earth is enriched by the river of God (Ps. 65:9). God opens rivers in high places that water the wilderness (Isa. 41:18). God releases rivers in the desert (Isa. 43:19). God releases rivers to give drink to His people (Isa. 43:20). Rivers drying up is a symbol of judgment (Isa. 44:27).

Ezekiel had his visions by the river Chebar (Ezek. 1). He saw the glory of God by this river (Ezek. 3:23)

There is a river, the streams whereof shall make glad the city of God, the holy place of the tabernacles of the most High.” Psalm 46:4

The River of God flows in Zion, bringing joy and gladness.

A flow represents movement, momentum, and life. A flow represents continuity.

Ask the Lord to release a fresh flow and MOVE in it! Lord, release a fresh and fragrant wind over my life.

  • Let the south wind blow bringing provision and warmth into my life.
  • Let the winds of favor blow over my life.
  • Let the angelic messengers be released as wind in my life.

There is a continuous flow of blessing in the life of a Zion believer. The Lord wants you to move by His Spirit and flow in His revelation.  Let the breath of heaven blow over you today! 

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