Quench My Thirst

As the deer longs for streams of water, so I long for you, O God.
I thirst for God, the living God.
Psalms 42:1-2

There is a deep thirst in our heart for God. David used the analogy of a deer that has been walking in rough terrain, foraging for food only to build an incredible need for water. Driven by thirst, the deer longs to drink from a stream. In the same way David says that he had a thirst for God. Brennan Manning writes in his book, “Abba’s Child”, “The deepest desire of our hearts is for union with God. From the first moment of our existence our most powerful yearning is to fulfill the original purpose of our lives – We are made for God, and nothing less will really satisfy us.” You see, the meadows, though lush with grass could not give the deer what it needed. The deer longed for water. Likewise, we can try everything imaginable to satisfy various needs but only God can fill the void in our heart. Have you come to that realization yet? Have you satisfied your soul with the love of Jesus? If not, why not turn to Him today. He will hear you. He will quench your soul’s deepest thirst.

Father, I thirst. I thirst deep, deep in my soul. I ask You to come and fill me with Your living waters. Satisfy the longing in my heart and make me whole. I know that You Father, only You, can meet my deepest need. In Jesus’ Name.


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