RECEIVE GOD'S WIND IN 2022!
God’s wind brings life. God’s wind often comes as breath to bring new life. The Living GOD has breathed His life into us (Genesis 2:7, Job 33:4) and calls us to release His lifegiving Spirit to others – even to cities and nations. Let the Lord breathe fresh life into every area that feels dead and lifeless. Call to His wind, like Ezekiel, to breathe into your “dry bones” that they might live (Ezekiel 37:1-14). Ask the Holy Spirit to breathe into stagnant desires, moving them into faith-filled promises. Let GOD breathe life into all that He wishes to resurrect and restore. He wants to breathe fresh life into your health, finances, relationships, and all your mountains of influence.
God’s wind brings momentum. Like a sailboat, you have capacity to harness the wind of the Spirit to move you into your accelerated destiny. When you are moving with and not against the wind, there is no striving. Ask the Holy Spirit to show you where He is leading in each situation of your life, so you can position yourself in Him and in the wind. As you rest in that place, you will be filled with fresh grace for supernatural ease and increase (Job 29:6, Matthew 11:28-30).
God’s wind brings hope. When Ezekiel saw the valley of dry bones, He was instructed to call forth the four winds to breathe life, because the house of Israel had lost hope (Ezekiel 37:11). The Lord explained that when His breath comes truth will be revealed, people will come out of their graves, and hope will arise, as they will be brought back into their promised land (Ezekiel 37:12-14). Ask for the Lord to do the impossible in your life and in your spheres of influence (Matthew 19:26). Let hope arise, as He shows Himself true. Receive your Hope of Glory (Colossians 1:27).
God’s wind bring refreshing. One of the beautiful things about the wind is the refreshing it brings when it blows. Let His refreshing wind blow over you and into each area of your life. Let the wind bring the rain to wash you free from your weariness (Psalm 68:9). He wants to refresh you with new waves of His love (Song of Solomon 2:5). Now Receive and be filled!
God’s wind brings redirection. When the wind blows, especially a strong wind, it brings natural change in the direction of that which is blown upon. It lifts up, sifts, reorders, and even turns around what is in its path. Ask the Holy Spirit to blow upon you to remove the dross. Let Him sweep away that which is in and around you that is not of GOD, (Isaiah 30:28, Hebrews 12:27). We can also ask His wind to blow upon nations and cities to remove the dross in the midst (Ezekiel 22:18-22).
God’s wind brings empowerment. The Spirit of Might is available to give you strength and power (Isaiah 11:2). As you wait upon Him, expect new strength and endurance. It is in this place that you will truly mount up with wings like eagles, soaring to new heights, where you will run and not grow weary and walk and not grow faint. Be strengthened with power (Ephesians 3:16), as you rise on the wind soaring into greater levels of His victory.
God’s wind brings His presence. As the winds blow, His cloud comes into view! God is in the cloud (Job 37:15-16, Job 22:14, Job 37:11, Numbers 16:42, Exodus 16:10). As you seek His glory and presence to come into your life and circumstances, know that His righteousness and justice will align everything into His ways (Psalm 97:2, Nahum 1:3, Isaiah 55:8). Ask for His glory to flood your life to bring Kingdom order. Behold His majesty and mystery, as new levels of awe and wonder fill your heart and mind. It is here, where God’s authority is established, that heaven will come to earth.
God’s wind brings faith. In situations of accelerated wind, whirlwinds and storms ensue. When the winds push against “the boat” it will force us into greater levels of faith to produce miracles. Like Peter, many will be called out into the impossible (Matthew 14:22-23). Pray for your situations of challenge to be turned into courageous times of activated faith, where you move out of the ordinary and into the supernatural ways of God. Ask for courage when the winds blow against you to trust in Him. God will work all things for good (Romans 8:28).
Apostle L.R.Gooden Jr.