One of my all time favourite movie opening scene's has to the the one from “Grumpy old men.” The song playing? “We're having a heat wave....a tropical heat wave.” Meanwhile its snowing outside, Lol!
Well all across the Southern Hemisphere temperatures are soaring. Australia and now also in South Africa we are experiencing scorching summer days with very little rain to cool things down. I'm definitely seeing the results of that in my garden with wilting flower and dried up leaves.
The same often applies in our spiritual walk. The heat of pressure, deadlines, traffic, studies and many other difficult situations have us panting for water. Luckily for us there is water, plenty of it and we don't have to wait until we get to an oasis to enjoy it.
What is this water? The living waters of God's Spirit. How do we bring the wonderful waters of God's presence into our lives in a moment? Through praise and worship. When we praise God for His attributes and worship who He is, we can be assured that His presence will engulf us in an instant and living, fresh water will sooth our soul.
Posted By Ronwyn Hughes to GrowingwithGod by Ronwyn at 1/16/2014 08:26:00 PM
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