Some years ago, my husband and I took a vacation to Gooseberry Falls State Park north of Duluth, Minnesota. As we drove the North Shore of Lake Superior, I was impressed by the number of waterfalls we stumbled upon. After seeing so many of them, I wondered if there were any spiritual lessons to be gained from them.
It was the beginning of the fall feasts according to the Jewish calendar. The first feast of the season is called the Feast of Trumpets or Rosh Hashanah, and Yom Kippur, also known as the Day of Atonement, would be observed ten days later. The Feast of Tabernacles would occur at the end of the season's observances, five days after Yom Kippur. I decided to zero in on the Feast of Tabernacles, a topic I had already been studying.
The Feast of Tabernacles is an observance that celebrates God's miraculous provision for the children of Israel while they were in the wilderness after being delivered from bondage in Egypt. On their way to the promised land (an image of an eternal destiny), they lived in tents and were entirely dependent upon God for their provisions throughout their journey. Their wilderness experience illustrates the temporary Christian life on this earth as God tabernacled (tented) among God's ancient covenant ones, so Christ tabernacled among His followers.
And the Word became flesh, and did tabernacle among us, and we beheld his glory, glory as of an only begotten of a father, full of grace and truth
— John 1:14
The Ceremonial Pouring of Water
The Feast of Tabernacles included a ritual that the biblical priests performed that illustrated God's eternal life flowing down from heaven above, much like a river to the sea. The priests would go to the "Pool of Siloam," filling water pitchers to carry up to the temple. They would then pour the water into a silver funnel that stood high above the altar and flowed back down to the pool.
In Biblical terms, water that is flowing is considered living water. Waterfalls in and of themselves are a great illustration of waters from above flowing down to nourish and give life wherever it flows.
Jesus, who came down from heaven to dwell temporarily in a tent of flesh, observes the "Feast of Tabernacles" in the Gospel of John.
Now the Jews’ Feast of Tabernacles was at hand . . . On the last day, that great day of the feast, Jesus stood and cried out, saying, “If anyone thirsts, let him come to Me and drink. He who believes in Me, as the Scripture has said, out of his heart will flow rivers of living water.” But this He spoke concerning the Spirit, whom those believing in Him would receive; for the Holy Spirit was not yet given, because Jesus was not yet glorified.
— John 7:2,38-39
Water—Symbol of Life
Jesus was claiming to be the source of living water that had come down from heaven, and from that source would flow the Holy Spirit filling all in all.
He who descended is also the One who ascended far above all the heavens, that He might fill all things.
— Ephesians 4:10
Just as a river flows to the lowest place and fills it, man's heart, deep as an endless abyss, is insatiable. Jesus invites us to come to the source to drink and be filled with the Holy Spirit.
Now hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out in our hearts by the Holy Spirit who was given to us.
— Romans 5:5
Water is an essential element of life. Our bodies consist of approximately 75% water, and it is the same ratio of water for the Earth. Water is vital, a "can't live without it" ingredient, to our existence. A person can go well over a month without food but can only live about a week without water. Just as we need water, so do we need Jesus, our Savior, and His Holy Spirit dwelling in us to survive in any real spiritual or eternal capacity. Our spirits can only be made alive and sustained by Christ. He tells us He is the Source, and we need Him as desperately as we need water.
As the deer pants for the water brooks, So pants my soul for You, O God. My soul thirsts for God, for the living God.
— Psalm 42: 1-2
Rivers of water in Scripture are generally associated with peace, comfort, provision, refreshment, nourishment, and healing. Things tend to flourish along the banks of a river, even if surrounded by desert landscapes. Waters that refresh and nourish are who Jesus is telling us He is!
John gives us a glimpse of this in the book of Revelation about this theme of Living water and Tabernacles, imaging God's dwelling in us and with us concerning an eternal future.
Now I saw a new heaven and a new earth, for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away. Also there was no more sea. Then I, John, saw the holy city, New Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride adorned for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from heaven saying, “Behold, the tabernacle of God is with men, and He will dwell with them, and they shall be His people. God Himself will be with them and be their God. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes; there shall be no more death, nor sorrow, nor crying. There shall be no more pain, for the former things have passed away. Then He who sat on the throne said, “Behold, I make all things new.” And He said to me, “Write, for these words are true and faithful.” And He said to me, “It is done! I am the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. I will give of the fountain of the water of life freely to him who thirsts. He who overcomes shall inherit all things, and I will be his God and he shall be My son . . . And he showed me a pure river of water of life, clear as crystal, proceeding from the throne of God and of the Lamb. In the middle of its street, and on either side of the river, was the tree of life, which bore twelve fruits, each tree yielding its fruit every month. The leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations.
