Old Wells Bringing Freshwater
On Daily Faith, we have one of Philp’s long-time friends, Pastor Derek Draughon. He is the pastor of Saraland First in Saraland, AL. God has spoken a timely word for the church that we all need to hear. There might be some issues in your life that you feel as if it’s draining every ounce of strength you have, and you’re about to give up. We want to strengthen your faith and tell you today is not the day to quit! Keep pressing forward in the Lord. Genesis 26:18-19 says, “And Isaac dug again the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father… and found a well of running water there.” Maybe you need to go back to the wells where you first experienced the Lord in your life and start digging for freshwater. America is in great need of revival, and a mighty move of the Holy Spirit is the only thing that will change our hearts by turning them back to God. These old truths stand as the foundation of the church. It’s time to dig at the old wells allowing freshwater to spring forth in your life. As we’re waiting, in obedience, on the Lord to move on our behalf, continue to stand on His promises. You’re going to see your breakthrough! For more information about our guest, Pastor Derek Draughon and Saraland First in Saraland, AL, please visit www.saraland.church.
We want to bring hope, faith, and purpose into your life today. No matter the situation that you find yourself in, we want to speak life over you. God’s ways are higher and His thoughts higher towards us. He knows the hairs on your head and sees you where you are. God is the greatest scheduler, and He is arranging a meeting for you today! Don’t quit or give up. Just keep pressing forward in Him with songs of praise and worship. God has great plans for you. Your breakthrough is on the way!
We have a ministry of homes in Moldova and Ukraine called Vata Village. The Orphans Hands is a place where we help save and rescue orphaned children from the perils of human trafficking. These kids have been waiting their entire lives to hear someone say they’re loved and to feel like they belong. Although their journeys have been long and painful, Jesus has given them strength for one more day. Upon coming into our homes, these children learn their identity in Christ, becoming sons and daughters. With your help and support, we continue to reach more children for the Kingdom of God. We pray that as you reach beyond where you, God will reach into your world with blessings. Our kids have a video they recorded and edited to show you what your act of obedience and support has helped them accomplish. Thank you! For more information on The Orphans Hands Ministry, please visit www.theorphanshands.org.