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Broken Cisterns by Timothy Davis

Broken Cisterns

by Timothy Davis

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As in Jeremiah's time, the people of our day, like wandering, thirsty souls in a parched land, have turned their backs on the source of living water (God) and hewn out broken cisterns that do not fill. Broken cisterns contained mud, mire, and squalid water because they could not hold fresh water . . . Jeremiah comparse these broken cisterns to the many idols to which his people had turned. Instead of taking their fill of God (the foundatin of living water), they had abandoned Him and cheated themselves by creating their own gods (broken cisterns).
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