Excerpts from “Dig a Deeper Well in Me O God”

“Before I come to a close in this chapter I want to write to explain what a well is. It is a hole dug down in the earth to the water table. The Webster dictionary defines it as, “underground surface beneath which earth materials, as soil or rock are saturated with water.” Water is a source of life; the first thing created by God, for mankind of which there will not be life without it. The plants will not have life without it; the animals need water for sustenance. The spiritual well I seek is the one that will not be stale or run dry; the well of Jesus, with its water drank I will not thirst again. His power and authority I seek always in renewal from glory to glory.”

A well for safety and permanence is encircled with stone walls, also for beauty. Dig a Deeper Well in me O God is that our God may do something ever so permanent and unique in and within me. And God, let this well in me be so deep that only You my ELOHIM, my God, will know the end of it. God wants us to seek Him ever so constantly.

Hear the words of prophecy from Azariah the son of Oded, to Asa and all Judah, from 2 Chronicles 15:2, “The LORD is with you when you are with Him. And if you seek Him, He will let you find Him; but if you forsake Him, He will forsake you.” This is who our God is and much more as you read from the pages of this book. My humble goal and desire is that on that day when I shall return to be with Thee’ all that will be said is “well done my faithful servant” by none other than Him.

If you want God, desire to know Him, and He will know You.


Dig a Deeper Well in Me O God

By Apostle E. Uche Nyeche

Sept. 2014


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