“The wind of My Spirit is coming as a gale;
will put man on his knees;
will put man in his hiding holes:
before the mighty rushing wind.
The wind of My Spirit gets the attention of man who ponders far too long,
gets the attention of man who ponders not at all,
gets the attention of man who ponders on the wonders and fully understands.
The wind of My Spirit comes to testify of Me:
when others were found wanting,
when others turned aside,
when others were seen as deaf and dumb,
when others would not harvest,
when others would not gather,
when others would not share the living water from within.
The wind of My Spirit blows around and through,
blows over and under,
blows gently and fiercely:
according to the obstruction,
according to the rejection,
according to the recognition.
The wind of My Spirit is scented for the soul,
is received by the soul in declaration,
is honoured by the soul in wisdom,
is taught to the soul in learning,
is invited to stay by the soul introduced to God.
The wind of My Spirit comes with a sign to man,
announces His arrival,
departs without a scene.
The wind of My Spirit can recover and repair the damaged soul of man,
can oversee and encourage the distraught soul of man,
can care for and love the lonely soul of man,
can mitigate and bless the cursed soul of man,
can adopt and encompass the repentant soul of man.
The wind of My Spirit confirms the heart of Godly hope,
confirms the heart of Godly faith,
confirms the heart of Godly practice,
confirms the heart of Godly seeking,
confirms the heart of Godly knowledge,
confirms the heart of Godly commitment.
The wind of My Spirit brings the scent of victory,
brings the scent of gardens,
brings the scent of well-being before The Lord.
The wind of My Spirit wafts and wanes,
encircles and transmits,
guards from molestation.
The wind of My Spirit carries grace before it,
dispenses in like measure of acceptance,
moves on before the tongue can partake in denial.
The wind of My Spirit can impart fire upon the lips ready to proclaim,
can install the tongues of heaven,
can test the heart for purity of intent,
can read the character of the soul,
can assess the progress of the spirit.
The wind of My Spirit knows the disease of Satan:
knows its presence and its actions;
knows its miseries of consequences and its landfalls of results;
knows its methods of attack and the evidence resulting.
The wind of My Spirit attends both the godly and the ungodly,
both the righteous and the carnal,
both the sacred and the secular:
that all may come to know their God.
The wind of My Spirit hastens and encourages;
reports and bears witness;
teaches and enhances:
the understanding of the things of God.”