Texas Hill Country ranchers dig long, shallow trenches called “draws” leading down to their ponds, or “tanks,” which nestle at the land’s lowest places. When summers are dry, they delight in the “gully washers” that dump rain into the draws and watch with glee as the water fills up the “tanks,” where cattle can drink. God promises His people “gully washers.” Just about the time we are thirstiest, driest and most needy, He pours His Spirit upon us. We touch our families with God’s refreshing, so that they too can enjoy His rich flow and pass it on to their families.
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