Well Water

Looking Down the Well. A well in the grounds of Wilmington Priory, estimated to be about 160 feet deep. Used under Creative Commons License.

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I like camping in the middle of nobody-will-know-if-I’m-completely-nekid nowhere. And no matter how good the water in the creek or pond or spring looks you can learn a hard lesson if you don’t filter it or boil it before you drink it. Just take my word for it.

But some of the stuff we drink into our lives daily just won’t come clean no matter what we do. And so many of us would rather wander in a desert trying to find the water hole that will make us even dryer.

Looking Down the Well. A well in the grounds of Wilmington Priory, estimated to be about 160 feet deep. Used under Creative Commons License.

Looking Down the Well.
A well in the grounds of Wilmington Priory, estimated to be about 160 feet deep.
Used under Creative Commons License.

Those who drink this water will get thirsty again, but those who drink the water that I will give them will never be thirsty again. The water that I will give them will become in them a spring which will provide them with life-giving water and give them eternal life.”
(John 4:13-14 GNB)

What wells have you looked into today and strained to see the bottom?

 

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