They shall hunger no more, neither thirst anymore; neither shall the sun beat down on them, nor any heat;  for the Lamb in the center of the throne shall be their shepherd, and shall guide them to springs of the water of life; and God shall wipe every tear from their eyes.

Once the Holy Spirit is received into our lives, every new Christian becomes what they call "thirsty."  This means you want to literally soak up every peace of knowledge that you can.  Your spirit, mind and body craves to feel closer to God the Father, Jesus the Son and the Holy Spirit.  When we learn and apply the promises of God, our lives will become richer and more fuller than ever before.  We will no longer lack anything.  God wants us to live, and live abundantly.  He wants us all to be a testimony to what He h as done in our lives to teach others.

It is important to read your Bible every day.  We suggest you start reading in Luke in the New Testament and go from there.  Often people disregard the Old Testament.  In truth though, there are so many lessons to be learned there.  Between creation, the Prophets and the generations, we see how God has always yearned for a one on one relationship with His People.  When we read the Bible out loud to ourselves, we grow that relationship as Jesus is the "Word."  We are literally communicating with Jesus.  You soon be able to start "hearing" Him speak to you inside, in your "spirit-man" self.  This will only happen when we separate ourselves from the world.  Be selective with what your senses react to.  Fill yourself up with Godly things instead of the poison released into the world each day.  God is Holy and we should seek to be Holy as well.

There are many resources to learn from.  We will add more nuggets of information as time allows.   These sources we have listened to and learned from for years to learn the way.  Swaggart Ministries has a TV network with shows available all day long.  Check your local network for dates and times.  We personally partner with these Ministries and give monthly to further their own outreaches.