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O. S. Hawkins used to spend his summers down in Tennessee at a place called ‘9 Miles.’ Out there they had a surface well that you would have to pump and then the water would start coming. As long as you pumped water would come — but when you stopped, so would it. You also had to leave a little in a mason jar to prime the pump to get it going the next time. It was just a surface well. There are people like that, Christians who need to be primed, pumped, pleaded, begged to do anything. There is another kind of well, an artesian well. When you want to get water out of that kind of well you just connect up to it and then it flows and flows when you turn on the spigot. People can be like that. Filled with the Holy Spirit, they are looking for places to minister and share. They are ready and waiting to…

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