Riding the Holy Spiritâ€™s Wave
Be very careful, then, how you liveâ€”not as unwise but as wise, making
the most of every opportunity, because the days are evil. Therefore
do not be foolish, but understand what the Lordâ€™s will is.â€ť
to watch surfers at the beach as they go about with their surfboards seeking to
catch and ride the waves. Each of them swims a short distance out into the sea
and prepares for the right moment to cut in as the waves start to roll onto the
shore. If a window of opportunity is missed, they will have to wait till the
next window presents itself.
surfer, we too have to be on a lookout as the waves of Godâ€™s kairos moments
work pretty much in the same manner.
apostle Paul hints us here on what it means to be wise and says â€śunderstand
what the will of the Lord isâ€ť. What this means is that we are not meant to live
our lives in a haphazard, â€śQue Sera Seraâ€ť manner but approach each day seeking
out to appropriate His will and catch the â€śopenings towards our destinyâ€ť.
to align your heart with His, because He will teach you how you can catch the
next â€śwaveâ€ť that will take you to where He intends us to be. Practice
hearing/discerning His voice, it is your greatest asset in life!
prepare for Easter â€“ letâ€™s bring ourselves to the place of perfect alignment
with the Builder of Lives. Jesus entered Jerusalem on Palm Sunday and walked
into His destiny. What about you?