As God opens our eyes and hearts, we see clearly!
1 Samuel 16:1-13.
Challenge: God looks at our hearts. What does He see?
God invites us to see something new and step out with faith. If we want to see something new, we need to listen to God.
Excuses keep us from seeing what God has for us. What excuses are you making? How can you release them?
How can we see into the heart of someone? First, allow others to see your heart (vulnerability). Then, pray for them.
God restores us with sight: sight strengthened by the Holy Spirit.
God quenches our thirst so we can live.
God is present when we are thirsty, dried up, and empty. Where will you see God being present this week?
Satan comes into our lives and breaks us apart. God puts us back together.
When we are thirsty, what do we do? Find water and drink. What do we do when we are thirsty for God?
Jesus is the Living Water. He is the One that satisfies our thirst. When we are in tough places, God offers us Jesus - Living Water.
God is always present in our wondering.
God is with us in the wondering of our mind and the wondering of our feet. Our feet take us to undefined places. In those unknown turns of life, we call on God to restore us.
The Lord is our Protector: with us, watching over us. Where do we see God?
Even in the farthest wondering of our thoughts, God is there - our Protector: even if we don't want Him to be.
We hunger for many things. God understands our deepest longings and can provide for them.
We are in the barrenness and need to ask God to restore us back to the Garden of Eden. How do you satisfy the hunger and longing to be joined with God?
We cry out to God to restore our brokenness and put us back together.
Our hunger invites us to leave God's Garden and to go into Satan's realm. Jesus takes us back to the Garden.
What will you do today - this week - this year - to help be restored to God?