Psalm 135 “Wind Power”
The psalmist wrote: God “brings the wind out of his storehouses” ready to do His bidding. Sometimes it comes as tempest and sometimes as a soft breeze. Solomon wrote that the wind goes to the south and circles around to the north; round and round the wind goes and on its rounds it returns. [Ecc 1:6] Jesus told Nicodemus that the wind blows wherever it will, and you hear the sound it makes, but do not know where it comes from and where it is going as he was explaining to him about the Holy Spirit.
Jonah slept but the sailors feared. The disciples feared while Jesus slept. God stilled the sea in both. Elijah hid in a cave and God called to him. He was neither in the earthquake nor the fire but in the soft wind of a whisper. On the day of Pentecost a violent wind blowing came to anoint believers with the Holy Spirit’s power to be witnesses to all the people of the earth. And now His wind power is released from God’s storehouse to anoint you to carry His gospel to the lost.
Paul wrote: be filled with the Spirit.
Are you listening for the wind of the Holy Spirit? Do you feel His power upon you?
Do you allow His Spirit to come to teach you, reprove you, correct you and train you in righteousness?