29 thoughts on “The living waters of Christ”

  1. Just what I needed to hear today! Thank you so much. Belated but sincere thanks for all your loving and inspirational insights, Evan.

  2. Yes, thank you so much for your very lovely videos and with it the Truth so needed, you give us to nurture our spiritual understanding we can get of all things, and which takes us above materiality into spiritual reality, the kingdom of heaven 😉

  3. Evan , even when you’re on a break, you still take time to share your inspired thoughts with us. That is commendable. Thank you.

  4. What a gorgeous sight! Evan and Kathy, Thank you for sharing such beauty with us in this inspiring way! I am reminded through this video of Hymn #139,… ” I feel God’s presence with me here”… and… “Uplift your thought, with courage go, Give of your heart’s rich over flow”.
    A great day to Everyone

  5. ‘Christ’ as referred to in Christian Science, is a word used describe the highest state of consciousness one can attain. Every Tradition has an equivalent.
    Science is alone in declaring
    this state as already present
    as the only Truth an Reality of Life and therefore needs not be attained

    If you want good
    ‘Be’ goodness

    If you want love
    ‘Be’ Love

    If you want Christ
    in your life………

  6. Thanks so much Evan and Kathy for this beautiful video. I do wish there was some way to increase the volume. I had it all the way up as far as it goes but it was still difficult and I couldn’t hear everything.
    But I do appreciate all that you’re doing – thanks so much!

    1. Lori,

      The volume issue is on your PC somewhere. Did you check the volume inside the youtube viewing window in the bottom left hand corner? Where the little speaker usually is?

      1. Hi Evan, First, thanks for your posting today. I loved your illustration of Christ being like “living waters” that continuously refresh us rather being only temporarily helpful. Some religions have very elaborate church services that elicit a strong emotional response (i.e. choirs, a charismatic preacher, etc.), but I’ve often thought that emotional response wears off pretty quickly and leaves one wanting more. Whereas an understanding of the Christ continues to give and give and give the right ideas we need to sustain us under any circumstances we find ourselves.

        Regarding the sound quality that Lori mentions, I do think there might be something you can do to improve the audio but I’ll have to do more research. I can hear the audio fine when I watch the video on my phone. But when I view the video on my computer the sound is very low. I’ve tried two different browsers and it is the same. I have the volume set as high as possible too. If I watch other videos (e.g. I picked a lecture by Chet Manchester) the sound was loud and clear. I’m very familiar with computers so I know I have the audio settings in both the video player app and my computer as high as possible. So I’m guessing there must be something that is causing the audio to be low. I’ve encountered this with other videos too…some the sound is great and others the sound is weak. Again, I’ll do more research and let you know if I come up with anything. Are you using a video camera to make these videos or your iPhone?

        1. Hi Brian,

          I am open to any ideas that help! We use my iphone 7+ for recording. Kathy stands about 6 feet away and I talk while she holds the phone and records.

          1. Thank you dear Evan and dear Kathy for your very interesting work while you have holiday there, in order to give us this beautiful, loving and inspiring SpiritView-Vlog. I do love it very much; it is so lively. And the sound on my computer is very ok. Am grateful for it 🙂

      2. Lori, in the mean time while solving the sound issue, you could click on the cc below the video and read the closed captions. They are not always correct in their ‘interpretation’, as Christ is written crisis and hope was written pulp, : l but you will get the general gist of the message.

        1. Wow! Thank you, Carol. I clicked on the closed captioning icon to see what was being said because I too found the volume a little low on the video. I didn’t even realize that option was there. Thanks.

          As information, I signed up for an exercise video tutorial in several sessions. When the instructor was sitting, giving general info, the sound was fine. However, in the exercise demonstration segments, the sound was very low. I solved the problem by wearing headphones plugged into my laptop and turning the sound up on the headphones. Luckily the type of exercise was like tai chi–pretty much in one place. If it had involved more extensive movement, my remedy wouldn’t have worked. But certainly the headphones would work in a video like Evan’s. Thanks to Evan and all who commented.

  7. Thank you, Evan and Kathy!! What an inspiring trip!! I have to say I really was touched by all the love, support, and concern in helping others SV folks get the most out of the blog/vlog! A blessed day to all!!

  8. Evan. I did check on the bottom left corner and the volume shows all the way over to maximum. Carol, thanks so much for the cc info. I had never noticed it before and it worked beautifully.

    Thanks so much to both of you for your help!

  9. For more volume on the audio, here’s a suggestion from a reader:

    I’ve done a bit of research about low volume for YouTube and it can be an individual problem for each user depending on their sound card. Some sound cards will give the user specific audio control for their web browser, speaker out, line out and headphone out. So they might be turning the volume up on their headphones/speakers, but it’s not turning up their browser audio. They will have to open their audio settings/panel to fully assess the issue.

  10. Awesome thoughts Evan!
    Yes, I can hear you better, but as others pointed out, audio is still low.
    I know there is a way …. Shepherd Show Us!

    Blessings to all,
    Danielle
    NE Ohio

  11. Evan,

    So much gratitude for all your wonderful posts–and the videos are just so beautiful and inspiring, too! Thank you for sharing your spiritual insights with us daily–truly “living water” that blesses, inspires, and heals!

    Warmly,
    Karen

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