There’s a well nearby.
You’ve probably seen it. It’s in a dusty abandoned town. You wonder who used to live here and why they all left.
Many people have traveled by this well on their journeys through life, but either didn’t notice it, decided not to check it out, or tried it but left for some reason.
It doesn’t appear that the well has been used in a long time. You are not even sure if the water is good. The top of the water looks unappetizing . . . . disgusting actually – covered in dust, dirt, germs, bugs and grime.
Who would even want to use this well or drink its water?
You dip your finger in to just taste it anyways as you realize how thirsty you are, but you only taste the stuff on top. Yuck. You’re not drinking that! But your thirst remains.
You decide to move on
. . . . to find something more appealing . . . more appetizing . . . more eye-catching and tasty. You heard there was something better down the road. So you turn your back to the well and head off.
I urge you to come back.
Things are not always what they seem.
There is more to this well than the casual observer and wanderer will ever know.
Let me help you draw up the DEEP water from the well.
That is where the best water resides – where the cooler, refreshing, life-giving (living) water is. It is not tainted by the dirt, dust, germs or bugs on top of the water. Nothing has touched this deep water except the bucket and cisterns that are allowed to draw deep into it. Are you that kind of cistern or vessel?
Are you ready to go deep?
Please read The Woman by the Well to understand more.
Just what is a Deep Drink?
You’ll see! 🙂
And you’ll want more and more and more!