learn to precipitate
Williams, Arizona, was recently featured on national news as a place where El Nino and La Nina are being blamed for the city's water shortage. There has been only a smattering of snow in that area that is referred to as the "Snow Bowl." The lack of snow has brought about a severe water shortage in Williams.
The city's water reservoir is almost dry. Drilling has reached 3500 feet and no water has been found. The drilling is costing $200. a day; a large chunk of the city's budget. The soil is dry, the forests are dying. Water is needed, what do we do?
In the Book of Numbers I, 2l:36 Israel, whose name means, "he who strived with God," lead his people to a place where they sang a song, "Spring up, Oh, Well."
"Sing ye unto it." Water sprang up. It probably required more than one chorus, don't you think?
The time is coming, we are told, when water will be a concern for many of us. Spirit has said that we must learn to precipitate, to make something out of nothing, or so it appears. The law of precipitation is thus: hold in your hand an empty glass, Image water in it, appreciate (bless), the water and thirdly, expect the water.
We are told that there will be times when this law, this formula for precipitation, will save our lives. It is the same law that Jesus used when he blessed the five loaves of bread and two fishes, and fed "five thousand, plus women and children." (Matthew; chapter l4)
This formula may sound like "old timey" hazy or crazy thinking; but we are being reminded by Spirit to practice it. This law coincides with the advice given in Matthew chapter 7, verse 7. "Ask and it shall be given you; seek and you shall find; knock and the door shall be opened unto you." Along with the asking, the appreciation and the expectation is another ingredient in this formula. It is found in Matthew, chapter 6, verse 33. "But seek ye first the kingdom of heaven and his righteousness and all these things will be added unto you."
Finally, there are the words of Jesus, himself, when he tells us, "These things I do, ye shall do, and even greater works than these." These words were not meant for a fortunate few, but for all who put the laws into action.