DRINK SOME WATER | DJ-JOYFUL LEWIS
Health experts tell us we should drink at least
64 ounces of water each day.
It may reduce the risk of heart attack,
give our skin a healthy glow,
and help us lose weight.
We should drink even more water during exercise or
if we live in a hot or dry climate.
Even if we’re not thirsty.
We ought to drink water anyway.
Our thirst for God is like drinking living water.
Even if we’re not thirsty, we ought to drink living water anyway.
We exercise our faith by attending prayer meetings,
church service, and
through personal devotions.
It’s what we do to be close to Him and
to receive His strength and blessings.
Our thirst for God may increase when we see the sinfulness of people around us or when we gain a new awareness of our own sin and need for Him.
(John 7:37) If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink.
Spiritual Thirst is used throughout Scripture.
(Psalm 73:16) Asaph thirsted for answers in his questioning Psalm.
When he saw the wicked prospering,
he cried out to God to understand why.
(Psalm 73:25-26) He found the Lord to be his strength and
realized that he desired nothing but Him.
You have questions, drink some waters.
You want answers, drink some waters.
You want an abundant life, drink some water.