Blog fam! Happy New Year! I have a few topics on my mind but I’ll stick to this one for now. A drought is defined as a prolonged or chronic shortage or lack of something expected or desired. I live in Texas, so I know a thing or two about droughts and the condition they leave the land and people in. The flowers lose their brilliance, springs run dry and fires tend to start with the smallest spark. Like the Earth, we need the rain or provision God offers us. Without that provision, we become dried up skeletons of our former selves. During seasons of drought the simplest task become daunting. We lose the desire to go outside or even socialize because of the conditions around us. Lately I’ve observed drought-like conditions from the people of God. Because of adverse conditions we have lost our brilliance and become dull representations of the mighty God we serve. Depending on the severity of the drought, a certain amount of rain has to fall to end it. Scattered showers won’t end a three year drought! We cannot settle for a spiritual encounter with the Lord every four to six months and expect a major shift. We go to church to get a spiritual fix but have no intention on putting in the work to grow with Christ once we leave. Once God begins to move in our lives it’s up to us to continue to seek Him.
Matthew 7:8 says, “For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened.”
The ball is literally in your court. When we begin to ask God to fill us we will receive! When we push things away that aren’t like God and seek him, we will find Him! When we knock on His door with our prayers he will open himself to us! God, I come to you on behalf of my readers and myself. First, I thank you for being You! I ask that you condition our hearts to receive you. We give you permission to enter the dry places in our lives and rain. No longer will we settle for scattered showers. We will seek you God knowing that your water is the only thing that will quench the thirst of our dry souls. We believe it done in Jesus’ name. Amen. When you share this with your friends and family, let them know the drought is over! Be blessed peeps!