The Spirit is often compared to water in the Bible. It is everywhere. It is powerful. It is a resource that is refreshing yet overwhelming. We need it. It comes in many forms: liquid like drinking water, solid like ice cubes and gas vapor. Water has three elements, to parts hydrogen and one part oxygen - H2O, three in one. Interesting.

There is no way to tell where it really comes from and where it ends. It seeps into the smallest places and makes its presence known. It can be as big as an iceburg yet as small as a tear.

In the Word of God, the Holy Spirit is also compared to fire. It is explosive and hot, untameable and dangerous. Don't mess with Holy Spirit. He fills and possesses its host. When He is in control, you are not. You may find yourself in a foreign place, with people you used to hate, praying for your enemies and unable to not talk about Jesus. Just speaking from experience...

There is nothing like living a spirit-filled lifestyle. Ask Him to guide your study of the Word and your prayer life. You may even learn a new language. Allow him to take control. It is unlike anything you have ever known.

Prayer: Holy Spirit come and dwell with me. Fill me and use me for Your glory. Let me not quench Your fire in my life (1 Thessalonians 5:19) in Jesus name I pray, Amen!

Action: Drink water and ask God to fill you up with His Spirit.

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