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The lamb who is in the midst of the throne will shepherd us and lead us to living fountains of waters. (Revelation 7:17)

Our Father is constant and never ending…he surrounds us entirely with His love and His Spirit.  He finds ways to reach out to us when we’re receptive of Him and His love. He is always offering us “drink” to nourish our souls.
 He keeps us in perfect balance when we live by His word and do His bidding.  He is our constant flow of balance…He keeps all “our ducks in a row.”  He supports us finding our way, and is the main source of strength allowing us to do so.  He is our enabler of every good thing.  He is our conveyor and belt of life. 

He is the purpose and significance of all that matters.  Tests, trials, tribulations…He is there.  When we believe—He makes it so much easier to bounce back, and push forward from the “ruins” of life, because life can get messy, with jarring moments that turn us upside down, and tear us inside out. But, with Father at our side…holding and directing us to tranquil waters, it is there we’ll drink, slaking our thirst,  thus making us able to withstand the heat of any given situation.


God won’t give you more than you can handle, and if He brings you to it, He’ll bring you through it. And, most important God will ALWAYS show you a way out of any qualifying disturbance, whether it is emotional, physical or otherwise.

He is listening.  He is watching and knows what we need. What an amazing God we serve!

Father, thank You for Your Living Water, and being our constant source in which all things are possible, in Jesus name, Amen.




CD Swanson

C D SWANSON is a published author of 20 books, which include both fiction and non-fiction. In addition, she contributes to online magazines, which includes this website, and her own devotional website. Happily married to her teenage sweetheart, and are parents to a “furry son.” Retired from a career as a Director/counselor in nursing homes, she continues to advocate for the elderly and volunteers for several organizations.