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What will YOU do with the overflow?

I've been thinking about the Samaritan woman that was drawing water at the well. Jesus asked her for a drink and she was shocked that he would even talk to her. Jews did not talk to Samaritans.
Jesus answered her, "All who drink of this water will be thirsty again. But whoever takes a drink of the water that I will give him shall never (no never) be thirsty anymore. But the water that I will give him shall become a spring of water."
(John 4:13-14 AMP)
Now, you know that Jesus was speaking of a fountain of water, welling up, flowing, and bubbling, continually within, and into eternal life. He was speaking of something that was bubbling continually and flowing continually.

Drinking from that fountain is not a situation that we should just do when we "feel like it." (Sort of like an NFL player we know!) I want you to know that God wants to move in us in that way. Continually!

Draw Continually
When the spirit of God starts to bubble up on the inside of you, you need to give that out. If you don't draw out from that well, it's going to get stagnant. It's going to get old and rotten. It will reek.

Ever leave a glass of water on your desk for a week? Yuck man! We need to draw from the living water continually.

Our God is a more-than-enough God! Show God that you mean business! Drink from the well that will never run dry.

Read the Word and pray in the Spirit! Guzzle that water and give out the overflow to those in need around you!

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Author Biography

Scott Sibinski
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Scott Sibinski is the Spiritual Development Pastor at Meadowbrook Church in Ocala, Florida.

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