January 31, 2017

So, here’s the deal – “If you always do what you always did, then you’ll always get what you always got.” If that’s true, then before coming to The Well again, ask yourself, “Do I want my life to change or do I just want attend another Bible study?” So, do you want spiritual growth in some area of your life? Is there something in you or in a key relationship that’s dead or dying and in need of resurrection? I mean, just what do you want from one more Bible study? You need to ask yourself that because far too many women come to a group like The Well session after session, but I don’t know that they’re committed to the hard and painful work of transformation. But you’re the key to what’s going to be the result of your time at The Well. So, we’re either going to be a nice religious social activity you do weekly or you will cooperate with the Spirit of God to use this time to bring about a redemptive work in and through your life. We’re either going to be a place you attend to gain more unused biblical knowledge or a place where you will train for the ministry God wants you to do on the earth. Bottom line, your spiritual growth factor depends on you, so I hope you don’t choose to “always do what you always did,” which means you will “only get what you’ve always got.”

Susie Walther
The Well Bible Study Ministry