Daily Devotional

Speed Of The Spirit

Speed Of The Spirit

7th July 2020

Scripture Reading: Ezekiel 37: 1-14


“The hand of the LORD was upon me, and carried me out in the spirit of the LORD, and set me down in the midst of the valley which was full of bones,” (Ezekiel 37: 1)

Speed Of The SpiritThe Ezekiel moved at the speed of the Spirit of the Lord. Ezekiel was not moved on a man-made road where traffic officers could determine when he should stop and when he should move. He moved in the vehicle of the Spirit, which has no barriers.

Friend, in the realm of human movement, men can stop you, men can determine and prescribe your pace in destiny, men can make your movement smooth or rough, men can decide to push you our of your preferred pathways, men can scuttle your progress if they so wish, men can decide that your movement is not acceptable to them and they simply set roadblocks that will stop you, and men can even predict your pace of movement.

Welcome to a new season where your movement will be in the Spirit of the Lord. In the realm of the Spirit, there are no barriers, boundaries or limitations. In the realm of the Spirit, the policies of men cannot hold you back. In the realm of the Spirit, the physical oppositions that are on your pathway are made redundant by the Spirit of the Lord. In the realm of the Spirit, what stopped others cannot stop your own movement.

Get set: you will not move according to the speed of men; you will move according to the speed of the Spirit of God. You will move faster than you have ever moved; your results will come faster than they have ever come; your rising will happen faster than ever before; you will rise above the challenges that stopped you in time past; the Spirit of the Lord will carry you past the barriers and boundaries you could not cross in time past.

No longer shall your movement be by the speed of men; henceforth, your movement shall be by the speed of the Spirit.


I move by the speed of the Spirit, in Jesus’ name!

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“He maketh my feet like hinds' feet, and setteth me upon my high places.” (Psalm 18: 33)

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