By: Darrelyn L. Tutt

"Behold God is my salvation; I will trust and not be afraid; for the Lord JEHOVAH is my strength, and my song; He also is become my salvation. Therefore with joy shall ye draw waters out of the wells of salvation."
Isaiah 12:2-3
Today's Read: Isaiah 12; Psalm 30
Isaiah's name means "Jehovah is salvation," and none had words pour out more prolificly, powerfully, and provokingly than this prophet.
We must think with blessed wonder at the carriers of the "buckets" who bring good news, while themselves are filled to the full and overflowing with the life giving waters of God's word.
Christ is a life-giving, "well" supplying, unending source of replenishing waters.
His sure and pure water supply cannot be diminished.
For where He is:
-Streams shall run abundant and desert dryness shall teem with life.
-Waters shall flow forcefully through wilderness barren dry.
-Rivers shall run pure and clear and sustaining strength be granted.
Nothing shall be withheld from the child of God.
Christ's waters shall fall freely on all who believe.
Healing shall come to the nations, the church, and to all those who call upon His great and holy name.
Christ shall reign supreme upon His eternal throne and He shall pour "His" holy buckets upon the nations and springs of water shall cascade and emerge forever.
"And He showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb."
Revelation 22:1
Thirst is a powerful thing,
An enablement and bridge to the one true "well," Jesus Christ.
Man's source of hope, replenishment, and rejuvenation.
He shall feed,
He shall fill,
He shall satisfy and He shall instill,
The soul,
With Living waters,
And a sure supply.
Holy Buckets.
Three Study Suggestions:
1) Tap into the holy reserve of God's word and enjoy the immersion of soul in satisfying and sustaining waters.
2) Seek to bring another with you and drink deeply from the well which will never run dry.
3) Lift up your soul and experience the torrents of grace that shall fall so freely.
Drink deeply. Drink often.