Day 11 of this 7WeeksOf7 journey. I hear new spiritual languages being released, new syllables in people’s prayer languages. Phonetics. Learning how to pronounce new spiritual words and phrases. The words I speak to you are Spirit and life. John 6:63b
As with any language, as we mature, so should our vocabulary. We are being invited and will be taught to expand our spiritual vocabulary and speak in a different way. Not first with our natural words. Though that will come second, and be a byproduct of what takes place spiritually. This new way of communicating will be ushered in of course, through prayer.
To clarify, I don’t sense nor am I implying that new languages are being created. Instead, its more like I sense different streams in the hearts of man opening up in the Spirit that will allow words that have been sealed to be released. This will be a language of love, it will bring healing, and it will ride on the wings of heavenly power.
God has a constantly flowing river whose sparkling streams bring joy and delight to his people. His river flows right through the city of God Most High, into his holy dwelling places. Psalm 46:4 TPT
As a refreshing and renewing result, that which is stale and old will be exfoliated off our tongues.
I should mention, spiritual language is not babble. It is a distinct sound that must be perceived and listened for with spiritual ears. You will recognize it when it is being released. Much like one can recognize Spanish when it is spoken. Russian. German. French. etc. We recognize the cadence, tones, syllables, inflections of the language and can tell which country it’s from. In somewhat the same way, you will recognize when God is expanding your vocabulary. Not with natural hearing, but in your spirit. You will feel and know your communication is connecting you to heaven.
This language and way of communicating which again, will also serve to transform our vocabulary in the natural, will be key in the next move of God. People will hear these words being spoken from their true native country, their true native tongue, the land we were created and destined to live in (the kingdom) and it will touch them in the deepest parts of their spirit. They may not even understand what is being said, but it will beckon them to “come home”.
Let it be released. Open your mouth. Pray in the Spirit. Sing in the Spirit. Ask the Holy Spirit to flow through you. Allow the fluidity of the language to burst forth. Hear or see the syllables and shape the words with your mouth. You will know when you get the words right. And when it comes to your natural language, let go of old words and phrases that now have a stale feel. A stale smell to them. Begin to speak the new.
Keep speaking to each other with words of Scripture, singing the Psalms with praises and spontaneous songs given by the Spirit! Ephesians 5:19
Linda G. Riddle