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Is anyone thirsty? Come and drink—even if you have no money! Come, take your choice of wine or milk—it’s all free! Isaiah 55:1 NLT

 

Water is essential for all life to include plants, animals, and us. Our bodies are made up to 60% of water.  We need water every day so that our kidneys, muscles, other organs, and skin works properly. Water helps transport nutrients to different organs. It forms saliva which aids digestion. Water flushes the waste from our bodies and so much more. By the time you feel thirsty, you are already dehydrated. If we do not get enough water, we start feeling tired, have headaches, have bad breath, our immune system weakens we get dry skin, etc.  Water is essential for all life on this planet.

In our verse today, God is inviting us to come to Him to satisfy our spiritual thirst.  He created us to have an inner longing for Him that can only be satisfied through fellowship with Him.  Jesus provides living water (John 4:14).  If you are not drinking at the living fountain of water every day you will become spiritually dehydrated.

How do you know you are spiritually dehydrated?  Your language is the first sign. You get angry easily and say things you would not normally say. You may not feel inspired when you go to church or have a lack of wanted to help others. You may not want to read the Bible or pray.

How do you get spiritually hydrated?

  • Come to Jesus – Matthew 11:29-30
  • Drink from the living water – John 4:10; 7:38
  • Pray and read the Word of God

Jesus offers spiritual water free of charge. We have to ask for it and accept it. We don’t have to work for it. It is free.

The Spirit and the bride say, “Come.” Let anyone who hears this say, “Come.” Let anyone who is thirsty come. Let anyone who desires drink freely from the water of life. Revelation 22:17 NLT

–Diane (blog.peacebewithu.com)

Written by Diane Levy

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