— Revelation 21, 22
We see from this account how the Living Waters are flowing into the future of eternity. Living Water is for an eternal existence.
One Who Was and Is And Is To Come
It is notable that a river is perpetual and continuous and depicts eternity. The Hebrew word for river is “nahar,” and its pictograph revelation confirms this concept.
Its first letter is "nun."
A picture of a seed represents "Nun," and it is symbolic of something that emerges yet stays connected to the source. It depicts continuance, perpetuity, and eternity regarding life.
The final two letters make the word "har," and spell with a "hey" and a "resh," which is the Hebrew word for mountain or the highest place. We see "nahar" as a picture of something continual, perpetual, and eternal, flowing down from the highest place and emerging from the throne of God while staying connected to its eternal source.
The thread connected to this larger tapestry begins in Genesis.
The LORD God planted a garden eastward in Eden, and there He put the man whom He had formed. And out of the ground the LORD God made every tree grow that is pleasant to the sight and good for food. The tree of life was also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of the knowledge of good and evil. Now a river went out of Eden to water the garden,
— Genesis 2:8-10
The Feast of Tabernacles connects us with past, present, and future realities consistent with the message we see flowing throughout the entire Bible. God's desire is for us to presently tabernacle with Him by believing in the salvation of Jesus, our source of life, through the power of the Holy Spirit that dwells in us, in a relationship that carries over into eternity.
He is the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. Everything begins with Him, and everything ends with Him.
All things were created through Him and for Him. And He is before all things, and in Him all things consist. And He is the head of the body, the church, who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, that in all things He may have the preeminence.
— Colossians 1:16-18
A river "In the Beginning" ran through the garden from Eden, and the tree of life flourished along its banks. Christ is the one who is, the one who was, and He is the one who is to come. And He wishes to dwell or tabernacle inside of us by His Holy Spirit. The pure and living water comes from heaven and flows directly from His throne. God takes man full circle from the garden to the new earth and new heaven to live forever in eternal joy with the one who loved him all along.
When the water reaches its lowest point, it is not the end of the story or the process. The water gets evaporated and illustrates for us the resurrection. Just as Jesus, the source from heaven, poured out his life (Spirit), descended, and flowed down into the deepest darkest corners of this planet and the human heart, he also was resurrected back to His heavenly home. Just as droplets of water rise into the sky and form a cloud, then dispense the risen water back to the earth, so is the picture of the Holy Spirit of the resurrected Christ now being poured out upon all flesh.
In the evaporation process, water gets distilled. The impurities are left behind. When we come to Jesus, our savior, our source, we resurrect to a new life from a dead one.
There is more to death than ceasing to exist. Death is corruption, a disintegration. It is perpetually moving backward, downward, deconstructing, and decomposing.
So also is the resurrection of the dead. The body is sown in corruption, it is raised in incorruption. It is sown in dishonor, it is raised in glory. It is sown in weakness, it is raised in power.
— 1 Corinthians 15:42-43
We are clearly, seeing a distinct picture in this Feast and through the creation processes that everything declares who He is and is testifying of His Will to reveal Himself to us and dwell with us once again.
His plan has always been and always will be to bring us back to that position we once had in the garden where His life was in us, and He dwelt with us, A place where His love and goodness were not a question. They were, a matter of fact. A place where the rivers of living water will fill and satisfy every part of us.
. . . that Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith; that you, being rooted and grounded in love, may be able to comprehend with all the saints what is the width and length and depth and height— to know the love of Christ which passes knowledge; that you may be filled with all the fullness of God.
— Ephesians 3:17-19
The Woman at the Well
Let's look at one more story where Jesus declares Himself to be the "Living Water" in the story of the "Woman at the Well." The Samaritan woman in this narrative was most likely living a worldly life disconnected from a relationship with the Source of Life. She was getting her needs met with the tangible things she could feel and see in the natural world, which was not satisfying. She was drinking from the wells of relationships and the feelings she could try to produce by them, hoping they might provide her with a drop of what she was looking for.
