Blessing: Water Starts Flowing
(Kindly meditate on these passages received: Genesis 26-30; Hebrews 9-12; Psalms 103 and 107)
A blessing once uttered will not go back, as many as they are who believe will receive it. The Word of God is a living force, once spoken it resonates more than an atomic power, breaking dams in all realms of inhibitions, more than the eyes can see. So be it!
Whether because of a family situation or personal situation you have prayed and prayed, and all seem to end in fruitless expectation, as other persons keep snatching what should have been yours (the spell of Abimelech.) Hear Genesis 26:32, a divine utterance, “and they came and told him about the well they had dug. They said, “We’ve found water!” So be it for you. Heretofore, the well is no longer dry (mention your need and pray for a few minutes in the spirit.) The appointed time that has changed the story.
One more thing: For continuous flow, kindly keep this well from clogging. Whence comes the clogger? I am persuaded to submit to you Heb.12:15, “See to it that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble.” If possible, discuss the matter with your spouse, children, coworker, or conferrer. Be generous and forgive if they should come to you. Concealed anger that stays overnight, or longer, sprouts bitter roots and fecundating disturbances in communion with each other. This clogs the flow of grace and divine providence for you and the group, deflating the efforts to succeed (Eph.4:26.)
Fr. Ignatius of the Immaculate Heart (cmdorg.org)