The words of a man’s mouth are deep waters, but the fountain of wisdom is a bubbling brook (Proverbs 18:4).
The Holy Spirit comes into our lives and goes straight for the things that are clogging us up and dragging us down.
King Solomon described this process like a bucket drawing water out of a deep well. The Holy Spirit is the bucket that allows us to understand the wisdom and intentions of our hearts (see Proverbs 18:4). God has prepared so many deep things about who we are. Our eyes can’t see them, nor can our minds conceive them, yet God is revealing them to us through His Spirit. God doesn’t want us to wait until Heaven to know our full potential. He didn’t give birth to us so we can develop our potential in Heaven. God wants us to realize here on this planet who we are. That is His purpose in creating us. Only the Holy Spirit searches “the deep things of God.”
Some of you have received the revelation of what it cost God to love you. Others of you have not. Some of you are ready to walk into a deeper level of knowledge; others are not. God beckons you to take another step into a deeper, more relevant knowledge of your potential in Christ—though you may have been saved for years. You need to take this step because you still don’t know who you are. Only the Holy Spirit can reveal this truth to you. Your eyes cannot perceive your true potential…your ears cannot hear it…neither can your mind perceive it unless the Holy Spirit gives it to the eyes and the ears and the mind. Until He does, you continue to walk around limiting your potential.
The Spirit searches all things. It’s His job to search out the deep things of God and interpret them so we can understand them. How can we possibly understand God’s deep things—the great mysteries He has to share with us? Can we imagine that the source of the deep things of God might be connected to us? Can we go inside God to those things that are deep within Him?
Yes, we can! God has given us His Spirit so we can understand all the things He oozed into us.
The Holy Spirit comes into our lives and goes straight for the things that are cloggin us up, and dragging us down. Myles Munroe, Kingdom Principles
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