#SomethingFresh: The Well – by Ike Amadi @IkeAmadi
‘Many of us have been letting our buckets down but haven’t tried to pull it up. It is time to pull that bucket up.’
‘If you are using what God is giving you and dipping into your well you are assured that the next day you will find fresh water in the well again…and again… and again.’‘When you take out time to wait upon God for a refreshing, your well never runs dry.’ _____________________________________________________________________________ You’ll observe that it wasn’t so from the beginning. The well became dry possibly because several people have come drawing water incessantly from it or because it wasn’t deep enough to support the volume of water drawn from it. Perhaps you are a writer, a singer, a leader, preacher, pastor, designer, teacher or a business man and you have been enabling others benefit from your wealth of wisdom and experience. You’ll notice that it is possible for your well to run dry if not allowed to refill. Something however happens the following day. Those who go early in the morning observe that the level of the water has risen. Every morning is a fresh beginning. Whenever you allow the refreshing grace to rest upon you, your well becomes full again. You wake up each morning to a new well full of fresh water; full with fresh possibilities. It’s your opportunity to dip into that well and use it for the glory of God for that day, If you are using what God is giving you and dipping into your well you are assured that the next day you will find fresh water in the well again…and again… and again. When you take out time to wait upon God for a refreshing, your well never runs dry. Ike Amadi Follow @ikeamadi on Twitter.
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