The price for height is depth. How high you want to get and how long you want to stay high, depends on how deep you get with whatever you’re doing. In those days, as pupils, when we to fixing our flag poles, with our teacher, he’ll tell us to dog deeper, because the pole is long.

The relationship between height and depth is clear ad direct. That’s why you find builders piling depths of concrete and iron into the ground, for buildings and bridges that will rise high and carry weight. Because, ‘To ho high is to go deep’

In 2 Kings 2:2;11, we see Elisha, who understands that there’s a price he needs to pay to inherit double portion of Elijah’s anointing. So, even where Elijah urged him to take it easy, and and slow down, in verses 2, 4 and 6, he chose to go deeper instead. Even where his colleagues, sons of the prophet, mocked him and told him the obvious, he still decided to follow through and go deeper. At the end, he got what he wanted .

Hear this: Our God is not shallow. Deep thoughts preceded his acts. He doesn’t expect us to be shallow either. He’s raising children who understand the place of depth. You want more, then get deeper.

Psalm 95:5 says His thoughts are very deep.

These same thoughts that are of peace, of good, to give us an expected end, according to Jeremiah 29:11. So, you see that to access these thoughts of his for you, you need to meet God where He is – Deep. You need to be ready to go deep and stop being a shallow Christian. The time you spend with Him daily, shows your depth. Whatever you do, just remember that your height in life depends on your depth in Christ!

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