Daily D – John 4:10

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John 4:10  Jesus replied, “If you only knew the gift God has for you and who you are speaking to, you would ask me, and I would give you living water.” (NLT)

Jesus invites us to receive more of his life-changing, destiny-shaping gifts. 

Jesus gives his best gifts to those who will generously share them with others who likewise need what only he can provide. 

Consider today which of these two you relate to more at this moment. Do you need more Jesus (John 3:30; 4:10, 15)?

Or are there some special people who need what Jesus offers and need you to offer it to them (4:29, 30)?

The answer can be “Both.” 

Take a good, long, cool drink of the water of life. Share it with parched souls in need of refreshment. 

Living water flows. It flows from Jesus to us and through us to others. 

Never settle for a reservoir when you can become a channel of God’s river of life. 

Soak in all the Jesus you can get. Pour out all the Jesus others need.

I will soak in and pour out the water of life.

Our Father, drench my life with your goodness and grace. Overflow my soul with your mercy and kindness. Deepen my reserves and pour your life through me to dry and thirsty souls. Amen. 


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