Therefore with joy [sasown] shall ye draw [sha'ab]
water [mayim] out of the wells [ma`yan] of salvation. [yashuw`ah] KJV-Interlinear
you will joyously draw water From the springs of salvation. NASB
Wells or springs are often times used to describe blessing that continually flow into ones life.
The flowing waters of rivers, rain and even floods can too be used to describe the vast abundance of Gods blessings, as they never dry up, never stop flowing, never disappear from ones sight.
Salvation is a door through which there lies beyond, vast blessings that otherwise are not available to the unbeliever.
When a person believes in Christ, they are saved and they have eternal life.
But as a new born spiritual infant, the new believer has no capacity or ability to deal with the blessings of the adult. One has to grow up and become an adult, a spiritual adult, before they can receive and appreciate the blessings that are meant and designed for the adult.
To draw from those waters, is not to be saved over and over, again and again every day of ones life, which would be an insult to Gods ability and power, but to draw from springs, from wells continually throughout ones life, is to receive access to Gods blessings over and over, again and again.
And since Gods resources are endless, then His blessings are likewise endless and will never be exhausted.
God could give everyone everything, and there would still be an infinite supply of blessings available to do it all over again and again, forever.
Advancement to spiritual maturity has possibilities that far exceed ones imagination. Therefore advancement to spiritual maturity is far beyond the most valuable thing or possession that you can have, ever. It is connected directly to Gods blessings, which come from His favor, which manifests itself for spiritually advancing believers.
Don't misunderstand, all believers will have eternal life and that is phenomenal, and infinitely greater than what unbelievers will ever have.
But the blessings of spiritual maturity, are likewise infinitely greater than what spiritually immature believers will ever have.
When you were saved, you were born again, but you were an infant. Do not remain a baby. Grow up and enjoy the fruits of maturity.
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