Friday Fictioneers – “Zao”

Jesus said “Come” to the waters and drink. Praying more will come and not step back from the springs of living water.

The Artistic Christian

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We found the man crumpled in the sand. After days of stumbling across the desert, his eyes were dim from sun blindness, his skin parched and peeling.

“Let me help you,” I said, offering my flask. “Let me tell you about Jesus. Drink His water and you’ll never thirst again…”

The man flung the precious flask to the ground . “I don’t need your water… or your Savior!” he spat. And, as we watched in horror, he took off across the blazing dunes, determined to follow his own blind path.

We wept – Jesus and I – as we watched him go.

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The Greek word “zao” means “to have abundant life,” and is the word Jesus used when He told the Samaritan woman that she could have Living Water (John 4:14).

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Photo Credit:  Madison Woods, used with permission

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Jesus Christ is Lord. It is no longer I that liveth, but Christ that liveth in me. All Glory to His Name,
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