A woman of Samaria came to draw water. Jesus said to her, “Give Me a drink.” For His disciples had gone away into the city to buy food. Then the woman of Samaria said to Him, “How is it that You, being a Jew, ask a drink from me, a Samaritan woman?” For Jews have no dealings with Samaritans. Jesus answered and said to her, “If you knew the gift of God, and who it is who says to you, ‘Give Me a drink,’ you would have asked Him, and He would have given you living water.” The woman said to Him, “Sir, You have nothing to draw with, and the well is deep. Where then do You get that living water? Are You greater than our father Jacob, who gave us the well, and drank from it himself, as well as his sons and his livestock?” Jesus answered and said to her, “Whoever drinks of this water will thirst again, but whoever drinks of the water that I shall give him will never thirst. But the water that I shall give him will become in him a fountain of water springing up into everlasting life.” The woman said to Him, “Sir, give me this water, that I may not thirst, nor come here to draw.”
— John 4:7-15
There is so much more to life than what we can see, feel, taste, or touch with our physical senses. This woman discovered that there was so much more to her thirst than physical water. Her desperation went much deeper than the well she was drawing from. "The well is deep, and you have nothing to draw with," she tells Jesus. As we do at times, she wondered what could Jesus possibly have that would satisfy her? He showed her that the things she was partaking of would never quench her insatiable thirst. If we only know who He is, "The Source," we would ask Him to give us the living water.
I think we are all much like this woman, on a quest to quench our thirst in our own ways, and we have become like ones traversing a desert disillusioned by mirages of provisions that appear as if they have the water we are so desperately longing for. But instead, we have become deceived, severely disappointed, and ultimately left feeling empty by them.
“For My people have committed two evils: They have forsaken Me, the fountain of living waters, And hewn themselves cisterns—broken cisterns that can hold no water.
— Jeremiah 2:13
His cry is "Come to me," "Come to me," "Come to me" There is no other "Source."
“Ho! Everyone who thirsts, Come to the waters; And you who have no money, Come, buy and eat. Yes, come, buy wine and milk Without money and without price. Why do you spend money for what is not bread, And your wages for what does not satisfy? Listen carefully to Me, and eat what is good, And let your soul delight itself in abundance. Incline your ear, and come to Me. Hear, and your soul shall live; And I will make an everlasting covenant with you— The sure mercies of David.
— Isaiah 55:1-2
We also see an underground water source in John, chapter four. Fountains come from underground water sources. How do we get this Living Water? First of all, through the Saving work of Jesus and secondly by the indwelling Holy Spirit.
"He who believes in Me (Faith in Jesus), as the Scripture has said, out of his heart (underground source) will flow rivers of living water.” But this He spoke concerning the Spirit . . . "
— John 7:37-39
Fun Facts—Bonus Insight
A few fun facts about Lake Superior go along with our subject; it is the largest freshwater lake in the world. It covers 31,829 square miles and is 483 feet deep on average, with the deepest point of 1,332 feet. It is 350 miles long and contains three quadrillion gallons of water. The other four Great Lakes and three Lake Eries could fit into Lake Superior. The water in Lake Superior could flood the United States to a level of a foot deep.2
God shows us that He is a far Superior source of fresh life-giving water. He is better than anything we could come up with to satisfy. All other sources are temporary, insufficient, and far inferior. Our God is El Shaddai. He is the All-Sufficient God. The God who is enough. He is the largest and most superior source of provision in the universe.
A note from the November 2009 newsletter from "Jewish Jewels" about the name El Shaddai is the name of God signifying that He is the source of all blessings, a Live-giver, and one who pours forth life.
For the earth will be filled With the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, As the waters cover the sea.
— Habakkuk 2:14
One a final note on this subject, my husband and I went up to the Feast of Tabernacles service observed at a Messianic congregation in St. Paul, Minnesota. We passed a sign that read, "Hidden falls." On the way up, I just so happened to be reading an article by "Jewish Jewels" about the "Feast of Tabernacles," and the title was "Hide and Seek" it was about being hidden in God's tabernacle, in His presence. Isn't it a comforting thought that we can hide in Him and tabernacle in His secret place?
As I pondered these things, I realized that I had been trying to hide myself all of my life. I remember being only four and looking for a secret place where no one knew where I was. It felt safe, peaceful, and quiet. It was a place that I had to seek after. I believe what He was showing me was that. Jesus, our "Eternal Source" of "Living Waters," our safe hiding place, must be sought after.
