Filling ALL in ALL

trabajador-petroleroOnce in the history of this country, its little town of Camiri had one of the largest oil and gas reserves which made it earn the name of the Oil Capital of Bolivia. Those old days of profit and glory of oil drilling are in the memory of the grandparents of our students at the Christian School. As we all know, and should have been in the minds and vision of people of the past, it’s the simple fact that oil is a non-renewable resource of the earth. When it’s gone, it’s gone for ever.

The phrase in Ephesians 1:23 has caught my attention: “the fullness of Him who fills all in all“. For something to fill something of everything, in every way and in every time; it has to be a tremendous unrestricted, illimitable source. That is Christ himself and that is Christ working through his body, the church!

my_cup_overflows In some way or another; at some point we feel hunger, thirst, craving, yearning, hollow, crying silently or out loud, dry, desolate, void and unfilled. Jesus’ riches and resources are endless. We all have intellectual, emotional and spiritual empty tanks, but He can abundantly fill our mind, soul, heart and spirit with all that is necessary for our well-being.

Christ is the only inexhaustible reservoir of everything for everything. He makes all things complete!

“Spring up, O well within my soul.

Spring up, O well, and make me whole

Spring up, O well, and give to me That life abundantly.”

Published in: on April 7, 2016 at 5:39 am  Leave a Comment  

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