Direction by the Divine is always better then what man would define as divine. Be careful not to just hear God speak, but to listen to what He is actually saying.
CLIMB THE HIGHER ROCK
Despite being a flatlander, I love mountains and am amazed at how big some of them are. Pikes Peak in Colorado is 14,110 feet above sea level, while Mt. Rainier in Washington State is 14,410 – the tallest peak in the lower 48. Of course, the tallest mountain on earth is Mt. Everest at 29,028 feet above sea level on the border of Nepal and Tibet.
God loves mountains too, maybe because He is called “The Most High.” There are some high places in the Lord that few people are up to the challenge of climbing. These places are reserved for a very elite few. People willing to get off the couch and be the people God called them to be.
All of us, as people of God, need to be able to find these places in Christ. You have a God-given, very spiritual ability to get up there too. You just have to want it!
Here’s the bottom line: there is no neutral in your spiritual gearbox. You are either climbing higher and reaching toward the things of God or you are sinking into the muck and mire of your flesh and the world, which is waiting to devour you.
There is only forward or backward. There is no safe place. No rest period. No taking a break. You never “arrive” at your destination in Him while you’re here on earth. Again, if you are not going forward, you are in a backward slide.
Go after “the Rock that is higher than I” and find your true identity and calling for the Kingdom. The days are short. God has saved the best of every bloodline for “such a time as this.” That means you!
My taketh my feet like hind’s (deer’s) feet: and setteth me upon my high places.
– 2 Samuel 22:34
TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO GO AFTER HIGHER THINGS. CHASE DOWN THE “ON ME” PRESENCE OF THE LORD AND ASK JESUS HOW YOU CAN BRING HEAVEN TO EARTH.
From my book: Soul Invasion