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Water: Jesus spoke about a well of water springing up into everlasting life in Jn.4:14-15 and a river of living water flowing from the inside of you in Jn.7:37-39. A well and river both have something in common and it is water, but the force, mobility and the power of a river cannot be compared with the rigid, stagnant and immobile state of a well. God changes your well to a river when you experience the outpouring of the Spirit of God upon your heart and flesh. Joel.2:28. You must let God change your well into a river otherwise your Christian life will go nowhere. (Lk.3:16)
Jesus asked you to come and drink, and this was a reference to the Spirit of God. It means receiving the Holy Spirit is like drinking water, and anyone can receive this gift. (Jn.7:37-39) How hard is it for you to drink water? Drinking water is like ABC’s and 123’s. If you can drink, then you can receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. Go for it!
Every gift of God is received by faith and not works. Nobody can earn the gift of God. We receive the Spirit the same way we receive salvation. When you hear the word of God concerning the gift of the Father, you must believe and appropriate it for yourself. So in Galatians, Paul asked the Church whether they received the Holy Spirit by the hearing of faith or through the works of the law. He called them foolish Galatians because they moved from faith to works for wages instead of believe for blessing. (Gal.3:3-5)