Can we live with inadequate water? The answer is no. “Up to 60% of our human bodies is water.” According to the U.S Geological Survey website.
The Bible speaks of water, but there is a specific water symbol called baptism. As a Christian, I remember being baptized at seven years of age when I came to believe in Jesus Christ as my Savior and LORD. By the profession of my faith, I was reborn and purified of my old self and created into my Spiritual awareness of Father God when I was submerged into the water. My new self now must pray and repent daily for my sins. I will write another blog on this at another time.
Water in Hebrew means Mayim. We are drawn to water because we were in the wound for nine months with water from our mothers. I know I am drawn to water because it is peaceful, calm, unsettled, and many other adjectives, but I feel best when I can sit at the shore and think.
Water has religious purpose and meaning, from Noah and the flood, Elijah who stopped the rain, to healing eyes by Jesus at a pool in Bethesda in the Bible.
The verse that makes me pause and think is Genesis 1:2b “the Spirit of God was hovering over the waters. Remember to read the entire chapter it will change your concept of whom we are as God’s created children. Coming soon is my free novella. Read Just the Edge of God.
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