It’s time to drill a new well

Dr. Grant MullenChurches and Leadership, I am significant, Live fearlessly, Moods, Relationships, Uncategorized 10 Comments

Why do we drill wells?

They give us access to resources that aren’t visible on the surface.

When you’re feeling stressed and overwhelmed, you need resources.

But what do you do when there are none visible?

You drill a well.

Click on the video and I’ll explain how to do it.

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Comments 10

  1. I prayed last night that God would help me find peace. Your video is exactly where I am. Everything you said is what I am going through right now. Even the spiritual warfar. Thank you so much.

  2. how wonderful the Lord reveals to us through worship the answer to our dire situation we find ourselves in. Nakurmiik for sharing this.

  3. Its amazing that as we worship God, He provides peace and the reassurance that Hes in control and that He has the best intentions for us. Thank you Grant for this video.

  4. I am often humming as I go about my day. When I am sad (I live with complex PTSD) I stop and listen to what I am humming. Invariably it is a worship song and the topic is exactly what my ‘worry’ is about and the solution.
    Today I am humming, “and I will follow Him, wherever He may go, … And He will give me all the Love that I need…”

    Your an invaluable vessel the LORD is using for us brethren who are not only hurting
    physically and spiritually but mentally as well. Emotional baggage seems to be so
    prevalent in the body of Christ. I’ve been with you for years. I’m in season when i
    feel estranged from most relationships i am in including my wife of 31 years who has
    not come to the Lord. I believe i’m about ready to embark on a sabbatical for awhile
    to be alone with the Lord and learn to deepen my relationship with Him and somehow …have other relationships as well………..thx again for timely message bruce

  6. Thank you for sharing this about drilling a well through worship – I so agree – and I like the illustration of a well – such a great reminder- Bless you and Kathy for your ministry.

  7. Thank you Dr. Grant. I am in a place right now where worship is needed. I will worship The Lord and surround myself with worship music.

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