“Be prepared to see it all. If you want to create–God help you if you do, God help you if you can–don’t you dare commit the immorality of stopping on the surface. Go deep and take your fair salvage.”
How deep are you willing to go?
Do you find yourself swimming in the shallow end of life? Safer there, no? Less of a risk. It’s where most of us seem to congregate isn’t it? We choose not to go deep, where the water is murky. Too many unknowns lurking…
“How are you?”
“Fine, thanks.” (My life is a mess.)
“Work going well?”
“Can’t complain.” (There’s rumors of layoffs and I fear I’m first on the chopping block.)
“What happened at school today?”
“Nothing much…” (I just don’t fit in. I don’t have any friends.)
“Is something wrong?”
“Just tired I guess…” (Yes. Everything’s wrong. I’m hanging on as best I can, but I need you to throw me a lifeline.)
Too many of us live life on the surface and are afraid to dunk our heads and drink deeply, because those waters are murky. But those waters are really the only thing worth tasting in this life.
That’s where we will find Living water.
“For the Lamb at the center of the throne will be their shepherd; he will lead them to springs of living water. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes.”
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