A quiet whisper on a very loud Internet. Can you hear me?
Indeed. I LOVE this painting!!
Gostei e aproveito para desejar um bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
"spring of love " his love for all of us is never ending dear Sandi!beautiful painting , i loved it
Amen, Sandi! He is the Living Water.
Amen, so thankful for this Living Water.. Have a blessed day,Sue
The world thirsts for this.And what a beautiful painting:)
Is this your painting with the verse, Sandi? It's very beautiful and so fitting.
Thanks, Jeanie. It's not mine.
Beautiful words! I want to repeat them all the time.... a spring of water welling up to eternal life...God bless you, Sandi!
Thanks, Kaya. You too!
Enjoy the weekend!
This message is becoming vital to all of us.
Hi Sandi, yes it is all about 'drinking' the 'water' of the living Word isn't it.
A powerful story!
Such wonderful, invigorating words!
Need that today
Thanks for the wonderful reminder and lovely painting. :)!!
Hello Sandi. Who did the beautiful painting. My husband has done artwork to accompany some of my poems on my blog in the past.Also, the words are life giving, like the water and to be cherished.
Thanks, grams. I found it on Creative Commons quite a long time ago. Unfortunately, I do not recall the artist's name. I just went back there to search again, but could not find it.
Dear Sandi, we all, I think, are thirsty for meaning and purpose and indwelling. Peace.
The best kind of water...
Piękne słowa i piękny obraz!!!
perhaps everyone is familiar with these words but i wonder if they are written by you?? i read the comments about the painting!!
I didn't realize I didn't write where it was from! It's a bible verse about the woman at the well. Jesus went through that town, a Samaritan town that the Jews avoided, because of her. She was a rejected woman, at the well at the hottest part of the day because she was an outcast. Jesus knew that and sat with her. She became the first evangelist to the Samaritan people. We don't know her name, only her story. It is in John 4:7:42.
That should say John 4:7-42.
It is a well-known story: Jesus teaches her that He is the Living Water.Love this beautiful painting
I love that quote and the whole story from the Bible, so full of meaning!☺
We are told to wash ourselves in the lavar everyday. I find it interesting that the laver was made from the bronze mirrors of the Israelite women. I also find it interesting that Y'shua is referred to as the Word of God. It is by that same washing or partaking of the Word of God brings eternal life. Isn't amazing how God is consistent throughout his Word?
Such hopeful and positive words...
You asked in your previous post what are you thankful for?.....one thing I am thankful for is water and rain. : )~Sheri
Those are good things to be thankful for. :)
I have always considered these words to be some of the most beautiful ever written!