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Purifying system

September 17, 2012 Leave a comment Go to comments

 

You know these water purifying systems almost every household owns nowadays?  Well in South Africa we do 🙂

Now, have you noticed when you pour water in at the top, it takes quite some time for it to actually reach the bottom as it travels through various amounts of filtering processes.  Now this is a good thing, because while traveling through this filter process, it gets rid of all the bacteria/algae etc from the water, which means it’s being purified so that you can actually drink healthy water…

 

This is sometimes why prayers do not always get answered immediately.  God acts as our filter and we pray for water, but then God picks up that the water we are praying for is carrying a few nasty bacteria’s which will influence our health.  So He then starts purifying the water and changing our wishes into a safe healthy drinking water.  We sometimes question the things that happen, but it’s really just God purifying the situation so that we do not fall ill.  And the big thing about this is, we do not realize that God actually just saved us from falling ill… because it’s already been prevented without us even knowing it.

 

Allow God to purify your life/prayers/ dreams, so that you end up with the healthy water and not the filthy water.
Give others the healthy water aswell.

 

Have a blessed evening and week!

 

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  1. September 17, 2012 at 21:04

    Thanks for your post – I liked the filter analogy. I find prayer quite a paradox and possibly misunderstood. Often we run to God with prayers for miracles yet we boldly proclaim His perfect will for our life. Therefore is it a selfish intention to change this perfect will for our life to avoid suffering? Although I am aware of few miracles, I believe prayer more often than not changes the way we perceive our problems without God’s intervention of the miracle we pray for. Still, it is a miracle to change, that is “transform”, ones perspective to such a degree that the person gives thanks to God in both sorrow or joy.
    Keep posting.
    Shine on,
    Chris

    • September 17, 2012 at 22:10

      Glory to God 🙂

      Thanks for your comment Chris.

      Be Blessed!

  2. November 9, 2012 at 21:25

    I’ve nominated you for the Food for Thought award. Details here. http://theraineyview.wordpress.com/2012/11/08/award-time-food-for-thought/

    • November 10, 2012 at 16:55

      Hi Serena,

      I’m truly honored, thank you! Much appreciated. This is the kind of thing that would really get people reading the blog, and assist by spreading God’s Word even further!

      Thank you for the blessing 🙂

      Have a blessed day!

    • November 10, 2012 at 19:29

      You too!

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