Streams in the Desert

Depending on any circumstance to be the source of our supply is to be like a man in the desert, next to a dried up stream. As long as the man stays there, expecting water from where it once flowed, he will eventually die of thirst. He must get up and find another channel.

In the same way we must never expect our supply to come from the same places. These channels may dry up. We must always be open to receiving our supply from other channels. All the channels of our supply flow from the same and single Source.

Things such as allowances, bank accounts, investments and paychecks are only channels. They are not the source of my supply. Source is the source of my supply.

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