Your Fountain Within

Good Monday Morning Coffee loves ☺️! I hope all is well with everyone! Welcome to a new day, a new week, and another encouraging conversation with me, Kenya! So if you’re ready, then grab something yummy to drink ☕️, and let’s begin.

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So, for today’s conversation I want to dive into our fountain within. Basically, I want to remind us of the living water that we as believers in Christ should be tapping into. This living water is our personal well that we can drink from everyday and continue to be refreshed.

On the final and climactic day of the Feast, Jesus took his stand. He cried out, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Rivers of living water will brim and spill out of the depths of anyone who believes in me this way, just as the Scripture says.” (He said this in regard to the Spirit, whom those who believed in him were about to receive. The Spirit had not yet been given because Jesus had not yet been glorified.)

JOHN 7: 37-39
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In some other post, I have shared a bit about the SM7 and RPA. Before joining this ministry I was in the dark (spiritually) about a lot of things but one thing I knew is that there had to be more. I, like many others, had different experiences in the Lord but one of the ones that I am so grateful for is learning how to drink from the Living Waters, the Holy Spirit within me. I remember when I went to a SM7/RPA glory gathering in Philly and how the Holy Spirit was poring so much in me. I was so drunk in the glory and had so much joy. I felt so high that when I got home my room look so different and it was hard to stay tune in to what my daughter was sharing with me. Basically, being drunk, experiencing joy, being continually filled with the Spirit is a very real thing and I believe a very vital part to help us overcome especially when we realize what the kingdom of darkness wants to do in this world.

For if Joshua had given them rest, God would not have spoken later about another day. 9There remains, then, a Sabbath rest for the people of God. 10For whoever enters God’s rest also rests from his own work, just as God did from His. 11Let us, therefore, make every effort to enter that rest, so that no one will fall by following the same pattern of disobedience.

HEBREW 4:8-11
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Are you weary, are you overwhelmed, are you anxious? Well, if you are and you want relief then you have to learn how to drink from your own well. You must learn how to enter into the rest that Paul mentioned in the book of Hebrews. I say this because we can make it so hard for ourselves and miss the simplicity of sitting, being still and knowing that God is God and allowing Him to minister to us. Instead of trying to come up with some type of formula, we need to just focusing on our relationship with God. Intimacy with Jesus is where the words in the bible becomes a reality in your life. Then you will understand. You will understand what Jesus really meant when He spoke.

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Some advice. How I started drinking from my own well was I believe impartation from some other brothers and sisters at the glory gathering. We may need some prayer that will help remove any hinderances and unbelief that we may have so we will able to rest more in God. Also, excepting that worrying will not change your circumstances. Just like a person who is having a bad day and choose to drown their sorrows and worries with alcohol, we can go the Jesus in the secret place and get what we need to drown our issues. The great part is instead of a hangover we are refreshed.

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So, to conclude, I would first like to mention that Jesus meant what He said. That the thirsty that come to Him will receive the Holy Spirit that will be like a well springing up within you. If you are not drinking from your well, this is not the time to feel sorry for yourself but to seek God about this. Ask, seek, and knock! Don’t settle but get hungry for it, get thirsty for it. I have a brother who always reminds me that sometimes God waits to give us something until that we really really want because if He gives it to us to soon we may not appreciate it. So keep asking because He is faithful and when you start to drink you will be so happy that you pressed in.


Side Note: Intimacy is KEY!

Monday Morning Coffee question: In what ways can you make time for intimacy with God?

Remember to take it one day at a time, stay encouraged in the Lord, and remember that God loves you soooo much, so remember to love Him back!

Thank you for joining me for today’s Monday Morning Coffee conversation. I hope your were blessed, inspired, challenged, and of course, encouraged. If so, then please like, subscribe, share, and comment down below. So, until next Monday, have a beautiful🌺, blessed day and bye for now👋🏾!

-Kenya❤️‍🔥 🍷

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By Kenya

I am a christian mother of a beautiful daughter. I have served in the navy, wrote a children's book. Now I am trying my hand at blogging hoping to share some encouragment from the things I have learned along the way on the jounery of life.

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