The Wind

Here is my latest video blog. I hope you enjoy it. 


In John 3 Jesus speaks to Nicodemus, and challenges him to leave behind the certainties of his parents and his religion for a life in the Spirit. Jesus explains “The wind blows where it wishes and you hear the sound of it, but do not know where it comes from or where its going; so is everyone who is born of the Spirit.” John3:8 (NAS). I believe he was trying to tell Nicodemus that the wind cannot be controlled by a people or a religion.  The wind is free… and so is the Spirit of God.

… and that is why the wind amazes me


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  1. Can you send be a bed time recording of your voice. I know I’d fall a sleep quickly. Love your voice brother and I love you!

  2. Wonderful overlay of music and voice here! One thing that came to mind as I watched and listened was just how very small we are in the face of God’s creation, yet how large a focus He has given us. I remember the Word talking about the Spirit sounding like “a mighty rushing wind”. When we cooperate with Him, we become part of His power, whether that power is quiet and graceful like a breeze, or forceful as a hurricane’s gale. Our choice then emerges to submit to His love as a bird uses updrafts to float, or fight the power of the wind {as if we could!} and reap destruction. The direction of that power changes to fit what is needed for the need of the moment, therefore many times making no “logical” sense to humans’ finite minds.

  3. Yet another awesome video. Ted, you are an inspiration. The wind is probably my most favorite symbol used to describe the Spirit of God! Wild and free. Thanks for this. Love ya, Teddy

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