With joy you will draw water from the wells of salvation. (Isaiah 12:3). No doubt the readers of Isaiah would have remembered how God supplied for the physical thirst of their ancestors and was the metaphorical picture of the Messiah. When he comes he will give living water to those who are spiritually thirsty. In the New Testament, Jesus, himself, points to where this living water comes from. Jesus, our Messiah, "is" the living water. "If you knew the gift of God, and who it is that is saying to you, Give me a drink, you would have asked him, and he would have given you living water." (John 4:10). This living water is symbolic of eternal life. Jesus used the need for physical water to sustain life as an object lesson for the need of spiritual transformation. We have the Bible and the Scriptures contained in it. We know who it is that is this living water. We have the beginning and the end before us. So, then, since we know who and where the well of salvation comes from, we need just ask. Ask our Lord Jesus to give us of this living eternal water. He said to ask and it would have been given to you.
LORD, I come before you today with a humble heart. Thank you for the living water of eternal life through Jesus Christ. It is with great joy that I draw from the well of salvation. With joy my heart sings of your mercies. Praise honor and glory go to you and you alone. You are my God and my salvation. In you alone I trust. I give my heart to you and my life is in your hands. Praise God for you are good. Praise God for you are merciful. Praise God for you are righteous. It is for righteousness sake I have been saved. Your mercy has been poured out on your servant and it covers me. Thank you for Jesus Christ our Messiah. Thank you for your work on the cross. May my praise and worship to you be a pleasing sound to your ears and sweet aroma to your nostrils. It is in Jesus name I pray, amen.