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A body of water

As well as thirst and satisfaction, work and rest, heat and cooling, Jesus’ conversation with the woman of Samaria was about history and belonging, relationships, restoration, and the deep well of God’s love and faithfulness. Such things the lake brings to mind as the breeze moves across the waters, rippling away my reflection and replacing it with its own face.

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Living Water

“The discipline of prayer will not seem to meet the yearning of the heart in the same way that falling in love seems to.  But over time the one praying will learn that it is the more true, more satisfying answer.”

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Rivers of Living Water

“And if we pray, really pray in thanksgiving, gratitude, and in humble petition for the good of the world, the Holy Spirit will sustain us, open our mouths, and maybe the Gospel will come pouring out, the way Jesus instructed when he sent disciples into the world.”

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