🎶Jimmy grew up so fast and he met me at the pass one day
Said, “You’re a wanted man. Take your brother’s hand – I’ll be running with you, anyway.”
So we rode late in the night like fires on the desert sand
’til one day the posse caught us ’cause the sheriff always gets his man……
Give me some water🎶
With Sukkot starting at sundown tomorrow, I heard an old Eddie Money song on my way to work this morning. During Sukkot- the Feast of Tabernacles, the Jewish people performed the Water Pouring Ceremony. As the waters were flowing, Isaiah 12 was read, “Therefore with joy, you shall draw water from the wells of salvation.” The Hebrew word for salvation and Messiah’s real hebrew name is YESHUA. YeHoVaH/God promised that one day His people would joyously draw the blessings of Yeshua as freely as one draws water from a well. Waters that come from wells are hidden waters, deep waters, waters that must be drawn out; they flow from inside out. So, be filled by the inner things of the Spirit, for the abundant life also flows from inside out. Even in dry times, the wells of Yeshua will always flow with water if you draw deep enough and in joy. For it’s believed to be at this moment in the Feast of Tabernacles, when the waters were pouring out, and Isaiah was being read that Messiah uttered these words: “If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, ‘From his innermost being shall flow rivers of living water” Amen?