The Wells of Salvation


(Isaiah 12:3)

Therefore, with Joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation.


What is Joy???

Joy is among the many fruits of the Holy Spirit.  Hence pure joy only comes and dwells in those who have received Jesus Christ for He is The Ultimate Root of the Holy Spirit, for "He the Holy Spirit" only does that which He is instructed to do by Jesus Christ.


So, those of the world have an illusion of joy whilst in real sense all they are experiencing is mere happiness which is temporary.  The Joy which we the sons and daughters of the Most High King have received is permanent, whether things are good or not going according to our desires.


When the children of Israel were at the verge of their ultimate freedom they came into a stumbling block, 'The Red Sea', "so they thought."


They were angry at Moses for Pharaoh was catching up with them and they wished Moses would have just let them remain in slavery to the Egyptians, for in Egypt they were assured of food and security too.(isn't this how we all at times react when we get into the unfamiliar and the uncertain seems like a curse rather than a blessing?)


But Moses adamantly told the Israelites to just "Stand Still and See The Salvation of The Lord!".....I believe we have all reached a point of life when all our knowledge, understanding, connections and efforts proved to be just futile as we ventured into the world of exhaustion.


The only thing that gets us through and shall always see us through is the Constant Belief that our Lord God shall see us through no matter what.... You and I are The Moses' of today and if we believe sincerely in our hearts The Lord Himself will always fight our battles for us.


Ephesians 2:8-10

For by Grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it's the gift of God: Not of works, lest any man should boast. For we are His workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath ordained that we should walk in them.


The wells of salvation that we receive in Christ Jesus are not like the Brook of Cherith, which was the source of water to Elijah, as we find in 1Kings 17:5-7; as a subsidiary of the Jordan river, they dried up due to lack of rain.


John 4:14

But whoever drinks of the water that I will give him shall never thirst; but the water that I will give him will become in him A WELL OF WATER SPRINGING UP TO ETERNAL LIFE.


Be Blessed beloved ones in Christ Jesus.

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