John 7:37-38 “On the last day of the feast, the great day, Jesus stood up and cried out, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to me and drink. Whoever believes in me, as the Scripture has said, “Out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.”

A vision from a friend,
“Wednesday evening as we drove home from Church, I was praying on emptying myself to God and I asked Jesus again to conquer me, to conquer my heart; immediately I was catapulted into a very powerful vision. I saw my heart opened in half, each side lying flat, my heart completely open. I saw my blood pumping through the arteries, vessels and chambers even though it was opened up like this. Then suddenly the blood was gone and in its place was something that looked like spring water, it was very clear and clean and bubbled up like a rushing stream. I saw this was the “Living Waters” the “River of Life” that was now pumping through my heart, the vessels and chambers were filled with this Living Water and it was Jesus Himself; overflowing every tissue and cell there. This Living Water moved through my arms and legs, my whole body and through out of the top of my head. All of my own blood was gone and this Living Water flowed throughout my entire body now. I began to shake and came back to where I was sitting in the seat of the car, my face was wet with tears and I was crying out to the Living God. Perhaps it is in the asking, in the intense desire for Jesus to Conquer our hearts, our very flesh, that His living water enters in and He does in fact reside within us. He is life and movement, Holy and Pure, taking in and taking over all that we were to become what He wills. After all these years I am still so head over heels in love with God. I wish I could find the words, really good words that could describe what I sense when the Lord pulls me away from this world and into His realm. What I experience spiritually, physically and emotionally are all tripping over each other in wonder