One thing I have desired of the LORD,That will I seek: That I may dwell in the house of the LORD All the days of my life, To behold the beauty of the LORD, And to inquire in His temple. For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion (tabernacle); In the secret place of His tabernacle He shall hide me; He shall set me high upon a rock.
— Psalm 27:4-5
Seeking exhibits our faith because, according to Hebrews 11:6, "without faith, it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who diligently seek Him." God can do nothing for us apart from faith. It is how His Kingdom functions. I won't seek after something I don't believe. He asks us to attempt to activate our faith, which will enable us to see the things that are not seen in this natural realm.
Jesus is "The Source," "The Hidden Falls," the "Living Water," The one who came down from heaven filling all in all and quenches the thirst of all who would come to Him. He is far superior to anything else we could ask or think. His Spirit is pouring forth from the throne as we speak, calling all to come to the living waters and be healed, cleansed, and refreshed. May we seek Him with our whole hearts.
There is a river whose streams shall make glad the city of God, The holy place of the tabernacle of the Most High.
— Psalm 46:4
Credits and Sources
Scriptures all taken from the King James Version of the Bible. all Bold type or italics or parentheses are mine.
(2) lake Superior info obtained by an article submitted by Al Batt in the Albert Lea Tribune Saturday, October 10, 2009.
All scripture references are taken from the New King James Version all parenthesis, or bold
© 2010 Tamarajo
Tamarajo (author) on April 22, 2014:
I do understand what you are saying : ) God is so good that way to reveal Himself to us as we obediently follow the trail of crumbs He places before us as you say. That was exactly what lead to the revelation (the whole loaf-Christ Himself the source of life). I appreciate your further revelation on this about the man of understanding drawing it out. As we sincerely seek Him He is so faithful to show us "Great and mighty things that we did not know" as well as its practical application.
I am so pleased that His truth is being understood more completely and relevantly in these studies."...That he may run who reads it" (Hab. 2) May God be glorified as we behold His magnificence in all.
God Bless Deborah! Thank you for reading and your additional insight .
Deborah L Vasquez from Palmdale, California on April 22, 2014:
in our prayer time at church,I heard the Holy Spirit say to me out of your belly shall flow rivers of living water,and then He said A man of understanding draws it out! Wow you have truly done that! I love how the Holy Spirit shows me what I need to know,its like a path with bread crumbs on it, each crumb leading me to the whole loaf of bread, I hope you understand what I am trying to say,you are a blessing to me and I am learning a lot from your pages thank you so much my sister Sincerely Deborah
Tamarajo (author) on January 06, 2013:
It is amazing how all of creation speaks of Him if we will only listen close enough.
Thank you gingerka for your visit and comment.
gingerka from Colorado on January 06, 2013:
Lately, I have had a great yearning to visit a waterfall. Now I know why. Thanks
Tamarajo (author) on October 03, 2011:
Thank you for reading and commenting Emma. I am glad to have inspired you.
Emma Zimmer from USA on October 03, 2011:
Good writing. you really inspired me to write more. please read my writings, hope you like....
margaret wanjiku on September 02, 2011:
May the Good Lord muster His great army as in day gone by as soon as He possible.So that Yerusalem be His bride once more and we attend His wedding ceremony.
Tamarajo (author) on August 30, 2011:
"READ/EAT THE SCRIPTURES FROM THE FIRST PAGE TO THE LAST,TO FILL IN YOUR MEMBER THE WORD OF GOD AS FOOD" Love this portion of your comment.
Thank you so much for your lively passion for God's Word and for God's people.
I will have to re read your comment several times it is so full of meaning.
Thank you for visiting and commenting.
