I want to show you what it means to walk in the Spirit. I have not yet fully arrived in this glorious walk—but I am gaining ground!
We have heard the expression “walk in the Spirit” all our lives, but what does it really mean? I believe the 16th chapter of Acts is one of the best examples of what it means to walk in the Holy Spirit.
The Holy Ghost provides absolute, clearly detailed instructions to those who walk in him. If you walk in the Spirit, then you don’t walk in confusion—your decisions aren’t clouded ones.
The early Christians did not walk in confusion. They were led by the Spirit in every decision, every move, every action! The Spirit talked to them and directed them in their every waking hour. No decision was made without consulting Him. The church’s motto throughout the New Testament was: “He who has ears to hear, let him hear what the Spirit has to say!”
I began ministering in New York City because the Holy Spirit told me very clearly: “Go to New York City and raise up a church.” And He told me when to come. No devil or demon could move me from this—because the Spirit gave detailed instructions. I remember standing between Broadway and Seventh Avenue, weeping and raising my hands. The Holy Spirit said, “In this very area I am going to raise up a church. Obey me, David. Start a church in New York City!”
Times Square Church is not an accident. It is the result of clear, detailed instructions from the Holy Spirit!Post published in: Faith