The God of the breaking waters is anointing His bride for breakthrough.

By, Ginger E. Mosher

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Have you ever witnessed the incredible force of a waterfall as it plunges over a stone cliff? Have you ever seen boulders, dislodged, lying at its base? Powerful enough to break through the stone walls of a dam or produce electricity for entire cities, yet gentle enough for bathing and drinking, water is essential to life. Both refreshing and fierce, water is a vital wonder of God in our natural world as is His Holy Spirit whom water often symbolizes.

Now consider the God who created water—who speaks to it and to whom it responds. In King David’s time that same God was known as the God of the breakthrough waters. King David exclaimed, “The Lord did it! He burst through my enemies like a raging flood” and named the place of victory over the Philistines—“Baal-perazim (which means ‘the Lord who bursts through’)” (2 Samuel 5:20 NLT).

Once again—like a river of water pressing against a stone wall—we have arrived at a Baal-perazim moment in time. A moment in which Holy Spirit wants to burst through our enemies and remove all the obstacles, hindrances, stumbling stones, boulders, or walls blocking the flow of His giftings in the Bride of Christ. Surrendered to God’s perfect will and the power of His Holy Spirit to accomplish this in our lives, we are about to exclaim, like David, “The Lord did it! He burst through my enemies like a raging flood” (2 Samuel 5:20 NLT).

His love for His bride has opened the floodgates of heaven and released the breakthrough water of His Spirit for victory. He wants us free and clear so we can be all that He created us to be. He wants to show us to the world in an extraordinarily supernatural way. It is time for the bride of the breaking waters to be revealed. With open arms, we freely receive the breaking through waters of heaven and freely release the unhindered flow of God’s Spirit in a dry and desolate place. 

​​Bride of the Breaking Waters