dried-up-river
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The dwindling brook at the Keith Ravine, where Elijah sat deep in thought, is a true picture of each of our lives. “Some time later the brook dried up” – this is the history of our yesterdays and a prophecy of our tomorrows.  One way or the other, we must all learn the difference between trusting in the gift and trusting in the Giver. The gift may last for a season, but the Giver is the only eternal love. – Streams in Desert, L.B. Cowman