“And the waves they, wash over me, cos the riptide pulls me out into the deep, it surrounds me, holds me, follows when I breath” (Jeremy Loops, Waves).

Ever feel spiritually dried out? Like you’re in the middle of your own personal drought?

Good news! Jesus says, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Rivers of living water will brim and spill out of the depths of anyone who believes in me this way” (John 7:38 –

Immerse yourself in these beautiful visuals:, as you prayerfully ask Jesus to fill your empty spaces with life-giving water.



‘Even when there is no star in sight, you’ll always be my only guiding light.’

Sometimes we’re faced with tough life decisions, and I often wish I had writing in the sky to help me know what to do. Hebrews says we are to ‘fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfector of our faith’ (Hebrews 12:2 –

When the world is distracting you, fix your eyes on Jesus.
He journeys this life through with you every step of the way.
Don’t give up because it can be hard to see and hear Him.
He is there.



In the song “Gold” by Jeremy Loops (, he sings:
“Let’s go walking in the sand.”

When last did you enjoy creation?
When last have you stood in amazement at all God has created?

Read Psalm 19 here:
‘The heavens declare the glory of God’ says verse 1. Creation reveals the majesty of the Creator. God is shown to us in the things God has made. Making time and space to encounter God in creation can tune us into a new rhythm and feed our souls in surprising ways.

Spend some time outdoors today and praise God for His creativity.



Take a listen:

When you hold your breath under water for a long time, then reach the surface for that first deep breath with your lungs craving air – you breathe in and know that you’re alive as air fills your lungs.

That feeling of craving air can be compared with our longing for God. It’s more than a want. It’s a need. And God doesn’t leave us below the surface (in darkness), without the oxygen we need to live – He calls, He shouts, in Jesus He came to find us, so that we can be alive again.

Read Ephesians 2:4-10 here: