…Enoch was translated that he should not see death; and was not found, because God had translated him: for before his translation he had this testimony, that he pleased God (Hebrews 11:5).
Your whole life ought to be based on nothing else but your walk with the Holy Spirit; that’s the secret to a life of absolute and unlimited success. When you spend quality time in fellowship with the Holy Spirit, He lifts your vision and enables you to see like God. You’ll see what He sees that other men don’t see. You’ll find yourself living in a realm that the world doesn’t think is real; an arena they probably only dream of. So many people chase after the wrong things in life.
They think of life only in terms of material things or about money, but life isn’t about material gains.
The Bible says, “…A man’s life doesn’t consist in the abundance of his possessions” (Luke 12:15 RSV). Life isn’t about anything in this world. What matters is your walk with the Holy Spirit. Look at Jesus; the Bible says about Him, “How God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Ghost and with power…” (Act 10:38). That was His secret…the Holy Spirit! No wonder, He lived as a master over everything. He didn’t live in a big palace like Caesar or King Herod, and He didn’t dress in the most expensive clothes. But He definitely wasn’t a pauper, and He never showed Himself to be that way. He was princely in every way, yet He showed us that life was more than material things.
Life is more about the victory inside you through the Spirit. It’s your response to circumstances; your ability to control and dominate the forces of nature and the world around you to live above circumstances and have a relationship with the Father that the world can’t influence. That’s the life God has called us into: a joyful life, twenty-four hours a day, where nothing moves you because you’re bigger than the world. It’s a life where you get anything you want, not to keep it wasted, but to use it for His glory.
In your walk with the Holy Spirit, ensure you speak in tongues regularly; don’t be lazy about it. It’ll catapult your life to higher realms of glory in a way you never imagined.
Further Study: 2 Corinthians 13:14; 1 Corinthians 14:4