I. The Problem
A. We’re all ____thirsty____!
B. We’ve tried to satisfy our ___thirst____ in all the __wrong___ ___places___ (Jer. 2:13).
II. The Provision
A. God wants to __satisfy____ our ______thirst______ and deepest longings (Ps. 107:9; 105:40).
B. ___Jesus___ __Christ___ is Himself the ___water__ that truly __satisfies___ (Ps. 42:2; John 4:13-14; 6:33-36).
So . . . how do I get my thirst satisfied?
1. ___Admit____ that I am ____thirsty____ (Isa. 44:3).
2. Identify the ___wells___ that I have been going to in an attempt to get my ___needs__ met.
“I have tried to meet my needs at the wells of . . .”
3. Recognize the utter ___futility___ of seeking to fulfill my thirst in anything or anyone other than __God Himself___.
Disappointment and loneliness and loss are a ____blessing___, for they force me to look ___upward___ to meet my needs (Ps. 142:4, 5).
4. Come to ___Jesus___ and ___drink___ (John 7:37, 38; Isa. 55:1-2; Rev. 22:17).
Fill my cup, Lord—I lift it up, Lord! Come and quench this thirsting of my soul;
Bread of heaven, feed me till I want no more—Fill my cup, fill it up and make me whole!