I recently read of a well on an old farm place that in the most severe droughts survived and provided fresh cold water. Years later the well was abandoned due to the renovation of the old home and county water being provided in the area.
Recently, someone decided to uncover the old well and draw water. To their surprise the well had dried up. Why? Because when the well ceased from being used, mud begin to creep into the crevices’ and clogged up the spring of water that previously had flowed into the well. As long as the well was used there was a steady flow. It is when it was not being used that it became dry.
As long as we allow the Holy Spirit to flow through us, we will experience God’s blessings. It is often when we stop or hinder the flow that the well runs dry.
“Anyone who believes in me may come and drink! For the Scriptures declare, Rivers of living water will flow from his heart.” John 7:38 NLT
For many it may seem that the well has ran dry. When this feeling happens to me, I examine the well, I examine my heart.
For the water to flow from the well, there has to be water in the well. I am praying for a release of God’s blessings to flow in abundance in your lives. I’m not praying for “just enough” but praying for “more than enough!”
Here are five prayer points I’m praying for you:
•That your prayer life is strengthened
•That the Gifts of the Spirit will flow as you minister to others.
•That you will be able to share the message of Christ boldly
•That there is a steady flow of His provision for all of your needs.
•That relationship with other colleagues in ministry will be strengthened
I believe that 2018 will be a year of God releasing many blessings on this ministry. I look forward to seeing these things come to fruition.
“And whatever you do in word or deed, do all in the name of the Lord Jesus, giving thanks to God the Father through Him.” Colossians 3:17 NKJV
Bishop Tim Lamb combines over 34 years of pastoral and church planting experience to lead LifePoint Ministries. Bishop Tim's unique prophetic insight, forward-thinking leadership, and compassion for people combine to make him an effective leader for our pastors and churches.