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Come Whatever Wave

Submerged by doubt. Submerged by fear.
Submerged by despair if our deliverer wasn’t near.

A Cold Drink: Stopping for the One

As I drove past the gas station in a nearby small town, I saw a young woman sitting on a parking bumper. She was Black. No sooner had I seen her, than I sensed Holy Spirit directing me to turnaround.

We are the Women at the Well

No, the Samaritan woman and the members of her community believed Jesus was the Messiah because he told them WHO THEY WERE!

Spirit of God Hovered

As we grow as believers, the Spirit of God, who is alive and active, is still drawing His children to the waters.  

Useful Vessels

Let the water of the Holy Spirit be poured out.  Jesus is waiting for us to “draw out” from Him.  He is waiting to release healing.

Care and Maintenance

Spiritually, are we checking ourselves daily for dryness? Are we watering the soil of our hearts with God’s Word and worship?

Love Doesn’t Quit

Episode #111 – Love keeps on forever abiding. Because love is a personal sacrifice, something we give away, the moment we stop giving it, we stop being love.

Matthew’s Gospel: Repentance

Standing and preaching in the river, John plunged the repentant ones under the water as a public act representing the inward reversal their lives.

Our Deceptive Hearts

Episode #102 – What kind of tree do you want to be? Do you want to be by a stream or by parched lands? 

Mark’s Gospel: Winds

When they helped Him into the boat, the winds calmed down to normal. In a little while, the waves followed suit.

The Kayak That Almost Killed Me

Water started rushing into the boat, and I tipped even more. The weight of the water began crushing the kayak, wrapping it around the tree. I thought I was going to die. Yes, you read that right. Die.

No Air

I was looking up at the sunlight glistening as the cold water was swirling around me.  Like a plastic bag being held over my head, I was thrust into a world with no air.

Drawing Water From The Well Of Salvation

Contained within each testimony of God’s salvation is a deposit of the power of God, a well. When we tell the stories and thank God for what He did before, we are declaring God’s Word, and the same power is put into play in the present.