margaret wanjiku on August 30, 2011:
FOR THE PROPHET ISAIAH 19:19 SAYS THAT IN THAT DAY THERE WILL BE AN ALTAR TO THE LORD IN THE HEART OF EGYPT.I AM THEREFORE PLACING THIS AS A BANNER ON THE MOUNTS OF THE INTERNET.YES,THE ALTAR IS IN THE LAND OF THE SOFT SKINNED CUSHITES,IN EAST AFRICA,TANZANIA.WE HAVE A REPLICA OF THE ALTAR THAT WAS IN ISRAEL.WE EGYPTIANS ARE A BLESSING TO THE NATIONS AS GOD'S PEOPLE.THAT IS WHY I INVITE YOU TO VISIT THIS FIGURATIVE ALTAR ie ,IF YOUR HEART IS SET ON PILGRIM.YOU WILL LEARN ALOT IF YOU ARE GOING TO BE INTERESTED.IF YOU CANNOT BE ABLE TO MAKE IT OVER TO TANZANIA,FOR THE FEAST OF THE TABERNACLES CEREMONY,YOU WILL STILL BE ABLE TO DO THE CEREMONY WITH US IN YOUR BOOTH AT YOUR HOME.YOU WILL BE REQUIRED TO PROPHECY FOR THE DOWNFALL OF 'YERICO' FOR SEVEN DAYS.ON THE SEVENTH DAY YOU WILL PROPHECY SEVEN TIMES AND GIVE A GREAT SHOUT AFTER THE SEVENTH PROPHECY,AND DOWN WILL COME THE WALLS OF 'YERICO'.'YERICO' IS ANYTHING THAT GOES AGAINST THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN HERE ON EARTH.ANYTHING OR ANYONE WHO STANDS AGAINST OUR SUCCESS TO GET INTO THE PROMISED LAND,ALL THE ENEMIES OF ISRAEL.THIS IS HOW YOU SHOULD PROPHECY;AGAINST THEIR: elders,leaders,prophets,jobs,enterprises,teachers,lifes,future,clans,altars,temples,horses,horsemen,armies,weapons,
investments,treasures,treasuries,plantations,pillars,farms,success,idols,future,strongholds,gods,faith,helpers and the whole lot of them,now,together with their ancestors and descendants,let them be dashed into pieces like pottery and into the finest dust.And now the whole lot of them together with all evil spirits,let them be thrown into the fierest point in the fiery Lake of burning sulphur.DO NOT LEAVE ANY STONE UNTURNED.PROPHECY ALSO,AGAINST BABYLON THE GREAT MOTHER OF PROSTITUTES AND AGAINST THE BEASTS THAT ARE AGAINST THE SERVANTS OF THE TRUE HEAVENLY LORD GOD OF ISRAEL,,the whole lot of them,you should dash into pieces like pottery and into the finest dust and again the whole lot of them together with their gods and all evil spirits throw them into the fierest point in the feiry lake of burning sulfur.THIS PROPHECYING SHOULD CONTINUE FOREVER.YES,WE SHALL REIGN WITH THE LORD FOR A THOUSAND YEARS ,O YOU NATION OF PRIESTS,O,KING DAVID.THIS IS THE SACRIFICE AND OFFERING EXPECTED OF YOU EACH MORNING AND EACH EVENING FROM NOW ON.YET ON THE DAYS OF THE FEASTS OF THE TABERNACLES YOU SHOULD PROPHECY AND CELEBRATE WITH,MUSIC,TUMBERINE,STRINGED INSTRUMENTS, DRINK,CHOICE FOODS,PALM BRANCHES AND FRUIT.WAVE THESE HARVEST BEFORE THE LORD GOD OF ISRAEL.READ/EAT THE SCRIPTURES FROM THE FIRST PAGE TO THE LAST,TO FILL IN YOUR MEMBER THE WORD OF GOD AS FOOD.IT WILL BE A MEMORABLE FESTIVAL.HALLELUYAH,HOSSANA!
EVERYONE WHO IS AGAINST OUR SUCCESS AND PROSPERITY HERE ON EARTH,WILL BE DESTROYED.THERE IS A SONG WRITTEN IN THE BOOK OF REVELATIONS,LEARN IT BY HEART.IT IS TIME TO SING IT,FOR GREAT AND MARVELLOUS ARE THE LORD GOD ALMIGHTY'S DEEDS...Spread these good news of great victory.
Tamarajo (author) on July 15, 2011:
Hi Jen, I am glad you enjoyed the post. Interesting note that water is not one of the things He spoke forth into existence. That would most definitely make for an interesting study along with the whole subject of water.
I think God is always talking. All of creation cries out who He is and His ways and He is always so consistent. The message is always the same and always tells the story of salvation.
Thank you for stopping by to read I truly appreciate your visit and encouraging comment.
