“If I had an hour to solve a problem and my life depended on the solution, I would spend the first 55 minutes determining the proper question to ask, for once I know the proper question, I could solve the problem in less than five minutes.”- Albert Einstein
One of the secrets to experiencing a breakthrough is immersion. It is the state of being deeply involved, engaged, and absorbed. We must go deeper. When you are deeply involved and engaged, it does not take long to find a resolution.
A great method to stay involved is through prayer. Prayer will move darkness. It will move death, despair, and the woes of the people. It is the nature of God to move His hand and soak up the spirit of darkness. The warfare will not work! God said He would release money in our hand, a word in our mouth, and attach His name to our feet. There is a release of relief in the earth! His word will take position so in prayer we can have posture!
Spiritual immersion is the process of revealing what is deeply revelatory. We are both human and divine. To understand the totality of God, you will have spiritual experiences. You must encounter God to learn God. To encounter God, you must be able to experience God. Going to church, having titles, clicks, nor clacks gives you an experience with God. This only comes by way of going into His presence.
John 4:7 King James Version
7 There cometh a woman of Samaria to draw water: Jesus saith unto her, Give me to drink.
The story is based on a woman who is identified only by position, location, and status. She does not have a name in the story. She is a woman at a well in Samaria. Her status was yet to be determined due to Wonderful stepping on the scene. The Lord began to explain true worship to the woman. True worship does not require one to be a Jew, Samaritan, in a temple, on a mountain, or any of the thing’s culture may say it does. True worship only requires spirit and truth.
True worship is not about where you are, what you have, where you live, where you go to church, a title, being a demon buster but it is about how much you tell the truth. Do not get caught in the look. Get caught up in the nature of God!