Some water parks contain a gigantic bucket that gradually fills with water. Once it reaches the tipping point, it dumps water on everyone below. Although some places get wetter than others, the only way to avoid it is to remain far away which means you can’t enjoy the slides and other less drenching activities. There seem to be two types of children who play, the ones who carefully monitor the bucket and when it is nearly full, they carefully maintain a distance; and the ones who eagerly wait directly under the bucket anticipating the surge of water about to pour down.
Dear Lord, let me be the one who eagerly waits, as close as possible, to the source of living waters anticipating the outpouring of your love and grace. Let me get drenched!