Wild Heart of the Ocean – Living Water

Wild Heart, of the ocean, that is I.

Please let me be clear, my ocean is spiritual, not an ocean on the earth. Please understand I have been in the desert many years. My mind, soul, spirit and body are parched, gritty, my human body craves water, to flourish my seeds of faith.

Not earthly water, I seek Rivers of Living Water .Where forth are you Living Water? I desire “Living Water,” crystal clear , breathing “Living Water!”Does this water not nourish the bodies and souls of human kind? Did this water not first flow out of the Garden of Eden? (Genesis 2:10} God is the fountain from which living water flows { Jeremiah 2:13) slow like honey, calling my name, the wilderness desert broke me, yet my faith remained, by a seed holding onto God’s promises.

I can’t speak, my throat feels strangled, with my heart breaking into tiny pieces. I lay on the ground, sand blown in my mouth , whirlwinds all around.

Suddenly, a vision appeared in my mind of a beautiful blue ocean, as I squinted into the sunlight, I gazed upon a man walking toward me in a flowing white robe with sandals on his feet, eyes full of compassion, he reached me squatting down on the blue ocean, as he held forth his right hand, reaching down to pull me out of the desert pit, saving me.

I grasped his hand becoming a “Free-bird” loving the wind, soaring on its heights. red glorious hair flowing in beautiful cascades up and down, with my friend the wind (Holy Spirit).

Ocean lies beneath, reflecting my image, ocean and the wind fill up my beauty inside.

Yes, I am Beautiful. God’s creation, uniquely made, apart of the universe, a plan in God’s Tapestry.

Deeply loved.

My heart was breaking, I am on a quest to heal, I must make peace with my past in order to arrive in my future.

The Lord will help me on this journey, my tears flow to the great deep blue ocean and I allowed all my sorrows to fill the ocean one tear drop at a time, dropping like little boats, releasing all my pain. I forgave myself first, then forgiving all who had hurt me deeply. I prayed forgiveness for anyone I had knowingly or unknowingly hurt in my past. I surrendered all control.

I prayed for the deep, yet terrified to even say it. Entering the deep means submission, letting go, giving absolute trust to God. I prayed for courage, I need to be brave and face all my fears surrendering them to God. Jesus promises to never leave us, The devil made it appear in the desert I was isolated, alone, pouring out hardship, loss, depression, betrayal , sickness; stripping my soul bare. That devil had his mouth open ready to devour, eat me up!

I stand still, listening to the roar of the waves, which sounds like the roar of our Savior, Jesus, Lion of Judah.

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I stand at the water, it is my choice, gazing out upon waves, admiring as they come forth to the shore, cresting breaking eventually foaming at my feet.

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I let go of his hand, as I step into the blue water, watching as the water is pulled back, then the water rushes over my feet, circles of sand and sea foam around my ankles.

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I breath deeply determined to resolve my past issues, I resolve to heal, I welcome the waves of the ocean as the waves wash over me. I surrendered as I dive headfirst into the blue ocean depths, living water all around , nourishing, healing restoring me spiritually, physically, emotionally and mentally.

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Jesus Christ is the rock, fountain of living water which flows from heaven to nourish all those who seek him. The drink of spiritual water in Isaiah 43:20 states ” I give water in the wilderness and in the desert, to my people.”

John 7: 37-39 states:

The Promise of the Holy Spirit

37 On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. 38 He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.” 39 But this He spoke concerning the Spirit, whom those [a]believing in Him would receive; for the [b]Holy Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.

Today I share this story to let you know personally, no matter your situation, God loves you unconditionally, waiting for you to call him in the desert. How do you call him in the midst of your trial, the desert, when dehydrated, thirsting and in need of living water?

It is simple; one word, more powerful; beyond our knowledge on this side of heaven. There is power in his name!

Call on J E S U S and cry out for living water! Jesus never left you, Jesus carried you, ministered to you in your darkest hours. Jesus is the Living Water the fountain that flows from heaven nourishing all people and nations.

God Bless and Amen!

Wild Heart of the Ocean belonging to Jesus!

Heavenly Father we cry out to you; “J E S U S,” our Lord and Savior! Lord, we are a thirsty world of people, hear our prayer for Living Water to flow from Heaven’s throne, healing us spiritually, physically, mentally and emotionally. Lord we thirst for you and your nourishing Holy Spirit, asking for life giving fruit from Tree of Life, asking your Holy Spirit to go forth worldwide to nourish all nations and people, may “Rivers of Living Water” flow all over this precious planet and the human race bringing forth reconciliation, peace and harmony over you beautiful creation of the universe.

In Jesus name we pray, Amen!

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20 thoughts on “Wild Heart of the Ocean – Living Water

  1. Amen! We have experienced the darkness of life’s journey. God shares His grace and mercy as the living tools which help us rise to the light above those cascading waves. Debra, thanks for sharing this testament with each of us. God’s peace.

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  2. Amen!! “Yes, I am Beautiful. God’s creation, uniquely made, apart of the universe, a plan in God’s Tapestry. Deeply loved.” Indeed! Waves of glory, rivers of living water, the depth an ocean! Dive deep, emerge victorious! Nice share!

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  3. I was right there with ya! 💜 What great mercy we have in those “Living Waters!”
    This was so beautiful, Debbie! And while I was reading this, this scripture came to me, “He’s given you waters to swim in!!!” 💜
    “Afterward he measured a thousand; and it was a river that I could not pass over: for the waters were risen, waters to swim in, a river that could not be passed over.”
    ‭‭Ezekiel‬ ‭47:5‬ ‭

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    1. Renee thank you for diving with me, the living water is beautiful, I’ve never forgotten it. I woke up this morning, inspired to write feeling lead. It was great. Prayer time was beautiful. Not only did I get waters to swim in God says it is for all who are thirsty! Praising God for his glory!

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