Yesterday this little tomato plant was as good as dead. Completely limp and dry, hanging over the side of the pot. It hadn't been watered in 3 days. I watered it, at the urging of Evie, and then a little bit later I noticed she had put it in the middle of our bird bath that I had just filled. • This morning, that seemingly dead plant had new life. You would never know that just yesterday it looked hopeless. It's amazing what a little water can do. • I can't stop thinking about it today - how the life gets sucked right out of me if I spend even 3 days disconnected from the Living Water. No, I don't look physically dead...but things start withering on my inside. Fears creep in, and suddenly maybe God isn't as good as He says He is. That's usually the first sign that I need to stop moving and be filled up with the Word - I start thinking that my significance, security, and peace are up TO me instead of remembering that all of that has already be done FOR me. I forget that He is good. It's why I say it out loud so often like a broken record - He is good, He is good, He is good - because I need the reminder, and maybe you do too. • Your day is probably as full as mine, but let's stop for a bit and reconnect with our Life Giver. Because He's good, and wants to fill us up.