Obtaining Maximum Perfection at the Speed of the Holy Ghost

Speed has become a determining factor in so many industries. In the computer industry it’s processing speed which is measured in “power”. In the mail and package industry the speed of delivery is what really counts; the list goes on and on. If you study how speed affects a certain portion of an industry you discover that the determining factor of what is the best speed is not always time-dependent. This is especially true in the spiritual “industry” of following God’s perfect plan for your life.
First, you must realize God’s plan is determined by the Holy Ghost. This is why the wind of the Spirit determines your daily movement. But there are also parallels that we can learn from other industries that will help us move with the speed of the Holy Ghost. In order to have their jets fly better the airline manufacturing industry had to design the shape of the fuselage of the plane to allow it to be more aerodynamic, so travel would be much smoother through the air.
The same is true in our own personal lives. We must remove the objects caused by trying to guess or pre-determine the direction God is sending us or asking us to go. With fewer fleshly expectations in planning our own futures, miraculously our lives become smoother. Our attitudes are less fussy because we are waiting for God to speak, and not trying to guess what He’s going to say.
The removal of trying to plan your expectations increases the level of sophistication and your ability to hear little tiny nuances of instruction from the Holy Ghost. This guidance from God is especially important as your level of responsibility increases. This might even offend some of you: God’s glory involves great wealth. Money is like uranium. It has very powerful uses, but it also is extremely dangerous and must be handled with care. Love it, and it will kill you. Matter-of-fact, the Scripture says, “The love of money is the root of all evil.” This presents the question, “Why would something so dangerous be so important to the speed of the Holy Ghost?”
The speed of the Holy Ghost insures perfection. Paul instructed us about this truth in James, “Consider it a sheer gift, friends, when tests and challenges come at you from all sides. You know that under pressure, your faith-life is forced into the open and shows its true colors. So don’t try to get out of anything prematurely. Let it do its work so you become mature and well-developed, not deficient in any way.” This is the secret mysterious truth that we are realizing in patience, and it is the secret ingredient in the speed of the Holy Ghost.
A story that illustrates the necessity of having patience to reach perfection is found in the story of the British automobile maker, Rolls Royce. In Manchester, England, Henry Royce was building cars, but he wanted them to reach a level of perfection nobody was even looking for. He wanted a car that would start by just turning a key switch. At that time all cars were started by a hand crank, and that meant the owner or driver of the car had to go out and turn the crank handle to get the car started.
Henry knew that no refined person would want to mess up their clothes trying to start their car. He knew he needed an electric switch that would start the car every time. This turned out to be a more difficult task than he ever thought possible. After years of research and making multiple starters, he initiated an intricate series of inventions done on the electric car starter, until he finally perfected one! He had produced the first electric starter that worked every time! Until the 1970’s, the Rolls Royce was the only electric starter that worked consistently. For over 30 years, his invention was never duplicated.
When God leads you on the pathway of perfection, He puts you into a future which no competitor can even compare.  Let His purpose of perfection have its perfect patient work in your life until you are complete, lacking nothing. Welcome to First Class: a Rolls Royce life!
Sent in love,
Pastor Richard Gazowsky

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