Spring has returned to Waterbrooks where the running streams of pure water offer refreshing life to the weary traveler. And so it is with our spiritual walk, as God’s pilgrims traveling through this world. To live an abundant and fulfilled life, we need to be drinking deeply from the One who is our Water of Life.
With that in mind, we are thrilled to incorporate daily Living Water on our website. We can also send Living Water every morning to you by text to encourage, edify and lift your thoughts upward.
Living Water is daily scripture verses that will begin on May 1st with the emphasis on God. God is the head of our existence, and the source of our faith. He is our Father. “In the Father we have the unseen God, the Author of all. In the Son, God is revealed and brought nigh. In the Spirit of God we have the indwelling God, the power of God dwelling in human body and working in it what the Father and the Son have for us.” (Andrew Murray) God is the head of the Trinity that lives in us, for us, and with us. Thus we start the daily Living Water with these thoughts of God. As we continue our daily journey, in time we will dwell on thoughts of God the Son, and then God the Spirit, but, as in all beginnings, we must start with God the Father.
The written Word of God begins with these four profound words…IN THE BEGINNING GOD… John 1:1 sums it up with this mind-boggling statement. “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word WAS God.”
Come, join us daily to quench your thirst from the Living Water. Simply click the Living Water link to the right of this post to begin receiving your daily verse on your text – be renewed and refresh as you seek God’s face each new day.
May God bless you richly,
Sue and Deborah
We seek to be a vessel, an outpouring of God’s love, to bring the good news to the afflicted, to bind up the broken hearted, to set the captive free, to comfort those who mourn, and to bring the oil of gladness and the mantle of praise to all that we meet and serve.
We undertake our mission through our outreach of ministering to the spirit, mind, and body, whether it be in renewal through silent retreat and prayer at WaterBrooks, through encouraging those with deafness and other physical challenges at Kennels of Levi, or through meeting the needs of our brothers and sisters among the homeless with Operation Silent Night.
We strive to fulfill our mission, not through our own might and power, but by resting on the firm guiding hand of faith in God’s providence, provisions and promises…for what He has started, He will so complete.