Mark 4:18-20 “And the seed sown among thorns represents those who hear the Word, but they allow the cares of this life and the seduction of wealth and the desires for other things to crowd out and choke the Word so that it produces nothing. But the seed sown on good soil represents those who open their hearts to receive the Word and their lives bear good fruit, some yield a harvest of thirty, sixty, even one hundred times more than was sown!”
The Lord does not look at you and me to see what’s wrong with us. He sees what’s missing in our heart and longs for that to become our experience. The Holy Spirit is all about leading you into the truth of what’s available and meant to be experienced during your lifetime. When the Holy Spirit puts His finger on a part of your life that’s not growing and maturing, He does it with love for He sees the ripple effect what that will mean in eternity as you get to choose during your life’s journey your placement there and the level of relationship you will have (30,60,100 fold). He is inviting you to look in eternities mirror and see what you are meant to become. You have been created for so much more than this world plans to offer you. The Holy Spirit wants to plow the ground of your life (turn it upside down) and prepare the soil of your heart to plant “Kingdom Seed” that will grow and become eternities harvest.
Isaiah 40:31 “But they that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings as eagles; they shall run, and not be weary; and they shall walk, and not faint”
To really be “born again” means to become “air born”. By the grace that only comes through an ongoing communion with the Bridegroom you must reach “escape velocity” and overcome the gravity of your natural life and the pull of this world. He wants to meet you in the sky, far above all the things of this temporary realm. In fact, there is a seat there that has been reserved for you to experience right now. Only “Eagle Saints” can soar into that realm of the supernatural.
Ephesians 2:6 “And has raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus”