In order to move with the Holy Spirit, you must first learn what He loves and how he operates.
The Holy Spirit loves messes.
How do I know?
At creation, as the Holy Spirit was lingering over the formless nothingness, God spoke into being the world as we know it.
Genesis 1:2 (AMP) says, “The earth was formless and void or a waste and emptiness, and darkness was upon the face of the deep [primeval ocean that covered the unformed earth]. The Spirit of God was moving (hovering, brooding) over the face of the waters.”
The Spirit of God “loved” the chaos to life, transforming it from mess to magnificence.
The Moving, Renewing Spirit of God
Many Bible scholars apply “the law of first mention” to their study and interpretation of the Scripture. This principle maintains that the first time a word, concept or doctrine is found in Scripture fixes its characteristics from that point forward.
In the verse above, which is the second verse of the entire Bible, you see that the Holy Spirit moves.
And that is how He operates to this day.
All the time, He keeps moving across the surface of the earth, and He brings light into darkness wherever He goes.