A well that never dry.

A well is built to quench the thirst and for other domestic use.

A physical well is dug in meter and diameter.

Too much pressure on a well makes it run dry and leads to condemnation of such well by stuffing it with sands and refuse.

Once a well is condemned a fresh one will be dug in a distance location.

Modern days borehole has replaced ancient well. The borehole is powered by electricity and submassive machine.

The submassive machine also faces danger once drowned in the well. Evacuation of such machine may be difficult.

In Gen26 the Bible says Abraham dug wells which was bequeathed to his son lssac the well was filled with sands out of envy because Jacob was growing in leaps and bounds.

“For all the wells which his father’s servant had digged in the days of Abraham his father, the Philistines had stopped them and filled them with sand” Gen26:14-16.

Many are going through terrible spiritual attack because of will and testament bequeathed to them by their parents just like in the case of Jacob.

More reason a Christian must be fervent  prayer when he or she is making progress because enemy are not  happy.

In John 4:1-26 Jesus met the woman at the Jacob’s  well in Samaria.

Jesus said to her “Give me to drink” vs7.The woman told Jesus “How can a Jew ask a Samaria to give me to drink”

Jesus replied her “lf thou knewest the gift of God and who it is that saith to thee. Give me to drink… v9-10.

Jesus told her he is the only well that never run dry.

Many are busy drinking from the physical well and this has been turbulent and laborious.

The physical well is not profitable   to their body and soul.

Jesus is calling you and l today

“lf anyone thirst, let him come to me and  drink. Whoever believes in me, he said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water” john7:37-39.

Jesus is calling everyone thirsty to drink of Him being the fountain of joy.

As you read this you will never be thirsty in Jesus name. Thanks and God bless.

 

 

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