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Day 202 - One Drink of Belief and Acceptance

Finding Your Creative Bones® 365-Day Devotional © 2023

True grace, one drink of belief and acceptance, changes everything.

Living water. One drink of belief and acceptance changes everything for everyone who proclaims their faith. To drink without liquid, can it be done? Jesus told us it could, with him.

But whoever takes the water I give him will never be in need of drink again; for the water I give him will become in him a fountain of eternal life. (John 4.14 Bible in Basic English (BBE))

You become the spring bubbling and coursing with ever-lasting life and the undying love of our savior, the Son of Man. Where will your waters flow? Who will you help bring to Jesus Christ and our Father? Put aside any hesitation to bring them to the Father. Share and celebrate so they, too, can embrace the joy of a secure eternity.


Jesus Christ, you are the living water I seek. You are the only one who can quench my thirst for a whole life and future. I have this gift through my belief and acceptance of your salvation. Today, again, I thank you for the worry you have removed from my life and for the uncertainty of what will come next. The burden of thinking I am alone and must care for everything is gone. You freed me from these things and so much more. Instead, you give me a future that is not cloudy but full of sun, new life, and beauty. So inspiring. Thank you for your strength and your commitment to completing the mission the Father gave you. I don't think this world would exist in a tolerable way without you. You have my gratitude and my request to help me do your will every day. Amen.

Zentangle, Inc. Original Tangle VERDIGOGH Drawn on PINK QoR Watercolor Background with Black Micron by Texas Artist and Author Cindy Rae Fancher, CZT®

a tangle originated by Zentangle, Inc.

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Today's tangle made me giggle. It represents, to me, how God's one drink spreads in many avenues from his one source.

I liked the question, Where will your waters flow?

Let's find out, God.

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