“And let everyone who craves the gift of living water come and drink it freely. ‘Come’” (Rev. 22:17, TPT).
I know it was not a coincidence that the morning after I composed yesterday’s devo, I had the following dream:
I was thirsty. It was the end of the day, and I had not had any water. I was trying to figure out how to get some. Then I saw my son, David. He had an aluminum can of water in his hand, a good brand. He held it towards me and quipped, “Want a sip?“ He then pointed out that he had gotten it out of the cooler that was on the ground right next to me. He said there were lots of those cans in there, and he had been drinking them all day. I realized that they had been there, accessible and available the whole time, and I just had not realized it or availed myself of this provision.