Genesis 26:18

Genesis 26:18 He reopened the wells his father had dug, which the Philistines had filled in after Abraham’s death. Isaac also restored the names Abraham had given them.

NOW WORD:There is a river that flows from the throne of God (Ezekiel 47:1,2) and all who are thirsty can drink from this river. When you come and drink from the river of God, the very same river will flow from your belly and go to a dry and thirsty land. (John 7:38)

If the river is not flowing in your life, then search your heart and check if your wells have been blocked up.

The most effective way to unblock your wells and to get your river to flow, is worship The Lord like you have been raised from the dead and ask The Lord to remove the things that are causing a hindrance in your life. This river will flow day and night into you and through you as long as you stay drinking at the river that comes from the throne of God.

My prayer for you is:Father God I come to you today in Jesus Name and I ask You Lord God to touch the person reading this. Father You know where their heart is, and You know what is the hindrances in their life. Lord please show them exactly where the blockages are. And give to them the wisdom and fear for Your Name. I pray that the river of God will flow into you and His anointing will rest on you. I ask you Lord God that many around them ordering deep from the river of life flows through them. Amen

Please pray this prayer over yourself:Father God I come to You today in Jesus name. I draw near to You and drink deep from Your cup. I drink from Your river Lord God and I press into You like never before. I ask you Lord God to please touch me and let Your river flow into me and throw me. I pray Lord God that my life would be like a well that many people can come to and drink from and that they will draw Living Water from. Father I ask You to touch me, anoint me, and let your river flow into me today and continually. Lord God I come to you to drink deep from your presence in Jesus name Amen.

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