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I had the wonderful experience of attending an initial sermon for a gifted servant of God. The servant spoke about being in the corporate world, and listed the benefits of that, such as the opportunity to travel, bonuses, and other perks. There was no attempt to minimize the value of being part of that elite group, but there came a time in the servant’s life when more was needed. There was an emptiness that neither the corporate world nor any amount of money could fill. I never forgot that message, because there are many areas of our lives that are good, yet our souls are still not satisfied. Please do not misunderstand me. In no way am I decreasing the significance of material blessings. The point of this devotion is simply to say that our souls thirst for living water. Jesus is the only one who can satisfy a hungry and thirsty soul. In John 4:10, we find these words:

“Jesus replied, ‘If you only knew the gift God has for you and who you are speaking to, you would ask me, and I would give you living water.’”

Jesus was speaking to a woman from Samaria. As we see in verse 9, she was surprised that He was speaking to her, because Jews typically had no dealings with Samaritans. Although she knew that she was talking to  a Jew, she had no knowledge of the man to whom she was speaking. Read this chapter when you get a chance. When our souls are longing to be filled, we can go to Him and find living water, water that will quench our thirst. May we all find strength today as we search for the living water. Once we have found it, may we drink and find replenishment for our souls.