You visit the earth and water it, You greatly enrich it; the river of God is full of water; You provide their grain, for so You have prepared it (Psalm 65:9).

The Psalmist is made aware of something that God has done and not what He is about to do. Believers of the last several years entered into “a culture of postponement.” We used to hear what God was going to do or what He wanted to take place but rarely what He was in His fullness.

The river of God will not be full as though it is running low or that drought has depleted it’s reservoir. This river remains full because God Himself is its source, and He remains in the midst of it.

Ezekiel’s vision in Ezekiel 47, expresses truth that we also must impress upon believers. Ezekiel 1:1 says, “there was water, flowing from under the threshold of the temple toward the east, for the front of the temple faced east; the water was flowing from under the right side of the temple, south of the altar.” This water is healing to everything that is not whole. It causes an abundance wherever it flows, and it wipes out death. This is yours to possess.

Oh that we would believe in all that the scriptures teach. Jesus Christ, Himself, is the guarantee that all these things are ours. In Hebrews, we have learned that He lives (lives forever) to make intercession for us.

I would like to ask you, what causes you to not plunge into this river and enjoy what is your provision? Jesus said, in reference to this blessing, “come unto me and drink” (John 7:37). I will see you at the river!