Cousin Jen on July 14, 2011:
I am amazed, and so excited to read more of these blogs! I jumped right into "Waterfalls" because 1, we had a wonderful vacation up there last year, and 2, I had recently started collecting Bible verses about water. After reading Genesis so many times before, it jumped out at me recently that water was not created, but rather that "the Spirit of God hovered over the waters". Also, that in all of creation God spoke it into being, "God said, let there be..." - until the creation of man. Then it changes to "Let us make God man in our image" So I appreciated your thoughts about Jesus being the light of the world. I love how you are allowing the Holy Spirit to lead you in your everyday life, using ordinary things to teach you new things about our awesome God. It is very inspiring!!
Tamarajo (author) on October 11, 2010:
Hello Loves to Read. I love that too. I was just reading this morning in Romans chapter 1 "For the invisible things of Him from the creation of the world are clearly seen being understood by the things that are made... All of creation is a giant object lesson.
Thank you for stopping by and commenting.
Loves To Read on October 10, 2010:
What an amazing insightful hub Tamajaro. I truly love it when God opens our eyes and shows us a whole new picture through something that we otherwise take for granted. I loved it and may God bless you for sharing this beautiful hub, enriched by God's love. Also loved the video.
Blessings and Hugs
Tamarajo (author) on October 08, 2010:
Thank you for reading and commenting ListLady. Yes so true I think we forget how precious that necessity is. I met a woman from Africa who told a womens group how lazy we are in matters of prayer because we don't have to she said in Africa they pray over things like their water because it isn't always there or safe to drink.
TheListLady from New York City on October 07, 2010:
Thanks for putting this all together so beautifully. Water is needed for every reason - too bad we are destroying it instead of embracing it and reaping all the benefits naturally provided. Sigh!
Tamarajo (author) on October 03, 2010:
Very true His daughter. The literal translation for running water in Hebrew is living water. living water is as you say not stagnant but moving through us.
Thank you for your visit.
His daughter on October 03, 2010:
Thank you for sharing this insight. After reading it there is a new realization of why we need water not only in the natural but even more in the spiritual. That living water flowing through us doesn't remain where it can become stagnant but is to flow our from us to touch others. God bless, Tamarajo.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
Thank you Judicastro for your encouraging comment. I am pleased to hear you were blessed by the message. My heart is with yours. I want to live by the Living Water too.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
Fred, I am always super excited when others learn from the revelations too because they teach me and amaze me the same way. Super happy to share His wonders, beauty, and goodness.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
lifegate thank you for reading, yes lots to digest. His Word is so deep and wide and understanding Him never ends.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
Creative One. Bless you for coming by. I am pleased that you gleaned something from it. He really is our living water...can't live without Him.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
Marliza I am glad you were blessed by the revelation. God is so good to let us see these things.
Thank you for reading.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
dahoglund thanks again for stopping by. Waters can be soothing. At this moment am by the ocean in Virgina beach hoping to learn more lessons from all He has created.
Tamarajo (author) on September 29, 2010:
Thank you Rev Lady. Yes it was a feast of revelation on this trip..more to follow.
Always blessed to hear from you.
Judicastro from birmingham, Alabama on September 28, 2010:
I'm with Lifegate! Wow, you have put this hub together in an incredible way. A wealth of food for thought. My heart's desire is to live by the water!
fred allen from Myrtle Beach SC on September 28, 2010:
I am always glad to see you've published a new hub! I know I will learn something. The way you tied the entire bible into one central theme and that being He is the source, is masterful! You gave examples from Genesis to Revelation and points in between like a true voice of Him who sent you to us!
Love the song too! I worshipped as it played. It too was a blessing!
William Kovacic from Pleasant Gap, PA on September 28, 2010:
So much to think about and meditate on. Thank you for sharing some incredible wisdom from the Father.
Benny Faye Ashton Douglass from Gold Canyon, Arizona on September 27, 2010:
Thank you Tamarajo, thank you for very enligtening and uplighting hub, I enjoyed the living water in your hub. Thank you for sharing. creativeone59
Marliza Gunter on September 27, 2010:
This was beautiful and has blessed me...many blessings to you.. :)
Don A. Hoglund from Wisconsin Rapids on September 27, 2010:
There is always something soothing and relaxing about bodies of water. Even when the waters are rough they hold a fascination.
RevLady from Lantana, Florida on September 27, 2010:
It sounds like you and your husband enjoyed a great spiritual "feast" at that time and I thank you for sharing.
"There is so much more to life than what we can see feel taste or touch with our physical senses." AMEN, AMEN.
I think God permits us glimpses into otherwise unsensed mysteries as we are open to receive. God bless and keep you. Voted up!
Love, peace and joy in Him,