“And he showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding out of the throne of God and of the Lamb. 2In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, was there the tree of life, which bare twelve manner of fruits, and yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.” Rev. 22:1
One would have to be really numb to not notice how the world is changing right under our little noses. I feel the book of Revelations is upon us. Today in service as we sang “WE COME ALIVE IN THE RIVER,” I couldn’t help but think of the scripture in Revelations concerning the river that proceeds from the throne and the Lamb. Everything that touches this river comes alive. The leaves are for the healing of the nations-Jesus come heal this precious planet that we are on! Lord, we are so in need of Your healing! Christ always come in with a freshness to invigorate our worlds. We come alive in His River.

Enjoy the lyrics from Jesus Culture/Kim Walker
“There is a fountain that drowns sorrows

There is an ocean deeper than fear

The tide is rising, rising
There is a current stirring deep inside

It’s overflowing from the heart of God

The flood of heaven crashing over us

The tide is rising, rising
Bursting, bursting

Up from the ground

we feel it now

We come alive in the river
Break open prison doors

Set all the captives free

Spring up a well, spring up a well

Spring up the well in me

God is up to something big upon the earth and I refuse to sit here and watch the world destroy itself. I will allow the river of God to flow through my veins and burst forth its banks. He makes all things new!

Something is being created in you as I am writing this. The more you walk with God you will indeed “come alive in the river” and burst forth

within you! In the service, our worship leader sang this prophetic song,

“I declare to you new things from the presence of the Lord I declare to you new things that you’ve never seen before”

Grab ahold of God and come alone in his river!