Do you ever feel tired or unmotivated? It turns out that Jesus offers a very simple solution to this common problem. He instructs us to simply come to Him and drink.
Now on the last day, the great day of the feast,
Jesus stood and cried out, saying,
“If anyone is thirsty, let him come to Me and drink.”
In case this sounds too mystical, let’s look at some practical ways to “come and drink.”
It’s really nice when we feel a sweet longing to spend time with Jesus, but even when the feeling is absent, the coming to Him is still powerful.
When you do feel a stirring to “come” to Him, drop what you are doing and go with it. As you respond to the smallest nudge of His presence, you will be filled with His love and peace.
Discipline yourself to come to Him daily whether you feel anything or not. You might want to set a daily reminder on your phone to pause to talk to Jesus and meditate on His Word.
As you read the Bible, don’t rush. When a verse stands out to you, stop and chew on it. Don’t worry about getting through a certain amount of reading. Focus on mediating on the Lord and the verses He is highlighting to you.
Close your eyes and take a deep breath as you let His Word go deep inside. This is a great way to “drink.”
He who believes in Me, as the Scripture said,
“From his innermost being will flow rivers of living water.”
The more you spend time letting the truth of Jesus go deep into your heart and mind, the more powerful you will become. Let God take you through a process of mind renewal until you
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